Insert WooCommerce Product Description Anywhere via Shortcode

Updated 7 months ago
by Dave Warfel

If you're using WooCommerce to sell your LearnDash courses, you might be using the main description field to describe your WooCommerce products. Instead of writing another description for your course, you can insert the WooCommerce description on your course pages (or anywhere on your site). You then only have to update the description once, in one place, for the change to appear everywhere.

Use the following PHP snippet to create a WooCommerce description shortcode:

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