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Offer Shipping Insurance

In WooCommerce and its shipping options, there is not a built-in way to offer insurance for goods you are shipping. Include in product price One option is to include the insurance cost in the price of your products. This, however, has the downside that it gives customers the wrong impression on actual cost of a...

Core Shipping Options

 Flat Rate Shipping Free Shipping Local Pickup Offer Shipping Insurance

Product Shipping Classes

Shipping classes can be used to group products of similar type and used by some shipping methods, such as Flat Rate Shipping, to provide different rates to different classes of product. For example, with shipping classes and Flat Rate Shipping, it’s possible to create different flat rate costs for different product types, like bulky items and small items....

Online Shipping Calculators & Debug Mode

If shipping costs provided by your WooCommerce installation are higher or lower than what you expect, we recommend enabling the debug mode within the shipping plugin settings section that you are using. Once this option is enabled, add a product to cart and in most cases you will see useful information on the cart page...

Setting up Shipping Zones

Selling physical products? You need to ship them! To set up shipping in WooCommerce, you first set up shipping zones, then add methods to those zones, and lastly, rates to your methods. You can create as many zones as you like, and add multiple methods and rates to each zone. Shipping Zones A Shipping Zone is a geographical area to which you ship...

Understanding Box Packing Calculations

In some of our premium shipping methods — such as USPS, UPS, and FedEx — the boxes used to ship are automatically calculated based on dimensions of items in the customer’s cart. This page details how shipping calculators work and ways you can ensure proper setup and calculation. Product Dimensions vs. Shipping Dimensions The most important part of all calculators is...

Managing Orders

Orders are created when a customer completes the checkout process, and they are visible to users with Admin and Shop Manager roles only. Each order is given a unique Order ID. Order IDs are non-sequential as they use the default Ideakit ID approach. Order Statuses An order also has a Status. Order statuses let you know how...

WooCommerce Refunds

Summary In WooCommerce itself you can process refunds in two ways: Automatic: Refunds change the WooCommerce order status and also reverse the charge so your customer gets their money .Manual: Refunds change the WooCommerce order status, but you need to return the money manually to your customer. Automatic Refunds These are called Automatic refunds as...

WooCommerce Reports

With the release of WooCommerce 4.0 in March 2019, these reports are deprecated and won’t receive further updates. There is a new and better Analytics section available for users running Ideakit 5.3+. Learn more about the new reports and admin experience in the WooCommerce Analytics documentation. Reports in WooCommerce give you the ability to see your...

Dashboard Widgets

The Ideakit dashboard is normally the first thing you see when logging in. Upon activation, WooCommerce will add two dashboard widgets giving you an easy to access an overview of your store, and a third if you have a multi-site with multiple stores. To customize the displayed widgets, or adjust the number of widget columns, click “Screen Options”...

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