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Product Quantity for WooCommerce

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Description

Product Quantity for WooCommerce plugin lets you manage product quantities for order (i.e. cart) in WooCommerce. You can set minimum / maximum / step / fixed product quantities in a lot of ways, like:

  • Cart total min/max quantity – will check minimum and/or maximum quantity for all products in cart (i.e. sum of all quantities).
  • Per item quantity – will check minimum and/or maximum quantity for each product in cart. This value is applied to all products (i.e. same minimum and/or maximum quantity for each item).
  • Per item quantity on per product basis – similar to “Per item quantity”, but lets you set different minimum and/or maximum quantity for every product. Works with variable products (i.e. different quantities can be set for each variation).
  • Fixed quantities per product: You can allow / disallow specific quantity/quantities for a specific product, or all products at once.
  • Fixed quantity on cart level: Regardless of what products are in cart, you can set specific quantity/quantities that are only allowed in cart.
  • Specify min / max / fixed quantities per category: This can let you specify total number as min/max/fixed for all products under the same category.

Product Quantity for WooCommerce plugin also includes these features:

  • Enabling decimal quantities in WooCommerce,
  • Replacing standard WooCommerce quantity number input with dropdown,
  • Setting exact (i.e. fixed) allowed or disallowed quantities (as comma separated list),
  • Validating and (optionally) correcting quantities on add to cart button click,
  • Forcing initial quantity on single product page and/or archives to either min or max quantity,
  • Setting quantity input style,
  • Customizing messages your customer sees,
  • Enabling/disabling cart notices,
  • Optionally stopping customer from reaching the checkout page on wrong quantities,
  • Adding product quantity info on single product and/or archive pages.

Product Quantity Options

Plugin settings are located in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity”.

Product Quantity for WooCommerce
Enabled/disables the plugin. May help if you want to configure plugin’s settings, before applying it on frontend.
Default: yes

General Options



Product Quantity for WooCommerce - General Options
Decimal quantities
If enabled you will be able to enter decimal quantities in step, min, max etc. quantity options.
Default: no
'Add to cart' validation
Possible values: Do not validate; Validate and add notices; Validate and auto-correct quantities.
Default: Do not validate
'Add to cart' validation: Step auto-correct
Ignored unless “Validate and auto-correct quantities” option is selected above. Possible values: Round; Round up; Round down.
Default: Round
Cart notices
Enables/disables customer notices on the cart page.
Default: no
Block checkout page
Stops customer from reaching the checkout page on wrong quantities. Customer will be redirected to the cart page.
Default: no

Force Quantity Options



Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Force Quantity Options
Force initial quantity on single product page
Possible values: Do not force; Force to min quantity; Force to max quantity.
Default: Do not force
Force initial quantity on archives
Possible values: Do not force; Force to min quantity; Force to max quantity.
Default: Do not force
Force minimum quantity
Will force all minimum quantities to
1. This includes cart items, grouped products etc. Ignored if “Minimum quantity” section is enabled.
Default: no

Variable Products Options



Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Variable Products Options
Load all variations
For compatibility with some other plugins, e.g. with “YITH WooCommerce Quick View” plugin.
Default: no
On variation change
Possible values: Do nothing; Reset to min quantity; Reset to max quantity.
Default: Do nothing
Sum variations
Default: no

Minimum Quantity Options

Settings are located in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Minimum Quantity”.



Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Minimum Quantity Options
Minimum quantity
Enables/disables minimum quantity for products.
Default: no
Cart total minimum quantity
This will set minimum total cart quantity. Set to zero to disable.
Default: 0
Cart total minimum quantity: Message
Message to be displayed to customer when minimum cart total quantity is not reached. Replaced values:
%min_cart_total_quantity%,
%cart_total_quantity%.
Default:
Minimum allowed order quantity is %min_cart_total_quantity%. Your current order quantity is %cart_total_quantity%.
Per item minimum quantity: All products
This will set minimum per item quantity (for all products). Set to zero to disable.
Default: 0
Per item minimum quantity: Per product
This will add “Product Quantity” meta box to each product’s edit page.
Default: no


Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Per product minimum quantity
Per item minimum quantity: Message
Message to be displayed to customer when minimum per item quantity is not reached. Replaced values:
%product_title%,
%min_per_item_quantity%,
%item_quantity%.
Default:
Minimum allowed quantity for %product_title% is %min_per_item_quantity%. Your current item quantity is %item_quantity%.

Maximum Quantity Options

Settings are located in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Maximum Quantity”.



Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Maximum Quantity Options
Maximum quantity
Enables/disables maximum quantity for products.
Default: no
Cart total maximum quantity
This will set maximum total cart quantity. Set to zero to disable.
Default: 0
Cart total maximum quantity: Message
Message to be displayed to customer when maximum cart total quantity is exceeded. Replaced values:
%max_cart_total_quantity%,
%cart_total_quantity%.
Default:
Maximum allowed order quantity is %max_cart_total_quantity%. Your current order quantity is %cart_total_quantity%.
Per item maximum quantity: All products
This will set maximum per item quantity (for all products). Set to zero to disable.
Default: 0
Per item maximum quantity: Per product
This will add “Product Quantity” meta box to each product’s edit page.
Default: no


Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Per product maximum quantity
Per item maximum quantity: Message
Message to be displayed to customer when maximum per item quantity is exceeded. Replaced values:
%product_title%,
%max_per_item_quantity%,
%item_quantity%.
Default:
Maximum allowed quantity for %product_title% is %max_per_item_quantity%. Your current item quantity is %item_quantity%.

Quantity Step Options

Settings are located in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Quantity Step”.



Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Quantity Step Options
Quantity step
Enables/disables quantity step for products.
Default: no
Cart total quantity
This will set step for total cart quantity. Set to zero to disable.
Default: 0
Cart total quantity: Message
Message to be displayed to customer when cart total quantity step is wrong. Replaced values:
%step_cart_total_quantity%,
%cart_total_quantity%.
Default:
Quantity total cart step is %step_cart_total_quantity%. Your current order quantity is %cart_total_quantity%.
Per item quantity step: All products
This will set quantity step for all products. Set to zero to disable.
Default: 0
Per item quantity step: Per product
This will add “Product Quantity” meta box to each product’s edit page.
Default: no
Per item quantity step: Message
Message to be displayed to customer when quantity step is incorrect. Replaced values:
%product_title%,
%quantity_step%,
%quantity%.
Default:
Quantity step for %product_title% is %quantity_step%. Your current quantity is %quantity%.

Fixed Quantity Options

“Fixed (i.e. Exact) Quantity” settings are located in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Fixed Quantity”.



Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Fixed Quantity Options
Allowed quantity: Enable section
Enables/disables “Allowed quantity” section.
Default: no
Allowed quantity: All products
Allowed quantities as comma separated list, e.g.:
3,7,9. You can also use ranges here, e.g.:
[10-500|5] (i.e. from 10 to 500 with step 5). Ignored if empty.
Default: None
Allowed quantity: Per product
This will add meta box to each product’s edit page.
Default: no
Allowed quantity: Message
Message to be displayed to customer on wrong allowed quantities. Replaced values:
%product_title%,
%allowed_quantity%,
%quantity%.
Default:
Allowed quantity for %product_title% is %allowed_quantity%. Your current quantity is %quantity%.
Disallowed quantity: Enable section
Enables/disables “Disallowed quantity” section.
Default: no
Disallowed quantity: All products
Disallowed quantities as comma separated list, e.g.:
3,7,9. You can also use ranges here, e.g.:
[10-500|5] (i.e. from 10 to 500 with step 5). Ignored if empty.
Default: None
Disallowed quantity: Per product
This will add meta box to each product’s edit page.
Default: no
Disallowed quantity: Message
Message to be displayed to customer on wrong disallowed quantities. Replaced values:
%product_title%,
%disallowed_quantity%,
%quantity%.
Default:
Disallowed quantity for %product_title% is %disallowed_quantity%. Your current quantity is %quantity%.

Quantity Dropdown Options

Settings are located in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Quantity Dropdown”. Will replace standard WooCommerce quantity number input with dropdown. Please note that maximum quantity value must be set for the product (either via “Maximum Quantity” section or e.g. by setting maximum available product stock quantity or with “Max value fallback” option below).



Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Quantity Dropdown Options
Quantity as dropdown
Enables/disables “Quantity as dropdown” section.
Default: no
Max value fallback
Will be used if no maximum quantity is set for the product and always for variable products. Ignored if set to zero.
Default: 0
Dropdown label template: Singular
Replaced value:
%qty%. For example try
%qty% item
Default: %qty%
Dropdown label template: Plural
Replaced value:
%qty%. For example try
%qty% items
Default: %qty%
Labels per product
This will add “Product Quantity” meta box to each product’s edit page.
Default: no

Quantity Dropdown – Frontend

Before After

Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Quantity Dropdown - Frontend - Before

Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Quantity Dropdown - Frontend - After

Price Display by Quantity Options

Settings are located in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Price Display by Quantity”. With this section you can display product price for different quantities in real time (i.e. price is automatically updated when customer changes product’s quantity). Please note that this section will only work for simple type products. Please note that this section is not designed to change product prices – if you need to change product’s price depending on quantity in cart, we suggest using our
Wholesale Pricing for WooCommerce plugin.



Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Price Display by Quantity Options
Price display by quantity
Enables/disables “Price display by quantity” section.
Default: no
Template
You can use HTML here. Placeholders:
%price%,
%qty%.
Default:
%price% for %qty% pcs.

Quantity Info Options

Settings are located in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Quantity Info”. This section allows you to output product’s quantity info on frontend.



Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Quantity Info Options
Single product page
Adds quantity info on single product page.
Default: no
Single product page: Content
You can use HTML and/or shortcodes here. Available shortcodes:
[alg_wc_pq_min_product_qty],
[alg_wc_pq_max_product_qty],
[alg_wc_pq_product_qty_step].

Default:

        <p>[alg_wc_pq_min_product_qty before="Minimum quantity is <strong>" after="</strong>"][alg_wc_pq_max_product_qty before="Maximum quantity is <strong>" after="</strong>"][alg_wc_pq_product_qty_step before="Step is <strong>" after="</strong>"]</p>
      

Archives
Adds quantity info on archives.
Default: no
Archives: Content
You can use HTML and/or shortcodes here. Available shortcodes:
[alg_wc_pq_min_product_qty],
[alg_wc_pq_max_product_qty],
[alg_wc_pq_product_qty_step].

Default:

        <p>[alg_wc_pq_min_product_qty before="Minimum quantity is <strong>" after="</strong>"][alg_wc_pq_max_product_qty before="Maximum quantity is <strong>" after="</strong>"][alg_wc_pq_product_qty_step before="Step is <strong>" after="</strong>"]</p>
      

Quantity Info Frontend Example


Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Quantity Info - Frontend

Styling Options

Settings are located in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Styling”.



Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Styling Options
Quantity input style
Ignored if empty. E.g.:
width: 100px !important; max-width: 100px !important;
Default: None

Admin Options

Settings are located in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Admin”.



Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Admin Options
Admin columns
Will add quantity columns to admin products list.
Default: no
Columns
Leave blank to add all available columns. Possible values: Min Qty; Max Qty; Qty Step.
Default: None

Advanced Options

Settings are located in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Advanced”.



Product Quantity for WooCommerce - Advanced Options
JS Check Options: Force on change: Min/max quantity
Forces JavaScript check for min/max quantity (on change).
Default: no
JS Check Options: Force on change: Quantity step
Forces JavaScript check for quantity step (on change).
Default: no
JS Check Options: Force periodically: Min/max quantity
Forces JavaScript check for min/max quantity (periodically).
Default: no
JS Check Options: Force periodically: Quantity step
Forces JavaScript check for quantity step (periodically).
Default: no
JS Check Options: Force periodically: Period (ms)
Default: 1000
Order Item Meta Options: Save quantity in order item meta
Default: no
Order Item Meta Options: Save quantity in order item meta: Meta key
Default: _alg_wc_pq_qty
Rounding Options: Round on add to cart
Makes sense only if “Decimal quantities” option is enabled. Possible values: Do not round; Round; Round up; Round down.
Default: Do not round
Rounding Options: Round with JavaScript
Possible values: Do not round; Round; Round up; Round down.
Default: Do not round
Cart Options: Hide 'Update cart' button
Default: no

27 reviews for Product Quantity for WooCommerce

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    Miles (verified owner)

    Awesome products and even better support. Using the Advanced Quantity plugin allowed me to remove 2 other old plugins and when I needed support, Omar was a super hero. I’d give 10 stars if i could.

    Keep up the fantastic work guys.

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    Jane

    Brilliant plugin! Has allowed our fabric shop e-commerce sight to work in decimal quantities which was really important for our products.

    Amazing support whenever there’s been a problem – Omar has replied so quickly and been so helpful!

    Can’t recommend this/them enough!!

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    Alaid (verified owner)

    Product Quantity for WooCommerce is one of the best plugins that I have bought, it is very complete in its functions and each time they add improvements, it also has excellent support that attended me at all times until I resolved the issue I had, I liked it so much that I bought the Unlimited sites version with
    Lifetime updates and support.

    Congratulations on the excellent work done and I hope that further improvements will continue to be added.

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    Yassine Mili (verified owner)

    Plugin works well ! and the support is just excellent ! Thank you for your help Omar !

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    Anthony Quedeville (verified owner)

    Plugin works just as I expected. I had an issue with a section at first but it was solved quickly with a fix after some email exchanges. I bought the unlimited pro version and I will use it on all my woommerce websites I guess !

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    Kompakorn (verified owner)

    This plugin is work exactly as I need ,and you will get a hero support for bonus too!! ,thanks

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    j007 (verified owner)

    Nice plugin, perfect support.

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    idolyz (verified owner)

    Great plugin. Does exactly what it says and helped a lot with selling wine in quantities of 6 or 12. Also allowed me to sell individual items such as gift cards or event tickets. Highly recommend.

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    Joerg (verified owner)

    Great Plugin and awesome support by Omar! Thanks a lot!

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    Bolt

    We love this Plugin. Omar is one of those developers who cares about customer requests! Clean Code, Good Quality, a lot of options! Perfect!

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    Santiago Fernando Diez (verified owner)

    After try a lot of plugins which didn’t fit my expectations, I found this plugin and i only can say that is perfect. It does exactly what it promises and it do it in a brilliant way.
    This plugin has saved my web, Thank you!

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    Vincent Wondra (verified owner)

    The Product Quantity for WooCommerce plugin does exactly what we needed. We found a bug and the support team was amazing. They jumped all over it, communicated well, and issued a fix ahead of a time sensitive site launch.

    Bravo!

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    Toni Korpikannel (verified owner)

    Excellent Plugin and best customer support by Omar!!

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    Andrea Amadori (verified owner)

    Fantastic plugin and best support by Omar 🙂

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    Konstantinos Atsalis (verified owner)

    Hallo i have bought pro version and i cant get updates,why is that?

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    Greg

    Excellent Plugin with reliable and quick support, thanks!

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    berusnet (verified owner)

    Perfect plugin and great support !

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    j007 (verified owner)

    Nice plugin, perfect support. Thank you so much!

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    Chris Schoinas (verified owner)

    Excellent plugin with more functions than you can think of. Works like a treat and I haven’t encountered any bugs. Support is excellent too! Omar answered my questions and went above and beyond to solve a problem for me in zero time. One of the most useful plugins I have bought and the best service to match. Support this developer, he deserves it!

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    Kees (verified owner)

    The best customer support for a well developed plugin/extension I have ever encountered. Very fast responses and interactions. Omar is dedicated to solving a problem or extending the plugin to suit your needs. Many thanks! 5 stars for the superb plugin and another 5 stars for the support.

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    Klemen Kapel (verified owner)

    I would give six stars for support if possible
    Support and solutions are available almost immediately
    You really see the effort they take to solve the problem.
    The plugin is also great, works as it should, and in cases like mine, when some changes are needed you can rely on support

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    Lilian Domin (verified owner)

    Nice Plugin, perfect support and answer after just a few hours. Thanks!

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    Marc van Wageningen (verified owner)

    High quality, awesome plugin does exactly as described. Thanks!

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    DS (verified owner)

    Great plugin, even greater support by the author. Took the time to listen, investigate and even integrate a new feature on my request. In 10+ years of WordPress one of the best I dealt with. THX

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    Daryl Auclair (verified owner)

    The Product Quantity plugin is the best WooCommerce plugin I have found for customizing minimum and maximum quantities as well as setting step increments. I sell fabric by the yard in my woocommerce store, and I have tried EVERY plugin I could find that would allow me to sell decimal quantities through Woocommerce. There are not many options, and the other ones were very complex and did not provide an easy to use interface for my customers. This plugin on the other hand, the customer doesn’t even know its there, it integrates right in with the WooCommerce cart. Tom the developer keeps adding new features all the time, and best of all, he listens to his customers and provides excellent support when you need it. I highly recommend supporting the developer and purchasing the Pro version of this plugin.

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    Toby (verified owner)

    Best Quantity Plugin Ever. For sure. It solves problems all other Plugins aren´t able to think about. This is worth every penny. And the best on this Plugin is the awsome support. These guys know WordPress / Woocommerce like no one else and help you with every problem occuring on your very own shop including this plugin. They are super fast and super friendly. I would reccomend them to you! Stop Searching. Buy this Plugin in Pro Version!!!

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    rokas

    Excellent, easy to set up and use, just perfect!

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594 thoughts on "Product Quantity for WooCommerce"

  1. Hi.
    The “per unit” text after the price displays well on some pages such as shop or cart. However, it’s very important that this text is also shown in other places: the thank you page, the orders page within the WooCommerce panel, the “view order” page within the customer’s “my account” page and the emails sent (to the customer and to the owner of the store) and in fact, on each page where the quantity of a product is displayed.

    How can this be solved?

    Thank you!

  2. Hello,
    I just bought this item but ‘add to cart’ button is loading late. How can we solve that problem?

    1. Hi Ismail,

      Are you using a dropdown with too many options? Or maybe a conflict of settings that takes some computation time?

      I need to see the issue in order to support, with either wp-admin access or screenshots of settings you’re using, feel free to contact me at [email protected]

      Omar

  3. When I change my initial, minimum, & default quantity to below 0 (specifically 0.25) for quantity steps, the quantity does not appear correctly on my tables that are grouped by categories. That’s why I was asking about forcing initial categories so that the quantities below zero appear correctly on my tables.

    Please see the example below where these products should be at 0.25 but start at 1, note that it is correct on the product page – just not on the category page.

    http://market.celebrationdev.com/salads/

    1. Hi Justin,

      It might be related to the table used to generate this page, if you don’t mind, can I get wp-admin access to check? The settings work perfectly on default archive/category pages, but I need to check how this one is created.

      Omar

    2. What is your email so I can send credientials

    3. Sent you email with login details, please let me know when its fixed and what you did

  4. How do I force initial quantity on categories like on the product pages & archives? There is no option for that

    1. I need to be able to force by categories, not every single product

    2. Hi Justin,

      Do you mean what quantity appears on page load on category pages? It follows the archive setting (in General tab) unless you have a customized category page.

      Or you want to make the minimum quantity for all products in a category to have an exact value at once? Can you please explain a little more?

      Omar

    3. nevermind, I figured it out. thanks for the quick response.

    4. You welcome Justin.

      If you’re enjoying the plugin & found it helpful, it would be great if you can leave us a review 🙂

      Omar

  5. Hi, I simply wanted to add minimum quantities per product depending on the category. For example in the category “Shirts” every Shirt must be ordered 10 Times. I want to ma a short notice on the product page. I thought this was an easy feature of this plugin but I just can’t find out how to configure it that way. Can you help me?

    1. Hi Jörn,

      Yes that’s doable, you will need to enable “Per Category” under Minimum Quantity tab, then you will see a new field on Shirts category that says “Minimum Quantity for all products” where you will be able to define 10 there and it will force all that category products to be sold in min. of 10.

      For showing that on product page, you can use “Quantity Info” tab, should be easy to figure it out there, let me know if you need more help on this by sending more details on [email protected]

      Omar

  6. I have the pro plugin setup and working. The issue I am running into is when importing or exporting products. When I setup the export it will only show the first quantity set. I have it setup so I can set quantities per user role but this does not show up in the export. I am using wp all export and have also tried to stock export with woocommerce. Can someone please respond. I submitted another question below that I figured out but no one responded. I’m pretty sure paying for the pro plugin gave access to support. Let me know if you need further information.

    1. Hi Mike,

      Sorry if I missed a previous post from you, but with this username I can’t find another post from you.

      I haven’t tried exporting a WP installation using All-In-One Export with settings from the quantity plugin, so if you can clarify a bit more on “only show the first quantity set”, and how I can reproduce this case, I will be more than happy to help.

      Omar

  7. Hi there,
    I’m using the Pro version to set the Quantity Step per product (value is 1.44). This works great. I also have a Sample function, like a seperate add to cart button, that adds a sample of the product to the cart in increments of 1.

    I’m facing a validation issue when I view the cart and change the quantity of the Sample. Is there a way to make the Product Quantity plugin ignore the Step value for this sample product? It may be easier if I can send screenshots. If not possible, is it possible to pay for a modification or override code to add to my child functions file. Happy to send through the Sample plugin for you to look at.

    Hoping you can assist and happy to pay for anything customised.

    Regards.
    Miles

    1. Hi Miles,

      I think I got the issue, you can exclude the Sample product from the whole plugin settings, go to Advanced >> Exclude by URL, and then enter the relative URL for that product.

      If you need more help setting this up, or this isn’t what you’re looking for, please feel free to send me at [email protected] with more detials.

      Omar

  8. Hello

    i have set a product rule for adding fixed quantity of product on a cart:

    Fixed Quantity
    Allowed Quantity Options
    Allowed quantity Allowed quantity Enable section
    All products
    6,12,18,24,30,36,42,48,54,60

    can i disallow this rule for a particular category of products?
    like this

    Thanks

    1. Hi Iamin,

      It can be done the other way around, you can define fixed quantity per categories, and enter these values for the categories you need.

      Or, as an alternative that can work, you can define regular quantities (1,2,3,etc) for the category you want to be excluded.

      Hope this helps.
      Omar

  9. Hi,

    I bought the pro version. When a product has several categories, there is no way to define the priority for the unit price to display (with category level).
    Exemple: I sell tea in bulk. I have a category “Drinks” and a sub-category “Teas”, “Beers”..
    Drinks category has unit price “/L” (litter) and Teas category has unit price “/kg” because it sells in leafs.
    And my teas show the unit price “/L”… I think the issue is caused by the order by name..
    I want to define the priority of each category for the unit price to show. Is there a way to do that?
    Thanks, Simon

    1. Hi Berlin,

      I’ve tested this, please confirm if I’m doing it wrong:

      Product A in cateogry X
      Category X is a child of cateogry Y

      Defined “Per KG” on X, while Y has “Per Gram”, the product A now is showing “Per KG”, which I think makes sense.

      I’m not sure why it’s not showing correclty for your case, if you don’t mind, can you please send me login access to check? Reach me at [email protected]

      Omar

  10. Hello there,

    I tried to figure it out myself, but can’t seem to do so sorry. I’m trying to set fixed prices for bulk orders on individual products.

    I tested with two different products on my product page where both have the option of buying amounts like this: 3,5,7,10,14,28

    For one product, when I select them amount I want to buy, like 28, it shows the fixed discounted price for that bulk amount fine at $400. It also shows the amount 14 correct at $240. However, when I select any amount below 14, whether it be 10,7,5 etc. it shows only the price per single product.

    For the other product I tested this with, it only shows one amount, 14, being correct and all the other ones also just show the price for a single product of that item.

    Please let me know if you need anything else from me,

    Thank you

    1. Hi Adrian,

      This looks related to how the dynamic pricing is set for those quantities, if possible, I will need login access to your store to check the plugin that controls pricing and see why my plugin isn’t reading correct prices from there.

      Reach me at [email protected]

      Omar

  11. I have 2 questions
    -Is this plugin compatible with WCFM, for multivendor websites?
    -Can you specify or configure to change the price automatically to specific quantity like:
    2-9 pieces each piece cost 20$ ; 10-19 pieces, each piec cost 15$, etc. And display that info on the single product page?

    1. Hi Ivan,

      For #1, it’s not 100% compatible, I’ve seen it working on some multivendor stores while not 100% working on others, based on what they need from the plugin.

      For #2, no, this is doable using some plugins that allow dynamic / teired pricing, this plugin doesn’t control price.

      Omar

  12. We are using the plugin “WPC Product Bundles for WooCommerce” which we use to create a bundle of 6 products. Before we added some code to our function.php and checked if in our cart are 3, 6, 9 or 12 products. If so, the customer could check out. If not, he would get a notice and could not check out.

    Now we wanted to use your plugin to check the carts product quantity. But somehow your plugin does not only count the products within the bundle, but also the bundle itself as a product. Is there a way to fix that?

    1. Hi Paul,

      Yes, exclude the bundle product from plugin advanced tab >> exclude by URL (and enter the relative URL of the bundle product).

      Let me know how it goes or if you need any other help.

      Omar

    2. Hey Omar!

      I already had seen that option but somehow thought… naaahh… for sure its not gonna be that easy. But it worked. Thank you for your help!

    3. Awesome Paul, indeed it is, although it should be branded and be more visible in the plugin (if you take into consideration its effect) 🙂

      Glad to hear that, if you enjoyed the plugin/support, it would be great if you can leave us a review.

      Omar

  13. My site crashed and the plugin is failing, I need an updated asap

    Fatal error: Cannot redeclare pq_custom_admin_js_add_order() (previously declared in /var/www/wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce/product-quantity-for-woocommerce.php:466) in /var/www/wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro.php on line 439

    1. Hi Alex,

      Please disable/delete the free version of the plugin, if you can’t access the site, just connect FTP to it and rename the free version folder name.

      Omar

  14. Hello !

    I have 2 questions about this plugin : “Product Quantity for WooCommerce”

    – I sell products (bottles) by 6 quantity. Is it possible to create a cart rule to allow a quantity only multiple of 6 ?

    – I’ll have some products that will be an exception to this general cart rule. Is it possible to make exceptions for selected products ?

    Thanks a lot for your answer.
    Quentin.

    1. Hi Quentin,

      Yes, and yes.

      Both tasks are doable, will be glad guiding you through the set up process once you get the plugin.

      Omar

    2. Hi Omar,

      I get the plugin. Can you guide me through the set up process ?

      Thanks !

    3. Yes sure, please contact me at [email protected] with more details and/or grant me access to I can set it up for you.

      Omar

  15. Hello,

    I just bought the Pro version of your plugin, can you tell me how to modify the style of price unit, I want it too small ?

    Thanks for your help,
    Joss

    1. Hey Joss, we got your email earlier today and responded to it, please check your inbox / junk

      Omar

  16. Hi,

    Just purchased the Pro version. There are a few issues, the most important ones listed below:

    – Quantity Step decimal quantity increments not working on the basket page, it defaults back to whole number validation
    – Price Unit option generating many PHP errors on the front end, this was working OK in the free version
    – Total Price By Quantity and Price Unit meta boxes not available at product level

    Hope you can help, thanks.

    1. Hi Micky,

      That’s a bit weird, all these should be working fine (to my knowledge, at least).

      Can you please send more details (links, screenshots of settings, error messages) to [email protected]? We also might need some sort of wp-admin access to check, if you can provide that.

      Omar

  17. Hi, i just purchassed a pro version of the plugin.
    i have an issue on quantity button up and down. i configured the quantity step to : 0,25.
    but when i click on “+” or “-” nothing happens.
    My buisness is about quantity by meters. everything is working insted the buttons “+” and “-“.
    Thank you in advance for your help.

    1. Hi Yassine,

      This is probably a hard-coded setting in the theme that +/- works with step of 1 only (to test, try using arrows and see, most probably it works fine).

      In order for us to help further, we will need FTP access to your store, please contact us at [email protected]

      Omar

    2. Thank you Omar for your feedback,
      i just sent you an email from your sopport email.

      Hope we will solve the problem.
      Thanks in advance.

      Kind regards.
      Yassine.

  18. Hello, the price unit on product level don’t work for me, I need help on this please.

    1. Hi Anthony,

      Got your direct email and will respond from there.

      Omar

  19. Hello,
    I activated the dropdown and excluded some categories, works so far. but the dropdown is still displayed for the excluded categories in the shopping cart.

    1. Hi,

      I’ve tried it on a test environment and it worked fine (dropdown didn’t appear), maybe it’s a rare case that needs further scenarios to test?

      Can you please send me more details (if possible, wp-admin login to check settings) to [email protected]?

      Thanks,
      Omar

    2. Hello,
      I tested it again and found that it only happens when the product contains variants. it works without any problems with products that do not contain any variants.

      can you test that again .. if this is not the case with you, let me know and I will send you your login data by email.

    3. You nailed it 😉

      Will fix this in the next update and let you know.

      Omar

    4. Hello,
      thank you.

      one more question .. can I somehow make the max value fallback and dropdown labels category specific?

    5. You can define a maximum quantity per category (and this will skip the max fall back defined value) to make unique values per category.

      For labels, sorry but this isn’t currently possible, labels are global.

      Omar

    6. Hey,,

      Please update to 3.4.4, it’s fixed now.

      Thanks for flagging it 😉

      Omar

    7. Hello,
      have tested it and it works now so far.

      However, I have now noticed that the fixed product quantity, max quantity etc. also does not work in the shopping cart for products with variants.

      Another problem is that when I want to select a variant on the product page, the shopping cart button is gray and the error message appears that I have to choose a variant.

      I deactivate the plugin it works again.

      can you check that out

    8. I need more info on this.

      Can you please send me more details (links, or video recordings to properly produce the issue) since it’s not the regular behavior (at least in stores I tested on).

      Omar

    9. Hello,
      sent you an email

  20. Hi!

    Great plugin, one small but important thing I can’t work out how to do –

    The ‘per unit’ text after the price shows on the /shop page. However I have another custom shop CMS page that shows various product tables. How can I add the per unit text to the product tables on a custom page?

    Thanks!

    1. Hi Barnaby,

      This is possible, but I need more information on the custom-design pages to check if fields from the plugin can be used there.

      Can you please send more details to [email protected] so we can look further?

      Omar

  21. Hello, when I add product variations and then add fixed quantities, I can’t select quantities, they just disappear. I also get some JavaScript error’s in console. Help would be appreciated!

    1. Hi Aidsa,

      I will need to check the settings (theme also might affect this) to know why it happens.

      If possible, can you send me wp-admin access to your store? Reach me at [email protected]

      Omar

  22. hi, i keep getting a critical error every time i install your plugin. help!

    1. Hi,

      It could be that you have the free version installed (maybe an older version?), please disable it and then try to activate the Pro one.

      If you still see the error, please provide the error message.

      Omar

  23. Hi there, is there a way to reorder the messages from this plugin? For example to put the minimum quantity message before the fixed quantity one? I need some help reorder those messages. Thanks!

    1. Hi Ciprian,

      Do you mean the infomation shown next to product on frond end? These are managed by Quantity Info tab in the plugin.

      If yuo’re referring to something else, please send a screenshot for it.

      Omar

  24. how can I upgrade to pro?
    i purcheced the pro license but cant find the way to upgrade.
    do I have to remove the free version (and all its settings…) and install the pro?
    is that the only way to upgrade the plugin??

    1. Hi Dolev,

      You can download the Pro version from your account here on WPFactory, then upload it (through wp-admin or FTP) to your store.

      You don’t need the free version anymore, and all settings on free version will be kept when you activate the Pro one.

      Let me know please if you need any other help.

      Omar

  25. Hi!

    I would like to know if it is possible to set quantity steps based on product attributes.

    My client sell bottles of beer in two formats: 33cl and 75cl. He wants only allow to order multiples of 24 bottles of any of those formats (there are several beers).

    Thanks!

    1. Hi Pedro,

      The step can be defined site-wide, product level, or category level only. Currently it’s not configurable on attribute.

      If they don’t have a lot of products, it can be solved using product level (or mix with category-defined values).

      Omar

  26. Hi! I am using your plugin along with WooCommerce Tiered Price Table to create forced lots of products but still have a pricing table on page – the client sells printed goods and some have forced quantities and some are sold separately. I am getting a conflict that I am hoping you might be able to quote me on.

    Everything works great until variable products are thrown into the mix. Without your plugin active, pricing table for variations works. But once I start adding quantity restitrctions I get an error from the tiered pricing table. Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/customer/www/pauln28.sg-host.com/public_html/wp-content/plugins/tier-pricing-table/src/Addons/MinQuantity/MinQuantity.php on line 73

    Is this something you could resolve?

    1. Hi Sarah,

      As I don’t have that plugin on my test server, I will need to see the behavior and how it interacts with my plugin, can you please grant me access to your store to check? FTP would also be great.

      Reachable at [email protected]

      Omar

  27. I purchased the pro version, I’m trying to figure our 2 issues that I’m having the with plugin and can seem to find the proper setup/configuration that will allow variants to work with fix quantity limits.

    Example: Product “A” comes in 3 different sizes “Small”, “Medium”, “large” and each of the variants are allowed a fixed QTY of 100, 1000, 2000, 3000

    I have tried multiple combinations and nothing seems to be working. When I do get the variant and drop down to finally show the Add-2-Cart is disabled awaiting for a selection.

    Issue 2: I have the wooCommerce B2B plugin installed for wholesale customers. I see in the admin configuration you can defined the role fixed qty limits are applied to, but on the product page unlike variants it doesn’t allow me to specify a fix qty by the selected role.
    Example: I want to define retail role with 1,2,3,4,5, but for wholesale I want to define the fixed qty of 12,24,36,48

    1. Hi Alex,

      I have to take a look at the settings for the first issue to see what’s wrong here, also I have to check how the B2B plugin controls quantity to see if this plugin is compatible with it.

      If you don’t mind, can you please grant me access to your store, reach me at [email protected]

      Omar

  28. Hello,
    Is there a hook to make the price dynamic on shop page and archive page intead of only single product ?

    Thank you

    1. Hey Oliver, sorry but what do you mean by dynamic here? The plugin doens’t control price based on quantity (if I got dynamic correctly).

      Omar

    2. Hi, i’m talking about the option “Total Price by Quantity”.
      It’s works on single product page, but i would like to make it works on archive/category page.

      Is it possible ?

      Thank you

    3. Hi,

      It might be doable but it depends on how you’re showing quantity fields on archive since it can be done through a snippet, or 3rd party plugins.

      I will test this and see if we can make it appear on archive, and to make sure it works on your store, please send me more details on your store setup to [email protected] (or even better, grant me access if that’s possible).

      Thanks,
      Omar

    4. Hello,
      My dev from Maintenance WP just send you an email on your support email address.
      Thank you

  29. Hi there, I am getting the following error at checkout for Variable products. It seems to be an old error but disabling 3.2 of your plugin fixes it.

    Notice: parent_id was called incorrectly. Product properties should not be accessed directly. Backtrace: require(‘wp-blog-header.php’), require_once(‘wp-includes/template-loader.php’), include(‘/themes/gutenberg/page.php’), the_content, apply_filters(‘the_content’), WP_Hook->apply_filters, do_shortcode, preg_replace_callback, do_shortcode_tag, WC_Shortcodes::cart, WC_Shortcodes::shortcode_wrapper, WC_Shortcode_Cart::output, wc_get_template, include(‘/plugins/woocommerce/templates/cart/cart.php’), do_action(‘woocommerce_before_cart’), WP_Hook->do_action, WP_Hook->apply_filters, Alg_WC_PQ_Core->check_order_quantities, Alg_WC_PQ_Core->check_min_max, Alg_WC_PQ_Core->get_cartitem_groupby_parent_id, WC_Abstract_Legacy_Product->__get, wc_doing_it_wrong Please see Debugging in WordPress for more information. (This message was added in version 3.0.) in /home/staging418/public_html/hdi/wp-includes/functions.php on line 5167

    1. Thanks Sam for flagging this, will look into it and fix that in the next update.

      Omar

  30. Hi, we bought your plugin and are trying to use decimal quantity values. They don’t work. We enabled them, and set quantity values to be 0.5, 1, 2, 4 and so on. And 0.5 doesn’t show

    1. Hi,

      This is probably a setting issue, can you please grant me access to check the configuration? If yes, please reach at [email protected]

      Omar

  31. Hi

    Pre sales question:

    You plugin is great and I managed to do everything I need with free version.
    The only thing left is pricing based on quantity.
    With your plugin I managed to force them to buy 50, or 100, or 200 or 500 pieces.
    Now, is it possible with pro version to set different prices per piece based on quantity, because product is cheaper when you by 200pcs than 50 pcs.

    Thank you

    1. Hello Goran,

      Thanks for the great feedback.

      What you’re looking for is called Dynamic Pricing, which will allow you to define separate prices based on quantity, you can find separate plugins that do this, but this plugin here isn’t about changing products pricing.

      Please let me know if I can be in any other help.

      Omar

  32. Hello,
    since the update to 3.1 and 3.2 the default-quanty does not work properly. I enter a default quanty but it is not shown in the fronted.

    1. the error also seems to be sporadic. it sometimes happens and sometimes it doesn’t. also with the variations. with version 3.0 everything works.

    2. Hello,

      Thanks for flagging this, I’m working on reproducing the issue and fix it in the next update, will keep you posted.

      Omar

    3. Sorry but I’m not doing any progress creating the bug, can you please share a link with me at [email protected] to see it?

      Omar

    4. Hello,

      I noticed that from version 3.1 it only doesn’t work when I enter a default quantity in the “Default quantity> Main variable product” field and the fields for the individual variants are empty.

      It also doesn’t work if you assign a default quantity for a category.

      Could you test that and if it is still not reproducible write again then I will set up a link for you.

    5. Sorry but still no luck, both methods are showing correct default values for variations.

      Omar

    6. Hello

      I’ve sent you an email

  33. Hi,

    I bought the plugin to set the quantity steps by variations.
    For the variations i use the plugin WooCommerce Extra Product Options ( https://codecanyon.net/item/woocommerce-extra-product-options/7908619).

    I followed the instructions below:

    You need to enable “Per product” checkbox in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Quantity Step”, then go to some variable product’s admin edit page and there you will see “Product Quantity” meta box with all variations listed.

    But the meta box with all variations dont show up ?
    Did I do something wrong ?

    1. Hello Daniel,

      I haven’t tested the plugin with the mentioned one, so if you don’t mind, can you please grant me access to the store to check why boxes aren’t showing up? Reach me at [email protected]

      Omar

  34. Hi there – I see that it’s possible to create minimum quantities per Category. Is it possible to have minimum quantities per Attribute? If not, can that be added? If not, can you enable bulk editing of minimum quantities so we can search for all products we want and then bulk edit them to have the same minimum quantity? Thanks!

    1. Hi Rolla,

      Actually we have per attribute, but for fixed quantities, and yes sure we can work on it to make it applicable on minimum quantity soon,

      I will let you know once it’s out.

      Omar

  35. hi, in single product page it is not giving me the option to add to cart lower quantity then 1.
    in archive it is working good…

    1. Hi Alexander,

      It might be a setting issue, or a new issue with latest WooCommerce, can you please grant me access to your store to check?

      Reach me at [email protected]

      Omar

  36. Hello, after updating woocommerce to 4.4.1 there is a problem with products with variants.
    If you have “Total Price by Quantity for variable product” activated and “Position” is set to “instead of the price” the wrong price is displayed for variable products (when first loading).
    Only if the customer changes the variant or the quantity, the price will be corrected.
    In Woocommerce 4.3.3 everything is ok.

    Greeting
    Benny

    1. Hello Benjamin,

      Thanks for flagging this, I’ve tried reproducing it, and I see that no price is listed (on page load) not a wrong one, I will fix it and let you know, most probably it will be the same issue.

      Omar

    2. Hello Benny,

      Can you please send me a link (or preferably access) to your store and the mentioned product? It seems the issue I saw isn’t the same as yours.

      Reach me at [email protected] for further help.

      Omar

  37. Hi,

    I’ve purchased your pro version but when I activated it, my server CPU Utilization goes 100%. If I deactivate it then it goes to normal as like 0 -10. What is the problem with your plugin? Please suggest what I should do?

    1. Hello Javed,

      Honestly the plugin is installed on thousands of websites but didn’t face this issue before with anyone, to start troubleshooting, can you please try installing the free version and see if it gets the same issue?

      Both cases, we will need some sort of access to see, so if possible, please send us login details to [email protected]

      Omar

  38. Hi, I’ve just bought lifetime pro, tried to install and activate it and it’s come up with this:

    Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.
    Fatal error: Cannot redeclare pq_custom_admin_js_add_order() (previously declared in /data03/fabrics/public_html/wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce/product-quantity-for-woocommerce.php:439) in /data03/fabrics/public_html/wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro.php on line 439

    Please help!

    1. I think you need to disable the free plugin version first.

    2. Thanks Lena, yes that’s right, you’ve to disable/delete the free version first.

      Sorry about this, we have solved it before (check the free version) but it looks the code to check is missed from the the latest version, will make sure to get it sorted.

      Omar

  39. Hi, great plugin thank you! I am having trouble though with working out where to adjust the quantity unit text that appears next to adjustabel pricing on the product page. At the moment it says $13.50 for 0.25pcs / #27.00 for 0.5pcs but as we sell fabric in metres, I would like it to say $13.50 for 0.25m. It works for the price at the top of the product listing (ie shows $55.00/m) and I have entered ‘m’ for the unit label template: singular and unit label template: plural, so not sure why it is not updating. If you can help that would be greatly appreciated. kind regards, Tanya

    1. Found it! In the settings for Total Price by Quantity it currently has ‘pcs’ instead of %unit% – updated to %units and it’s all good!

    2. Great to hear that you worked it out Tanya, please let me know if I can be in any other help.

      Omar

  40. Hi, I want to sell boxes of flooring. In each box is a different amount of flooring, e.g. 1.23 square meters. I would like to show the customer somewhere on the single product page, how many square meters corresponds the selected number of boxes.
    Is it possible with this plugin?
    Many thanks in advance for quick feedback.

    1. Hi,

      Unfortunately I can’t think of a way to show this using the plugin, though, it can be done through some customization.

      If you’re interested, please contact me at [email protected] to discuss.

      Omar

  41. How to enable this pro version..i have bought it 2 days before but there is no documentation for updating the pro version

    1. Hi Candace,

      First you need to download the plugin zip from https://wpfactory.com/my-account/downloads/. Then you need to install this zip via your WordPress dashboard > Plugins > Add New > Upload Plugin.

  42. Hi Omar,

    Love the pro version of the plugin, just curious however… does it support the option of allowing a drop down option on a per product basis? Ideally, I would like to set only a select few products that have the option of a drop down function with the rest using the standard text box decimal increase method.

    Thanks again for the great plugin, look forward to hearing your reply.

    Martin

    1. Hi Martin,

      Thanks for the great feedback, gald to hear this.

      Regarding your question, currently it works sitewide only, but that would be a great addition to the Pro version, will definitely work on it in the next release and let you know.

      Meanwhile, it would be great if you can review the plugin in the review tab.

      Omar

  43. I set a product to have a default quantity of 1 and a maximum quantity of 1 (i.e. you can only order 1 at a time). However, I keep getting this error when trying to add the item to my cart:

    “Maximum allowed quantity for Free Tap Sticker is 1. Your current item quantity is 2.”

    1. I found the problem: if I already have an item in my cart, then go back to the product page and try to add it, I get the error “Maximum allowed quantity for PRODUCT_NAME is 1. Your current item quantity is 2.” It’s confusing, though: I’ve set my quantity to 1 (on the product page) … the error should be clearer, perhaps something like “Maximum allowed quantity for PRODUCT_NAME is 1. You already have 1 PRODUCT_NAME in your cart.”

    2. Hi Kieran,

      I have some notes here please.

      1) WooCommerce default behavior is to add the same item quantity to the same item in the cart, so adding 1 after 1 will be 2 in the cart, and that’s why you’re getting the message, you can customize this with some PHP tweek or a plugin.

      2) The message is customizable from the Maximum Quantity tab, you can add variables (like product name) there the way you want.

      3) Having default & maximum of 1 might cause other issues, because you’re simply forcing two settings for one purpose, you can just set the max to 1 (default always goes 1), or use Allowed quantity of 1 as well.

      I hope this helps, please let me know if you need any further help.

      Omar

  44. Hi,
    I purchased the lifetime option on this one. I like many of the features, but I haven’t been able to get the most important feature (for me) to work. I’m selling editing, proofreading services and need to have the pricing by the word, with large minimums and maximums (min./max. for one product is 7,000/20,000 words, others are 20,000 to 50,000 and 50,000 to 180,000. You get the idea). I can’t get the dropdown list to function. Even tried turning off the plus/minus buttons. It doesn’t look right and I can’t scroll. It also locks up when I click on the amount, to try to get the drop down to open. I’m wondering if it’s because of the large values? If I can’t get this to work, I’ll be asking for a refund.

    1. Well…I went back in after writing the above. (It’s been a couple days since I worked on my site.) The good news is that the dropdown is now working, albeit very, very slowly. After I click to open the dropdown, it takes a long time to open. Then, once I select a value (between 7000 and 20,000) it takes just a bit less than this-side-of-forever to make the calculation. Once that’s done, if I click on the dropdown again, to make even a minor correction, it takes a very long time to open the dropdown again, and a very very long time (again) to make the calculation! The times it takes to wait are too long! Customers will never wait this long. They will assume that the site or product page is broken and leave. Is there a way to speed this up? Otherwise, as I stated before, this is not going to work.
      Thanks!

    2. Two more issue:
      When I go to the cart it is also very, very slow after adding the item.
      Also, if I make a second order of the same item, it just adds the total words together into one item. I tried changing the inventory option to only one item per order, but that just takes away the dropdown altogether.
      Is this the way the official WooCommerce “Measurement Price Calculator” extension works?

    3. Hi Kurt,

      Sorry to hear all this, taking so much time on dropdown (and cart) might be a settings issue, can you please send me a link to check the issue? Login details will also be very helpful.

      Please send me these at [email protected]

      As for adding another amount of the same item to the same order, yes the default of WooCommerce is to consider them one item with total quantity, not sure how this is related to Measurement Price Calculator, maybe I’m missing something here?

      Omar

    4. Omar,
      Sorry for all the hoopla! I played some with the settings and found that if I set the steps to 10, instead of 1, it sped up some. I also stopped the customer from adding more to the cart than the max and modified the text warning, telling them that they could purchase no more than one per order. It’s not ideal, but it is working a little better. Still quite slow on calculation for the items with a larger span (i.e., 50k-100k).
      Can you tell me, Is it a resource issue? Does the calculator somehow take a lot of resources when the data set is larger? Would still like to figure out how to speed it up. Alco, can you point me to how to make the dropdown box outline appear? Right now it’s not visible and makes its a little ambiguous as to what the customer is supposed to do. Is there a customize code for that? Or maybe a code to change background color on box?

    5. Hi again,

      No worries at all, honestly the plugin is installed and used on thousands of stores, but none of which have complaint (to my memory) about such slowness, I suspect it’s checking something when you click the dropdown, or maybe your dropdown contains thousands (or at least hundreds) of options, if that’s the case, I think it will be a bit annoying for users to find what they want, let me know please if it’s not this.

      I can’t really suggest how to improve performance until I can see the issue, that will help a lot.

      As for changing the look, this is generally controlled with CSS, please try tweeking it using this:
      https://www.weblimitless.com/style-dropdown-css/

      If it didn’t help, please let me know and I will look into it (although I’m not a CSS expert but I will see if I can help, no promises 🙂 )

      Omar

    6. Thanks, Omar!
      The CSS styling page you sent me to helped!
      It’s not exactly what I had envisioned, but it is definitely better.
      I’ll keep playing with it.

  45. I’m just trying to offer steaks for sale on a per pound basis. I’m trying to set the individual Minimum Quantity, Quantity Step and Default Quantity to 0.6. No matter what I do, all of those fields on the Edit Product Page return blank after I click “Update.”

    1. Hi Gary,

      That looks a bit bizarre, can you please send me at [email protected] a link with login details to check?

      Omar

  46. Hello! I am getting tons of errors. Any help?

    Notice: Undefined index: desc in …/wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro/includes/settings/class-alg-wc-pq-metaboxes.php on line 157

    Notice: Undefined index: title in …/wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro/includes/settings/class-alg-wc-pq-metaboxes.php on line 192

    1. Hello Mike,

      These notifications probably appear because you have some empty values on that product page (values controlled by plugin).

      They appeare if you enabled the debug mode, and nothing to worry about here, but thanks for flagging it, I will fix it in a near update.

      Omar

  47. Awesome plugin, Working niceley on our site so far only question is can we have it show 3 decimal places ?
    We are selling by weight and customers are able to purchase 300grams as 0.300 but it keeps dropping of the final 0 so only shows as 0.30.

    1. Hi Andrew,

      Thanks for the great feedback.

      Honestly, I wonder why it shows 0.30, it should drop all zeros actually and show 0.3 instead, I will work on it to make it looks the way it’s defined, but would you mind sending me a link (with screenshot for product settings) to [email protected]?

      Thanks,
      Omar

  48. HI, I have a problem with the documents on the order page in woocommerce. I’m using quantities to allow customers to order certain products by weight and that is working fine. When the order is placed I’m getting an email that shows clearly how much of each product has been ordered (in decimal places) and what the sales value is. However, when I update the order in woocommerce, all the documents there (packing list, Invoice etc) only show the quantity as a whole number even though the sales value is correct. This renders the documents usless as staff cannot see how much of each item to pack, if the item has not been ordered in a whole number of kilos. I have asked support in wooCommerce and they have passed me on to you.

    1. Hi Jonathan,

      Thanks for writing to us, I’m currently working on an update that fixes a bug with manual orders in decimals, which might be the same as your case since you update the order yourself in WooCommerce.

      I will let you know once it’s out to see if it fixes the issue, if not, we can work until resolving it.

      Omar

    2. Omar,
      Thank you for your response and I await good news in the near future.
      Regards
      Jonathan

    3. Hi Jonathan,

      I’ve just released a new version with some enhancement for manual orders, please update and check if you still have the issue.

      Let me know please.

      Omar

  49. I just purchased the Pro version in hopes that it would fix this problem. It does not. It looks like I’m not the only one who is having problems with Variable products and Dynamic Pricing.  

    I recorded a video to show you exactly what is happening: https://youtu.be/5gH6Fn5DXFw

    This site is sheduled to go-live later next week, and your plugins functionality it a critical functionality (as I’ll detail in the email I send)

    I’ve sent you more details and a login to our staging site to [email protected]

    1. Hi Vincent,

      No worries, thanks for providing more details through your email, will take it from there.

      Omar

  50. Do others have a problem with product variation swatches buttons? When i activate min quantity it removes buttons i use VillaThemes WooCommerce Product Variations Swatches plugin

    1. Hello Toni,

      Honestly I haven’t tested the plugin with this particular theme, but never seen this issue before, would you please send me more details (link as well) to [email protected]?

      Thanks,
      Omar

  51. 1. Where is the documentation for this plugin? I can’t seem to find it.

    2. How do I set all my number fields to 0 by default?

    3. Where do I manage the quantity settings per product? I’m not seeing any new options when I visit the product pages in the WP admin area.

    1. Hi Ashley,

      There is not full documentation for the plugin, but it’s explained in most details on the left sidebar of this page (description tab).

      As for setting values to 0, please note that 0 means to disable any control on that field, since you can’t (or at least, shouldn’t) have quantity of 0 for a product, if you can give me more details about what you’re trying to get, I will be glad to offer help.

      As for #3, you need to enable the section you want to configure (min, max, step, etc..) and then enable the tick “Per product” on that tab, then you will see new fields in the product backend.

      Hope this helps.
      Omar

  52. Hello,

    I have enabled “Allow price unit on category level” but it is only showing up on some products within the category, not all products in the category. Why is that?

    1. Hello, No this feature is not working at all. Can you help please?

    2. Hello Kelsea,

      Are these products part of other categories as well? May I take a look on your settings? If yes, please grant me access to [email protected]

      We’re also releasing a new feature next week that will allow defining the unit on product level.

      Omar

    3. And if you’re still on 2.9, please update to version 3.0 where we addressed a bug that might be affecting your case.

      Omar

    4. Thank you. I have sent you an email to give you access and have a look. The products are a part of other categories and I am using version 3.0

      Please let me know when the defining by product feature is available. That would be very helpful.

  53. I have bought this plugin, But now i couldnt able to download latest version and not appearing in my downloads page. Please help me. The present plugin is bugging me on variations. URGENT>..

    1. Hi,

      We’ve just regenerated download permissions for your order. Could you please check if it’s available now in https://wpfactory.com/my-account/downloads/

  54. (1) Does this product support separate step quantities for individual variations? For instance, for 2 ounce they must buy in steps of 12, but for gallon they must buy in steps of 4?
    (2) If so, can we set different discounts per variation? For instance, for 2 ounce variation they receive $1 each discount for 24, $2 each discount for 60… but for gallon they receive $5 each discount for 8 and $10 discount for 16?
    (3) Do you display a “discount table” on the product page showing available discounts?
    (4) Can you configure the quantity input to be a drop-down of allowable step quantities, or is it manual entry only by the customer?
    Thank you!

    1. Hi Chris,

      1) Yes, step can be defined on variation-level.
      2) No, plugin doesn’t control any discounts on the store.
      3) Follows 2, sorry but no.
      4) Yes, dropdown menu reads fixed quantities, or min to max (if defined), so no manual entry is needed.

      Please let me know if you have any other questions.

      Omar

  55. Hi there!
    I’ve purchased the Pro version today.
    I’m building a website using the Divi theme.
    The website sells whole items such as sewing machines so they need to be only sold in units of one. However, fabric is also sold by the square metre (in .25 metre steps).

    How do I enable the steps of .25 ONLY available to the items in the category titled “fabrics” and not the products in the category titled “sewing machines”?

    Also, I need the fabrics category to show price labelled $per square meter, but I don’t want it to say “per square metre” when browsing a product like a sewing machine.

    I’ve searched through this site but I can’t find the answers. I would really appreciate your help with this if you can. Thank you 🙂

    1. Never mind my friend! I have looked a little harder and have worked it out! This is a great plugin! Thank you 🙂

    2. Thanks Tim, glad to know it’s all sorted, yes all these options are available, but I think documentation (and maybe interfaces) needs a refresh! A lot have been recently added to the plugin but not well-documented.

      Will work on this very soon, meanwhile, if you found the plugin useful, it would be great if you can leave it a revew.

      Omar

  56. Hi

    We’re loving this plugin, but unfortunately it seems to have suddenly stopped working in the following manner.

    We have set a minimum quantity and a quantity step as well as fixed quantities allowed. The customer should be able to order 250,500,750,1000,1250 etc.. amounts. But when the quantity amount i s changed it simply resets back to min quantity of 250.

    To Test:
    Please check the following product, and from the variables select “D”, “0,05mm”, “12mm” options and then try change the quantity to any amount higher than 250.

    https://www.lashbrowinstitute.co.za/shop/products/pre-made-fans/6d-pro-made-crystallized-fans-in-loose-format/

    There is enough in stock, so this is not the problem.

    This is quite urgent, so any assistance would be much appreciated.

    Thanks so much.
    Dave

    1. Hi Dave,

      In this case, I’m not seeing why would you need the minimum or step values, the fixed should just work.

      As for the product you’ve specified, I think it’s a matter of a setting rather than a bug, because it works fine on 11mm & 14mm variations, is it possible to take a look on the backend?

      Please send at [email protected] and we can take it from there.

      Omar

    2. Can you also try “Do nothing” on main plugin tab >> Variations >> On variation change?

  57. Hi

    Suggestion for this plugin (which is great by the way):

    The add to cart validation notices appear REALLY quickly. Is there a way to make them appear longer, and/or appear permanently and have a “dismiss” or “close” button to dismiss the message?

    I Just find the notice appears a little too quickly for the user to read the details and make note of the quantities allowed.

    Great plugin though – very versatile and the amount of detail allowed is excellent!

    Thanks!

    1. Hi Dave,

      Thanks a lot for your feedback, and glad to hear your thoughts of the plugin.

      To my knowledge, the messages appear for enough time to be able to read it (and in most cases it sticks there), could it be some theme settings? Please show me a link and how to get the message so I can check.

      Omar

  58. Hi, is it possible that my customers only can checkout even product numbers? So combined products only 2 / 4 / 6 etc?

    1. Hi Maik,

      Yes that’s doable, you can set it using step of 2 for cart, or fixed quantity feature and input 2,4,6 up to the reasonable number of items.

      It’s worth to mention that this controls quantity of items, not product itself.

      Omar

  59. Hi,
    Is there a way to set decimal step (ex : 0,001) only for administrator ?
    Thanks for your help

    1. Hello,

      Sorry but that’s not an option currently, we might look into it in a future update.

      Omar

    2. ok thanks
      i was thinking your developers tab talk about that ?

      For example, you may want to modify quantities by user role – in this case you will need to add something like this to your (child) theme’s functions.php file:

      add_filter( ‘alg_wc_pq_get_product_qty_min’, ‘my_product_qty_min_by_user_role’, 10, 2 );
      function my_product_qty_min_by_user_role( $qty, $product_id ) {
      $current_user = wp_get_current_user();
      return ( in_array( ‘administrator’, $current_user->roles ) ? 5 : $qty );
      }

    3. Hi JC,

      To make it work, you have to add this to your child theme functions.php:

      add_filter( ‘alg_wc_pq_get_product_qty_step’, ‘my_product_qty_min_by_user_role’, 99, 2 );
      function my_product_qty_min_by_user_role( $qty, $product_id ) {
      $current_user = wp_get_current_user();
      return ( in_array( ‘administrator’, $current_user->roles ) ? 0.001 : $qty );
      }

      Let me know how it goes.

      Omar

    4. Great it works !!
      thanks a lot

    5. Awesome! Glad to know this.

      If you found the plugin and/or support useful, please consider reviewing it.

      Thank you,
      Omar

  60. Hi,

    How can we translate the messages in cart using WPML?

    1. Hi Márcio,

      WPML compatibility is still new to the plugin, we’ve included a section in the main page on how to define strings for multiple languages, added under “Language Guide”

      If you’re still having trouble getting it working, please reach out to us at [email protected]

      Omar

  61. Hey there!

    I purchased the plugin to have decimal quantities for products, as I am selling food. However, it seems that it does not seem to be working. I have tried the category option and also individual product option.

    It is currently turned on to be a 0.5 step for this product – https://parnuresto.ee/toode/napoleoni-tort/

    However, each time I click the quantity it goes up by one. Is there something I am missing or doing wrong? If I add it manually by writing 1.5 in the field, then it works, but I would like for this to actually work with the arrows.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Have a great day!

    1. Hi Regina,

      This happens on your store because +/- buttons are handled by the theme JS files in global.js file:
      var newVal = oldValue + 1;

      Please contact me at [email protected] to explore how we can get this fixed for you.

      Omar

    2. Hey, Omar!

      I am so sorry for have wasted your time. I am not sure why I did not look the theme files first. This is a simple fix and everything is working as expected now. Thank you for taking the time to check this and answering so quickly.

      Have a great weekend!

    3. Not at all Resto, glad to know it’s all sorted now.

      If you found the plugin and/or support useful, it would be great if you can review it.

      Omar

  62. Hallo i have purchased pro version and i cant find my key or the updated version of the plugin..why that happens?

    1. Hello Konstantinos,

      The key should be in your WPFactory account section, you can either use it with the WPFactory plugin to get all updates, or download newest version manually from your account here and then upload to your website.

      If you are having issues with this, please reach out to [email protected]

      Omar

    2. I sent the email you told me,in my account there is no key either the new version of the plug-in

    3. Sorry to hear the trouble, please give them just a day or two to respond, anyway, youre plugin will work fine for now so don’t worry about activating the key for now, once you get it, you can get all updates.

      Omar

  63. Hello, I am using the free version. I cant export to CSV the infomration of Price nor Profit from Analytics. Is this a feature I can have when buying the pro version?

    1. Hello Carlos,

      Sorry but I didn’t get that, the plugin doesn’t control price or profit, what exactly are you trying to export from the plugin settings/fields?

      Omar

  64. When will finally work that default quantity with decimal quantities ???? for product categories and for idividual products.. ??? when the updat for this will be>?? we need it asap

    1. Hi,

      It’s in the development (almost done), will be released this week and update you.

      Omar

    2. Hello Hrayr,

      As promised, 2.9 version was just released, where it fixed the decimal value for default quantity feature.

      Please install the update and test it, let me know if you have any questions or feedback, and if you found the plugin useful, please consider reviewing it.

      Omar

    3. i downloade 2.9 version Pro and installed but nothing changes same as before Not working

    4. Hi again,

      Sorry but I’ve just tested it, site-wide and product level, I can confirm it’s working on my test server correctly.

      Can you please send me more details (settings, screenshot, link) to [email protected] and I will take a look.

      Omar

  65. Hi Omar,
    congratulations for the plugin. I am using the PRO version but I have found an error with WPML compatibility. I’ll explain:
    When I change the language the text for quantity appears translated into the language but unfortunately the currency and the price (different for each country) remain unchanged.
    can you help me?
    Thanks.
    See you soon,

    1. Hi Andrea,

      Thanks for the feedback, honestly the WPML feature was recently introduced and it won’t be 100% compatible from the first shot.

      So if you don’t mind, please send me at [email protected] more details and a link to see the issue.

      Omar

    2. Sorry I just got your email, will take it from there.

      Omar

    3. Hi Omar,
      yes, thanks!
      Best Regards,

  66. Hi Omar,

    I have a question about possibilities. Is there a way to use the fixed quantity together with attributes? In the gui I only can see per product or category.

    Thanks. 🙂

    1. Hi Balou,

      Unfortunately this is not possible, current settings are product, cart, category as you mentioned.

      Omar

    2. Hi Omar

      Thanks. Is there a plan to add this in the future? Because I would love to do that based on attributes. Why? I use attributes for my vendors for better ajax filtering. So I don’t want to create categories for all my vendors. For categories I have “Drinks” and “Food” and attributes for the vendors “M-Drinks” or “Bar56”.

      But for now I have to create categories…

      Is there a plan for this in the roadmap? 🙂

      Cheers

    3. Hi Balou,

      Honestly, this wasn never requested before, and I don’t know how many users need the set up to be this way.

      I’m not saying that it can’t be done, but it’s not one of those demanded features and thus wasn’t included in the roadmap, would love to discuss this further with you at [email protected], maybe we can do it on your case for the time being.

      Omar

  67. i am using PRO vrsion but it Default quantity does not work as it should i have setup for https://prnt.sc/sx2f8h but in websit it agains shows 1 as default i need this to work properly as i bounght the Pro for this

    1. here us url http://hrayra.sg-host.com/product/uneli/ which i setup default as 0.9 but anyway it shows default as 1

    2. another issue on Shop page http://hrayra.sg-host.com/%d5%ad%d5%a1%d5%b6%d5%b8%d6%82%d5%a9/ i can not decrease product Default quantity, but on homepage it works

    3. Price Display by Quantity Options
      this does not work also :((( i have enabled but n changiny Quantity product price does not change as described in plugin (price is automatically updated when customer changes product’s quantity)

    4. Hi Hrayr,

      You are correct, the default quantity is not yet working on decimal quantities, we’ve recently introduced this feature and it’s getting more developments now to be 100% working, I will get this fixed in the next update and let you know.

      As for the Price Display by Quantity, I’ve tested it on this product:
      http://hrayra.sg-host.com/product/%d5%a1%d5%b2%d5%a1%d6%81%d5%a1%d5%ae-%d5%af%d5%a1%d6%80%d5%b4%d5%ab%d6%80-%d5%ba%d5%b2%d5%ba%d5%a5%d5%b2-%d5%a9%d5%a5%d5%a9%d6%87-%d5%af%d5%ae%d5%b8%d6%82-100-%d5%a3%d6%80%e2%80%a4/

      And I can see that price gets updated whenever I change the quantity, can you please give me an example where it’s not working?

      Best,
      Omar

    5. when it will be 100% ready ??? i bought this as i thoghut it works in Pro version , we are lunching in some days so i need it sasp Omar.
      About this As for the Price Display by Quantity, I’ve tested it on this product:
      it works only in Porduct page we need it to work everewhere on website for products,
      Homepage,Store page and everywhere where is product shown with Quantity optioon

    6. I can’t confirm a specific date, but it needs almost a week because it will include another updates as well.

      The price by quantity works only on product page and can’t be shown on other shop pages.

      Omar

  68. Hi,

    I am using this plugin with WooCommerce Tiered pricing and variations. When I have the following selected “Price display by quantity”, and “Price display by quantity for variable product”, I quantities set at 100,250,250,1000 and 2 variations. When the quantity is set at 100 the calculated price is correct for all variations, however when the any other quantity is selected the calculated price is always higher. Is there a way to fix this? If you email me I can send you a link to the website. Thanks.

    1. Hi Stephen,

      I’m actually working on a similar case (dynamic pricing) but it will be great if I can include a fix to make more compatibility.

      Please send me at [email protected]

      Omar

  69. Hello,

    First thanks for that work! I spend some time to evaluate the right plugin for my use case. And I’m very happy with this one now! 🙂

    But I have some questions about how to configure because I have some “ugly” UX effects:

    1. ) I work with “Fixed Quantity ” and activated “Per Category”. This is working. So here is no problem.

    For example:
    Category “red” and category “green” are in the system. Both have a Fixed Quantity “2,4,8”. Now if I add a product from category “red” and try to checkout i will get the default unable to checkout message. Looks good so far. But when I now add a product from category “green” to the cart, it only shows the message from “red” that i’m unable to checkout. After I update the cart to 2 items from “red” I will see the message that there is the same problem with “green” because only one item is in the cart from that category.

    Is it possible to show all message and not only one, if the quantity from a category is not correct?

    2.) As already mentioned I use fixed quantity steps for categories. I will put the numbers like this “2,4,8” in the field. This is working but the message which appears if a item quantity do not match with the defined category quantity is not very nice to read. Is there a way to display the fixed quantity steps message like this “2, 4, 8”. Only a space between will help to read the message better.

    3.) Also i faced a strange validation error. When I have only one Item in the cart and the fixed quantity steps is set to “2,4,8” I will get the unable to checkout message. But if I try to force the checkout (Block checkout page is enabled), I will get the same message twice in the same red box. Is there a config error in my settings or is that normal? The expected behaviour would be, that if I click on checkout button that the message will still be there but not twice.

    Many thanks for your feedback! 🙂

    Cheers

    1. Hi Omar,

      Can you give me a answer on my questions? If not, can I send a mail to support?

      Thanks! 🙂

      Cheers

    2. Hello Balou,

      First thing, please accept my apology, I’ve read your comment last week and I can’t just remember why I missed responding to it.

      Your notes are valid and will be fixed in the next release, as a minor note, I noticed that some messages show 2,4,8 and others (like fixed quantity for all products in a category) show 2, 4, 8.

      I will let you know once this is fixed.

      Omar

    3. Hi Omar

      No problem. I’m very happy with your service and the plugin quality. And I’m also happy that I can help to increase the quality by mentioning inputs. 🙂

      Can you maybe give a short overview when a new release will be available? (weeks or month?)

      Thanks & Cheers

    4. Glad to hear this Balou. Hopefully less than 2 weeks.

      Omar

    5. Hello Balou,

      Glad to tell you that I’ve just released 2.9 where I addressed these notes, please install the update and test all scenarios, would love to hear your feedback.

      And you find the plugin / support useful, please consider reviewing it.

      Omar

  70. I just want to verify that when using quantity drop down, this will directly effect inventory right? So if I start with 20 shirts, customer orders from dropdown 5 shirts – my inventory will reflect 15 shirts.

    1. Yes of course, dropdown menus are “fixed” quantities that does exactly the same job as quantity input.

      Omar

  71. Hi i have purchased the plugin and try to use drop down quantity option. but on frontend cannot see the quantity dropdown.
    I am using Elementor template for the product detail page.

    1. Hello,

      If the Elementor is creating a new field for the quantity input (other than the default WooCommerce input), the plugin will not overwrite the field settings to show a dropdown.

      Just to verify, please send me a link of the store you have to [email protected]

      Omar

  72. Hello,

    Before purchase your plugin, I have a question.

    I am currently using your free version plugin. I would like to know if the pro version contains the possibility of defining which products can use a quantity in decimal.

    For example:

    The website i create is for butcher shop. I defined a price in decimal for authorized for example a customer to buy 1.4KG of meats.

    However, on the website we have products that cannot contain decimals (like a packet of crisps, a bottle of wine). With the pro version can I define which product can have quantities in decimal and which product not?

    Thank you for your help

    Benjamin

    1. Hello Benjamin,

      Yes that works fine, the decimal feature doens’t enable it for ALL products at once, instead, it will allow you to select decimal values for min/max/step quantities for the products you want.

      So for the wine example, if you don’t define a step of 0.1, customers won’t be able to buy 1.1 quantity.

      Hope this helps, and let me know if you still have any questions.

      Omar

  73. Hello!

    I would like to buy this plugin but first I need to know if this plugin allows dropdowns to be shown bellow the product images on the shop page and other product archive pages like product category pages? I also need to know if this plugin is 100% compatible with WPML?
    Thank you in advance!

    Jovana

    1. Hi Jovana,

      The plugin doesn’t change the location of the quantity field (whether input or dropdown), this is usually controlled by the theme.

      As for the WPML, it’s compatible, but honestly I can’t guarantee the 100% percent, but I’ve seen it working on tens of stores with WPML without issues, you can try the free version to test, and if you want just send me at [email protected] and I will be glad to give you the pro version to test it.

      Omar

    2. Hello Omar!

      Thank you for the feedback. I’ve just send you an email to [email protected] to send me the pro version to test.

  74. Hi, need help.!
    Im getting error:
    Maximum call stack size exceeded
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/uhz4ued23xb4aeu/Captura%20de%20tela%202020-05-31%2019.51.57.png?dl=0

    1. Hi Luis,

      I’ve responded to your email, will take it from there.

      Omar

  75. Hi. I just bought the plugin and I have a problem. I set min quantity in a single product to 0,5 and enable decimal quantities. But, when I try to add to the cart this product with 0,5 doesn´t work and notice that the minimiun quantity is 1. If I try to add 1,5 it works fine.

    1. Hi Luis,

      Can you please try this:

      Plugin main tab >> Force options >> On single products >> Force to minimum

      And see if this works? If not, can you please send me more details at [email protected]

      Omar

  76. Hi, I have a problem with this plugin, look what I see after installing it. What can it be? Notice: Undefined index: desc in /home2/edcr2020/shop.crtest2020.it/wp-Notice: Undefined index: desc in /home2/edcr2020/shop.crtest2020.it/wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro/includes/settings/class-alg-wc-pq-metaboxes.php on line 157

    Notice: Undefined index: title in /home2/edcr2020/shop.crtest2020.it/wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro/includes/settings/class-alg-wc-pq-metaboxes.php on line 192

    Notice: Undefined index: desc in /home2/edcr2020/shop.crtest2020.it/wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro/includes/settings/class-alg-wc-pq-metaboxes.php on line 157

    Notice: Undefined index: title in /home2/edcr2020/shop.crtest2020.it/wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro/includes/settings/class-alg-wc-pq-metaboxes.php on line 192

    1. Hello Stefano,

      Usually these messages appear when you enable debug mode in WP, and they are just referring to emtpy values in that product page, I think you’ve enabled step quantity per product and didn’t define it yet.

      Please confirm if these messages dissappear when you define the value, I will work on fixing these notifications in a soon update.

      Omar

    2. Yeah!, it was the debug function. now is perfect. But better if you solve soon, because I often use the debug function. Thank’s!

    3. You got it, it’s on my list now 😉 & will let you know once it’s out.

      Omar

    4. Hello Stefano,

      Can you please update to 2.8 and see if you still those messages?

      If you found the plugin/support useful, it would be great if you can leave us a review.

      Omar

  77. Very nice plugin. But I have a problem with the default quantity of Variations.
    My Variations are shown with Woo Variations Table. The default Quantitiy from your plugin isn’t working there. It should be 5 but shows still 1 ..
    Do you have an Idea?
    https://karolinen-daily.de/produkt/fingerfood-im-glas-warm/

    1. Hello Jean-Philippe,

      You’re right, I’ve tested it with that plugin and it doesn’t work, because simply that plugin changes the input field itself and creates new ones, and even the add to cart is not the default one, so validation on “Add to Cart” won’t work with it, only when you’re at cart.

      Honestly I’m not sure how feasible is it to work on this, because it will require regular work with more updates from the other plugin, which I can’t guarantee.

      Sorry about that.
      Omar

  78. If I purchase a single site annual License now, can I upgrade to unlimited sites and/or lifetime several months later? If so, what is the process?

    1. Hi Scott,

      This can be managed in a way or another, just contact the marketplace support on their email [email protected] and they will sort it out, when needed.

      Omar

  79. Hi.

    Can you please clarify on how to apply the quantity step for a certain product category only?

    1. Hi Shungu,

      From plugin settings >> Step Quantity >> Enable section & Per Category ticks.

      Then go the the desired category, you will find a new field to define the step, the value entered in this field will be the new standard step for all products under this categroy.

      Hope this helps.

      Omar

  80. Hello,
    I would like to add some custom code to change the total cart quantity step per country, so for example: US has a total cart quantity step of 12 and Canada has 6.
    I looked at the developer tab and tried to code it myself without succeeding.
    Can you help me?
    Thank you very much.
    Great plugin by the way!
    Best regards.

    1. Hi Simone,

      Glad to know you enjoeyed the plugin, but unfortunately this is not possible as the functionality of each feature is connected (and used) in many other scenarios, and won’t be doable through edits on the dev tab.

      I’m not sure if it’s feasible to build the feature (actually this is the first time I get this request), but if it became more frequent, I will be glad to look into this.

      Omar

  81. Good day,
    is it possible to hide the price for the related products? i’m having an issue where if i enable the “price display by quantity” that it updates the related products as well although not with their price but with the current viewed products price. ie. all the products under related products prices become the same as the current single viewed product.

    Regards
    Duane

    1. Hi Duane,

      That’s weird, can you please send me a link to check it? Feel free to send it at [email protected] if you want.

      Omar

  82. Hi – there is a setting, “Order Item Meta Options: Save quantity in order item meta”. Does this mean that Quantity data will no longer be stored in the standard Woocommerce quantity field? In other words, if I export orders, will I need to create a new custom column to get the quantity of a product in an order?

    1. Hi,

      That’s optional if you don’t want to use the standard field, leaving it disabled will get you the order quantity correctly.

      Omar

  83. Hello!
    The plugin is incompatible with woocomerce product table. if enable it nothing working . i go to categories and if i try to open a product page nothing happens.
    can you help me?

    1. Hello Georgia,

      Sorry to hear the trouble, yes sure we will be glad to help, but we need more details.

      Please contact us at [email protected] with more info about the issue and link as well.

      Omar

  84. Good day,
    I have a store that is selling meat and the entire shop is in KG – this is correct. I do however require that 0.25kg/0.5kg/0.75kg is displayed as 250g/500g/750g. From 1kg the available options are in KG so that is fine, it’s just that below 1kg I require the 3x integers as the g and not the 0.kg

    Thanking you in advance

    1. Hi Duane,

      Gram & Kilograms are different units in WooCommerce, and the decimal feature in the plugin creates a decimal of the unit that’s defined in the store (KG in your case), it can’t create new units instead of the main one.

      Sorry but I don’t think the plugin can help with this.

      Omar

  85. Hello,

    I installed the plugin but cannot get it working at all. I enable for instance the default quantity option an set it at 12 for a certain product, however it stays on 1?

    Is there an extra setting? Is there a documentation?

    What can be wrong,
    Thank you,
    marcel

    1. Hi Marcel,

      Sorry but the default feature was recently added and it wasn’t yet included in the plugin description section.

      To make the default appears “as default” when you open the product page, just from plugin main settings page >> Force quantity options >> Force on single product page >> Force to default.

      Hope this helps and gets you what you’re looking for, if not, please let me know.

      Omar

    2. Hello, thanks, that works now.
      One other thing: is it possible to set the default quantity for grouped products also? Since it is possible for variable products.

      Greetings,
      marcel

    3. Hi Marcel,

      Glad to know it works fine for the first part.

      As for grouped product, unfortunately the feature doesn’t support it, default is very new to the plugin and we might expand it later, very sorry about this.

      Omar

  86. Hello there, thank you for the great work.

    I have a problem that when i activate the plugin sites slows down and get not response. When i decactivate it gets back to normal.

    Woocommerce 4.1.0
    Wordpress 5.4.1
    Php 7.3.17

    Please can you help?

    Thank you alot

    1. Additional on my previous message the slow begins specifically when i enable
      “Load all variations”
      Otherwise it works fine..

    2. Hi,

      Glad to hear you’re enjoying the plugin.

      As for this particular feature, in most cases you won’t need it, so if’s causing you the slowness, you better keep it disabled.

      Let me know if it’s all sorted after that.

      Omar

    3. Well having product quantity on variables was the main reason i bought the plugin. Is it possible to fix the slowness issue? Thank you.

    4. Hi Elias,

      The plugin works fine on variables as well without the need for this option, can you please let me know what exactly you need from this option?

      If you’re having trouble on making plugin settings work, please contact us at [email protected] and will be glad to assist you from there.

      Omar

  87. Hello. I want to define different steps for each variable in variable products. Can i use this plugin?
    Can we define each options for each variable?

    1. Hello mahdiagho

      Yes that’s possible, check this variations, each one has a separate step:
      https://wpwhale.com/pro/product/variable-product/

      Let me know if this isn’t what you’re looking for.

      Omar

  88. I just bought the product for category step by decimal and discovered it is not working, will this be fixed soon?

    1. Hi Stephen,

      Sorry for the trouble, yes it’s addressed and will be released in the next update with other fixes/enhancements, less than a week hopefully.

      Omar

    2. Same for me.
      Just installed the Pro Plugin. We sell fabric per meter (decimal value) but we also sell products as whole units (like scissors and other products). I put al the data in the productcategories, but it’s not working.
      For fabrics you can order per 0,1m starting at 0,1. But if you want a scissor you can order 1,1 or 2,1 etc. the step value per categorie is working, but the minimum is not. This is a real problem for a shop like mine…!
      I now changed the step value for every category to 0,1. But clients can now buy 1,4 scissors.
      Did I overlook something, or is this a bug in the plugin?

    3. minimal and step values work on product level. For now I added these values for each product in the store (500+ products) through meta fields in a bulk editor.
      this way the website functions, but this workaround is a lot of work…

    4. Hi Leanne,

      I think this is not what you need to do.

      For products like scissor, you will need to define a minimum on product level, the minimum for categry (currently) sums all products in that category to meet that minimum value, the next release will include a feature that will go like “apply this minimum to 100 products in that category in a single click” this will be released very soon.

      As for step, when you define it on category, it doesn’t sum up anything, it applies this step to products in that category, and in the next release the decimal in step will be fixed.

      I hope this clarifies more, if you need further help, please contact me at [email protected]

      Omar

    5. Hi Stephen & Leanne,

      We’ve just released version 2.7 where we addressed the decimal issue on category step, along with many other features that you can see in readme file.

      Please test it and let me know if you still have any issues, if you found it useful, it would be great if you can review the plugin.

      Omar

    6. Omar,

      Is tested the new plugin, my problem is completely gone. It’s working fine!

      Thanks for the update.

      Leanne

  89. I am getting errors in per product step quantity when editing products.

    Notice: Undefined index: desc in /var/www/vhosts/XXXXXXX/public_html/wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro/includes/settings/class-alg-wc-pq-metaboxes.php on line 157

    Notice: Undefined index: title in /var/www/vhosts/XXXXXXX/public_html/wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro/includes/settings/class-alg-wc-pq-metaboxes.php on line 192

    1. Hi Stephen,

      These messages appear if you have debugging enabled on WordPress, it just means that these values are still empty, you can just turn debugging off on your store, or just ignore them.

      Omar

  90. Hello,

    PRO user here,
    Thankx for the last update for me it has worked and it’s fine,
    But now i need a new thing for another position after add to cart please:
    -Before the price
    -Instead of price
    -After the price
    ***After add to cart (need new position)

    And i need to show after add to cart, under the button add to cart
    Can you please give me the required codes to change in the scripts where position works?
    or can you make an update for a new position:
    -After Add to cart

    Thankx,
    Waiting your reply,

    1. Hello,

      Thanks for the suggestion, currently it’s not available but I will include it in the next update very soon.

      Omar

    2. Hello Omar,

      Thankx for the reply,
      Please notify me when you will update it, because i am making manual updates to plugins.

      Thank you very much,
      And please don’t forget to include this *position after Add to cart button*

    3. Hi,

      We’ve just released version 2.7 where we added two new values for the quantity price (before & after Add to Cart button), along with many other features that you can see in readme file.

      Please test it and let me know if you still have any issues, if you found it useful, it would be great if you can review the plugin.

      Omar

  91. Hi,
    How can I bulk edit a category to set the max qty to 2 for example. I don’t want to set the whole entire qty to i want to set each item to a specific number without having to go in an update every single item.

    1. Hello Cassandra,

      That’s a great request, I added it to the next release, for min, max, and step so you can apply the same value for tens of product at once.

      I will update you when it’s out.

      Omar

    2. Hi Cassandra,

      As promised, we’ve just released 2.7 where you can now define one single value for min/max/fixed quantities on category level, and it will apply it to all products in that category.

      Please test it and let me know if you still have any issues, don’t forget to review the plugin if you found the support & plugin useful please.

      Omar

  92. Hello,
    I’m testing your plugin as free version before buying the pro, if it suits my needs of course.
    I need to set fixed quantities for different products and in a dropdown menu, with min 1 to max 500 quantity.

    For example, product A : 100, 250, 500, 1000, 2500,…
    Product B : 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 20, 50…

    Apparently, the plugin does the job, but I met several issues :
    1 – It doesn’t work with variations
    As soon as I select options/variations on the product page (on the front) it breaks the dropdown menu and it shows 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10… to 500

    2- I thought that I should enable the “Variable Products Options > Load all variations” and the “Sum variations”
    But this totally breaks my product page or slow it down and don’t work at all.
    I guess this is a bug. Or it just doesn’t support variations ?

    Thanks in advance for your quick reply.
    Kind regards.

    1. Hello Alex,

      You’re right, the dropdown used to show all values from min to max (with step), for simple & variable products, this week we introduced a new feature that will show dropdown even no maximum is defined, it just reads the fixed quantities entered for the product.

      It looks it needs minor changes to make it works on variations, will get this fixed in the next release.

      Omar

    2. Hi Alex,

      Please note that we’ve just released a new version 2.7 (if you’re using the free one, it should be out in less than 30 minutes) where this issue is fixed.

      Please test and let me know if you have any more thoughts on this.

      Omar

  93. Hi,
    in version 2.6 you added the STEP settings by category.
    I’ve enabled Minimum, Default and Step quantity to be set by categories, so trying it, works only the step value and only if it is in integer, with decimals this value doesn’t work either.
    So I only tried with integers, both minimum (15), default (10) and step (5) but inspecting the source the input is
    — input type=”number” id=”quantity_5eb12c035ffcd” class=”input-text qty text” step=”5″ min=”1″ max=”” name=”quantity” value=”1″ title=”Qtà” size=”4″ placeholder=”” inputmode=”” —
    As you can see only step has the value that I set in the category.
    By enabling the columns to be seen in the product list, I see that min qty has remained at 1 (should be 15) and step at 5 (correct)
    By setting the values directly in the product minimum and step works correctly.

    1. Hello Luigi,

      You’re right, it’s not reading decimals correctly on step (category), will work on this and release a fix very soon.

      Omar

    2. I just bought the product for category step by decimal and discovered it is not working, will this be fixed soon?

    3. Hi Stephen,

      Sorry for the trouble, yes it’s addressed and will be released in the next update with other fixes/enhancements, less than a week hopefully.

      Omar

    4. Hi Luigi & Stephen,

      As promised, we’ve just released 2.7 where we addressed the decimal issue in category step.

      Please test it and let me know if you still have any issues, don’t forget to review the plugin if you found the support & plugin useful please.

      Omar

  94. Hi, I’m using your plugin since version 1.7 with active dropdowns and maximum quantity. It worked so far without any troubles (incl. WooCommerce 4.0.1), but since updating to current version 2.5 the cart updating function is broken. When I change product quantities at cart page once, the cart updates correctly. But when I change quantities again, the cart does not update to the new values and remains unchanged (more specifically, the cart cookie does not get a new woocommerce_cart_hash as a response).
    Deactivating dropdown feature solely solves the problem, hence I guess the problem arises somewhere there.
    Hope you can replicate the error and find a solution. Thanks for your great work!

    Kind regards

    1. Hello Greg,

      Issue is fixed in 2.6, please update and let me know if you still face any issues, sorry for the trouble.

      Omar

  95. Hi,

    Can you please tell me if it’s possible to add quantity option to the product-category page? Does your plugin support it? My client has the Pro version.
    You can reference this page for an example of where I want to add the quantity dropdown or scrollbox option.
    https://flowersexpress.us/product-category/carnations/

    Thanks!

    1. Hello Mikhail,

      It does support it, but it doesn’t enable it by default, for this functionality, you can use other plugins like this one:
      https://wordpress.org/plugins/quantity-field-on-shop-page-for-woocommerce/

      Once enabled, this plugin can control min/max/step/default quantities on archive (category) pages.

      Omar

  96. Hi,

    I am considering purchasing the Product Quantity for WooCommerce plugin. But wondering if it supports WPML. Because I have 4 languages set up and it would make my life much easier 🙂

    Please advise.

    Thank you

    1. Hi Ferid,

      As functionality, plugin should work fine with WPML, but an issue might araise with the error messages that the plugin shows, you can customize the message to appear on wrong quantities, but can’t have more than 1 language to use.

      I suggest you try the free version first, if it solved your issue, you can then upgrade at your convenience, here is it :
      https://wordpress.org/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce/

      Omar

    2. Hi Omar,

      Thank you letting me know.
      The error messages will be a problem I am afraid.
      Any idea if you are planning to release an update where it will be able to translate these strings to all languages? I can try the plugin if I know there will be an update .
      I am used to use WPML -> String Translation to find and translate these type of strings.

    3. Another thing is I wont be able to try the free version in a way I would want because it does not offer support for product variations. I mostly have product variations. I would have to buy the plugin and try it out.

    4. Hi Ferid,

      I will look into this, can’t promise if this can be done soon since it’s an integration with 3rd party plugins.

      Anyways, I’ve sent you an email directly to try out the premium version.

      Omar

  97. The products on my site can no longer be purchased in quantities below 1 – they have been able to do so recently?

    1. Hello,

      This is a bug that’s fixed and will be released tomorrow (along with many other features).

      Temporarily, you can go to main plugin settings >> Force Quantity Options >> Force on product to min quantity, this will allow users to go below 1.

      Sorry for the inconvenience, it will be fixed very soon.

      Omar

  98. Hello
    Great plugin. We needed it for setting an specific step quantity for a single product and works perfect…
    but we also want the price quantity to appear as dropdown and that we havent figured out how to do it so far.
    We are following the instructions in the plugin documentation, enabling the QUANTITY DROPDOWN section, etc but the price still appears as default, not as dropdown.
    Please help us here because this minor issue is the only thing we havent been able to configure…

    1. Hi José,

      No worries at all, can you either send me screenshot of the dropdown settings section, or grant me access to your website (and the product your’re working on) to [email protected] and I will be glad to help.

      Omar

  99. Hi there,
    Excellent plugin. Min qty works great for me however I have a couple of questions:
    1. Product archives: If the user adds a product to cart (min qty 6) it works great. If however the user wants to add another 6, pressing “add to cart” again won’t add another 6. Is this a settings issue or a plugin limitation?
    2. Is it possible to add qty drop down on product archives?
    Thanks for your support!

    1. Hi Chris,

      Thanks for the great feedback.

      1- It’s not a plugin setting & I doubt it’s a plugin issue, it might be how you’re allowing quantity input in archive pages (or theme, for example OceanWP changes “add to cart” to “view cart”), I’ve tested it using plugin “Quantity Field on Shop Page for WooCommerce” and it worked, added same product twice from archive page.

      2. Yes, and that should be default if you enable quantity on archive, that’s why I think it’s somehow related to the way you added quantity there.

      If you need further assistance, please send me details (and website link) to [email protected]

      Omar

  100. I would like to show the %min_per_item_quantity% as the initial value in any quantity field for any product. Any thoughts on how this can be done? I understand this is more a theme issue than an issue with this very good plugin.

    I.e.: if the minimum quantity per item is 0.3 i want the product quantity field to display 0.3 unless the minimum quantity is already in the basket – in which case I’d like the field to display the step value (0.1)

    1. Hi Trond,

      To show the minimum value on product page (on page load, i.e. when customer opens the product page), please do this:

      Plugin main settings >> Force Quantity Options >> Force initial quantity on single product page >> Force to min quantity.

      The quantity field can never show the step value (unless it’s the minimum as well), one thing here, and unfortunately, the plugin can’t check if the minimim value is added to the cart (and shows a different quantity if so).

      To understand the behavior better, I have a product with 0.5 min, opened it, page loaded with 0.5 as default, added to the cart, why the page (without reload or refresh) should change 0.5 now to something else? Not sure if it will be convenient to users honestly.

      Omar

  101. Hi,

    I have a problem with the decimal numbers. It the product page I can add decimal numbers to the product but I can’t edit the numebrs in the cart page, when I type a decimal numbers it displays an error that says I can’t not add a decimal number.

    Thanks,

    1. Hi Luis,

      Usually this happens depending on theme, may I check your website and a product link that’s set to decimal?

      Omar

  102. Hello,
    that would be great. I will then wait for your answer

    Thank you very much 👍

  103. Hi
    Im a newbie here. I downloaded the plugin as i wanted to create a minimum 6 items (may be from diferent items) buy and a forced buy of multiples of 6.
    When i tried any of these option i cant add one of an item…i get the notice and wont progress to cart. Only if i add 6 in the quantity of item.
    Shouldn’t the cart verification for the parameters be done only when the client tries to checkout? Since this way i’m forced to add multiples of 6 of each of the items and not individualy.
    Thanks

    1. Sorry…only now i saw that the bug is being verified as it happened to other users.

    2. Hi Mike,

      Just to make sure I got you correctly here, because I don’t remember a related bug for this case.

      Verification depends on settings you choose, so for example if you set fixed amounts on one product, validation makes sense to be done when you add to cart.

      But if you are using the same feature on category level, validation will be on cart level not add to product.

      Are these 6 items in a separate category? If yes, this would be fairly easy to do, if not, what is mutual between them so you want to group them under one rule?

      Omar

    3. Hi have 5 different wines
      I want to sell multiple of 6 bottles
      I want to the plugin to let me add por example : 2 reds + 2white + 2 rose
      But when i try to add 2 reds i get the notice that i have to add 6 bottles and that 2 selected doesnt go to the shopping cart. Only if i add 6 of each does they go to the shopping cart
      Thanks

    4. Got it,

      In this case, I suggest you use the fixed amounts quantity feature, set it to 6, 12 ,18, etc.

      This way, the verification will be applied on cart, so customer can buy any mix of these different wine types, but total should match 6, 12…

      I’m assuming that all your products store are from these 5 different wines only, if not please let met know what is common between these 5 types so I can think of alternative.

      Omar

  104. Hello! Purchased this in February, but I noticed today that I’m several versions out of date. I thought updating was automatic, but figured I’d just do it manually. But, when I login to my account/dashboard, I see my order but no download links or site keys listed. How do I ensure I have the latest version, especially since it fixed the decimal PayPal payment issue.

    Thank you!

    1. Hi,

      We’ve just regenerated download permissions for your order. Could you please check if it’s available now in https://wpfactory.com/my-account/downloads/

      As for automatic updates – you need to download our free WPFactory Helper plugin to enable automatic updates.

      Hope that helps. Please let us know if you have any questions.

    2. I see the updated key, but when I entered it into the WP Factory plugin, it says “Wrong Key”. It gives me the same message on the Plugins page when I try to update it there. 🙁

    3. Hi FLX,

      I suggest you check with [email protected] , they will respond faster there.

      Omar

    4. Hi,

      Sorry for the late reply.

      There is usually one of two reasons why it says “Wrong key”:

      1. You’ve entered incorrect site URL when generating key in https://wpfactory.com/my-account/downloads/. Please make sure that you are entering site URL exactly as it says in “Settings > WPFactory > Site URL” in your admin dashboard.

      2. Please make sure that you have copy/pasted the key without any changes from https://wpfactory.com/my-account/downloads/ to “Settings > WPFactory > Set key”.

      If none of the above helps – could you please contact us at [email protected] for further support.

  105. hello i installed the plugin and it works but now another plugin doesn’t work anymore: https://barn2.co.uk/wordpress-plugins/woocommerce-default-quantity/

    the default quantity is no longer set

    can you solve that?

    1. Hello,

      I’m not sure how compatible both plugins are with each other, but if you want to specify default values for plugin (assuming it will be the minimum or maximum values for the product), you can do so by changing the setting on plugin main page >> Force Quantity on single product page >> set to min or max.

      If this is not what you’re looking for, please let me know and provide more details to see if I can help further.

      Omar

    2. Hello,
      some products do not have a minimum order quantity but we only want to display a standard quantity because we offer quantity discounts. the other plugin offers the possibility to only specify a standard quantity so that the quantity discount is displayed instead of the unit price. Unfortunately, this no longer works if you activate Product Quantity, as there is probably a conflict.

      can you make it compatible?

      Sorry for my english. i use google translate

    3. No worries, I got it.

      So you want to say, when customer opens this product page, it should show quantity of 5 by default, for other product, is should be 10 (without these being min/max).

      I will work on this feature these coming days, it shouldn’t be hard to develop.

      Will keep you posted.

      Omar

    4. Hi,
       
      Just want to let you know that we’ve just released 2.4 where you can now specify a default quantity for products, hope this meets your needs.
       
      If you found the plugin & support useful, please consider leaving us a rating here on WPFactory or on the free version on WP.org.
       
      Thanks,

    5. Hello
      I installed version 2.4 and entered a default quantity but it does not work the default quantity is still one.

      I also get the following error on the shopping cart page:
      Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /../wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro/includes/class-alg-wc-pq-core.php on line 1235

    6. Hi,

      For the default to appear on page load, you have to change the “Force Options” section on main plugin tab, choose Force to default quantity.

      For the other message, sorry for this issue, I’m working on it, but you can easily hide it if you turn off debugging, if you need more how to do this, please contact me at [email protected]

      Omar

    7. Hi,

      I’ve just released 2.5, issue is fixed on this version (along with other 2 enhancements).

      Please let me know if you still face any issues, and if you found the support useful, please conisder leaving us a rating 🙂

      Omar

    8. thanks for the great help and implementation. evaluation is out. Thanks again!

  106. Is the plugin supports to manage quantities of each product in WooCommerce Multivendor Marketplace?

    1. Hi Nizam,

      Actually haven’t tested it with MultiVendor, if the free version works fine (on site level), it’s probably will work on product level with Mutlivendor, you’re also entitled for a 30-day money back guarantee if it wasn’t exactly as expected.

      Omar

  107. Is there documentation for this plugin? We can’t find any. Trying to use this plugin to control inventory at product level. So people can choose between buying say a single item, or a pack of 10. Thought we had it set up right, but when we tested our shop page and purchased a pack of 10, it only removed 1 from our inventory on the variable level.

    1. Hi,

      The current plugin description has the necessary information about how to use the plugin, in case of any further help needed, we’re here for that.

      I’ve tested both cases on variable product to reproduce your case:
      1) Stock on product (variable not variation) level, set to 100, bought 20 of one variation, I can confirm that stock quantity for the variable is now 80.
      2) Stock on variation level, disabled on product itself, and enabled “Manage Stock” on variation, tested the same scenario, and stock for variation went 80 as well.

      Are you mixing stock on both levels? And may I get access to check (on test or staging server)? If yes, please use [email protected]

      If not, that’s fine, just please provide more details to reproduce the case.

      Omar

  108. I can’t figure out how to validate the sum of variable products on the cart and block checkout if the total doesn’t meet the min–it lets it right through.

    We sell variable products and we want the validation of all variable quantities to occur on the cart before going to checkout. Ex. we have min set on main product to 10. I want to allow a user to add 5 of one variation and 5 of another, with no Add to cart validation since it doesn’t know the total yet. But if I just add 5 of one variation, it lets me check out with no errors or blocking. So something is not working as intended.

    I have “Sum variations” “Cart notices” (error) and “Block check out” ON. “Add to cart” validation is OFF since again, we want the validation to occur in the cart as there could be multiple “add to cart” actions for each variation to get to the minimum allowed.

    1. Hi David,

      I’m testing this and it looks there is a case that produces a bug, I will confirm soon with a fix & release.

      Omar

    2. I have the same issue, is there a solution

    3. Hi lluis,

      I’m working on it, please give me a day or two to get it fixed, will let you know once I have an update.

      Omar

    4. Thanks Omar!

    5. Hi David & lluis,

      Glad to let you know that we’ve just released a new version 2.4 where we introduced a new field to calculate min & max for all variations, so your customers can now mix variations to meet the desired quantity.

      I hope you found this useful, if you still need any help, please let me know, it will also be great if you can leave us a rating if you found the plugin & support useful.

      Omar

  109. Hi
    We are trying to use this on a multilingual page on this product: https://agentur-c.ch/produkt/zuckerbeutel-mit-bibelversen/

    The german Version of the error message “Die erlaubte Anzahl von %product_title% ist %allowed_quantity%. Deine aktuelle Anzahl: %quantity%.” Should be translated in french to:
    “Le nombre autorisé de Sachets de sucre avec des versets bibliques est %allowed_quantity% votre nombre actuel est %quantity%.”

    We tried it with a String translation, but we could not find a string for this.

    1. Hi Hans-Peter,

      Since the plugin isn’t configured to allow several fields for the messages to be shown (to be compatible with multilingual sites), I have a better suggestion for you, and it’s ever more convenient from a UX perspective.

      Since you want to allow these 5 values only, and instead of typing that in the product description, you better use dropdown and not quantity input.

      To enable this, go to Quantity Dropdown page, enable, and then go to Maximum Quantity page, enable it and enable per product as well there.

      Next in the product page, you’ve already defined 1,2,3,6,9,12, just add maximum as 13, and you will have a dropdown 🙂

      Let me know if this solves your issue.

      Omar

    2. Ah, that worked! Thank you so much!

    3. Awesome, if you found the plugin & support useful, it would be great if you can leave us a rating 🙂

      Thank you,
      Omar

  110. Hi,
    I’ve activated fixed amounts on a product, (3,6,12) – But you can still quantities that aren’t fixed to the basket? It still defaults to 1, and the plus icon just continues to go up in increments of 1.

    How do I get it to display something like a drop down with only these specific choices, or when they click the plus icon – it automatically moves to the next fixed amount?

    Kind regards,

    1. Hi,
      There are some settings that you need to enable to make this works the way you want.
       
      To block adding amounts other than these 3 to the basket, please go to plugin main page >> Add to Cart Validation >> Validate and add notices.
       
      The + icon takes the step (which is fixed), in your case this won’t work since you have a step of 3 then 6, to enable dropdown for this case, here is a workaround:
       
      Go to Quantity Dropdown page (plugin settings), Enable, go to Maximum Quantity page, enable section and enable per product, then go to this particular product, where you’ve defined 3, 6, 12 as fixed, just enter 13 in the maximum field, and you will have a drop down that shows 3, 6, and 12.
       
      Let me know if you have any other question, and if you found the plugin & support useful, please consider leaving us a rating here or on WP.org plugin page
       
      Omar

  111. Hello Omar,
    Yes i need somehow to show from “class=pro_price_extra_info” that i told you about there and it is a bit urgent for me because it shows per m2 or per Litre or per piece, after the %price% %qty% what i input in that extra field for products. Because my products have different suffix after price, and i use extra info for them to enter suffix for every product to show after price.
    Can you sort it out somehow? You said you can find a temp workaround? What do i need to give you to try and make this work?

    Thankx,
    best regards

    1. Hello,

      I understand, the HTML part was about the generatl text to customize, not for the class to use, any placeholder to be used here needs to be defined in the plugin, and I’m working to get the unit as a placeholder so it’s automatically added there as per product unit.

      Can you please contact me at [email protected] and send me a sample for your products, I will see if I can help you with a workaround or maybe allocate a resource today or tomorrow to fix it.

      Omaar

    2. Hello,
       
      Just want to let you know that in version 2.3 (just released), you are now able to define measurements per product, that you can show next to total price by quantity feature.
       
      It should be fairly easy to find your way to use it, please let me know if it meets your need, and you found it useful, it will be great if you can leave us a rating here on on WP.org plugin page.
       
      Omar

    3. Hello,
      Yes thank you , now it works. it is working correctly %unit%.

      Have a nice day,
      Thankx for the update

  112. Hello,
    I’ve just bought the plugin. It seems to be ok, but one thing is annoying.
    How to limit decimal places in quantity field? It’ shows 1.3000000000000003, 1.4000000000000004, 1.5000000000000004 and so on. I just want to have one decimal place: 1.3, 1.4, 1.5.

    1. Hello Damian,

      That’s weird, and not the default behavior, I think it’s a setting somwhere in the store, may I take a look to check?

      If possible, please grant me access to your server (or staging), reach me at [email protected]

      Omar

  113. Hello Pro User here,
    I wanted to ask a single thing:

    Price display by quantity:
    Template
    Placeholders: %price%, %qty%.

    I want to show other placeholder here:
    class=”pro_price_extra_info”
    This is a extra info field after price (like suffix price).
    and i wanted to show this class after %price%, %qty%.
    I know it’s HTML there but, i cannot show that class there.

    60,00 lei /m² (this is the price and extra info after is: /m2
    this is the code:
    /m²
    i want to show this /m2 after %price%, %qty%
    how can i show that class? because i have different ones m2, piece, liters
    and i need to enter a placeholder after price, qty, and next this /m2 or liters or what i enter in price extra info (like suffix)
    Thankx,
    Waiting your reply

    1. Hello,

      It’s actually makes me wonders how! When someone requests a feature (for the very first time), in just less than 2 days, another one comes and request it as well!

      I will release an update soon that will allow more placeholders here that are customizable based on store products, if it’s a bit urgent, please let me know and I will see if i can find a temp. workaround.

      Omar

  114. Hello, Pro user here. I am trying to widen the combo box drop down that shows the quantities but no luck so far. Under Styling I input width: 200px; but it did not do anything for the Qty field. The problem right now is that the drop down field only shows 2 numbers after making a selection from the combo box but when I set the quantity to something like 300 it looks like 30 in the quantity field. How do I widen the field to show more numbers?

    Also, is it possible to get rid of the Plus and Minus buttons on either side of the drop down? Right now it looks like this:

    | + | 20 \/ | – | Add to Cart

    But I want it to look like this.

    | 20 \/ | Add to Cart

    Thank you awesome plugin in every other way; better even than wooCommerce’s own plugin for this feature.

    1. Never mind, it does work, I had to use min-width to force it to widen the input area. Also, I had to add the following code in my extra CSS settings to hide the plus/minus buttons in case anyone else needs to do this:

      .quantity .minus, .quantity .plus {
      display: none;
      }

    2. Hello HLM Supply,

      Thanks a lot for your message, and happy to know you were able to solve, but I was just curious why the +/- buttons appeared next to dropdown, this is not the default behaviour.

      Anyways, it’s great to know it’s all sorted, and it made my day to hear such feedback, it will be great if you can leave it as a review for the plugin as well 🙂

      Best,
      Omar

  115. Hello again — when restricting quantity to a series of options (1, 5, 10, 20), is it possible to restrict a particular amount (such as 20) to a specific role?

    1. Hi Scott, do you mean specific “user” role?

      So if a user (customer) role is customer or shop manager, you want to allow him/her buying / not buying 20? If that’s the case, no it’s not possible.

      If I’m getting it wrong, please elaborate a bit and I would love to help.

      Omar

  116. Hey. Pro user here. We’re selling seafood.
    Some products are available to buy with the integer quantity of it.
    Like 1, 2, 3 jars of caviar etc – not decimal quantity.
    But we also have fish – you can buy 0.5 kg, 1 kg, 1.5 kg, 2 kg of it etc.
    Or something expensive – 0.1 kg, 0.2 kg, 0.3 kg etc
    How to make it possible to enable settings options for a selected items/goods only and what to set there to have an ability to press “+” on a product page and select 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0 etc?

    1. Hello Viacheslav,

      You will need to enable step quantity per product, go to Step Quantity tab (plugin settings), tick the box next to Per Product.

      Next, under any product page, you will see a field for the step quantity, so you can set 0.5 for “regular” fish, and on expensive ones, set it to 0.1

      I hope this helps, please let me know if you still have any issues.

      Omar

  117. Hello once again.
    I need to let you know that everything is not working ok
    the minimum quantities work fine
    There are problems with quantitative steps
    Some work fine, and some especially those that have steps set to decimal values do not work.
    Most problems are with items that have set minimum steps to values below 1, such as 0.5
    It is very strange to me because the settings except the quantitative steps are the same everywhere, but some do work but some do not
    Please help quickly. this site should go public in a day or two
    Thank you

    1. upon closer inspection, I noticed that the quantitative steps do not work correctly in all cases with decimal values.
      For some quantitative steps, it is not possible to change the value by clicking plus minus;
      For example
      Minimum quantity 0.5
      Quantitative step 0.5
      You cannot change the quantity by clicking the plus or minus button

      For example 2
      Minimum quantity 2.5
      Quantitative step 2.5
      you can change it by clicking the plus button and the value of the second step is displayed correctly in the input field (5) but the price display for the quantity is 4. This is wrong

    2. Hi Klemen,

      No worries, I might need to check some settings on your server, some times themes overwrite +/- buttons, plus some plugin settings that can help.

      If possible, please give me access to your server and I will be glad to check & help, you can use my email [email protected]

      Omar

  118. Before I buy I’ll try your free version and see if it works ok
    On this version, the quantitative steps do not seem right to me
    I set the minimum quantity and quantity step to 2.5 which appears correctly on the product page. However, when I press the + sign, the next step shows 4 rather than 5 as it should be
    I have the plugin installed on the test page, i can give you access to the site if you need it.
    If you can solve this issue with quantitative steps, i will go buy this plugin immediately because i really need it fast

    1. i think i did it.
      In JS Check Options I confirmed what was required and works
      thanks anyway

    2. Hi Klemen,

      Glad to know it’s working, you are right, some themes require JS override.

      Omar

  119. Hi –I just want to make sure I understand, this plugin has the ability to sell an inventoried product in non-incremental lots? For example, Widget X would have a dropdown options of 50, 100, 250. And it is also possible to use inventory tracked variants (instead of simple product) to offer options of 50, 100, 250, which has the added benefit of providing reduced unit pricing for each quantity option? If so, this sounds perfect for maintaining stock levels when selling in bulk lots.
    Thanks.

    1. Hi Scott,

      For the first part (Widget X), yes that’s easily doable, having a dropdown for any product (simple/variable).

      The plugin has nothing to do with reduced pricing for products, the plugin will allow you set the step “incremental” for any product you want, and have a dropdown as optional as well.

      I didn’t get the part of “added benefit … ” If you can give an example on the second part so I can confirm 100% if the plugin can do it, that would be better.

      Omar

    2. Hi Omar,
      Disregard other aspects of inquiry, and let’s just clarify, you stated it can do incremental, but my need for for non-incremental series of quantity options. For example: 1, 3, 10, 15. Possible?

    3. Yes, you can use the fixed quantity feature, it allows you to enter all accepted quantities.
       
      As an example, I created this product with the specified quantities you mentioned (you can also create them as a drop down as well)
       
      Omar

  120. Hi,
    I am thinking about bying the pro version to add different minimum and steps to my products but first I’m doing some tests and one is not going well.
    I try to make quantity steps that my quantity increase by 500 to 500 but all I have is 501, 502, 503… in a red box until 1000 arrives and the red box disepears.
    It works fine with dropdown, I have steps but quantity can go from 500 to 30.000 so to much lines in the dropdown menu.
    Is it really possible to get arrows going up and down 500 by 500 ?
    Thanks a lot for your answer.

    1. Hi Sebastien,
       
      To make sure I got you correctly here, the minimum quantity should be 500, and step also 500? So customer can buy 500, 1000, 1500 and so on? Like this product for example?
       
      This should not be an issue, and you don’t need to enable dropdown for it, just set the min to 500, and step to 500 (the free version allows this on all products at once, the pro on product basis).
       
      If this is not what you’re looking for, please give me more details and maybe a link to your product.
       
      Omar

    2. Hi Omar,
      Thank you for your quick answer.
      Waiting for your answer, I did some basic test, installing a new wordpress with defaut theme, woocommerce and your plugin only and except a small css trouble about size of quantity volume and big numbers, everything is working like a charm.
      Easy to setup \o/
      Sorry for that question, I should have done that before…

    3. No worries at all Sebastien, glad to know it’s all fine now.

      Feel free to send us any questions your way.

      Omar

  121. I’ve seen a number of people list the same issue I’m having, but you mentioned in your replies that you couldn’t recreate the problem. Hoping you have a solution, because it’s happening here as well.

    If entering a quantity of 3.5 (or any fractional entry (.25 or .5), PayPal is rounding down. So, if I add 3.5, PayPal wants to charge me for 3…yet the order says 3.5 within Woocommerce. Please advise, as the plugin is fantastic otherwise, just unusable if it can’t charge the right amount. 🙂

    Thank you!

    1. I am seeing this in the free version.

    2. I’m using the paid version though.

    3. Thanks a lot Greg & Martin.

      It’s on my list now, and will keep you posted.

      Omar

    4. Hello Greg, Martin, & FLX,
       
      Happy to tell you that issue is fixed now in version 2.1 (just released), I addressed the PayPal issue and you should be able to pay the exact amount with PayPal.
       
      Let me know if you still have any questions, and if you found the plugin & support useful, please consider leaving us a rating.
       
      Omar

  122. Is this plugin MultiSite compatible

    1. Hi Martin,

      Actually I haven’t tested it with WP Multisite, but installing it on each installation shouldn’t be an issue.

      Feel free to try the free version of it, once you find it all fine, you can upgrade to the pro version.

      Omar

  123. How can I activate PRO version after I have bought it? I have key, but I can not find where I can enter it.

    1. Hi Elina,You will need to install the WPFactory Helper Plugin and then set the key under your WordPress Settings >> WPFactory.Please let me know if you still face any issue.Omar

  124. Thank you!

    I didn’t know I had to deactivate it. Works perfectly fine now!

    Thank you very much!

    1. Glad to know it’s working fine now Dina, we will make sure this doesn’t happen in the next update.
      If you found the plugin & support useful, it would be great if you can leave us a rating.
      Omar

  125. Hi!
    I hope you can help me 🙂
    I bought and downloaded the Product Quantity for WooCommerce PRO on 15th March. Because of some troubles I couldn’t try it.
    Now I installed the Plugin to my Website/Wordpress and now I get this massage:

    Fatal error: Cannot redeclare mp_sync_on_product_save() (previously declared in /homepages/45/d699182385/htdocs/clickandbuilds/ShopDonnaStoffe/wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce/product-quantity-for-woocommerce.php:218) in /homepages/45/d699182385/htdocs/clickandbuilds/ShopDonnaStoffe/wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro.php on line 246

    I don’t know what to do… Can you help me with this?

    And another problem I have: I can’t download the zip-file of the plugin again. The Link I got via e-mail is empty.

    Kind regards
    Dina

    1. Hi Dina,

      You should be able to download the latest plugin version from https://wpfactory.com/my-account/downloads/

    2. Hi thank you!
      I can see it now and downloaded again.
      Unfortunately it’s still the same fatal error.

      Do you have any idea what could be the reason or how I can fix it?

    3. Hi Dina,

      Can you please try to disable the free version?

      Omar

  126. Hi, hoping you may be able to help ASAP due to a minor emergency! We sell beers (all under one product, several variations) in mixed cases of 12, i.e. I’d like the buyer to be able to choose any combination of variations as long as the total number of cans is a multiple of 12. However, we also sell t-shirts, caps etc. that I’d like the buyer to choose any quantity of with no restrictions. I’ve been playing around but can’t work out how to do this. Many thanks, Pat

    1. Hi Patrick,

      Have you tried setting fixed quantity option and set it on the main (variable) product?

      Enable fixed quantity from plugin settings (per product), and then on the product page, leave all plugin settings for variations untouched, and in Exact Quantity Field for the main variable product, enter 12,24,36,…

      Let me know if this gets the job done for you.

      Omar

  127. Hello, first of all I have the plugin in the Pro version and we are very satisfied.

    Here is my question:

    We sell slides and the customer can buy them in the length he wants.
    This works great with the plugin too.
    Is there a way now that the quantities the customer wants to buy are not added in the shopping cart?
    That means the customer wants one piece 5 meters long, one piece 10 meters long and one 4 meters long, then 3 pieces of the product should be in the shopping cart with the corresponding length.
    If this would be possible, I have not found this setting yet.

    Greeting
    Benny E.

    1. Hello Benjamin,
       
      Thanks for your feedback and happy to know you’re all good with the plugin.
       
      If I got you correctly, this is the same product, and you’re selling per meter? In this case, when customers add 4 meters and then 3 meters, the cart will have 7 meters of the same product.
       
      If this is the case, unfortunately this is not something the plugin does, but as a try to help you further, I found this page that can help you accomplishing this with minor tweak on your functions.php file.
       
      Please let me know if I can be in any further assistance.
       
      Omar

    2. Hello, Omar,
      yes, that’s exactly what I meant.
      The code snippet you showed me solved the problem.
      Now it should only be applied to certain products but I’m attributing it to myself.

      Thanks a lot for the help

      Greeting
      Benny E.

    3. Glad to know I was in a sort of help for your.
      If you found the plugin & support useful, it will be great if you can leave us a rating.
      Omar

  128. Hello, I bought the plugin today and have the following two problems.

    1. I set a product with decimal quantities: min: 0.5, step: 0.1.
    Now when I open the single product page, the quantity starts with the min value. After I pressed the quantity plus button three times, the quantity is not 0.8, it is 0,7999999999999999. Have the problems always after a few plus or minus adjustments (also e.q. 1,8000000000000003). It works finde with 0.5 steps btw.
    2. If I have the same setup like in 1. and open the single product page (with quantity 0.5) and immediately add the product to card, it adds it with quantity 1, not 0.5. After changing the quantity it adds the product to card correctly. (I enabled “Force initial quantity on single product page” to min quantity)

    I look forward to your help.

    1. Hello Lilian,

      That looks like an odd case, it’s possible that the +/- buttons are controlled by specific code, does this happen if you increase the quantity using keyboard up arrow?

      Is it possible to grant access to your site to check? If so, please add my email [email protected]

      Omar

    2. Hello Omar,

      It works finde with the keyboard arrows. Okay, then it seems to be an error in the theme JS. I already changed it, because it does only parse integers. But my JS is not the best and it doesn’t work with mobile chorme (mobile firefox works fine). Maybe someone can help me:

      productQuantityAdjust: function() {
      			// Increase
      			jQuery(document).on('click', '.qty-plus', function(e) {
      				e.preventDefault();
      				var quantityInput = jQuery(this).parents('.quantity').find('input.qty'),
      					step = parseFloat(quantityInput.attr('step'), 10),
      					newValue = parseFloat(quantityInput.val(), 10) + step,
      					maxValue = parseFloat(quantityInput.attr('max'), 10);
      
      				if (!maxValue) {
      					maxValue = 9999999999;
      				}
      
      				if ( newValue = minValue ) {
      					quantityInput.val(newValue);
      					quantityInput.change();
      				}
      			});
      		}
    3. Hey Omar,

      thanks for you’re help, but I fixed it. But 2. is still a problem.

      Thanks

    4. Hi Lilian, glad to know you got it for the first problem.
      As for number two, it looks that default quantity (when you open the page) is also controlled by theme JS, you can check that by increasing quantity to 0.6 and then change it back to 0.5, it will add 0.5 to the cart.
      So it looks the theme overwrites the default quantity settings by WooCommerce (which the plugin overwrites), can you please check this as well?
      Here is the function that controls it by your theme.
      Please let me know if you still need any further help, and if you found the support useful, please leave us a rating.
      Omar
       

    5. Hi Lilian, I am experiencing the same issue as your first problem. Just wondering what code you used to correct this? And where did you add the code?
      I have a site ready to go live apart from this one annoyance.
      Hope you can help?!

    6. Hi Aaron,

      Please contact us at [email protected] with a link to your store, I might be able to tell you where exactly you have to change.

      Omar

  129. This plugin failed to load properly and is paused during recovery mode.

    An error of type E_COMPILE_ERROR was caused in line 248 of the file /home/babadert/public_html/babadertc.com/wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce/product-quantity-for-woocommerce.php. Error message: Cannot redeclare mp_sync_on_product_save() (previously declared in /home/babadert/public_html/babadertc.com/wp-content/plugins/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro/product-quantity-for-woocommerce-pro.php:218)

    Please someone contact me website is down

    1. My website went completely down as well. Removed this plugin (as the logs showed it was the culprit) via FTP (website down means website absolutely, totally and utterly down). Now back up and running. Functioning update is greatly appreciated!

    2. Hello Ahmad & Guido,

      Sorry it wasn’t an update from our side, most probably it’s because the newest WooCommerce 4 update.

      We’re working to get it back fully compatible with WC 4 and will release an update very soon.

      Omar

    3. Hello Ahmad & Guido,

      I’ve sent you separate emails, can you please update me as soon as you get them?

      Omar

  130. Hi !

    It s possible to add the field Quantity for all product on the shop page not only on the product single page ?

    Best regards,

    1. Hello,

      Do you mean to set a specific number (e.g. 10) for all products on your store at once? If yes, then this is easily doable by defining this value on the plugin settings page.

      For example, if you want all store products to have minimum quantity of 10, then go to plugin settings >> Minimum Quantity >> Per Item Minimum Quantity Options >> All Products and define the value there.

      Please let me know if you need any further help.

      Omar

  131. Is there a way to force increments for variable products? I’ve installed the pro version on a client site and have set up the minimums, but they want to define the increments as well. E.g. If the minimum is 100, then the following increments available to purchase are 200, 300, etc.

    The site is live so would love to resolve this ASAP.

    Thank you!

    1. Hello Kate,

      Yes you should be able to do so by defining a step quantity for the variable/variation on the product page.

      You will have to enable defining these values “per product” on their respective pages on the plugin settings (min & step quantity).

      Please let me know if this is not what you’re looking for.

      Omar

  132. Hello. I bought the plugin and I’m actually doing exactly what I want. But: for products with minimum quantity and steps the quantity selector of Woocommerce and also the drop down list is not shown. Then I can only put the articles with the minimum quantity into the shopping cart and I can’t change the quantity there either. What am I doing wrong?
    Thanks for your help!

    1. Hello Yves,

      Thanks for using the plugin, and glad to know it’s working for you.

      If I understood your post well, I think you need to allow dropdown list right? In this case, you will need to specify a maximum quantity for that product, or use Max Value Fallback number in plugin settings >> Quantity Dropdown >> Quantity Dropdown Options.

      Please let me know if this is not what you’re looking for.

      Omar

  133. Hello there!

    Omar helped me last time with setting quanty like this:
    That’s doable as well, enable Quantity Dropdown and Fixed Quantity (and per product) sections.
    Then in the product page, define a maximum of 500 (so the dropdown feature will work) and then enter 100,200,500 in Exact quantity allowed field (product page as well), and this should do it for you, like this page:
    https://allforher.org/?product=dropdown-product

    What IF i want to setup meter for product like this:
    – price is set in product per 1 meter (1m)
    – I want to sell 2,2m or 4,2m or 6,4

    I see only option I can set quantity for pieces, not like this for meter. Is this posible?

    Thanks!

    1. Hello Marko,

      Not sure I got the issue, but price is calculated (even with decimals) as per price per quantity of 1 multiplied by total quantity.

      So if I understood your case well, you will define price for the product (meter) in WooCommerce price field as usual, then set minimum quantity to 2.2, and step to 2.2 as well.

      Is this what you’re looking for?

      Omar

    2. Yes Omar, thats right.

      BTW – I found out sth not so good 🙁 Web site was running very slow, I tried cache plugins, optimized web site, different hostings. Nothing helped. Now I found out that if I disable your plugin “Product Quantity for WooCommerce Pro” the web site work fast as it should.
      How can we fix this?

    3. Hello Marko,

      Glad to know that you got the first thing fixed.

      As for the slowness, actually this is very weird and have never been reported before, can you please send me more details (and maybe a login info if possible?) about your website, link, screenshots of PageSpeed insights or GTMetrix results? I’m reachable at [email protected]

      Omar

    4. OK thanks Omar. I have sent you email.

  134. Hello guys. Great plug in and great job.

    I have a problem. I set 2 rules:

    The first is a minimum of 5 products to buy

    The second is a step of 12 products.

    I set: Block checkout page: Enable

    Stops customer from reaching the checkout page on wrong quantities. Customer will be redirected to the cart page.

    But if I put 5 products in the cart, I am redirected to the cart page. (error)

    It seems that the rule: step 12 overwrites the minimum rule 5 products.

    The result is that I can’t buy 5 products. I need to use both rules. How can I do ?

    The page I need help with: http://www.donnealpotere.it/

    1. Hi Raffaelle,
       
      Glad to know you’re enjoying the plugin (except this issue 🙂 ).
       
      What you requested is a straight-forward feature and you should have no issues having these two rules, I’ve created it on this test product for you to test.
       
      I think it’s most probably a setting overlap or mis-configuration, if you can please send me a screenshot for the product settings, or if possible, just grant me access on my email [email protected] and I will be glad to check it for you.
       
      Omar

    2. Hi Omar. Thanks to you.

      I’ll explain better.

      I have 12 products to sell, these products are single meals, which can be placed in a virtual box that contains 5,12,24,36 meals, and are shipped in refrigerated boxes that contain in order:

      5 meals
      12 meals
      24 meals
      36 meals

      So I can only sell: combinations of up to 5,12,24,36 meals.

      I can’t sell 6 meals, I can’t sell 8 meals. I can only sell 5,12,24,36 meals.

      When a person orders 1,2,3,4 products the cart must not work, when a person orders 7,8,9,10,11, meals the cart must not work.

      The shopping cart should only work if a person buys precisely 5,12,24,36 meals.

      Now: With the “step of 12” rule I solve the problem of the box of 12,24,36 and with the rule less than 5 I solve the problem of the box of 5.

      Perfect.

      But if you now go to donnealpotere.it and try to buy 5 products you can’t buy them.

    3. Hello Raffaele,

      Got it, and I’ve received your email, will respond there.

      Omar

  135. Hi, this is a great plugin. I’m having a problem with the “Price Display by Quantity” setting for variable products. When there is more than one variable attribute, e.g. colour and length, then the price display repeats, inline, by the number of variations available.

    For instance, I have wire priced per metre, sold in spools of 150 or 300 metres, in six different colours. When I select the length, say 150m, the “price display by quantity” text should display “Price for 150 is $121.5”, but instead it displays “Price for 150 is $121.5Price for 150 is $121.5Price for 150 is $121.5Price for 150 is $121.5Price for 150 is $121.5” (6 times) because there are 6 colour variations of 150m. When I then select a colour, say blue, the text displays twice “Price for 150 is $121.5Price for 150 is $121.5” because there is also a 300m option for blue.

    I’ve tried ticking and un-ticking various settings at the product and plug-in settings levels, but I can’t figure out how to fix it.

    Thanks

    1. Hello Andrew.

      Thanks for contacting us.

      You are correct, this is a bug and will be fixed very soon, I will let you know when the update is released.

      Omar

    2. Hello Andrew,
      As promised, a new version 1.8.4 was just released where I addressed the mentioned bug.
      Please test it and let me know if you still face the issue.
      If you found the plugin & support useful, it would be great if you can leave us a rating
      Omar

    3. Hi Omar, sorry for the late reply. I’ve just updated to 1.9.0 and everything is working great. Thanks for the fix!

      Andrew

    4. Hey Andrew, 
      Glad to know it’s sorted now, if you like the plugin & support, please consider leaving us a rating.
      Omar

  136. Hi!
    Great plugin but I have some special settings for items I wish to do. I want to set fixed quantity per item but then I want to see drop down or similar option on item page.

    So for example. If I set fixed quantity now to 100,200,500. I still see option “1” at item page and then that is transformed to “100” if I set the logic. But as I said I want to see “100”, “200” and “500” at item page so there is no option to select “1” or “2” or any other quantity.

    Thanks!

    1. Hi Marko,

      Does setting a minimum quantity (per the item) to 100, then having fixed quantity to 100, 200, 500 solve it?

      Omar

    2. Omar setting a minimum quantity (per the item) to 100, then having fixed quantity to 100, 200, 500 is closer to solution yes. But I want to have a drop menu for quantity per item so I can set minimum quantity 100,200 and 500.
      So that customer knows what the packages are – not 100, 101, 102 but 100, 200, 500.
      Thanks for the help and suggestions!
      Marko

    3. Hi Marko,

      That’s doable as well, enable Quantity Dropdown and Fixed Quantity (and per product) sections.
      Then in the product page, define a maximum of 500 (so the dropdown feature will work) and then enter 100,200,500 in Exact quantity allowed field (product page as well), and this should do it for you, like this page:
      https://allforher.org/?product=dropdown-product

      Let me know if this is not what you’re looking for.
      Omar

    4. Hello Omar. Great! It worked 🙂 Thanks!

    5. Awesome! Glad to hear this.
      If you found the plugin & support useful, it would be great if you can leave us a rating.Omar

  137. Hello, plugin is working great, but I had a question. The site has items where products are sold by the yard, ton, or bag.

    While the quantity dropdown box looks great, it’s just numbers. Is it possible to append some text within it? So, for example, if it’s a product sold by the Yard, I could enter “Yard” into a field and have the dropdown box read, “1 Yard, 1.5 Yards, 2 Yards,” etc.?

    Just trying to avoid confusion so I thought I’d ask since the plugin has so many features. Maybe I missed it. 🙂

    1. Hello Greg,

      Glad to know you like the plugin.

      Are you defining these quantities (yard, ton, bag) as attributes? Or (randomly saying) that each 10 yards are 1 ton?

      The plugin in its current features doesn’t add a text next to the quantity even in drop down menu, but I’m trying to figure out a way to overcome this.

      Omar

    2. Just to be clearer.

      You can add a label next the quantity (to define singular & plural quantities), but it will be the same label for all quantities, that’s why I need to know if x yards = 1 ton or they are separate attributes / variations for the product.

      Omar

    3. No attributes at all, so that’s made it easier. 🙂 Just using different types of products. Some are sold by the Yard, some by the Ton, and some by the Bag. They don’t choose from a dropdown box….each Yard, Ton, or Bag product is individual.

      I was just hoping to dress up the dropdown box with text so instead of 1, 2, 3, it has text next to it. Really not a big deal and I don’t expect it to be done, haha! I was just curious. 🙂

    4. Lol, no worries at all.

      What is more funnier is that I totally forgot about this feature in the plugin, this is easily doable 😀

      Go to plugin settings >> Quantity Dropdown >> Enable Label per product, and then you will see two fields in your product page, like these.

      Just replace the word “item” with Yard, ton, etc..

      Hope this helps, and if you found the plugin & support useful, please leave us a rating

      Omar

    5. That’s exactly what I wanted, haha! Beautiful! Thanks so much.

    6. Glad to know it’s all sorted, and sorry for the stylying in my last comment, it went out of format 🙂
      Let me know if you have any other questions.
      Omar

  138. We are having an issue with updating products with the PRO version of this plugin enabled.
    “An invalid form control with name=’order_item_qty[453]’ is not focusable.”
    Issue only occurs when this plugin is enabled and we’re not using any custom post types for products.
    Appears to have occurred with a recent update to WooCommerce.

    1. Hi 61Design,

      Can you please provide me with more details & settings in order to re-produce the issue? I’ve tested “almost” all plugin settings with 3.9 a couple of days ago and it went smoothly.

      Omar

    2. Have discovered the issue.
      The admin order page allowed to input quantities smaller than the defined step value. So for example, a customer might order 0.5kg of a product, then the admins would update the quantity to 0.518 and save the order once it was processed.
      Previously this used to work OK, but it appears that the plugin is now preventing the orders from being saved.
      Rather than generating a visible error when attempting to update the order, the plugin just errors out and prevents the form from being submitted at all.
      This really needs to have a visual warning when admins update orders with an incorrect step quantity.

    3. Hello @61Design.

      Thanks for the explanation, I’ve tried reproducing this on two tests websites, and in both cases, the admin was able to change the quantity even if it doesn’t match the product min/step settings, please check this screenshot:
      https://i.imgur.com/bZxSi5j.jpg

      Is there any other setting you have that might influence this behavior?

      Omar

  139. We are using the pro version, sadly the meta box doesn’t show on WCFM product edit screen, is there a way to display it there?

    1. Hi Boy,

      Sorry for this, but the plugin is not fully compatible with product types created by 3rd-party plugins.

      But we will be glad to do our best to help, so if possible, can you please send us at [email protected] more details (link & login details) so we can see if we can help.

      Omar

    2. I sent an email, but actually figured out a solution since you save data using custom fields.

      Thank you for offering to help though.

  140. Hello !
    It’s possible to define a different step quantity for each variation ?
    Variation 1 : quantity : 1 – 2 – 3 -4
    Variation 2 lot : 12 – 24 – 36 -48

    1. Hi Damien,

      Yes sure, please take a look at this product, blue color is variation 1 as in your example, and green is variation 2:
      https://allforher.org/?product=variable-product

      Please let me know if you have any other questions.
      Omar

    2. good ! it’s perfect !
      Thks !

    3. an other question, it’s possible to show quantity in a select dropdown ?

    4. I don’t see dropdown for quantity in this exemple. it’s a normal quantity select for me ^^’

    5. Sorry Damien it’s a testing environment and I had changed a setting before you see the link, you can check now, or check this screenshot as well:
      https://allforher.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/2020-01-29_18h36_51.jpg

      Omar

    6. ok thks, it’s exactly what i need 🙂

    7. Great, glad to help if you need any more details or support.

      Omar

  141. Dear WP Factory,

    1. Problem with products that are NOT set to decimals that CAN be added with decimals from the category page: https://youtu.be/8m-UYFa96js

    2. Product that is set to decimals can’t be added with decimals https://youtu.be/NYF6vFAuIUc

    Could you please assist us with this matter?”
    Best regards,
    Yuluma

    1. Hello Yuluma,

      Can you please try using a . instead of a comma for the decimal values? Like 0.5 instead of 0,5 and let me know?

      Same for the dropdown list.

      Omar

    2. Hi Omar,

      This does not fix it for the category page. From the product page it DOES work, i cant add 2.75 and it will show 2.75 in the cart. Normal products i can’t use decimals as wanted.

      But for the category page 2.75 becomes 2 and i can add 1.55 with products where decimals should not work.

      Please let me know how to proceed.
      Best regards,
      Yuluma

    3. Hi Yuluma,

      Are you using a plugin to show quantity on category pages? If yes, which one?

      Based on your answer, I might need more time to see how the plugin reads the quantity, and having access to the website will make it easier, is this an option?

      Omar

    4. Hi Omar, yes no problem. How can we contact you to send login information?

    5. Hi Yuluma,

      Please contact us at [email protected]

      Omar

    1. Hello Chun,

      It looks the checkout quantity page is set (fixed) to read integer numbers, if you right-click >> inspect element the quantity field in the checkout page, you will see that it under “Value”, it reads the closest integer number.

      Can I have access to the store to check further? Please add [email protected]. If not, can you please check the related setting for the quantity field in the theme? Because the default in WooCommerce is text not quantity input field.

      Omar

  142. what does the license includes other that support?

    if I get 1 year , will I receive an updates for the plugin after the year ?

    to be honest, this kind of plugins is very nice and helpful , it it used only when setup the website , so the support most likely needed on beginning

    later on I’ll need the updates only to be compatible with latest version of WordPress

    so what does the 1 year license includes ?

    1. It includes support, and updates for the life of the license.

      If you want future updates, you will need to get a lifetime license.

      Omar

  143. We are Wholesale company and we are selling only in bulk only. ex. unit Milk Carton, you can purchase on Pallet with price of $10/carton or purchase truck with price of $9 /carton

    where Pallet contains 28 Cartons and truck contains 22 Pallets

    You can purchase Pallet with price of $10/carton*28 carton , Else Purchase Truck with price of $9/carton*616

    I want the product page to display the price per carton based on variation and quantity will be number of cartons multiplied based on variation

    So if select variation Pallet it’ll display on product page the price $10 but quantity will be multiply by 28 carton so display only like this 28, 56, 84, n*28

    and if selected Truck the price will be $9 an quantity will be multiply by 616 carton like this 616, 1232, 1848, n*616

    So on cart it’ll display the name of product, type variation (Pallet or Truck), unit price and carton quantity

    is your plugin can helps me to do such a thing?

    1. Hello Ahmad,

      I think I got you well, to start, the plugin doesn’t do any control over pricing, so you will be managing pricing per pallet & truck using other plugins or code.

      The plugin will allow you to define different minimum & step quantity for each variation, but to be clear, you’ll define the main product as 1 Milk Carton, and then define a step quantity for the Pallet, so when customers select the variation (Pallet), they will be able to select 28, 56, etc.

      The same applies to truck, you define it as a different variation, and step quantity for it will be 616.

      I hope this is what you’re looking for, if not, I can provide you with a demo access so you can test it yourself before making a purchase.

      Best,
      Omar

    2. Thank you Mr Omar for your response.

      I have purchased the product and I has a problem onClick on variation , the qty is set to last display qty

      I need if click on variation to set the minimum of selected variation

      for example if variation (Pallet) qty is 28
      and variation (truck) qty is 616

      if I selected any of them and get back to other it should change qty to the minimum of select variation

      currently if I selected truck the qty display 616
      if I switch to Pallet , the qty remains 616

      How would I fix this ?

    3. Thanks Ahmad for your puchase.

      Have you tried the “Variable Products Options” section on General tab?

      Omar

  144. I just bought this plugin, but the min / max quantity fields are not shown when editing a product. Do you know what to do or where to find the fields?

  145. Hi Omar,

    how do I force the minimum quantity of a product (variation) in the cart as well?
    Currently it’s working fine for ‘add to cart’, but then in the cart I can go below the minimum?

    Thanks
    Dorian

    1. Hey Dorian,

      It should by default validate min. on cart, mayI take a look?
      Check this product, it’s set to 10 min, and you can’t go lower in the cart:
      https://la7eth.com/product/omar-test/

      Omar

  146. Hi Omar,

    thanks for the super fast reply.

    The maximum is not set unfortunately, so both options are not really what I was hoping for.
    Do not want drop downs for sure; option 1 would work but be a pain to set up (a lot of products with a lot of different a/b combos + I‘d need to set a maximum at some high value which actually isn‘t there).

    Any other ideas to achieve a true step+step solution?

    Thanks
    Dorian

    1. I’m afraid I can’t think of any right now, having many steps for every product isn’t an option in the current plugin, I will add it to future releases but can’t guarantee it soon.

      Sorry about that, but if I found a way, I will let you know for sure.

      Best,
      Omar

  147. My theme Mgana(La-StudioWeb.com) is in conflict with the Product Quantity plugin. I cannot increase or decrease the quantity by the set quantity step. For example, when quantity step is set to 0.1 it still increases the quantity by 1,2,3 and so on. When entering the value manually everything works fine. I guess the theme has its own process of handling the quantity increases. Are you familiar with similar issues and can you help me to solve it?

    1. Hi Tarmo,

      I’ve tried editing the quantity on this demo page:
      https://mgana.la-studioweb.com/furniture/product/ameesi-flower-floral-pattern-square/
      But as you said, it looks the theme doesn’t accept decimal steps even if I update the step to decimal (by inspecting the field element).

      Unfortunately, we haven’t worked on such issues, what I recommend is that if you’re still under support period with theme developer, inquire them about this field and how it sets the step, if not, you might want to dig a little in its code to see what overwrites the decimal step.

      Please let us know if we can be in any furhter assistance.
      Omar

  148. Hello,

    I need to sell a product in quantities that are multiples of a or b.
    E.g. a product (a=3 and b=5) has allowed quantities of 3,5,6,9,10,12,15,18,20,21,24,… and so on. It‘s like step 3 OR step 5 is allowed.
    Other products will use other values for a and b.

    Does your plugin allow me to do that? Or can it be customized like that?

    Thanks
    Dorian

    1. Hi Dorian,

      If the maximum number of quantity is set for the products, this can be done using two features of the plugin:
      1- Fixed quantity: Where you will limit the quantity to 3,5,6,9,10,12,15,18,20,21,24.
      2- Quantity drop down: Which will list the quantity options in a dropdown menu, like this screenshot:
      https://i.ibb.co/Qf9yCWc/2019-12-11-22h23-44.jpg

      Please let me know if this does not work so I can think of alternatives.

      Best,
      Omar

  149. Dear WP Factory,

    We’ve just installed your plugin. Is it possible to make decimals possible only for a few products? We sell bottles of yoghurt and they can only be sold in whole numbers. But we also sell cheese per 100 grams…. customers should be able to order 2,5 as an amount.

    Best regards,
    Yuluma

    1. Okay, found it… You go to WooCommerce > Settings > Product Wuantity > Minimum Quantity and Enable section (checkbox). Then under ‘Per Item Minimum Quantity Options’ you choose ‘Enable’ (checkbox again) and then in your product edit page you see this box.

      Next question that raises. When I try to buy this item in whole numbers, like 1, 2 or any whole number without any decimals I get this warning that the closest is 1,9 or 2,1…. What setting am I missing?

      http://prntscr.com/q9drvi

    2. Oh wow, found that out aswell:
      You can enable the min/max quantity and the steps per product. When you define the minimum on ‘0,1’ and the steps on ‘0,1’ it will work 😉

    3. You are finding the options faster than our support, glad to know the plugin settings are straight-forward.

      Please let us know if we can be in any further assistance.

      Omar

  150. Hello…I have the latest update of this plugin. When attempting to generate and invoice from Woo Commerce ADD ORDER….selecting my products and manually entering a quantity in the quantity field….say .45….it’s calculating the invoice correctly, however when the customer attempts to pay the invoice on ANY of the payment gateways (PayPal and Sezzle)….an error message appears telling them that they cannot pay. Woo Commerce order error to me says that it can’t generate a transaction ID so the payment cancelled. I’ve tested this numerous times and if I change the quantity back to a whole number then the order allows for payment processing. Is there something I have not done correctly that is preventing decimal increments in the quality fields from processing through to payments?

    Many thanks!

    1. Hello Laura,

      I need to look further into this to see where exactly it happens, for your privacy, can you please send me more details (invoice sample, exact transaction error message) to [email protected].

      Thanks,
      Omar

    2. Hi Laura and anyone who face this issue,

      We were able to reproduce the issue and fixed it in version 2.1

      Please test and let us know if you have any feedback.

      Omar

  151. I would to ask you if is possible to set difference minimum/maximum/step quantity for a single product variation:

    Example: Product A with red variation min.10/max.20/step.5 and Product A with blue variations min.20/max.40/step.10 ?

    I wait your reply

    thanks

    1. and if yes, is possible to view a snapshot of that?

    2. Hello Enrico,

      Yes it does, here is a screenshot of the options you get when you enable the corresponding features (min, max, step):
      https://imgur.com/a/IbHzWnA

      Please let me know you have any other questions.
      Omar

  152. I think i see bug with plugin. if my quantity in woocommerce is 1 the dropdown becomes hidden? is that normal?

    1. when I inspect it shows:

    2. input type=”hidden” id=”quantity_5de22f0690a94″ class=”qty” name=”quantity” value=”1″

    3. Hello Mh Howard,

      I’ve tried to replicate the issue but couldn’t, just to confirm:
      1- Created a new product
      2- Set a max quantity (so the feature would work)
      3- Enabled quantity display
      I can see a dropdown for all quantities from 1 to my max, check this link:
      https://la7eth.com/product/omar-test/

      Can you please elaborate on the issue? A link would be useful as well.

      Omar

  153. I encountered a bug with the pro plugin. From the “Quantity Dropdown” tab, I can add “Labels per product” which works perfectly on my individual product pages for both simple and variable products. The bug occurs when you view the shopping cart. The labels per product set on the individual product pages do not show for variable products in the shopping cart, only for simple products. Any assistance would be appreciated.

    1. Hi Cameron,

      Thanks for reporting. I’ve tested it and I can confirm that the described problem exists. I’ve already fixed it in our development version. We will release the new version as soon as possible, hopefully tomorrow.

    2. Hi Cameron,

      As promised, we’ve released new plugin version 1.8.1 today – the issue should be fixed now.

      Please let me know if it’s still not working correctly. And if you like the plugin, please consider leaving me a rating.

  154. 1. Is it possible to have the default quantity displayed in the drop-down menu to be the minimum – 1 in my case? Currently, it is displayed as blank even though I’ve enabled General>Force minimum quantity.
    2. Is it possible to add the text “Quantity” to the left of the drop-down menu using Styling or otherwise?
    Thanks.

    1. I found these answers to my questions.
      1. The default value of 1 was being blanked out on items that were out of stock which makes sense. It does display on items in stock.
      2. I tried using CSS :before to add “Quantity” before the drop-down menu but it did not work – it was always overridden.

      I like this plugin because it allows setting max/min value and also converts the text box to a drop-down menu. I’ll be purchasing a site license.

    2. Hi,

      Sorry for the late reply.

      Regarding nr. 2 – I will try to add some option for this in the next plugin version, however, I’ve just tried adding it with CSS and it seems to be working (at least with Storefront theme). This is my custom CSS:

      div.quantity:before {
          content: "Quantity";
      }

      Please let me know if that helped.

    3. Hi,

      In case you still need this – we’ve released new plugin version 1.8.1, where I’ve added two new “Template > Before” and “Template > After” options to “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Quantity Dropdown”, so you can now add the required text directly, without CSS.

      Please let me know if it’s not working correctly. And if you like the plugin, please consider leaving me a rating.

    4. Tom,
      Your “template” addition to the plugin works great. I can now add text before or after the quantity drop-down menu. I added the text “Quantity”. However, I was wondering if this added text could only appear on product pages and not on the Cart page? The Cart page already has the drop-down menu well labeled under a column also labeled Quantity.

      By the way, the CSS you mentioned did not work in the TwentySeventeen theme.
      Thanks.

    5. I looked at the issue of added text before/after the quantity drop-down menu appearing on the Cart page some more. It happens on IE 11 but not newer versions of Chrome.

    6. Hi,

      Sorry but the template feature is only to manage the product page, to hide it on the cart menu, it might be possible using CSS by finding the class that controls the column, and then use the same CSS code mentioned above with changing class name.

      Regards,

  155. Hi, my products have variantes, and i need set the sum min of the variants to be 12.. and i cant get this. i try a lot of combinatios.. please could you help me? sorry for my bad english.

    1. I think i should explain better..
      All my products have variants, and i use a bulk pluging .. i need the minimum sum of the variants in each product be 12… this is posible with the Pro version? Please Help me.

    2. Hi Jorge,

      Sorry for the late reply.

      I believe what you need is to enable Sum variations checkbox in plugin’s “General” settings section (in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > General > Variable Products Options”).

      Hope that helps.

  156. Hi Tom,
    did you read the emails sent in these days? After setting the selection step for multiples of 3 for a product variant we found a problem in the order completion phase. If you can kindly take a look at the emails it is described in detail. We are waiting for you. Thanks

    1. Hello Rocco,

      Very sorry for such a late response, we had a lot that changed recently here and unfortunately we missed some support emails.

      If you still have the issue, please send us to [email protected] and we will gladly help.

      Again, we apologize for this.

      Best,
      Omar – WPWhale Support

  157. I have the pro version of this plugin and a lifetime, unlimited site licence. The problem is that I can make any changes to the plugin settings. After I click ‘Save Settings’ The screen refreshes but non of the changes are retained.

    Not Sure what to do.

    1. Hello Doug,

      Very sorry for such a late response, we had a lot that changed recently here and unfortunately we missed some support emails.

      If you still have the issue, please send us to [email protected] and we will gladly help.

      Again, we apologize for this.

      Best,
      Omar – WPWhale Support

  158. Hi, I’ve just purchased the pro version of this plugin but it doesn’t do what I want. I want to set minimum cart quantity to 12, which works fine, but I then need to be able to sell other things tickets singularly, but it doesn’t give me this option… ideally, I can exclude a category from the minimum quantity. Would that be possible? If so, how?

    1. Hello @Idolyz

      Very sorry for such a late response, we had a lot that changed recently here and unfortunately we missed some support emails.

      If you still have the issue, please send us to [email protected] and we will gladly help.

      Again, we apologize for this.

      Best,
      Omar – WPWhale Support

    2. Hi,

      I want to do something very similar. Did you found a solution? Thank you!

    3. Hi Le Père l’Amer,

      There are more than a way to accomplish this based on your needs.

      You can set min per product, or fixed amount for the cart, fixed for the product itself, so based on your case, I think there is a solution to get it.

      Please send us more details at [email protected], and we would love to help you further.

      Omar

  159. I want started with as example 3 and then 6 and then 9 etc…. but when I set in the Step Quantity then the list is started with 1 instead off 3. How can i fixed this?

    Regards Wendy

    1. Hello Wendy,

      Very sorry for such a late response, we had a lot that changed recently here and unfortunately we missed some support emails.

      If you still have the issue, please send us to [email protected] and we will gladly help.

      Again, we apologize for this.

      Best,
      Omar – WPWhale Support

  160. When i set the minimum QTY the error message does not show up if they select less than the minimum, although it automatically applies the correct minimum qty to cart. I would prefer if customers were shown the error message if they go below the minimum qty. Is there a way to fix this?

  161. I use plugin “Product Quantity” together with “Wholesale Pricing”. I enabled section “Price Display by Quantity” .
    Situation: I have a single product, price $10.
    In the product edit screen, section Wholesale Pricing, I added a quantity level: “if more than 60, unit price is $9.
    What happens: when I go to the product detail in the frontend, price is $10 for 1pc. (correct) / when I change quantity to 50, price changes to $500 for 50 (correct), BUT when I change quantity to 100, price changes to $1000 (it should be $900, using the NEW discount price). Can you please help?

    1. Correction: The calculation afterwards in the checkout screen is correct, but the dynamically recalculated price DISPLAY in the product detail screen is wrong.

  162. Hi, the problem still reigns, although I set the minimum quantity for all products as 3 I still see 1 as the first option of quantity dropdown. Whatever you set there is always 1 amount at the top of the dropdown list. How to set min. 3 for all products and can see only 3 ? and at the same time i want to set some larger products must be able to buy only 1.

  163. Cannot seem to get this to work, I want only specific fixed quantities to show and thought that would be possible via the Fixed Quality option, I set it per product to only allow 1,2,4,6,8 – still shows all qualities. No message appears… nothing. Please Advise ASAP – on a deadline here

  164. Hi, I still see the amount 1 in the dropdown box instead of 3 even I set 3 as a minimun amount for the product. Where is my mistake?

    Settings:
    General:
    Product Quantity for WooCommerce ENABLED
    Force Quantity Options DON’T FORCE
    – Force minimum quantity: DISABLED

    Minimum Quantity Options: Section ENABLED
    Per Item Minimum Quantity Options
    – All Products: 0
    – Per Product ENABED

    1. minimum value won’t update when archive page loaded:

      even the minimum amount is 3 the value which is about to send is still 1. so even the amount looks 3 at the product box when you click ‘add to cart’ it sends you to the product’s page with an error of the amount you try to add.

  165. In the Pro version, can the Quantity Dropdown Options be enabled only at a specific product, instead of all products?

  166. Hi i purchase this plugin and i can’t use exact quantity allowed, i added 250, 500, 1000 in the product edit page, but it’s still allow from 1 quantity

  167. I purchased the pro version, and how can i upgrade using this?where i can put the licence key?

  168. Hi what does the free version of the plugin do? I can’t seem to get it to work
    Thanks

  169. im not understanding one thing and need help bought the whole package unlimited and lifetime

    the pluging seem to be giving me all the option i need but i must have missed somethinG some where to set it up right

    i have certain product that i need to make the customer buy it in INcrememantal of likE 5 or 10 …. IT LIKE 2$ but you need to buy 5 so total as to become 10$ automatically sorry for my written english

    plz help

  170. Hi, I’m trying your quantity for woocommerce free plugin before purchase it (I need min, max & step function in a per product basis).
    it works fine but, as soon as I activate the Decimal Quantity feature I’m no more able to do add to cart… i receive a: Respect the requested format – quantity (in Italian)!
    the test to reproduce the error:
    activate the plugin
    activate min and setted to 1
    activate the max and setted to 4
    activate the step and setted to 1
    ==> it works
    activate Decimal Quantity
    ==> error…
    I already tried to put 1,0 – 4,0 and 1,0 rispectvely… no lack!
    it seems there is something else checking the qty format…

    please help!
    regards,
    R.

  171. HI, I am trying to add my quantities with pricing.

    for example, if a person chooses 25 business cards then it adds £1.50
    50 business cards add £3

    How do I do this?

    Thanks

  172. I use WP All Import to update my WooCommerce products from CSV. Is there a way I can import the ‘Per Product’ settings like ‘Minimum Quantity’ through my css import rather than manually setting the values using the product meta boxes? I checked but could not see any WooCommerce post meta/custom fields that I could utilize.

    Please let me know if this is possible, thanks!

    1. Hi Daryl,

      This is definitely possible. To be honest, I’m not very familiar with WP All Import plugin, but generally, you would need to set to import your data to one of these meta fields:

      _alg_wc_pq_min
      _alg_wc_pq_max
      _alg_wc_pq_step
      _alg_wc_pq_exact_qty_allowed
      _alg_wc_pq_exact_qty_disallowed
    2. This is perfect, thanks Tom! I could not figure out how to view the hidden custom fields. WP All Import has a really easy to use interface to import these.

  173. Hi, can I set fixed quantity based on the product? For example, Product A I only want to sell quantities of 250, 500, 1000 and 2000. Product B quantity 10, 20, 30 and 50.

    Would this be possible?

    Stan

    1. Hi Stan,

      What you need is:

      1. Go to “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Fixed Quantity”.

      2. Enable “Allowed quantity” section there.

      3. Enable “Per product” option in the “Allowed Quantity” section.

      4. Now go to the admin edit page of your Product A and there in “Product Quantity” meta box, you should find “Exact quantity allowed” option. Set that to 250,500,1000,2000. Similarly for Product B to 10,20,30,50.

      Hope that helps and please let me know if you have any questions or if something is not working as expected.

    2. Thanks for the reply, Tom.

      I bought your plugin and followed your instructions but it didn’t work.

      Screenshot: https://prnt.sc/oc344w

      I still manage to add a quantity of 1 into the cart.

      I also enabled your quantity dropdown option but the quantity box is still the same. I’m using Storefront theme.

    3. Do I need to install the Free version of your plugin for the Pro version to work? Nothing seems to work in the plugin. I also tried the minimum quantity and I didn’t see any option in the product to set the minimum quantity.

    4. Hi Stan,

      If you wish, you can share an admin account (my email is [email protected]), so I could log in and help you set up the plugin.

      A couple of notes:

      1. “… I still manage to add a quantity of 1 into the cart…”
      > Please try setting “Add to cart” validation option to “Validate and add notices” in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > General”. This will restrict to correct quantities right away on add to cart button click (instead of just notices on the cart and checkout pages).

      2. “… quantity dropdown…”
      > Please make sure that product has a maximum quantity set (it’s needed as dropdown can’t have an unlimited number of values, so maximum must be set). You can use Max value fallback option in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Quantity Dropdown” – it will be used for all products which don’t have a maximum quantity set.

      3. “… Do I need to install the Free version…”
      > No, Free version is not needed, if Pro is installed.

      4. “… I didn’t see any option in the product to set the minimum quantity…”
      > If you want to set min quantity on per product basis – please make sure that you have enabled Per product option in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Minimum Quantity > Per Item Minimum Quantity”.

    5. Everything works well now, Tom. Thanks for your help!

    6. Hi Stan,

      Sure, no problem, happy to help 🙂

      P.S. If you like the plugin, please consider leaving me a rating.

  174. Activated but nothing?? Lots of settings. What is the minimum setting I need to get this working?
    Thanks

    1. Hi Remi,

      That depends on what you actually need (e.g min quantity, max quantity, quantity step etc.). For example, let’s say you need to set min quantity for all products to 5, then:

      1. Go to “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Minimum Quantity”.

      2. Check “Enable section” option there.

      3. Set “Per item quantity – All products” to 5 and save settings.

      So now your customers need to add at least 5 pieces of product to the cart to place an order.

      If you could tell me what are your requirements, I could give you the exact instructions on how to achieve it. Also, if you wish, you can share an admin account to your server, so I could log in and help you with the settings (my email is [email protected]).

      Hope that helps.

  175. Hi Tom,
    Our client would like to allow buyers to mix/match from their product line and limit purchase amounts of their total cart items in increments of 6. I see the products can be limited, but what about the total cart amount? I can’t find this capability in the free version, but will glady purchase pro if it can do it. I like the way this plugin works! Thank you!

    1. Hi,

      Sorry for a late reply. Unfortunately “cart total quantity step” option is not available in the plugin at the moment (only min and max cart total quantity is available), however, we have recently got very similar request from one of our users, so I’m going to implement it in next plugin update (which is planned to be released this Friday).

    2. Hi Vince,

      As promised, we’ve just released new plugin version 1.7.0, where I’ve added “Cart Total Quantity Step Options” section to “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Quantity Step”. Could you please take a look and let me know if it’s working as expected?

      And if you like the plugin, please consider leaving me a rating.

  176. Hello Tom,
    I will be purchasing your plugin to allow decimal quantities in my WooCommerce shop. The free version is working great so far. However, once the WooCommerce order is sent to ShipStation (which I use to manage all of my shipments) the quantity is rounded up (example: a qty of 4.75 gets rounded up to 5).

    I have investigated and this appears to be a limitation by Shipstation as they do not support decimal quantities (bummer on them). I believe that I would be able to work around their limitation by adding WooCommerce “Order Item Meta” (for example: “Item quantity: x.xx”) which gets pulled into Shipstation’s XML import under the “[Item Options]” data field. Then I could display it on my packing lists in Shipstation and not need to worry about ShipStation’s lack of decimal quantity support.

    Is this something you could possibly add to the next version of the plugin? I do not have much experience writing custom code for WooCommerce and feel that even if I was able to customize your plugin successfully, my changes would be lost upon the next plugin update. Thank you so much for your time and for your excellent plugin.

    1. Hi Daryl,

      Sorry for such a late reply. We’ve just released new plugin version 1.7.0, where I’ve added new “Save quantity in order item meta” option to “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > Advanced”. You can also set your own custom meta key there. I believe this is what you need, however, while adding this code to the plugin I’ve noticed that quantity should be already saved in order items meta by default, with _qty meta key.

      Hope that helps.

    2. Hi Tom, thank you so much for including my request in the update. I am happy to report that my decimal quantities are now working in ShipStation! I had to set the meta key to: “Length (yd)” and it started working right away. You are a lifesaver, thank you so much, I am checking out your other plugins now too!

    3. Hi Daryl,

      Happy to hear it helped. Let me know if you need anything else.

      And if you like the plugin, please consider leaving me a rating.

    4. I have a Woocommerce Product with only .75qty left in stock. The minimum order quantity is set to .75 and the customer can add .75 to cart successfully. However, on the Cart page the Quantity column is blank. There is no Input button and I can see using developer tools that there is only a hidden Input field: . Can this be changed so that the cart will display .75 qty to the user as text instead of just a blank space? I can share a screenshot if you need it, thanks!

    5. Hi Daryl,

      Yes, a screenshot would definitely help (you can send it to me to [email protected]). Not sure if I understood it correctly though – is cart not showing *all* decimal quantities properly, or is it only with 0.75, and for example, 1.5 shows normally?

  177. Hi, We require discount (price) groups, so we prefill for example ;
    Product Price Group 1
    20 @ £1.21 each
    30 @ £1.20 each
    40 @ £1.19 each
    Product Price Group 2
    20 @ £1.15 each
    30 @ £1.14 each
    40 @ £1.13 each
    and allocate that price group to a product. Is this possible?
    Thank you for your help.

    1. Hi Andrew,

      Unfortunately, currently the plugin doesn’t have such options. Generally, our plugin deals with product quantities and not pricing. I would suggest trying out our other plugin – Wholesale Pricing for WooCommerce.

      Hope that helps.

  178. Hello, I wish to display the quantity on the product listing. So I installed the function below that works but my “value” of “quantity” can you tell me how to run the plugin with this function? Thank you in advance and good day.

    /**
     * Add quantity field on the shop page.
     */
    function ace_shop_page_add_quantity_field() {
    	/** @var WC_Product $product */
    	$product = wc_get_product( get_the_ID() );
    	if ( ! $product->is_sold_individually() && 'variable' != $product->get_type() && $product->is_purchasable() ) {
    		woocommerce_quantity_input( array( 'min_value' => 1, 'max_value' => $product->backorders_allowed() ? '' : $product->get_stock_quantity() ) );
    	}
    }
    add_action( 'woocommerce_after_shop_loop_item', 'ace_shop_page_add_quantity_field', 12 );
    /**
     * Add required JavaScript.
     */
    function ace_shop_page_quantity_add_to_cart_handler() {
    	wc_enqueue_js( '
    		$(".woocommerce .products").on("click", ".quantity input", function() {
    			return false;
    		});
    		$(".woocommerce .products").on("change input", ".quantity .qty", function() {
    			var add_to_cart_button = $(this).parents( ".product" ).find(".add_to_cart_button");
    			// For AJAX add-to-cart actions
    			add_to_cart_button.data("quantity", $(this).val());
    			// For non-AJAX add-to-cart actions
    			add_to_cart_button.attr("href", "?add-to-cart=" + add_to_cart_button.attr("data-product_id") + "&quantity=" + $(this).val());
    		});
    		// Trigger on Enter press
    		$(".woocommerce .products").on("keypress", ".quantity .qty", function(e) {
    			if ((e.which||e.keyCode) === 13) {
    				$( this ).parents(".product").find(".add_to_cart_button").trigger("click");
    			}
    		});
    	' );
    }
    add_action( 'init', 'ace_shop_page_quantity_add_to_cart_handler' );
    
    1. Hi,

      I will have to test this, but generally, this should get you product quantities from the plugin:

      $product_id = $product->get_id();
      $default    = 1;
      $min_qty    = alg_wc_pq()->core->get_product_qty_min_max( $product_id, $default, 'min' );
      $max_qty    = alg_wc_pq()->core->get_product_qty_min_max( $product_id, $default, 'max' );
      $qty_step   = alg_wc_pq()->core->get_product_qty_step( $product_id, $default );
      

      Also – have you considered just replacing product’s add to cart form on archives with form from the single product page (in this case I believe you won’t need to add the code you’ve posted):

      remove_action( 'woocommerce_after_shop_loop_item', 'woocommerce_template_loop_add_to_cart', 10 );
      add_action( 'woocommerce_after_shop_loop_item', 'woocommerce_template_single_add_to_cart', 10 );
      

      Please let me know if this doesn’t help.

  179. Is it possible to configure quantity options with this plugin? For example, I am selling clothing and certain products come in quantities of 12,25,50,75,100,200,300. I was wondering if this plugin will override the default WooCommerce quantity selector and restrict quantity options to only the ones stated above.

    I have purchased this plugin, I just can’t seem to get my configurations to show.

    Thanks

    1. Hi Dylan,

      I believe what you need is “Fixed Quantity” section (in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity”). There is “Allowed quantity” subsection there. As you are going to set it for certain products only (i.e. not for all products at once), you also need to enable “Per product” meta box there and then set allowed quantities on each product’s admin edit page.

      Hope that helps and please let me know if you have any questions. Also, if you wish, you can share an admin account to your site so I could log in and help you set up the plugin. My private email is [email protected].

  180. hi Tom, i was wondering if we can contact you in order to make some custom changes in the plugin, of course paid. I am really interested into adding a Per User Role scenario for the exact functionalities your plugin has. Minimum – Maximum quantities and Step setting per product is perfect, but i need them to change per user role. There are some plugins in the market that do this as you have noticed, but i am really interested into working with you as i see your support is excellent. Note: I know my way around code, so if it too complicated to build the functionality for all user roles, and your advice is to manually assign meta boxes for the proper fields in product edit page, for each user role with snippets, we can do that, also paid if you want of course. Really looking forward for your answer. Cheers!

    1. Hi Nick,

      Sorry for a late reply. Please give me a couple of days to check if I could add it in the next plugin version.

    2. Hi Nick,

      We’ve just released new plugin version 1.6.1, where I have added new filters, so you could modify quantities by user role. Please take a look at the example in the Developers section.

      I planning on adding “quantities by user role” options later to the plugin itself, not sure how soon though.

      Anyway please let me know if something is not working as expected or if you have any questions. And if you like the plugin, please consider leaving us a rating.

  181. Are you planning to add an option to autoupdate the price of the product based in the price per unit? May be in the price field or as additions information I.E.: Current price: 2,35 €.

    Thanks for this fantastic plugin.

    1. Hi Fernando,

      Sorry for a late reply. Do you mean that you need the price to update in real time when customer changes quantity in the input box?

    2. Yes. May be the price itself or and additional text behind or after the quantity.

    3. Hi Fernando,

      We’ve just released new plugin version 1.6.1. After the update you will find new “Price by quantity” options (in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity > General”). I will be adding more options later (like choosing if you want to replace the price or add it as new text before or after the price), but basically it’s already working. Please check it out and let me know what you think. And if you like the plugin, please consider leaving us a rating.

  182. Hi Tom,
    I’m using this plugin and it’s perfect, but now I have a problem. For example, if I set the minimum quantity as 3, then I add a product, when I activate the option Inventory/Sold individually, so it will conflict with the minimum quantity. How to solve this problem? Thank you.

    1. Hi Rex,

      I have just tested it on my server and you are correct – when product is set to be “sold individually” and if the minimum quantity for all products is set for example to 3, then the plugin will display “wrong quantity” message. Will be fixing that in next plugin version, thanks for reporting. Meanwhile, you could use “Per product” minimum quantity instead of “All products”, however, I do understand that this solution can be unacceptable, especially if you have a lot of products in your shop…

    2. Hello Tom,
      Very thanks for your reply quickly. As you said, I have many products. I’m looking forward to the next update version.
      Anyway, thanks for your doing everything.
      Regards
      Rex

    3. Hi Rex,

      Hopefully I’ve managed to fix it in v1.6.1. Please check it out and let me know if something is still not working as expected.

      And if you like the plugin, please consider leaving us a rating.

  183. Hi,
    i have this plugin combined with a plugin for creating product bundles. Whenever i set a minimum quantity for a single products, this quantity is also applied on the products included in a bundle, which shouldn’t be the case. Is there a solution to this, so the minium quantity only applies to the products being bought seperately?

  184. i just install the plugin . and i cannot find where i can force display of minimum quantity in the archive and on the single product page.

    its still show “1” as default even id the minimum is 0.5.

    1. Hi,

      Sorry for a late reply. I’ve just checked and you are correct – for some reason it’s not forcing to a minimum quantity below 1. I’ve just tried setting minimum quantity to 1.5 and it’s working properly, but when I set it to 0.5 it’s not… Will be checking that asap.

    2. Hi again,

      After some testing I’ve figured out that setting “Force initial quantity on single product page” option to “Force to min quantity” in plugin’s “General Options” (in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity”) seems to be solving the issue. Please let me know if there are still any problems.

    3. Hi Tom,

      yes its look like its working but only on product single page, not on shop page.

      hope you can find easy fix for this issue:)

    4. Hi,

      Sorry for a late reply. Already fixed that in our development version, so it will be fixed in the next plugin release.

    5. Hi,

      As promised, we’ve just released new plugin version 1.6.0. After the update, you will find new “Force initial quantity on archives” option in plugin’s settings. Please let me know if it’s not working as expected.

      P.S. If you like the plugin, please consider leaving us a rating.

    6. hi ,

      i installed the last version on my site and still no change, its only working on product page.

      you can see here : (all set to 0.5 as minimum)

      http://super-click.co.il/product-category/%d7%a4%d7%99%d7%a8%d7%95%d7%aa/?v=88588bacf0da

    7. Hi,

      That’s strange… I have just rechecked it on my server and it seems to be working fine (with 0.5 set as minimum quantity for all products). Are you sure you are setting the new “Force initial quantity on archives” option to “Force to min quantity” (and not the old one “Force initial quantity on single product page” instead)?

      I’ve also tried opening the link to your site but got “The connection has timed out” error.

      Also if you wish you can create/share an admin account to your site, so I could log in and check what’s going on. My private email is [email protected].

    8. Hi Tom

      im sending you a login info to the domain.

      but before that, did you check on your end if ist work when you set products individually? and not global.

      perhaps this is the problem?

    9. Hi,

      I’ve just tested and unfortunately it’s still the same – even if I set minimum quantity on per product basis (i.e. individually) – “Force initial quantity on archives > Force to min quantity” option seems to be working fine on my server.

      P.S. Not sure if you have already sent me the login details, but I haven’t received it.

  185. Does this plugin allow you to set the quantity label on a per product basis?

    I need Quantity to say “Number of Children” but only on 3 or 4 products.

  186. Extending Karolinas idea of a per-category-basis I’d also suggest to have both “per item” and “per item and per product” run parallel where “per item” sets the standard quantity multiplier and “per item and per product” the product specific exceptions.

    Instead of editing each single product on changes in my quantity policy, I could then adapt most of the products’ quantities on a “per item” basis in one step and only care about exceptions on a per product quantity editing step. “Per item and per product” might be triggered when the meta box is not left empty or not zero (or both).

    1. Hi,

      I’m not sure if I understood it correctly, but I believe that plugin is already working as you’ve described. That is – if you set “Per item quantity – All products” option, then “Per item quantity – Per product” option works exactly as you’ve described, i.e. if it’s empty then “Per item quantity – All products” option value is used as a fallback.

  187. Hello! I think about buy PRO version.
    Can you tell me whether in the extended version I can set the minimum order quantity for a specific category, but not for individual products? It’s very important for me.

    1. Hi Karolina,

      Unfortunately this is not possible at the moment, however, this seems like a useful feature – will be adding it in next update.

  188. I installed the plug in an I noticed that the minimum quantity doesn’t refresh when you change the variation product from a higher quantity to a variation with a lower quantity. You can try in the product I am testing the plug in.

    1. Hi Renzo,

      Could you please try enabling “Force JS check” checkboxes in plugin settings (“Advanced Options” subsection at the bottom of settings page).

    2. I have them checked and is not refreshing.

    3. Hi, did you find out what could be the problem ?

    4. Hi Renzo,

      Sorry for not replying earlier. Yes, I can see the problem – already fixing this and I’m almost finished. Will get back to you as soon as possible.

    5. Perfect, Thank you

    6. Hi Renzo,

      We’ve just released new plugin version 1.5.0. After you update, please go to plugin settings (in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity”) and there in “General Options” section you will find new “On variation change (variable products)” option. Please set that to “Reset to min quantity”. Please let me know if it’s not working as expected.

  189. I will install it an try it. One more question. We are in the fresh cut flower business and we sale to wholesalers and retailers by the box. There are 4 kind of boxes with different capacities but the price is by the stem. so we can sell 1 HBX that fits 250 stems or 2 HBX with 500 stems or a QBX with 125 stems. Is there a plugin or this plug in handle 2 types of quantities ? So in the cart appears Like this sample:

    Qty Box Type Description Qty Price Total Amount
    1 HBX Color Rose 50 cms 500 $0.25 $125

  190. Can I use this plugin in variable products ?

    1. Hi Renzo,

      Yes, plugin is compatible with variable products. I.e. you can set all options (minimum quantity, maximum quantity, quantity step) for each variation separately.

      Hope that helps. Please let me know if you have any questions.

    2. Is only available in the full version. I am not going to be able to try it.

    3. Unfortunately yes – as all “per product” options are available in Pro only, you won’t be able to test it in free version. However – as there is “30 days no questions asked” refund policy on WPFactory, we will issue a refund if something is not working as expected (or alternatively I could try to fix it if you’d wish).

    4. Is not possible to get a 30 day trial version ?

  191. Hello,
    Unfortunatelly this plugin is not compatible with the Flatsome theme. When I set decimal quantities 0,1 and I try it out, it will produce 1,100001 –> 1,200002 –> 1,300003 etc..

    1. Hi,

      Will be checking that asap. One question though – do you have any of Force JS check options enabled in plugin’s “Advanced Options” settings section (i.e. at the bottom of the page in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity”)? If you have – please try temporary disabling them to see if issue is still there.

    2. Hi,
      No, I dont.

    3. Hi,

      Sorry for a late reply. I’ve just checked and you are correct – Flatsome theme has issues with decimal quantities. The problem is in their custom plus and minus quantity buttons. They added custom JS code to handle it. For now the only “solution” I was able to come up with is to hide Flatsome’s plus and minus quantity buttons by adding custom CSS:

      input[type="button"].button.minus,
      input[type="button"].button.plus {
          display: none !important;
      }

      Ideally if we could bring back standard HTML number input spinners it would be working fine, however I didn’t manage to do it – will be trying further – unfortunately I’m not a big expert in CSS.

    4. Hi, we also use Flatsome. At which moment this issue pops up? I havn’t noticed it yet. Even when I use plus and minus to alter quantity everything works fine for me.

      Thank you!

  192. Hello…this plugin is working great for what I need it to do on my website…the cart totals are correct and are allowing customers to buy in steps of .5 units….however when you click the Proceed To PayPal button after confirming your cart total is correct…the information being fed to PayPal does NOT include the cost for those incremental units. So while the shopping cart shows 1.5 units in cart and the math is correct on the cart for what they owe…..when they hit the Proceed to PayPal button the information funneling to PayPal is as though there was only 1 unit in the cart. Is there a way to correct this? Thanks so much!

    1. Hi Laura,

      I’ve just re-checked it on my test server, but unfortunately couldn’t reproduce the issue. After adding 1.5 to the cart, the quantity in PayPal also shows 1.5, so it seems to be working fine here. I even tried to complete all the order to the end and it still shows 1.5 in my PayPal payment receipt. I’m using standard PayPal gateway (in sandbox mode) that comes with WooCommerce. Maybe you could send me the screenshot of the issue? Also – if possible maybe I could login to your server’s admin to check what’s going on? My private email is [email protected]

  193. Can this plug allow you to customize the quantities of a product that a customer can add to their cart? For example, I want a customer to be able to add 1, 2, or 4 of an item, but not 3.

    1. Hi Adam,

      Unfortunately I don’t think it’s possible at the moment. You could set minimum quantity to 2, step to 2 and maximum quantity to 4, but that would make quantity of 1 invalid. I could try to add this to the plugin, but I’m not sure how would admin set allowed quantities… I mean would listing all valid quantities as comma separated text (I mean by admin) would be good enough, e.g.: 1,2,4? And do you need this on per product basis (i.e. different for each product) or these quantities would be applied to all your shop’s products?

    2. Hi,

      We’ve just released new plugin version 1.5.0. After you update, you will find new “Exact Quantity” options section (in “WooCommerce > Settings > Product Quantity”). This should do exactly what you’ve described, i.e. set allowed or disallowed quantities as a comma-separated list, e.g. 3,7,11.

      Please let me know if something is not working as expected.

  194. I can’t configure a quantity like 0.96 on the steps, why?

    Kind regards.

    1. If anyone else has similar question – “Decimal quantities” option was added in plugin version 1.3.0.

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