The WooCommerce Conditional Product Fields at Checkout plugin allows you to display additional product fields at checkout! Fields can be dynamically displayed according to logic rules…and all done using a nice visual editor!
WooCommerce Conditional Product Fields at Checkout WordPress Plugin Features
Each field can have several “and/or” conditional rules that will make the field dynamically visible only if satisfied. A conditional rule can be related to other fields values or the native billing/shipping checkout fields.
If WPML is detected, the plugin will automatically show multilanguage input fields for labeles, placehonders, etc. In this way you can enter different texts for each language.
Additional fields will be seamlessly integrated into (in case of “one time” field type) or after (in case of “per product” or “per cart quantity” field type) the Billing/Shipping form if the associated conditional rules (if any) are satisfied. Note: in case of shipping form selection, the field will be showed only if the Ship to a different address option has been checked during the checkout. Otherwise the shipping form won’t be showed by WooCommerce and then the field will be invisible.
Additional fields will be seamlessly integrated into the order details page according the field type. One time fields are reported under the customer billing/shipping details (according to the field position) and the Product/Cart quantity field type are reported under each produch to which they refer.
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