WooCommerce Upload Files
Upload any file of any size on the product, cart, checkout, thank you, and/or order details pages! Preview images, add additional costs, fees, and many more options!
How To Automatically Update The Plugin
To receive automatic updates just install and configure the Envato updater plugin: https://goo.gl/pkJS33 .The official guide that explains how to configure it can be found at the following link: https://envato.com/market-plugin .
How Does It Work?
The customer will be able to upload one or more files on the Product page, Order Detail page, and/or during the checkout process according to the purchased items …all done using visual progress bars! All the uploads will be bounded to the order and optionally to specific products
The shop admin will find these uploads directly on the backend Order detail page or as an optional feature they can be sent to the shop admin email address.
Note: The plugin supports only native WooCommerce product types (simple and variable), it doesn’t have any support for custom product types implemented by 3rd party plugins.
How To Configure
It’s very simple! To configure a new upload field go to Upload files Configurator menu and add a new Upload field.
Once created, the admin has just to configure on which page the field has to be displayed (Product, Cart, Checkout, Order details) and configure its “visibility” according to the filtering criteria (enabled/disabled for specific products, categories, or for every item).
This will create one upload field for every matching product (and optionally also for every single variant according to some restrictions in the case of the Product page) displayed in the selected pages!
Furthermore, for more deep customization, is also possible to specify some other options like:
- Field title
- HTML/CSS description
- HTML/CSS text showed after the upload has been completed (it’s also possible to use some special shortcodes to display the file list with image/audio preview)
- max uploadable file size
- max and min images width, height, and DPI (works only if uploaded files are jpg/png. DPI data is read from image EXIF. If it has no valid EXIF data the upload won’t be permitted)
- allowed file types
- email notifications
- enable multiple files upload per single field
- …and much more