0 votes1 comment · WooCommerce » Extension - WooCommerce Dynamic Pricing · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
On first glance it seems straight forward, however due to the extreme flexible nature of how rules can be created it starts to get complicated very quickly:
How would you show:
Advanced Category Rules where the source categories are different from the target categories?
Advanced Product Rules where quantity is based on categories in the cart?
Advanced Product Rules that apply to specific variations
Rules that combine, such as 10% discount for all members and additional 10% a category?
Rules such as 10% discount on Hats when 2 more more T-Shirts are purchased?
These situations require a human to determine exactly what they want to display, on which products, at which time. This is why there is another extension called, Conditional Content, which allows you to add manually created pricing tables and other advertisements based on exact conditions you define.
105 votes37 comments · WooCommerce » Extension - WooCommerce Dynamic Pricing · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
What if it's a cart coupon but only some of the items in the cart are being affected by dynamic pricing?
There are a couple different types of integration being asked for. Is the ability to disable coupons when dynamic pricing rules are applied the use case everyone is looking for?
What about coupons that apply to items in the cart which are not effected by dynamic pricing? If I receive a buy one get one offer on product X, but I also have a 10% discount coupon code for product Y what should happen?
Surveys have been sent out to the supporters of this ideas to see exactly how they want this implemented.
Max Rice, Justin Stern and myself are working on this extension. We have decided to break it up into two distinct plugins. One, and the first one we will release, is a product publisher type extension.
You will be able to choose which product properties values you would like to publish, and which sites to publish to. When you save a product it will automatically create / update the properties on all "subscriber" sites. Each subscriber subsite will have WooCommerce active configured with all it's payment gateways, shipping, tax, etc.... The cart and checkout will be handled at the subsite level. Inventory will be managed at the main site ( if you choose ).
We think the publish / subscribe method will take care of 50% of the requests which deal with wanting to have localized text, images, prices, shipping, etc... The second plugin will be a global cart and a global woocommerce install with multiple subsites that aggregate to the main site.
46 votes5 comments · WooCommerce » Extension - WooCommerce Photography · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
This is already well underway. The only difference between what we are building is that the products are the different sizes. You manage the galleries from a separate area, where you can add your images and choose what products are available for that gallery.
The front end displays the images in a nice gallery view, and you can choose to click add to cart where you aware taken to a product selection page, or you can do it right from the gallery in a pop up that displays a larger view of the image and allows you to add to cart with out ever closing the popup window.
The plugin is done and waiting in the deployment queue at woo themes.
@Harold - That was a custom solution developed for a specific project. I've been debating about writing an add-on that uses the same techniquies, but with an interface to configure which two product attributes are used to generate the bulk quantity input table.
If there's enough interest, I'll see what I can do over the next couple weeks. If you've got a need for a custom solution now, contact me at http://lucasstark.com
Something like this solution I recently developed as a custom add-on? http://lucasstark.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/BulkInputForm.png
The new version allows you to set this globally, per category or per product.
The new version of catalog visibility options supports this feature.
You can do this with the dynamic pricing extensio
However - here's a link to a demo of the soon to be released Photo and Color Swatch extension
In case you missed it, Dynamic Pricing has been released and completes this request.
This extension is complete. There are some modifications which were required to woocommerce core to support this, therefore we must wait for the 1.4 version of WooCommerce to be released before the add-on will be publicly available.
Check the woo themes blog. They have info on the gravity forms module.
We anticipate releasing in the next few weeks.
Check out this demo of a Gravity Forms add-on for WooCommerce. Allows you to build out exactly what you are after.
There's a few things which are still being ironed out, however, you can see how we've used Gravity Forms to enhance the user interface when building a product.