Extend the Jigoshop shipping methods by adding a basic weight method.
This is a very simple plugin that allows you to set weight based shipping fees. Six levels of weights are alowed.
First level is letter weight limit and fee for sending letters.
Example: level0 = 0.1kg with next field as 1.00 CHF = total weight of an order in the cart ist between 0kg and 0.1 kg and has a letter sending fee of 1.00 CHF
Example: level1 = 2kg with next field as 10 CHF = the total weight of an order in the cart is between 0.1kg and 2 kg and has a fee of 10 CHF.
Example: level2 = 5 kg with next field as 20 CHF = the total weight of an order in the cart is between 2kg and 5 kg and has a fee of 20 CHF.
My thanks goes to Iain at Polevaultweb, who developed a basic bundle shipping plugin for jigoshop. You can find his plugin at http://jigoshop.com/product/basic-bundle-shipping/
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
You can use the built in installer and upgrader, or you can install the plugin manually.
- Delete any existing
jigoshop-basic-weight-shippingfolder from the
jigoshop-basic-weight-shippingfolder to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Go to the Shipping panel under the Jigoshop ‘Settings’ menu.
If you have to upgrade manually simply repeat the installation steps and re-enable the plugin.
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Contributors & Developers
“Jigoshop Basic Weight Shipping” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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Fixed calculation bug if level is reached precisely, including a >= calculation in php
Added an other level before the existing ones for letter weight and letter sending price
Modified the calculation part to include vat calculation on shipping fees (with option to enable this calculation or to disable it
Added Handling fee field and calculation of shipping total
Deactivated backwards compatibility to Jigoshop versions prior and included 1.4
- Initial adaption