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How to add a shipping calculator to product pages created using custom templates or page builders

When using the WooCommerce Shipping Calculator plugin, the easiest way to insert the shipping calculator is to use the 'Position' option to select where it will appear.

If your product page has been designed using the standard hooks for WooCommerce product pages, then this should work as predicted. However, if it is not working for you then there are other ways to insert the shipping calculator.

This article provides advice on the best way to insert the calculator, depending on how your product page has been designed.

Custom single product page templates

You can either use the Position option, [shipping_calculator] shortcode, or a PHP function.

Block-based product pages using Gutenberg and other page builders

If the Position option doesn't work then you can either use the [shipping_calculator] shortcode or a PHP function.

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