For Demo and Download: https://www.muhammaduzair.com/projects/woocommerce/uni-cpo-woocommerce-options-and-price-calculation-formulas/
‘Uni CPO – WooCommerce Options and Price Calculation Formulas’ is a fully featured plugin that gives a possibility to add any custom options to your WooCommerce products as well as enables custom price calculation based on any maths formula. The current version includes these types of options: text input, file input, radio inputs, checkboxes, dropdown, date/time picker, range slider, palette select and textarea as well as special types such as heading, divider, note.
For each option you can define title and a set of specific settings like: - min, max, step values for input type number/decimal or range slider; - max file size and allowed mime types for file input - sub options for checkboxes, radio, dropdown, palette select etc. Also, this plugins gives an ability to create field conditional rules and display/hide certain options based on the value filled in/chosen in other option(s).
The unique feature of the plugin is that it creates a possibility to use any maths formula in order to calculate the price of the product based on user’s input / options chosen!
Moreover, there is a conditional logic for formula – it is possible to create several formulas which will be applied under certain circumstances – user chosen options. And even better – you can create non option based variable(s) and use it in formula conditional rules. A quick example: you want to set sort of base price (e.g. apply a different maths formula) based on a calculated area that is calculated based on user’s defined width and height. Easy! :) You will be able to apply different formulas based on the value of calculated area!
The plugin works with products type ‘simple’ (including virtual products).
I will install the plugin and configure as many products as these products have up to 20 custom options in total for those my customers who bought an extended license of the plugin!
Options builder – nice UI that provides a smooth user experience
15 types of options/fields included (more will be added soon!)
An ability to create as many as you want non option based variables and use them in a formula(s)
A possibility to use almost any maths formula for price calculation!
Conditional logic for formula
Conditional logic for options/fields
Cart discounts (currently only qty based, more will be added soon)
An information about chosen/defined options is added to cart item / order item meta and visible in a customer’s account, on order edit screen, in emails
Change product image for option type dropdown
An ability to disable product ordering under certain circumstances
Author Name: mrpsiho
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