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The way the currency code is displayed in WooCommerce is predefined. There is no natural way to change currency symbol – by entering it in a setting field, for example. The easiest way to change the currency symbol in WooCommerce is to insert a short PHP code.
Customizing the cart page has always been one of the more difficult tasks WordPress developers have faced. WooCommerce has always been a bit of a hostile platform if you would like to easily change the look of its pages and components. Here I present the way Elementor Pro recently eased this problem for us.

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Obren Markov, Senior WordPress Developer and Elementor Expert

Obren Markov is a WordPress developer and designer with many years of experience in this field and several dozen created websites behind him. He is an Elementor Professional and the author of Template sets, who creates sites for end-users. Also works with agencies and independent WP designers as a subcontractor on their projects.

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