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Uni CPO v4.9.2 – WooCommerce Options and Price Calculation Formulas Free Download

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Uni CPO – WooCommerce Options and Price Calculation Formulas Free Download

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Type WordPress Plugin (Original Zip File, Not Nulled)
Name Uni CPO v4.9.2 – WooCommerce Options and Price Calculation Formulas Free Download
Version 4.9.2 (Latest Version)
Update 17 Oct, 2020
Category WooCommerce WordPress Plugin
Selling Platform Codecanyon (Vendor: mrpsiho)
Download Type Original Zip File, No Nulled Version, No License Key, No Activation Key, No Registration Key, No Purchase Code, No Crack

Uni CPO – WooCommerce Options and Price Calculation Formulas is a fully functional plugin that offers the ability to add any custom options to your WooCommerce products and allow custom price calculation based on any mathematical formulas. The current version includes these types of options: Text input, file input, radio input, check box, dropdown, date / time picker, area slider, palette selection and text area as well as special types such as heading, separator, note.

For each option you can define a title and a number of specific settings, such as – min, max, step values for the input type number / decimal or range slider; – maximum file size and allowed mime types for file input; – Sub-options for checkbox, radio, dropdown, palette selection etc. Also, this plugin provides the ability to create field condition rules and show / hide certain options based on the value entered / selected in other option (s).

The unique feature of the Uni CPO – WooCommerce Options and Price Calculation Formulas plugin is that it offers the ability to use any mathematical formulas to calculate the price of the product based on the inputs / options chosen by the user!

There is also conditional logic for formulas – it is possible to create multiple formulas that will be applied under certain circumstances – options chosen by the user. Better still, you can create non-option-based variable (s) and use them in formula condition rules. A quick example: You want to set some sort of base price (e.g. apply a different math formula) based on a calculated area calculated on the width and height defined by the user. Very easily! 🙂 You will be able to apply different formulas based on the value of the calculated area!

 

 

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