FREE VERSION

FEATURES

DEFINE RULES based on WEIGHT (kg, lbs, grams, oz)

DEFINE RULES based on QUANTITY (min-max)

DEFINE CALCULATION TYPE (per order, rates per item, line item & per class)

DEFINE CLASS PRIORITIES

Innozilla Table Rate Shipping – WooCommerce

This is a table rate shipping WooCommerce extenstion that can set multiple shipping rates based on weight, item count and price.

TABLE RATE SHIPPING

Define shipping cost for each product

by Weight

by Quantity

by Price

Fully flexable plugin

There are alot of rules/conditions that
you can apply with this plugin. you
can play with it and add rules
according to your specification.

PRO VERSION

( PLUGIN VERSION: 5.0.0 )

$49.99 only

ONE TIME PAYMENT & FREE LIFETIME
PLUGIN UPDATES.

ONE TIME PAYMENT with FREE UPDATES

UNLIMITED ROW CONDITION

DEFINE RULES based on WEIGHT (kg, lbs, grams, oz)

DEFINE RULES based on QUANTITY (min-max)

You can ADD RULES based on CLASS

DEFINE RULES based on PRICE RANGE (min-max)

 Add cost PER ROWPER ITEM COST, PERCENT COST and LABEL

DEFINE CLASS PRIORITIES and CALCULATION TYPE (per order, rates per item, line item & per class)

HOW TO USE THE PLUGIN

IMPORTANT: We encourage you to test everything on the FREE version first before purchasing the PRO VERSION.
FOR QUESTIONS: please email us at [email protected]

ONE TIME PAYMENT – FREE UPDATES

Before Downloading the PRO version, you can try out the FREE VERSION.

Client Feedback

This reviews is based on WordPress Plugin Reviews. ( click here )

Great Plugin!

It allows to create complex combinations.
The developer is very helpful and professional. Recommended!


– maragotti (@maragotti)

Highly recommended plugin!!

My Client has a complex rules on her products. While i was searching for a plugin with such complex rules, i found this. this was recommended by a friend and it really does its job. i tested the free version and i was very satisfied that is why i decided to purchase the PRO version.

my client was very happy with the output.

Thanks you!!!


– bsstechph (@bsstechph)

DOCUMENTATION

Innozilla Table Rate Shipping

Makes it possible for you to create complex rules for shipping your products worldwide.

You can define multiple rates based on the product’s destination, have multiple rates per zone, and add rules based on product weight, number of items, shipping class and price.

Every store is unique, with its own products and shipping needs, so every setup is different. This page introduces you to the concepts behind Table Rate Shipping, guides you through setup, and provides real-life examples that demonstrate its concepts in action.

HOW IT WORKS

When a customer checks out items in their cart, the plugin looks at the destination of items and then uses the table of rates you created to calculate total shipping. Each destination can have its own rules, or multiple sets of rules, based on your shipping requirements.

To calculate shipping correctly, you need to create shipping zones and shipping rules. The plugin will take care of all the calculations for you from that point.

Setting up Table Rate Shipping requires some thought and planning on your part. Before getting started with the plugin, you need to do the following:

Set up your shipping classes if you need different rules for different classes of product.

Determine and set up your shipping zones.

Set up your shipping classes if you need different rules for different classes of product.

Setting up Shipping Classes

When a customer checks out items in their cart, the plugin looks at the destination of items and then uses the table of rates you created to calculate total shipping. Each destination can have its own rules, or multiple sets of rules, based on your shipping requirements.

To calculate shipping correctly, you need to create shipping zones and shipping rules. The plugin will take care of all the calculations for you from that point.

Setting up Table Rate Shipping requires some thought and planning on your part. Before getting started with the plugin, you need to do the following:

Setting up Shipping Zones

A shipping zone is a geographic region where a certain set of shipping methods and rates apply. You can add different tables of rates to each zone to charge different customers different amounts.

Add Table Rates to a zone

To use Table Rate Shipping, it must be added to a Shipping Zone.

Go to: WooCommerce > Settings > Shipping.

Select Add shipping method bottom left of the table with shipping methods. This opens a modal window.

Select Table Rate from the dropdown, and Add shipping method.

Save changes.

Setting up a Table Rate

After the shipping method has been added to the shipping zone, settings for Table Rate need to be applied.

If you can’t see the word “Table Rate” yet, Select Edit below the shipping zone that contains the Table Rate that you want to edit. This takes you to a different screen.

Select Edit for Table Rate.

This opens a Settings screen for you to configure.

Enter your preferences for this shipping method.

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Method Title — Name of shipping method displayed to customers. For example, 1st Class and 2nd Class, if there are two methods for a zone.

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Handling Fee — Additional fee. Can be a fixed amount (2.50) or leave blank for no handling fee.

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Maximum Shipping Cost — Can assign a maximum cost to a method. For example, if the total calculated is greater than the maximum cost, the price is decreased to maximum cost amount.

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Tax Status — Define whether or not tax is applied to the shipping amount.

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Tax included in shipping costs — Define whether the shipping costs defined in the table are inclusive or exclusive of taxes.

Enter Rates – Calculation Type.

Rate Settings

Enter Rates – Calculation Type.

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Per order – calculates shipping for the entire cart. If there are varying shipping classes in the customer’s cart, the class with the highest priority will be used. These can be set in the table that appears underneath the rate table when per order is selected.

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Calculated rates per item – calculates the rate by checking each item in the customer’s basket against the table of rates.

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Calculated rates per line – looks at each line in the basket and checks that against the table. Multiple of the same item are on the same line, so the customer will only be charged once for multiples of the same item.

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Calculated rates per shipping class – each shipping class in your basket is totaled and offered at a final rate.

Example:

A customer has the following items in their cart:

Number of item Item Shipping class
2 red t-shirt small
1 green t-shirt small
1 black jumper medium

The following costs are set for medium and small shipping classes.

Cost for shipping class Cost Priority
medium 10 2
small 5 1

The following costs are set for medium and small shipping classes.

Per order Per item Per line Per class
5 25 20 15

Enter Handling fees per item.
Add a flat additional fee to the cost of each calculated item (this could be an individual item, line or shipping class based on the above settings).

Enter Minimum cost per item.
Set the minimum cost per calculated item (this could be an individual item, line or shipping class based on the above settings).

Enter Maximum cost per item.
Set the maximum cost per calculated item (this could be an individual item, line or shipping class based on the above settings).

Enter Table Rates.

Adding Rates to a Table Rate

Adding Rates

Once you’ve chosen how to calculate rates, it’s time to start adding rates. The plugin will compare items in the customer’s cart against the table of rates to calculate shipping costs.

Shipping Class

Choose the shipping class to which this rate will apply. You can also choose to apply the rate to items in any shipping class or in no shipping class.

Condition

This column tells the plugin what product information it should use to calculate rates. Your options are:

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None – you don’t wish to use product information to calculate the total

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Price – the price of the items

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Weight – the weight of the items

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Item Count – the number of an individual item

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Item Count (same class) – the number of items in the shipping class

Min/Max

The minimum and maximum amounts for your chosen condition. These will be:

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Price – the minimum and maximum price

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Weight – the minimum and maximum weight. The weight unit used is determined in
WooCommerce > Settings > Products

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Item Count – the minimum and maximum number of an individual item. For example, you may wish to have one price for 1-50 items and another for 50+ items

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Item Count (same class) – the minimum and maximum number of items in a specific class

If you are filling in minimum and maximum amounts for your item, ensure that you account for as many items as a person would conceivably order. For example, for item count, it’s good practice to have a row that has a maximum up to 999. This will ensure that shipping rates will always be calculated.

Break

When you check this option, you’re telling the plugin: If you reach this row of the table, stop the calculation from going any further. Meaning, you’re telling the process to break.

This is used for:

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Per order – to tell the plugin to offer a specific rate and no others

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Calculated – to stop any further rates being matched, with priority given to the top of the list. This is particularly important when merging shipping (see below).

Abort

Enable this option to disable all rates or the shipping you are editing if the row you are editing matches any item/class being quoted.

Shipping Prices

This is where you set the cost for your shipping. You can add the following figures:

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Row Cost – the base cost for shipping this item. This could include the cost of your packaging.

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Item Cost – the cost for each individual item. This is in addition to the cost.

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Cost per kg – the cost per kg for the items.

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% Cost – the percentage of the items’ total that should used to calculate shipping.

Label

If you are creating a per-order table of rates, you can add a label for each individual rate.

Class Priorities

If you have created shipping classes under WooCommerce > Settings > Shipping > Shipping Classes and if you have chosen “Per order” as Calculation Type, you will see a section called “Class Priorities”.

If there are items in different shipping classes in the cart, the Table Rate will be calculated based on those items in the shipping class with the highest priority (or the lowest number). In the example below, the Hoodies shipping class is more important than the default class.