WooCommerce Free Shipping Pro

WooCommerce Free Shipping Pro

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Need flexible WooCommerce Free Shipping options for specific products?

WooCommerce Free Shipping Pro gives your site a powerful free shipping tool that is easy to configure and use.

Lets say for example that you want to offer free shipping on a few products, but not all products. You can do that. Simply select which products ship free, and / or ship which categories of products ship free.

What if you also want to only offer free shipping if the destination of the package is going to certain countries. No problem, WooCommerce Free Shipping Pro lets you do that too.

And if you want to add other qualifying factors, such as requiring a minimum cart total, or requiring a valid free shipping coupon, you can do that as well.

Plus, you can set the plugin in two modes of operation:  Free shipping for the entire order, or free shipping only on selected items in an order.  When you set the mode to offer free shipping only on selected items then your other shipping modules calculate shipping as usual with the exception that WooCommerce Free Shipping Pro tells them not to include the items with free shipping in their shipping calculations.

This plugin requires WooCommerce 2.x or newer.

Works in harmony with any other conventionally designed WooCommerce shipping modules.

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Compatibility: WooCommerce 2.0 and newer

Current plugin version: 2.2.19




We keep all of our software up to date with the latest versions of WooCommerce and WordPress.

If you don't see any recent changes below it's because none have become necessary!

Version 2.2.19 - August 23, 2016

	Updated class method declaration for calculate_shipping()

Version 2.2.18 - December 3, 2015

	Updated availability checking for diverse situations

Version 2.2.17 - October 23, 2015

	Updated to display variation name in the settings when individual product variations are defined for rules

Version 2.2.16 - October 22, 2015

	Added new setting to allow arbitrary text to be appended to cart item titles if they qualify for free shipping, for example " - ships free!" 

Version 2.2.15 - September 2, 2015

	Updated to supress warning messages

Version 2.2.14 - June 22, 2015

	Handle Select2 comma separated values in WooCommerce 2.3 and newer

Version 2.2.13 - June 20, 2015

	Tweaks for admin settings when using WooCommerce 2.3 or newer

Version 2.2.12 - September 9, 2014

	Added check for empty $product object in the settings area

Version 2.2.11 - April 23, 2014

	Fixed typo in variable name

Version 2.2.10 - April 9, 2014

	Updated checks to ensure shipping country is always examined before allowing functions to run

Version 2.2.9 - March 5, 2014

	Fixed settings page detection for WooCommerce 2.1 that caused scripts to not load when expected

Version 2.2.8 - March 3, 2014

	WooCommerce 2.1 compatibility
	Fixed CSS and deprecated functions for WC 2.1

Version 2.2.7 - December 19, 2013

	Fixed issue with free shipping availability under certain conditions. 

Version 2.2.6 - December 6, 2013

	Fixed initialization sequence to better detect when to the delete the WC shipping cache 

Version 2.2.5 - November 26, 2013

	Added code to detect checkout AJAX to assess free shipping eligiblity based on plugin settings.

Version 2.2.4 - November 21, 2013

	Fixed saving and displaying product selections for rule processing

Version 2.2.3 - November 20, 2013

	In-house modifications for special shipping conditions related to specific table rate conditions. ** This is not support for Table Rate Shipping **

Version 2.2.2 - November 20, 2013

	Fixed variable type checking
	Fixed the settings link to use the proper URL to the plugin settings

Version 2.2.1 - November 12, 2013

	Supressed harmless PHP warning message.

Version 2.1 - October 22, 2013

	Tweaks to operational behavior model

	Initial public release
Version 1.0 

	Private in-house development

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