Thanks for taking the time to put this plugin together, works wonderfully!
My theme is blocking it to rewrite from select to radio button. Can anyone help with a hint from where to start the investigation?
I agree with everything magmatrix said. Not all attribute combinations may be in stock, but there is no way to tell which ones are in stock until you click on each radio button and hope the Add to Cart button appears.
I added the plugin, it displays the radio button nicely - looks great - but now the Add to Cart button is gone and there is no box opening for the Name Your Price variation when that radio button is selected.
Any clue how to fix this? I really would like to use this.
worked very well
At some point WooCommerce core files must have changed too much for this plugin to work. I see the last file update was in the first quarter of 2014, but we are now entering 2015. The other problem is that it is meant for variable product types, but I need support for composite product types. But the fact that it no longer works for current WooCommerce versions is sufficient to rate this product as 1 star.
To be fair, WooCommerce doesn't make it easy to implement radio buttons, and with every version update, you are simply stepping on previous modifications. So the plugin coders have to keep up with the new WC version code. This is a failing of WooCommerce coders, not third-party coders who try to make an unsupported feature. I blame WooCommerce, not this plugin.
I am a junior developer I want to ask that how to add woocommerce radio buttons to product? any idea
Really good, but has one flaw: It does not take the available product variations into account. It should disable the "impossible" buttons, just like the default (dropdown) does.
Example: I have shirts in red s, red m, red l, blue m, blue l, blue xl, blue xxl.
When i select "xxl", the "red" button should be disabled (and so on). Or it should at least mark the "red" button as unavailable/incompatible with the other option(s).
And for the feature wishlist: Being able to have radiobuttons for some attributes and dropdowns for some.
This plugin is fairly simple: it just converts the normal drop-down menu from variable products, to radio buttons. A drop-down hides things from the user, whereas radio buttons show people their options. It makes things much simpler for the customer in many cases, especially where there's only 2-3 variations to select from.
This is a great plugin - it did exactly what I wanted straight away.
Also this plugin has amazing support, especially when you go through the proper support channel. I had a response within a couple of hours, even for something not related to the plugin - WOW!
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