WooCommerce Extensions – Payment Gateways and Flexible Shipping

WooCommerce is an open-source e-commerce platform by WooThemes. It’s free and easy to use, however, there still may be other extensions you need, such as the ability to take credit cards. Here are some great plugins to help you take advantage of WooCommerce.

WooCommerce Payment Gateway Extensions

WooCommerce - PayPal Pro Payment GatewayWooCommerce - PayPal Digital Goods
WooCommerce - Amazon Flexible PaymentsWooCommerce - 2Checkout Payment Gateway
WooCommerce - Authorize.net Payment GatewayWooCommerce - Google Checkout Payment Gatewa

WooCommerce Shipping Extensions

There are a number of other great WooCommerce extensions out there. Do you have a favorite?

Comments

  1. By Len Hobbs on

    I have tried for days now without success to create product variations for a clothing website I am building using woocommerce plugin. I want customers to click a box for their chosen size in the garment size 8, size 10, 12 etc and then proceed to the checkout with this garment.
    There appears to be just one site on the web which talks about setting up such variations, but it is flawed as far as I can see. It doesn’t work. Sure it adds the list of sizes to the description, but no box to tick. WP e commerce has a really easy method to do it, but woocommerce does not. Please advise me urgently the step by step method.
    cheers
    Len Hobbs

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    • By Jonathan Dingman on

      I would try reaching out to the WooCommerce community on your request, I’m not familiar with the exact process you’re looking for.

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  2. By on

    it’s actually quite easy first you go to the product page and go under “Attribute” and create one name it “Size” and add the site you want for Example “Large|Medium” separate each size by a “|” after you done just go to your “Variations” tab and click on “Link all variation” and thats it you should have all your sizes for that specific product and just reuse them or create the same step for another product.

    hope that help.

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    • By Brandon Williams on

      Jay, I stumbled upon your comment and I just wanted to say THANK YOU SO MUCH! You have no idea how much you just helped me.

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  3. By on

    Hope you don’t mind the plug, but I actually developed a shipping plugin that allows you to define bundle rates for specific categories — so you could charge $5 for the first item and $1 each for all subsequent items, for example. I found this missing for WooCommerce (as well as Jigoshop and WP Ecommerce) and had a client request it. You can get the plugin from http://codecanyon.net/item/woocommerce-ecommerce-bundle-rate-shipping/1429243 if you’re interested.

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