How to add product options to WooCommerce (like different sizes or color variations).
In your WordPress admin page (with WooCommerce installed), select Products, Attributes from the left menu. Add a new attribute name, such as "Size." Click Add attribute.
On the right side, you'll see the attribute you just added, click on the gear icon. Then add a name for a variable (such as "small" "6.5" "blue"). Click the blue, "Add new __" button. Repeat for each option your product has.
Now add or edit the product you have options for. In the edit or add screen, there is a box that says "Product Data" In the dropdown menu, where it says Simple Product, select "Variable Product" instead.
Then click on Attributes, and select the option you need. Click "Add," then check the box "Used for variations." Under values, click "Select All" Save it.
Then click Variations. Select "Create variations from all attributes" and click "Go." Say okay to both pop-ups.
Now, for every single variation, click the row to expand your options. Add a price to the price field for every single variation. Click Save. (It will not add your product to your shop unless you add a price to each one.)
Now back towards the top of the screen, click either "Publish" or "Update" and your product will now have options!
This is a great tutorial, thank you!! Is there any way to have the ability to choose more than one variation when ordering? I have the products entered and all the attributes and variations, but I need the ability for the customer to be able to choose more than one variation.
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ok i got 1 attribute, its color, with 3 variations. if you choose blue it shows $1 price, if you choose red its $2 price and black is $3 price, if you click add to cart, it adds that amount. but i want to set the base price to $50 in white for example. if they choose the add-on from drop down menu, it will be $50+$1 or $50 +$2 or $50 +$3. i know i can just put the variation price at $51, $52, $53 BUT that doesnt help when i have more than 1 attribute. lets say its also size small included in the price, but select medium and its +$5 and select large and its +$10 more. i cannot get all of the addons to simply add the selected price to the cart total
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