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WooCommerce Product Add to Cart

Redirect customers to a page on your site after adding a product to their cart. Automatically add products to your customer’s cart. Display radio buttons instead of drop box for variable products. Disable quantity input. Disable add to cart button on per product basis. Open external products in new window

Description

When enabled, WooCommerce Product Add to Cart module allows you to:

  • Redirect customers to any page on your website after they have successfully added a product to their cart.
  • Automatically add products to the customer’s cart when they visit a product page.
  • Replace standard WooCommerce drop-down box with radio buttons in variable products.
  • Disable quantity field for all products on single product and/or cart pages.
  • Enable/disable add to cart buttons on per product basis.
  • Enable opening external products in new window on add to cart.
If you need to change add to cart button labels, Booster has another WooCommerce Add to Cart Labels module for that – in WooCommerce > Settings > Booster > Button & Price Labels > Add to Cart Labels.

Redirect to Any Page on Add to Cart

You can change add to cart redirect, that is set any local URL to redirect to. If you enable this feature and leave redirect URL empty – customer will be redirected to the checkout.

WooCommerce Product Add to Cart - Admin Settings - Add to Cart Local Redirect

Automatically Add to Cart on Product Visit

Automatically add product to cart, when customer visits single product page.

WooCommerce Product Add to Cart - Admin Settings - Add to Cart on Visit

Display Radio Buttons Instead of Drop Box in WooCommerce Variable Product

If you want to replace standard WooCommerce drop-down box in variable products, just enable feature in module’s settings:

WooCommerce Product Add to Cart - Admin Settings - Add to Cart Variable Product

And all variable products in your shop will have new looks:

WooCommerce Product Add to Cart - Frontend - Add to Cart Variable Product

Disable Quantity Field

Enable this feature if you want to disable quantity input field for all products on single product and/or cart pages.

WooCommerce Product Add to Cart - Admin Settings - Add to Cart Quantity

Disable Add to Cart Button

If you wish to disable add to cart button for some products, enable this feature.

WooCommerce Product Add to Cart - Admin Settings - Add to Cart Button

After that visit product’s edit page, where you will find “Booster: Product Add to Cart” metabox. There you can enable/disable add to cart button on single and/or archives (i.e. category) pages.

WooCommerce Product Add to Cart - Admin Product Edit Settings - Add to Cart Button

External Products

By default WooCommerce will open external products in same browser window. If you wish to change this behavior and open external products in new browser window, when customer clicks add to cart button, enable this feature. You can choose if you want open in new window on single and/or archives (i.e. category) pages.

WooCommerce Product Add to Cart - Admin Settings - External Products

Accessible through:
  • WooCommerce > Settings > Booster > Products > Product Add to Cart
Tested on WooCommerce 3.2.5 and WordPress 4.9.1
Plugin can be downloaded here. If there are any locked fields in the module, you will need to get Booster Plus to unlock them.

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4 Comments

  1. Carolyn Moore May 4, 2016 at 5:49 pm #

    I’ve used the Redirect customers to any page on your website after they have successfully added a product to their cart – which works fine – as i want to direct people to a related product as a two step process before they go to the checkout. However, my problem is that the related (2nd) product ‘add to cart’ needs to take the user to the cart! Instead, it reloads the url back as per the redirect settings – creating, in effect, a loop. Is there a way of over-riding the site wide add to cart redirect – so exceptions can be made? As I need users to be able to proceed to checkout?

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  2. Vitaliy March 10, 2017 at 2:45 pm #

    Display Radio Buttons Instead of Drop Box in WooCommerce Variable Product. Create option Do not Show Price if it zero.

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  3. Johnny October 20, 2017 at 2:59 am #

    Hi,

    Is there any options for setting the maximum quantity that can be ordered for single products or categories?
    Thanks, JB

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  4. Clive Gordon November 6, 2017 at 10:55 am #

    I have a particular problem.
    My client requires a Variable Product -[i.e. Family Cooking Course of which there are 7 options]
    They require that the user can select multiple courses (not just one as with the standard select dropdown).
    Can this be done using RADIO BUTTONS and if they select > 1 will it update the quantity in the ADD TO CART?

    If not do you have another option available??

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