Ship items separately depending on variation? I’m currently using a UPS shipping plugin and need some items to ship separately then the other ordered items. I have Product A that can be shipped with other Product A items from the order into available boxes. Product B is in a box already that will always ship by itself even when ordered with other Product A’s. Can your plugin do this and still get rates from UPS?
I’ve used your splitting shipping snippet (http://jeroensormani.com/splitting-shipping-packages-in-woocommerce/) but do not like it showing the customer multiple shipping options for each shipping box. Can the shipping return only the total summary cost and not split them out into multiple options? Thanks!!
I’m not sure how you setup the certain packages, but if you have for example things based on the shipping classes you can setup the flat shipping rates in this plugin to only show up for the package that has shipping class A products in it (you should ensure the other package doesn’t have it)
That way it won’t show up for other box you’d like to ship through UPS.
Then there’s probably still the challenge to hide the UPS rate from the box you’d like to ship flat, this can be done through another code snippet, or you can use my other plugin: https://woocommerce.com/products/woocommerce-advanced-shipping-packages/ (allowing you to setup packages & hide shipping methods per package)
This way there should only be one rate for each package.
Hope I understood your scenario correctly and the above helps (let me know if I didn’t)
Last note; this plugin doesn’t do live quotes from any shipping carrier.
HI, can your pluging do such things:
1. If customer paid cash than shipping is charged (flat price for shipping)
if customer paid by card and total cost more than ххх $ then shipping is free else than shipping is paid (flat price for shipping)
2. Plugin should calculate amounts for free and paid shipping after customer type discount coupon (if they new it)
1) There’s not a ‘Payment gateway’ condition available by default, but I do have an extension script available for this that adds such condition.
2) For this I have again a custom condition available that would add a ‘Subtotal minus discounts’ condition. That way you can setup the shipping rates according to the discounted amount instead of the original subtotal.
Please reach out through the support tab and request those extensions when you’ve purchased the plugin
How much those extension scripts will cost me?
The additional extensions are free of charge with the base plugin
I have a problem, I have my products on gruppocalamo.it site with products that weigh less than a kilogram.
How do I manage so light products?
Can you please reach out through the support tab and elaborate what issue you encountered? Right now I cannot advise you since there isn’t a issue described (lower weights are not treated differently then other weights).
I sent you a message by the email contact form for Codecanyon. But i just see a link to your site with a form.
Did you receive it?
Just to be sure
I did, and I believe I just replied to your email
Hi, Do I need to buy Shipping Zones extension and WAS Advanced Pricing separately?
No, they are free of charge with the base plugin Just reach out to me with your purchase code and I’ll send them over.
I have a cart that is split up into packages based on shipping class. I want free shipping to be available only to the package that has the specified shipping class in it. How do I do that? The “Contains shipping class” option isn’t working.
Could you please reach out through the support tab? I try to keep the support questions in one place.
With that, can you elaborate on how you’ve split the cart and how you’ve setup the shipping conditions? (and why the Contains shipping class condition isn’t working for you)
Hi, can I use your plugin to set shipping prices based on town / city / village?
There’s a ‘city’ condition available in the plugin, but I’m not sure if you have different checkout fields for town / village?
I suspect those are the same, which would mean it should work out of the box, but in case that they are custom checkout fields, there is also a way to accomplish this with a custom code script.
Let me know if that answers your Q
Presale Question: My client wants to provide flat rate shipping of $6.50 for orders $75 and less and $13 shipping for orders over $75 is this possible? Thanks!
It sure is possible to set that up
Hi – probably a very simple question, but does this plugin allow shipping discounts based on multiple items ordered? e.g first copy of item of shipping class A costs £1.50 for shipping, but every additional copy in the same order only costs £0.50? And can multiple shipping classes be combined in one order in the same way?
Yes, it is possible to setup a base cost + a different cost for each additional item.
Doing this based on different shipping classes is also possible using the extra WAS Advanced Pricing extension (free of charge with the base plugin)
Thanks for that. I’ve ordered and installed the extension now, and I’ve managed to get part of what I wanted working, e.g.
Item A – base shipping cost shipping class X = £3
Item B (in same order, same shipping class) – additional shipping cost of £1
by making Shipping cost value = £3 and Cost per item = £1 for Quantity.
Is that the best/most efficient way to achieve this?
And if I want to set different costs for various intentional orders and shipping classes, do I need to set up a new individual Advanced Shipping method for every possible country and every possible shipping class?
You can setup the additional cost per different shipping class with help of the WAS Advanced Pricing extension
That way you can easily setup multiple rules. Then you’d indeed want to setup a rate per country you want different cost to.
Hi sent you a message for the extensions. how can i get them .
I replied to your email yesterday
Is it possible to exclude shipping zones for specific products?
For example: I want to ship product A to every european country but I want to ship product B worldwide.
Thanks in advance.
It is possible to setup your own shipping rates shipping rates per zone, and then ensure certain products are not in the cart at that moment. E.g. for the shipping rate that is available for the rest of the world you can setup a condition like: Contains product – not equal to – A.
That way the shipping rate won’t be available when P. A is in the cart for a country outside the EU countries.
Do note that the zones would have to be setup in the WAS Shipping Zones extension as at this moment the plugin doesn’t integrate with the WC Zones feature. I do have a development version available that does if you’d like I can send that over.
Hope that answers your Q
Is there anyways to connect this woocommerce advance shipping app with native web app i am planing to purchase mobile app. If this advance Shipping works with api so that i can extract this app shipping information on my mobile app as well.https://codecanyon.net/item/ionstore-ionic-premium-woocommerce-full-android-ios-app/17522986?ref=ionicpremium. Do u support api. Because mobile app they asked me for api for woocommerce advanced shipping app.
There’s no special API features build into the plugin. I haven’t dived deep into the WC API that is available, but if that support the feature you’re looking for get the shipping then I think it will work (can’t guarantee it though).
Hope that clarifies things
can you restrict shipping per state ?
for example only ship to CA, TX, NJ but not to NY
Yes it is possible to setup shipping rates that are restricted to only certain states.
Have a great day!
I need to create prices based on weight and volume. It means that:
One product = 5 euros. Two productos = 8 euros. Three products = 10 euros.
Four products = 15 euros. Five products = 18 euros. Six products = 20 euros.
Seven products = 25 euros… and so on. This is because of the company that my customer hired. It can deliver maximum 3 products per package and the prices are set depending on the weight of each package.
Can I solve my problem with your plugin?
Yes, it is possible to setup quantity based shipping rates as well as weight based or volume (custom condition) if needed.
Let me know if you have any other questions before purchasing
dont know if you got my last email got your plug in and its great !!
need to add a flat $5.99 for signature option at check out
dont see add on options ?
Just replied to your email, lets continue the conversion there
need to add a flat $5.99 for signature option at check out dont see add on options ?
dont see add on section on plug in?
As mentioned I replied to your email, and lets continue the conversation there, I try to keep all support in one place (the comments are best for pre-sale and at most small support questions)
Pre sale question. If I one product (free shipping) and another product (9.90 shipping cost), will plugin show 2 shipping cost prices on the checkout.
Please see here: http://www.remicorson.com/woocommerce-free-shipping-on-a-per-product-basis-in-the-same-cart/
It depends on how you setup things, It is possible to set it up to show two options at the checkout for the customer too choose from.
But if you want things to be setup as in the blog post you linked, you’d want to show both items separately (each with separate shipping cost) and not as a choice for the customer.
(splitting the cart and showing the cost split)
For that I recommend my plugin for splitting packages: https://woocommerce.com/products/woocommerce-advanced-shipping-packages/
(the linked plugin splits the cart as shown in the blog post without the custom coding required)
Then you could setup the shipping cost according to the blog post, or using this Advanced Shipping plugin to setup the cost according to the contents of the shipping packages (the plugin supports shipping packages).
Let me know if that answered your question!
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