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How to setup appearance of booking calendar and booking details for all bookable services with WooCommerce?

Suppose you are running a business like a hotel business, rental business etc., and you have your own WooCommerce store. Using Booking & Appointment Plugin for WooCommerce, you have setup bookable services which allow your customer to book services online. Your store is in a particular language and you have designed your store based on […]

How to allow your customers to book services without choosing a date with WooCommerce?

In our earlier posts, we have already discussed on setting up services using Specific Dates and/or Recurring Weekdays booking method available in our Booking & Appointment Plugin for WooCommerce. In both the booking methods, customers will be able to book the services only if they select the booking date. But what if you want to allow your customers to […]

Delivery charges on Time Slot in Order Delivery Date Pro for WooCommerce plugin

In many Ecommerce businesses, customers have to pay additional charges for the delivery of their items. In Order Delivery Date plugin, it is possible to set delivery charges for your customers based on different parameters. We have covered some of them in our previous posts, which are listed below: 1. Charges for Delivery Days and […]

Reduce time slot availability of other services when a service is booked for same time with Booking & Appointment plugin for WooCommerce

In our earlier post, we have discussed on how to setup services for a single day with time slots using Specific Dates and/or Recurring Weekdays booking method. Let’s say you have setup all your services for a single day with timeslots and now you want that if a service is booked on a particular date and […]

Delivery Charges for Specific Delivery Dates in Order Delivery Date Pro for WooCommerce plugin

In our earlier posts, we discussed how to setup specific delivery dates in Order Delivery Date Pro for WooCommerce plugin. Specific delivery date means the schedule which is not on regular basis. For example, you have a seasonal business where you can deliver your products only on specific dates. But, you will charge an additional cost […]

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