WooCommerce Advanced Quantity Wordpress
WooCommerce Advanced Quantity plugin allows you to control how the quantity field works for products
WooCommerce Advanced Quantity v2.4.5
Complete quantity control
The WooCommerce Advanced Quantity plugin allows you to control how the quantity field works for products.
Immediately after installation, you can change the minimum value of the quantity field, you can set the maximum value, you can change the interval between each step in the quantity field, you can set a standard value for the quantity fields and you can add a price suffix.
This gives you many options to control the amount of each product a customer can buy. Made by Morning Train.
Allow incomplete number
You can allow decimal numbers as quantities (ideal for shops selling food, textiles, or other items measured by weight or length / height - piece items). For example, let your customers buy a tenth of a product; 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, ..., or let them buy only half of the products: 0.5, 1, 1.5, ...
Control the interval between each step
You can choose the interval between each step, allowing you to control how many products the customer has to buy at a time (ideal for shops with groceries packed in bags with X products in each package). For example, make sure the customer only buys 5, 10, 15, ... pieces.
Set the minimum amount
You can set the minimum quantity that the customer must buy (ideal for wholesalers - wholesale goods). For example, setting the minimum value to 10 means your customers must buy at least 10 pieces of the product.
Set the maximum amount
You can control how many items a customer can buy for each order (ideal for limited offers). For example, setting the maximum value to 30 means that a customer can only buy 30 of these items per order.
Set the default value
You can set a default value for quantity fields. For example, setting the default value to 7 means that the quantity fields display 7, but you can still buy less or more than 7.
Set price suffix
You can set the price suffix. This is the text that will be displayed behind the price. For example, if you set the price suffix "kg" it will show that text behind the price.