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WooCommerce Composite Products

Create any configurable product based on complex, dynamic groupings of existing WooCommerce products. The perfect extension for creating componentized products such as custom desktop computers or skateboards, which customers can build step-by-step by choosing parts and quantities. And did we mention Scenarios? — A truly powerful feature that allows you to express compatibility constraints and dependencies between part selections.

WooCommerce Product Bundles

Probably the most straightforward way to create simple product packages in WooCommerce: Bundles are used to build complex products and bulk discount combos quickly, by mixing simple and variable products. The extension, which is one of the most popular at woothemes.com, includes support for downloadable and virtual products, subscriptions and many official extensions, such as Product Add-ons and Composite Products.

WooCommerce Conditional Shipping & Payments

Conditional Shipping & Payments is a very handy extension that can be used to conditionally exclude Shipping Methods, Payment Gateways and Shipping Countries / States during checkout. It includes an elaborate set of conditions that you can use to create complex rules — for instance, Payment Gateways can be disabled according to order/cart total, presence and quantity of a product in the cart, chosen shipping country, chosen shipping method and more.


Composite Products v3

Composite Products version 3.0 is finally here, after 12 weeks of development and a whopping 187 commits. The new version includes many requested features and improvements targeted towards large-scale kitting applications, including: a redesigned, responsive front-end and back-end UI, multiple front-end UX refinements, WP_Query-based retrieval, pagination, sorting and filtering of component options, front-end and back-end …

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Dealing with Squeezed WooCommerce Product Forms

By default, WooCommerce places single-product summaries right next to the main product image / thumbnails section, which is ideal for displaying product descriptions, prices and meta. Add-to-cart forms are normally displayed inside the single-product summary, too, which works well when displaying Simple or Variable product forms. However, this layout is not particularly suitable for complex …

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