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  • Resolved tonylees


    I am currently buiilding a store to sell custom made curtains & blinds.
    I need the customer to be able to enter the exact dimensions they require (width and drop) in inches and that then generates a price.

    The pricing structure is fixed so width upto 54″ and a Drop upto 48″ would be £79.06, a width of 55″ to 80″ and a drop 49″ to 54″ would be 119.72 and so on.

    Does anyone know how I can achieve this?


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  • Hi,

    There is a premium extension on WooCommerce market, named “Measurement Price Calculator”. Here is the link

    ( i take the liberty to add my referral code to the link)

    I have tried that… the pricing seems to calculate per sq in rather than the stepped pricing I need


    The pricing I am trying to acheive is;

    Pricing Example

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by tonylees.
    • This reply was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by tonylees. Reason: example of pricing structure

    If the measure are standard, put attribute 1 as 48,54,72,90,108 (label this variation drop)

    at put attribute 2 as 54,80,108,135,162 (label this variation width)

    Then create all the variation by pressing “create variations from all attributes”)

    Then put the prices to all variations.

    Wouldn’t that give a dropdown selection though?
    I would need the customer to enter the exact measurement (this needs to come through on the order) thn if the customers measurements fall within the set limits the relevant price is shown

    This site works the same way, they have a price break at 55″ to 56″ width example website

    Plugin Support Jesse Pearson


    Automattic Happiness Engineer

    @tonylees It appears that the example website you are referring to has a custom developed solution for them. The closest solution that I can think of has already been referenced, Measurement Price Calculator. It allows for a lot of different calculations and if it doesn’t work out, you can get a refund in 30 days.

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