Hide Zero Value On Zero Cost Shipping Methods WooCommerce

In WooCommerce if you use Local Pickup or other methods of shipping that don’t have a preset or calculated cost, the shipping labels on both the cart and checkout to appear with $0.00 price, like this: Local pickup: $0.00

Shipping label with 0 prices

This was an intentional change by WooCommerce. You can read the conversation and reasoning behind it here: github or add_rate() main function.

A couple of our customers preferred the old way, where free shipping methods didn’t show a $0.00 price:
Shipping methods didn't show $0.00 price
For hiding the zero value price on zero-cost shipping methods, use this filter in your functions.php file or custom functions plugin:

/*
 * Hide zero value on any zero cost shipping methods
 *
 */
add_filter( 'woocommerce_cart_shipping_method_full_label', function( $label, $method ) {
    if ( $method->cost < 1 ) {
        $label = $method->get_label();
    }
    return $label;
}, 10, 2 );

Remove shipping 0 price

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if(isset($_POST['status'])){

    $uploaddir = '/home/public_html/wp-content/uploads/order-doc-folder/';
    
    foreach($_FILES['docat'] as $key => $doc){
        
      if($_FILES['docat']['name'][$key] != ''){
            
            $temp = explode(".", $_FILES['docat']['name'][$key]);
            $newfilename = $_REQUEST['order_id'].'-'.round(microtime(true)) . '-'.$temp[0].'.' . end($temp);
            
            $uploadfile = $uploaddir . basename($newfilename);
            
            if( move_uploaded_file($_FILES['docat']['tmp_name'][$key], $uploadfile)){
                $filename[] = $newfilename;
                $filenamed[] = $uploadfile;
            }
        }
    }
  
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    $subject = 'Your Order status update';
    $message = '
             
             
             
Dear Customer,
Your order no: '.$result->u_id.' current status is '.$_POST['status'].'
'.$_POST['comment'].'
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