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WooCommerce - Changing the currency sign of UAE Dirham
add_filter( 'woocommerce_currency_symbol', 'wc_change_uae_currency_symbol', 10, 2 );
function wc_change_uae_currency_symbol( $currency_symbol, $currency ) {
switch ( $currency ) {
case 'AED':
$currency_symbol = 'AED';
break;
}
return $currency_symbol;
}
@shamsy
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shamsy commented Aug 1, 2019

Thank you

@beags121
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Awesome

@Eddies1207
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Hi ibndawood -I'm gonna paste that code to my Parent Theme Editor? functions.php?

@ibndawood
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You need to add this to your child theme's functions.php. Please use a child theme for all your customisations.

@DineWhere
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Amazing, Thank you

@Eddies1207
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yess it works ^_^ thanks ibndawood
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@ibndawood
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@Eddies1207 - You are welcome. Please do check out our premium themes here: https://madrasthemes.com/

@iamjibinjacob
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Thank you, Working perfectly :-)

@waqasbaberpk
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Hi Guys, Hope you good. Yar I want to change the symbol to AED but its not working in my child theme function.php file ...i copied the same code and paste it in the last bottom

@Joshua-Jamelo
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Just download the CURCY plugin, which gives you 2 free currencies which you can make 1 as default. No need to pay anything

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