WooCommerce Vendor Stores

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Need a way to let product vendors sell items on your site?

Want to build a multi-vendor marketplace?

WooCommerce Vendor Stores lets you build a multi-vendor store where you control who can sign up to become a product vendor and sell items on your site. Want to build a site like eBay, Amazon, Etsy, Creative Market, or Envato where the site operators take a portion of the money for everything sold? No problem. WooCommerce Vendor Stores lets you do that. Set up your own multi-vendor marketplace fast and easy.

We selectively surveyed various people, listened to your requests, incorporated the desired features, expanded upon that with more ideas, and created what is unquestionably the most powerful product vendor stores plugin available anywhere at any price. Read about all the features and learn what it can do for you.

With the following details we’re going to explain to how you how this plugin works in great detail – please read the entire explanation carefully.

Here’s how it works:

You selectively turn on the ability for people to register on your site and apply to become a vendor using a simple button on their My Account page. When that button is clicked you get a notice that someone wants to become a vendor and selectively approve or deny their request. When you approve a request the person whom you approved immediately gets a welcome message with a link to their new store on your site. At that point they can login, set a store title and description, upload a logo, and start posting products for sale. And, if you have our WooCommerce Auctions Pro plugin installed they could optionally post auctions too if that’s what you want.

Or if you don’t want people to post their own products on your site you can set the plugin to disallow public requests to become vendors and optionally post products for your hand picked product vendors instead.

In either case, after you have products published that are associated with a given vendor shoppers come to the site and buy those products. When the order is paid for you can either pay the vendors instantly using one of our payment gateways, or you can optionally hold their commission for processing at a later time. Instant payments currently work with our PayPal Adaptive Payments plugin and our Stripe plugin. Note that you must use our payment gateways if you want to do instant payments, or you can optionally use any payment gateway you want and pay your vendors using the Mass Pay payments features built into WooCommerce Vendor Stores, or pay vendors using any other method that works for you.

You control how much commission each vendor gets when their items sell. You can set a global commission that applies to all vendors, or set different commissions for different vendors, and even override commission amounts on a per product basis. You also have the ability to define commission amounts in dollars ( or whichever currency your site uses ) or as a percentage. And to add another level of flexibility you can also choose whether the commission amount is for your site or the vendor or product.

Shipping for Vendors

You might wonder how you’d handle giving your vendors any shipping fees for their items. WooCommerce Vendors Stores can handle that for you. You can easily enable a setting in the plugin that causes any shipping fees and taxes associated with an order item to be given directly to the vendor of the item.

The shipping feature currently works with the Local Delivery and International Delivery methods built into WooCommerce, and it works with Per Product Shipping ( available from WooThemes ), but ….

You can also use IgniteWoo’s UPS Drop Shipping, and our Fedex Drop Shipping Pro, our USPS Drop Shipping Pro, our Australia Post & Drop Shipping, and our Table Rate Shipping Pro plugins to ensure your vendors get the shipping costs for their items. And, with our Table Rate Shipping Pro plugin you don’t need Per Product Shipping from WooThemes because our Table Rate Shipping Pro does everything Per Product shipping does — and a whole lot more.

You can also use our PDF Invoices & Packing Slips Pro plugin to allow your vendors to print packing slips directly from their orders.

No other product vendor plugin can do all that!

Vendors can add tracking numbers to their orders. The vendor can select the shipper from a list of nearly 30 shippers worldwide or enter a custom shipper name if they need to. Vendors also enter a tracking number and shipping date, and check a box if they want the tracking number sent the customer.  The tracking data is added to the order as a customer note, and added as order item meta, which lets the shopper see this information underneath every item in their order. And, when the shopper views the order on their My Account page any tracking data in the order is displayed along with a clickable link to track the order online.

Vendors can also set a custom order status for the order. The status appears in the order item meta, so the shopper can easily see the status of each item in their order.

See the related screenshots in the Vendor Order section below.

Taxes for Vendors

Your can easily ensure that vendors receive the taxes related to their items. Just turn on that setting, adjust global tax tables and you’re done. No extra plugins are required for delivering the taxes to vendors.

If you want to allow your vendors to set their own tax tables for their products they can do that too. Here’s an example of the vendors’ tax table settings page:

WooCommerce Vendor Stores - Vendor Tax Table
WooCommerce Vendor Stores – Vendor Tax Table


Posting Vendor Products

If you allow vendors to post products on your site then they do that the same way you would — by accessing the WordPress admin area. But, there are tight controls in place so product vendors only have access to their own products and associated media files.

The plugin gives you a considerable amount of control over what types of product data that vendors can use. For example, you probably know that by default WooCommerce lets you publish simple, variable, grouped, and external products. You can selectively disable any of those product types for vendors. The same holds true to most other aspects of products. For example, you can disable the ability for vendors to post downloadable or virtual products, block their access to various product data tabs such as inventory, attributes, shipping, advanced, and linked products. And you can limit their ability to use the SKU and tax settings.

Keep in mind these limitations might not currently work with 3rd party plugins. However, the plugin settings page lets you add custom CSS that loads on the product edit page so you can hide any fields you like by using their associated CSS class name or CSS ID.

Another powerful feature related to posting products is the ability for you to review every product before it goes live on your site. When a vendor posts a new product the plugin sends you an email telling you about that new posting. You can then review it and decide whether or not you want to publish it. That might become tedious if you have many vendors posting a lot of products, and we realize that, so we’ve added a helpful feature that lets you set a trust threshold level that grants vendors automatic approval for all new products that they post. The level corresponds to the number of published products a vendor already has. For example, you can set the level to 5, and when the vendor has 5 products published with your approval then any new products they post are automatically published. Taking the trust concept a step further, you can selectively add product vendors to a Trusted Vendors list in the product settings. Any vendor in that list gets their products published immediately. Both of these features take a huge burden off you as a site administrator.

Posting Vendor Coupons

This feature only works with WooCommerce 2.1.x or newer.  Vendors can manage their own coupons on your site if you enable this option in the plugin settings. Vendors configure and publish coupons exactly as an administrator or shop manager would, except that vendors can only edit their own coupons and no others. In addition vendors can only configure the following settings of a coupon: Type ( product discount or product percentage discount , no other types are currently allowed ), coupon amount, expiration date, usage limit per user, limit usage per coupon, included and excluded products ( but only product that belong to the vendor ), and email restrictions. No other coupon settings available in WooCommerce coupons are available for vendors to adjust!

Product Vendor Stores

On the public side of your site each vendor has their own store. The stores are built using a custom taxonomy in WordPress and WooCommerce. This means you can develop custom theme template files specifically for vendor stores. Refer to the WordPress theme documentation for details on custom templates for custom taxonomies.

In terms of viewing vendor stores on your site, you have control over some of the data that might be displayed. For example, you can turn on features that display a “Sold by” label on the product page, add a tab that displays the vendor’s information, add a contact tab complete with super strong captcha technology that lets shoppers ask vendors questions, and more. You can also turn on features that show “Sold by” in the cart and checkout pages for each vendor product in the cart, and also turn on a feature that adds “Sold by” to a shopper’s email receipt.


WooCommerce Product Vendor Stores - Sold By Indicator in Cart
WooCommerce Product Vendor Stores – Sold By Indicator in Cart


There’s also a widget that can be added to your store sidebar. The widget only shows up on individual product pages and displays the vendor’s logo, store name, and store description, and has a link to the vendor’s store on your site. This works similar to the “See seller’s other items” link you see on eBay auctions.

WooCommerce Product Vendor Store - Public View
WooCommerce Product Vendor Store – Public View


WooCommerce Product Vendor Store - Public Product View
WooCommerce Product Vendor Store – Public Product View


As you can see in the screenshot above, the plugin allows to you enable a Seller tab to display the sellers logo and store description, and optionally enable an “Ask a Question” tab if you want. The:”Ask a Question” tab is  a built-in feature of Vendors Stores. – no extra plugins required! On the tab is a simple contact form that uses a super strong captcha from Google’s Recaptcha service. The screenshot below shows an example of the Ask a Question tab:


WooCommerce Product Vendor Stores - Ask Seller a Question
WooCommerce Product Vendor Stores – Ask Seller a Question


Product Vendor Dashboard

WooCommerce Vendor Stores comes with a slick frontend dashboard designed to give your vendors quick and easy access to their store settings, sales reports, and order information. Insert the dashboard anywhere on your site that you like using a simple shortcode, or use the Vendor Dashboard page that is automatically created when the plugin when you activate the plugin.

WooCommerce Vendor Stores - Product Vendor Dashboard
WooCommerce Vendor Stores – Product Vendor Dashboard


Vendors also have access to backend admin area dashboard. The backend dashboard is where vendors can adjust their store settings ( store title, description, logo, payment information, etc ). The backend is also where vendors can post new products, edit products, or delete products, and review their sales reports.

Below is an example of what that area looks like, this particular image shows the store settings that each vendor has control over.  You can enable or disable the vendor’s ability to use HTML in their store description, and optionally disable logos if you don’t want vendor’s putting logos on their stores. You can also disable payment gateway fields if you don’t want to allow vendors to connect a payment gateway to their account on your site.

WooCommerce Product Vendor Store Settings
WooCommerce Product Vendor Store Settings


Vendor Orders

When products are sold on your site each vendors whose items are in the order receive email telling them about their new order. This email looks similar to the standard WooCommerce “new order” email that site operators receive, except that the email sent to the vendor only contains information about their items and no one else’s items. You can also control whether vendors can see the customer’s email address, phone number, and address information.

Vendors see a list of their orders in their dashboard and can view the order details, and even add comments to the order. Comments can be private – for vendors and admins only – or for customers, in which case the comment is emailed to the customer when the comment is posted by the vendor.

WooCommerce Vendor Stores - Product Vendor's Order Details
WooCommerce Vendor Stores – Product Vendor’s Order Details


When vendors view an order they can review it, add order notes, and add shipment tracking information. They can also click the tracking link to track their own orders if they need to. ( See the screenshot below for what the shipment and order status settings look like.)  After a vendor add shiping info, or sets and order status, that information appears in the shoppers order so when they view the order online they can see that data. And the same information appears when editing an order in the admin area of your site, so you can review if you necessary.

Take note that each vendor who has items in the order can set an order status for the items. The status is stored with the item in the order, so when a shopper reviews their order they can see the status of every item in the order.

WooCommerce Vendor Store - Order Status and Shipment Settings
WooCommerce Vendor Store – Order Status and Shipment Settings


Here’s a screenshot of what shoppers see when viewing their order online after a vendor sets a status and/or adds shipment information:

WooCommerce Vendor Stores - Customer's View of an Order
WooCommerce Vendor Stores – Customer’s View of an Order


Product Vendor Reports

Of course you’ll want to know how much money you’re making and how much your vendors make. WooCommerce Vendor Stores  comes with detailed commission tracking interface that records every commission and shows you the amount and whether it is paid or unpaid.  Plus,  the plugin includes reports that give you this information. And, your vendors get access to scaled down reports that pertain only to their items. The screenshots below are an example of what the reports might look like.


WooCommerce Vendor Store - Sales Overview
WooCommerce Vendor Store – Sales Overview


WooCommerce Vendor Store - Recent Commission
WooCommerce Vendor Store – Recent Commission


WooCommerce Vendor Store - Vendor Commissions
WooCommerce Vendor Store – Vendor Commissions


WooCommerce Vendor Store - Vendor Product Sales
WooCommerce Vendor Store – Vendor Product Sales


WooCommerce Vendor Store - Product Vendor Sales
WooCommerce Vendor Store – Product Vendor Sales

Vendor’s can see similar reports, with the exception of recent commissions, which only admins and store manager can see.

Paying Vendor Commissions

An obvious question is “How do I pay my product vendors when their items sell?” We’ve given you a ton of flexibility so you have numerous choices.

First lets review how vendor commission are recorded. Any time a sale takes place on your site the entire order is checked to determine if any items in the order are being sold by a vendor on your site. Then, when shopper actually makes payment the payment gateway checks all items in the order to determine if each one is sold by vendor. If an item is sold by a vendor then the gateway calculates how much money the vendor should receive for that item ( based on your configured commission settings ), and also checks to see if the vendor has their related payment gateway account connected to their account on your site.  If they do then the gateway can pay them instantly if you’ve enabled that option, and the gateway notes that the amount due is being paid instantly.  The gateway also calculates how much of the item sale price is due to your site and adds that amount to the total amount due to your store. And if they don’t have the related payment gateway account connected to their account on your site,, or you’ve disabled the instant payments options, then the vendor cannot be paid instantly and the gateway notes that the amount due is unpaid. If an item isn’t sold by a vendor then the gateway adds the entire item amount to the amount due to your site itself. After the order payment process completes, all commissions for vendors are recorded in the database as either paid or unpaid.

So that’s the basic flow of the payment process and payment record keeping. With that in mind you have options as how you want to pay your vendors.

Option 1: Instantly pay vendors using one of the following payment gateway plugins available from IgniteWoo: PayPal Adaptive Payments, Stripe Payments, or WePay ( currently being modified to support Vendor Stores ). When vendors connect their respective user account on your site to one of the above gateways your site can send them payment instantly every time they sell an item. If vendors opt not to connect their payment account then their commissions are recorded as “unpaid” and you can process those payments whenever you prefer. Make careful note that at this time WooCommerce Vendor Stores can only split payment when you use IgniteWoo’s PayPal Adaptive Payments, Stripe Payments, and WePay gateways. This feature does not work with similar payment gateways built by other developers.  We’re currently working on adding Vendor Stores support to our WePay plugin and will release an updated version as soon as we finish development.

Option 2: Disable instant payments, use any payment gateways you prefer to collect payments from shoppers,  and pay vendors automatically at whatever interval you prefer using PayPal Mass Pay, which is included with the Vendor Stores plugin. This option requires that vendors have a PayPal account and configure their PayPal account email address into their store settings. You can enable an option in plugin that requires vendors to enter their PayPal email address, and they are not allowed to post products for sale unless that address is provided. Mass Pay requires that you have a PayPal Business or PayPal Premier account.

Option 3: Disable instant payments, use any payment gateways you prefer to collect payments from shoppers, and pay vendors manually using PayPal Mass Pay, which is included with the Vendor Stores plugin. You can view all vendor commissions using the plugin’s Commissions admin page and export a CSV file of all unpaid commissions, then import that into the Mass Pay interface within your PayPal account to deliver all due commissions.  This option requires that vendors have a PayPal account and configure their PayPal account email address into their store settings. You can enable an option in plugin that requires vendors to enter their PayPal email address, and they are not allowed to post products for sale unless that address is provided. Mass Pay requires that you have a PayPal Business or PayPal Premier account.

Option 4: Disable instant payments, use any payment gateways you prefer to collect payments from shoppers, and pay vendors manually using any method of delivering payment that you prefer. Again, you can view all vendor commissions using the plugin’s Commissions admin page and export a CSV file of all unpaid commissions. You can use that CSV to handle your manual payment processing and then mark those commissions as paid. So for example, maybe you want to mail vendors a check each month, or pay them with your bank card somehow, etc.

More Information About Vendor Stores

If you have any questions about this plugin, including your particular payment needs, please contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss them with you.

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Compatibility: WooCommerce 2.1 and newer

Current Version: 2.2.31



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 2.2.31 - October 3, 2016

	Fixed script enqueuing for the admin area related to jQuery Chosen

Version 2.2.30 - September 10, 2016

	Added missing new order notice subject which sometimes prevented vendors from receiving new order noticesr

Version 2.2.29 - July 11, 2016

	Updated script file names for Chosen and Ajax Chosen

Version 2.2.28 - April 27, 2016

	Removed debug code related to recording commissions

Version 2.2.27 - February 21, 2016

	Tweaked tax class setting JS when editing a product

Version 2.2.26 - February 6, 2016

	Update order processing to suppress possible warning messages

Version 2.2.25 - November 5, 2015

	Corrected PHP versioning syntax issue

Version 2.2.24 - November 4, 2015

	Added support to display custom order numbers on the commissions page when the the Sequential Order Numbers plugin is in use on the site
	Added new widget to display a list of existing vendor stores for vendors who have products that are published and not hidden from the catalog
	Updated documentation regarding the two widgets included with the plugin

Version 2.2.23 - November 3, 2015

	Add support to make the vendor base URL slug translatable in context
	Updated processing for the "Give vendor shipping" option to reflect proper commission total 

Version 2.2.22 - October 15, 2015

	Updated to support Shipping Per Product v2 from WooThemes

Version 2.2.21 - September 14, 2015

	Updated HTML and CSS for admins editing product settings

Version 2.2.20 - September 8, 2015

	Updated JS code for the datepicker in vendor reports

Version 2.2.19 - September 3, 2015

	Updated output buffer cleanup call for sending new order emails to vendors. Helps prevent JSON problems at checkout when using WooCommerce 2.4.x and PHP 5.5.x

Version 2.2.18 - July 1, 2015

	Updated the vendor_store_order_details.php template to use add_query_arg()

Version 2.2.17 - May 22, 2015

	Check for WooCommerce 2.2 due to shipping settings changes

Version 2.2.16 - April 27, 2015

	Tweaked coupon processing
	Fixed saving commission amount when editing a product

Version 2.2.15 - April 23, 2015

	Fixed commission retrieval to use global fallback when other commission settings are empty
	Changed product commission field from number to text to allow for percentage input
	Modified JS used for when vendors add a new tax rate to their table

Version 2.2.14 - April 21, 2015

	Added feature for vendors to optionally set their own tax tables

Version 2.2.13 - March 25, 2015

	Added setting to disable sending vendors new order notices via email

Version 2.2.12 - February 25, 2015

	Updated shop vendor product setting to prepare for WordPress 4.2 and newer

Version 2.2.11 - February 22, 2015

	Suppress PHP warning messages in My Account and admin area
	Fixed a typo in the product settings

Version 2.2.10 - February 16, 2015

	Updated vendor association with products to support term split handling in WordPress 4.2+

Version 2.2.9 - February 6, 2015

	Updated JS libs for reporting
	Updated vendor's dashboard widget
	Adjusted CSV export code to format order line item total per the site's currency config

Version 2.2.8 - December 14, 2014

	Suppress PHP warning message

Version 2.2.7 - November 20, 2014

	Tweaked for MassPay commission payments
	Tweaked ajax product search filtering for admins manually adding commissions
	Added new setting to allow subtracting X amount from a vendor payment when automatically processing payments via Mass Pay

Version 2.2.6 - November 5, 2014

	Updated recaptcha to detect SSL use on the site so that Google scripts load in the right security context

Version 2.2.5 - October 13, 2014

	Added additional recipient email address fallback check for use when a user requests vendor access
	Tweaked init function to run further code if logo width or height are empty
	Added filter for additional email headers in the vendor new order email

Version 2.2.4 - October 8, 2014

	Tweaked CSS related to display of SKU field being turned off in Vendor Stores

Version 2.2.3 - September 28, 2014

	Updated vendor orders template for use with WooCommerce 2.2.x

Version 2.2.2 - September 26, 2014

	Updated order statuses when getting orders for vendor's dashboard view

Version 2.2.1 - September 25, 2014

	Updated order note commenting for vendors

Version 2.2 - September 18, 2014

	WooCommerce 2.2 compatibility

Version 2.1.18 - July 28, 2014

	Don't trim decimal, and round to decimal places during commission export processing

Version 2.1.17 - July 28, 2014

	Updated function call within the Mass Pay code base

Version 2.1.16 - July 16, 2014

	Tweaked commission total to display amount + shipping + tax when necessary

	Ensure vendor store description is sent through the wpautop() function

Version 2.1.15 - June 22, 2014

	Updated compatibility with IgniteWoo's drop shipping extensions

Version 2.1.14 - June 11, 2014

	Better support for variations when Per Product Shipping is in use

Version 2.1.13 - June 10, 2014

	Updated to support the global rate for Per Product Shipping when no per-product rate is defined

Version 2.1.12 - June 8, 2014

	Further enhancements to support coupons for vendors
	Tweak to fix shipping calculation error that occurred in some instances

Version 2.1.11 - May 30, 2014

	Added support for vendors to manage their own coupons. Current users of this plugin should be sure to read the updated documentation! ONLY WORKS WITH WooCommerce 2.1.x or newer

Version 2.1.10 - May 21, 2014

	Updated checks to determine if an admin notice should be sent regarding a new vendor product posting 

Version 2.1.9 - May 14, 2014

	Removed div wrapper on inquiry form to eliminate JS issues with some browsers

Version 2.1.8 - May 12, 2014

	Tweaked admin CSS for WP 3.9

Version 2.1.7 - May 12, 2014

	Check variable before processing to avoid PHP warning messages on hosts that don't suppress debug output even when WP_DEBUG mode is off.

Version 2.1.5 - May 5, 2014

	Fixed CSV commission export regarding vendor's PayPal email address - hat tip to Louis at Connected CMS

Version 2.1.4 - May 5, 2014

	Fixed language in templates

Version 2.1.3 - April 28, 2014

	Added shipping tax to the vendor commission when the related tax and shipping settings are enabled

Version 2.1.2 - April 17, 2014

	Removed the WooCommerce Status widget from the WordPress dashboard when a vendor is logged into their account

Version 2.1.1 - April 4, 2014

	Updated to support IgniteWoo's PDF Invoices & Packing Slips - vendors can print packing slips from their dashboard

	Fixed intermittent bug where order items not be detected as belonging to a vendor
	Fixed "Sold by" in emails for WooCommerce 2.1.x
	Updated custom order status change Ajax

Version 2.1 - April 3, 2014

	Added the ability for vendors to set a custom order status for their orders
	Added the ability for vendors to add tracking numbers to their orders
	Tweaked support for drop shipping
	Fixed issues that might occur in some cases when getting shipping fees for vendors

Version 2.0.40 - March 29, 2014

	Updated to support IgniteWoo's drop shipping plugins for vendors ( Table Rates, UPS, Fedex, and future support for any of our drop shipping plugins )

Version 2.0.39 - March 28, 2014

	Updated to handle Quick Edit screen. Vendor assignment cannot currently be set via Quick Edit

Version 2.0.38 - March 27, 2014

	Updated to support IgniteWoo's UPS Drop Shipping plugin for giving vendors the shipping cost per item

Version 2.0.37 - March 11, 2014

	Tweak to avoid clashing with the Groups plugin
	Tweak to forcibly disallow administrators from becoming vendors

Version 2.0.36 - March 11, 2014

	Added object checking in the commissions table in case a product cannot be loaded by ID number
	Fixed CSV export for WooCommerce 2.1.x compatibility

Version 2.0.35 - February 25, 2014

	Added setting to support Auctions Pro, admins can disallow auction owners from bidding on their own auctions
	Added setting to include shipping when calculating commissions. When enabled commission is calculated against ( line total + shipping )
	Updated templates to include consideration for the new "Include Shipping" setting.
	Fixed shipping calculations for WooCommerce 2.1

Version 2.0.34 - February 24, 2014

	Updated a template file to support WooCommerce 2.1

Version 2.0.33 - February 11, 2014

	Updated reports for vendors to support WooCommerce 2.1

Version 2.0.32 - February 10, 2014

	Fixed a function name typo
	Various code clean up

Version 2.0.31 - February 10, 2014

	Tweaked setting detection for determining if vendors can publish products without review

Version 2.0.30 - February 7, 2014

	Tweaked numeric displays to remove "number_format" function call formerly used when viewing the commission table

Version 2.0.29 - January 22, 2014

	WooCommerce 2.1 compatibility

Version 2.0.28 - January 19, 2014

	Tweaked setting field name
	Tweaked processing for vendor access setting. Formerly might not have always showed a button to request vendor access when mode is set to automatic.

Version 2.0.27 - January 12, 2014

	Tweaked new product notice processing

Version 2.0.26 - January 6, 2014

	Tweaked CSS display status of the product tax fields

Version 2.0.25 - January 6, 2014

	Tweaked function name in widget code

Version 2.0.24 - January 3, 2014

	Added item meta details to vendor order email

Version 2.0.23 - December 31, 2013

	Remove native WP HTML filters during saves of store description.

Version 2.0.22 - December 30, 2013

	Tweaked tab processing to always return $tabs

Version 2.0.21 - November 30, 2013

	Fixed field naming issue when HTML is allowed in vendor store descriptions

Version 2.0.20 - November 28, 2013

	Fixed incorrect function call to obtain theme direction literal path

Version 2.0.19 - November 26, 2013

	Ensure necessary classes are loaded during PayPal IPN requests.

Version 2.0.18 - November 25, 2013

	Intercept POST vars and unset shop vendor when editing a product, this prevents WordPress from interfering since we set the object relationships using our own code.

Version 2.0.17 - November 21, 2013

	Fixed type casting of the shop vendor taxonomy ID when used editing a product

Version 2.0.16 - November 14, 2013

	Fixed "Reports" link parameters in the vendor dashboard 

Version 2.0.15 - November 14, 2013

	Fixed request variable name that was incorrectly changed in a previous update

Version 2.0.14 - November 11, 2013

	Initial public release
Version 2.0.12 - September 29, 2013

	Added "Sold by" labels to cart and order emails

Version 2.0 - September 21, 2013

	Added new vendor reports

	Added new template files

	Updated vendor dashboard
	Add the ability for vendors to add order notes

Version 1.0 - August 14, 2013

	Initial development complete

	Put into private use and testing

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