If deposits are enabled on products, the customers will see different options based on the deposit type. If deposits are optional, customers can decide if they want to pay the deposit or full amount.
For fixed amount –
The page will display a message to let the users know the fixed amount of deposit they can pay on the product.
The page will display a message to let the users know the percentage of deposit they can pay on the product.
For Payment Plans
The page will display the payment plans available for users to select.
The cart shows the details of the deposits based on the type of deposit selected. The cart also shows the payable amount and future payments in the cart subtotal.
The order will mention ‘Deposit’ if the customer has opted to pay the deposit. If the deposit type is ‘Fixed’ or ‘Percentage’, the order will display two options – “Invoice Remaining Balance” and “Mark Paid (offline)”. Invoice Remaining Balance will email the customer an invoice for the remaining amount. Mark Paid Offline will mark the order as paid.
If the deposit type is ‘Payment Plan’, the order will display a button to view scheduled payments. It will show the scheduled orders for this plan.
Disable Payment Gateway/s on Checkout page
There is a new setting added in Deposits for WooCommerce plugin version 1.4, where you have the provision to disable existing payment gateways. To do so, go to WooCommerce -> Settings -> Products -> Deposits page:
On the Deposits page, there is an option Disable Payment Gateways, where you can select the payment method or methods that you wish to disable so that those do not appear on the Checkout page.
Here we are selecting Direct bank transfer, Check payments and PayPal methods to be disabled as shown below:
The Checkout page was displaying all the payment methods available, before disabling the payment methods as shown below:
But after Direct bank transfer and PayPal were disabled, the checkout page showed only Cash on delivery method as shown below:
Disable Coupons option
You can disable the display of adding coupon code on the Cart page using the Disable Coupons option. To do so, go to WooCommerce -> Settings -> Products -> Deposits page:
The Deposits page has a new setting added for disabling the coupon code namely Disable Coupons. You can enable this option by ticking it as shown below:
The Cart page usually displays the Coupon code field as shown below:
But when you opt to Disable Coupons on Deposits page, the Coupon code field will disappear from the Cart page as shown below: