WC requires at least: 2.2 WC tested up to: 2.4 Setup individual charges for each payment method in woocommerce.
No. PayPal does not permit charging your customer for using PayPal. This is a legal issue rather than a technical one. See PayPal User Agreement, > "4.6 No Surcharges" for details. You have been warned.
The plugin user interface only offers either a fixed amout or a percentage of the carts subtotal. If you need to implement more complex calcuations like 'no charges for orders above 100 Bucks' or '2% of cart subtotal but at least 2 Bucks', you'll have to use one of the filters. See Plugin API for details.
specifies if a charge will be applied.
specifies if a charge will be applied on a certain payment method.
allows you to alter the amount of the charge being added.
Use the GitHub Repo rather than the WordPress Plugin. Do as follows:
If you haven't already done: Install git
in the console cd into Your 'wp-content/plugins´ directory
git clone email@example.com:mcguffin/wp-access-areas.git
If you want to update to the latest files (be careful, might be untested on Your WP-Version) type `git pull´.
I personally prefer GitHub, to keep things straight. The plugin code is here: GitHub But you may use the WordPress Forum as well.
Either post it on GitHub or—if you are working on a cloned repository—send me a pull request.
Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.3.1
Last Updated: 2015-9-29
Active Installs: 3,000+
0 of 6 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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