A WooCommerce “Name Your Price” plugin allows you to be flexible in how much you charge for your products – to such an extent that you let your customers define their own price.Read more
Do you want your customers to be able to create their own cereal, muesli or granola? In this article, I’ll show you how to create a WooCommerce product where customers can specify their cereal type, add extras like fruit and nuts, and show nutritional information based on their choices. We’ll even let them create a custom name for their cereal.Read more
If you have a WooCommerce store selling stickers or decals, you might want the option to let users upload their own designs. Most probably, you’ll want to allow users to select a size and choose the quantity of stickers as well. The price will be calculated according to a formula based on size and quantity. In this article, I’ll show you how to do this with a WooCommerce product.Read more
You’d like to build a WooCommerce flower shop so that you can sell floral arrangements online. In this article, I’ll show you how to set up your products and add extra options that will allow your customers to personalise their order.
We’ll walk through building a product from scratch, adding the extra fields, and refer to some real-life examples to see how other WooCommerce flower shops work.Read more
In this article, we’ll look at how to add WooCommerce custom fields for variations. Custom fields can mean either:
- Fields to display additional data about a variation, or
- Fields to accept user input for customising the product variation
We’ll look at both options.Read more
You’d like the option to add gift wrapping to your WooCommerce products. In this article, we’ll look at three easy steps to give your customers the option of having their products gift wrapped, including how to offer a gift message.Read more
Would you like the ability in WooCommerce to add multiple products to the cart at once? The Products Add-Ons Ultimate plugin lets you include other products as extra options to your product page meaning that your customers can add multiple products to their cart in one hit. You can use simple or variable products.Read more
You’re running a WooCommerce store that requires customers to be able to upload images or other files on the product page. It could be a print shop, personalised gift store, stationery shop, or a million other types of WooCommerce store. But you need the ability to add a file upload to a product page.Read more
If you are selling WooCommerce products that can be engraved, you’ll need to have an engraving option on your product page. This will be a field where the customer can enter the text that they want engraved and which will get attached to the order you receive.
In this article we’ll look at very clear and simple steps to add an engraving option to your WooCommerce products, some different ways to charge for it, and some further parameters like setting the number of characters allowed.
It will take you only a few minutes to get your engraving product up and running.Read more
In this post, I’m going to walk through the entire process of adding WooCommerce custom fields to a product. We’ll look at two types of custom fields:
- Firstly, input fields (also called product add-ons) like text fields, select fields, checkboxes, and so on that allow the user to enter additional, personalised information about a product
- Secondly, we’ll look at WooCommerce extra product data fields – custom fields that display additional information for your products.
We’ll also take a look at how you can use both types of custom field in combination, displaying extra product data depending on certain user choices.Read more