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  • Resolved mackiecompany

    (@mackiecompany)


    Advance Shipping settings

    I’m trying to add some advanced shipping cost to basic WooCommerce.
    I’ve created a flat rate shipping cost and added a shipping class called “Small” and added 4.95 + ( 1 * [qty] ) to the field.

    For some reason this adds 1 even to an item with just 1 in the basket.
    For example: £5.95 for one product rather than £4.95 and £6.95 for two products rather than £5.95.

    Is it possible to add a max fee? I tried this [max_fee=”7.50″]but didn’t work.

    https://sg-demo2.getondigitaldesign.co.uk/shop/basket/

    Thanks
    Scott

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  • 4.95 + ( 1 * [qty] )
    = A base shipping cost of £4.95 plus £1 for each item in the cart.
    that’s why it shows £5.95 for one product rather than £4.95 and £6.95 for two products rather than £5.95

    If you want £4.95 for one product and £5.95 for two products you have to add this to cost field:
    3.95 + ( 1 * [qty] ) + [fee max_fee=”7.50″]

    Plugin Support Job

    (@jobthomas)

    Automattic Happiness Engineer

    Hey. 3.95 + ( 1 * [qty] ) + [fee max_fee="7.50"] isn’t going to do the trick, because the max_fee only applies to fee calculations, not to cart calcuations.

    For example, [fee percent="10" max_fee="7.50"] will add a cost of 10% of the total order with a maximum of 7.50.

    With Table Rate Shipping, you can configure this type of advanced rates, but I don’t think it’s possible out of the box.

    Plugin Support Melinda

    (@melindahelt)

    Automattic Happiness Engineer

    We haven’t heard back from you in a while, so I’m going to mark this as resolved – if you have any further questions, you can start a new thread.

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