Uni CPO v4.9.2 – WooCommerce Options and Price Calculation Formulas

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Uni CPO v4.9.2 - WooCommerce Options and Price Calculation Formulas

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Download Free Uni CPO v4.9.2 – WooCommerce Options and Price Calculation Formulas

Uni CPO – WooCommerce Options and Price Calculation Formulas Free Download 4.9.2 – CodeCanyon | Uni CPO v4.9.2 – Options and Price Calculation Formulas is a fully-featured plugin that offers your WooCommerce goods the possibility of adding some custom options and allows custom price estimates based on some mathematical formula.

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These types of options are included in the current version: text input, file input, radio input, checkbox, drop-down, date/time picker, range slider, palette picker, and text field, as well as special types such as header, splitter, notice.

In addition, there is a conditional logic for formula-it is possible to produce many formulas that will be implemented under certain conditions-options selected by the user.

And even better, you can build variable(s) dependent on non-option and use it in conditional formula rules. A fast example: you want to set a base price form based on a measured area that is measured based on the width and height specified by the user. Uh, quick! 🙂 You will be able to apply various formulas based on the measured area value!



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