One would assume that if you are reading this resource, you have already accepted WooCommerce as your WordPress eCommerce solution of choice or are strongly considering it. There are a few technical details that can be extremely daunting when using a free plugin like WooCommerce. These include: Accepting Payment Managing Stock Creating variants (small, medium, […]
In this tutorial we’ll learn how to restrict customers to place orders from specific countries only. Often store owners ship to only one or some countries and they don’t want customers to place orders from other countries. If you are having the same issue, don’t worry we can help you out there…
Allowing customers to set a future delivery date for their products will be a great addition to your store. Users often want to purchase an item in advance in case they won’t forget or the item may not be out of stock by the time they need it for example, birthday presents, edit or Christmas gifts etc.
So, in this tutorial we’ll learn how to allow users to set a future delivery date.
Order Delivery Date for Woocommercec is the plugin that will do this job for us. This plugin will add a delivery date field on the checkout where user can set the date when they want the item to be delivered.
In this tutorial; We will learn how to enable shipping methods on the basis of cart total….
Since WooCommerce 2.4, the flat shipping rates interface have been really improved and it’s now so simple that it can even be confusing for some users. A common request is “how can I add new custom flat rates?”. Because, that’s true, in previous versions you could do it via the interface, but now you need custom coding. So, to add new custom flat rates, simply add this snippet to functions.php in the theme folder: