Shipping Zones by Drawing opens the possibility to draw your shipping areas into a map and use them with WooCommerce. You will no more be limited by zip code level when defining a shipping zone.
By connecting a drawn shipping area to a WooCommerce shipping method you can define a shipping cost to every zone.
It is also possible to restrict shipping methods by a distance radius from your store location.
To get knowledge of WooCommerce shipping zones and methods, we recommend a visit to the WooCommerce Shipping Zones Documentation. Remember that the drawn shipping areas will be added as shipping methods to WooCommerce.
If you are experiencing problems with the address validation for your country on the checkout page, please report it in the forum.
To use the plugin with extended functionality, there is a premium version available.
- After activation, go to WooCommerce -> Settings -> Shipping Zones by Drawing.
- Now, go to WooCommerce -> Shipping Zones by Drawing and draw a shipping zone.
Now you are ready to setup your WooCommerce shipping zones and methods at WooCommerce -> Settings -> Shipping.
Add your drawn shipping area as a WooCommerce Shipping Method into a WooCommerce Shipping Zone.
Remember that WooCommerce always chooses the first WooCommerce shipping zone that match an address. So remember to put all your drawn shipping methods per country / region / postal code in the same WooCommerce shipping zone.
To get knowledge of WooCommerce shipping zones and methods, we recommend a visit to WooCommerce Shipping Zones Documentation
That is all.
Why doesn’t my drawn shipping methods show up at checkout?
Remember that WooCommerce always chooses the first shipping zone that match an address. So remember to put all your drawn shipping methods per country / region / postcode in the same shipping zone.
Is it possible to add more than one zone?
Yes, five zones. But you draw as many you like with the premium version of the Shipping Zones by Drawing.
Which APIs of Google is needed ?
Is there any way to display a delivery map to customers?
Yes, use shortcode [szbd ids=”id1,id2″ title=”Delivery Zones” color=”#c87f93, red”] to display a delivery map.
The arguments are:
ids – a list of drawn maps by post ids
radius – show a circle with specified radius in km or miles
radius_unit – kilometer or miles, (optional, kilometer is default)
title – the maps title to display above the map (optional)
color – a list of colors of the delivery zones polygons (optional)
interactive – set to “true” if to enable user map interaction (optional, default is false)
Bijdragers & ontwikkelaars
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Bug Fix: Calculation of shipping rate depending of package weight
New: Option to run the plugin in server -mode. All method filtering performs at the server.
New: Possibility to use cart weight as an argument when defining a shipping flat rate.
Bugfix: Error geolocating shop address when wc shipping isn´t initiated
- Fixes: Minor bug fixes and adjustments
Fix: Trailing whitespace may cause incorrect output
New: Option to enable geo-calculations on cart page
New option: Restrict shipping methods by product categories
Improvement: Added wp noces to ajax requests
Improvement: Monitoring of when shortcode [szbd] is inserted into DOM now waits until map is visible
Improvement: New advanced option to monitor and initialize when shortcode [szbd] is inserted into DOM
Improvement: More efficient way to geolocate checkout map center points
Fix: Reset chosen map location when set/unset “Ship to different address?”
Dev: Bind shipping method list by element id (“shipping_method”) and try with wildcard if this id does not exist
Compatibility: Compatibility with Food Online 5
Fix: Hide map on checkout when geolocation is not necessary
Bug Fix: Failure when shipping methods have class costs
New: Support for use of shortcodes [qty] & [fee] when defining a flat rate for a “Shipping zones by drawing” shipping method
New Option: Added option “Mandatory to precise at map”. This feature adds the possibility to force customers to use the map at checkout to precise their delivery location
Improvement: Major improvement when geolocating to always display the most relevant map at checkout
Improvement: Tries to not load Google Maps js if it is already loaded
Fix: Shortcode [szbd] with radius argument do not show
New: Argument radius_unit added for shortcode [szbd]
Fix: Removes empty locality component restrictions
Fix: Removed js arrow functions for improvement of browser compatibility.
Updated compatibility WP 5.6 and WooCommerce 4.8
Bug fix: Shipping methods disappears from checkout when location is picked from map and methods are re-selected more than one time
Resolved naming conflict add to email filter
Bug Fix: Map for delivery location don´t show when Food Online plugin is installed
Bug Fix: Compatibility with Food Online when store address needs to be geolocated
Bug Fix: Radius methods fail at rare cases
Do not run js at order-pay endpoint page
Compatibility with Food Online 4.1
New Feature: As option, let user pick delivery location from map when a street address can´t be geolocated
New use of color argument for the [szbd] shortcode
WordPress 5.5 compatibility
New option on how to define the store location
New advanced option to force shortcode [szbd]. May be needed if showing the shortcode in popups etc.
New argument “radius” to the shortcode [szbd]. Display a circle with specified radius
Improved compatibility (with 3rd party plugins) when checkout fields like “Country” are removed from the checkout page
Improved evaluation of customer default address
Improved error handling at checkout along with 3rd party plugins
Impoved error handling at checkout
Improved messages at checkout
Improved compatibility with jQuery 3
Bug Fix: Feature “Select Top Shipping Method”
New option: Top sorted shipping method will be chosen at checkout
Bug fix: Checkout error when cart only consists of non shippable products
Added option to deactivate postcode restriction
Added shortcode argument ‘interactive’ to enable user interaction at the delivery map
Improved support for addresses in Poland
Bug Fix: Shortcode [szbd] map placed in wrong place
Store addresses accept establishment and route as geolocation types
Allowing Google responses with route types
Improved compatibility for Brazilian addresses
Now allowing geocode reults with establishment types
Better compatibility with states in some countries
Added support to use shipping classes
Bug fix: rounding rates
Added column in edit to show post ids.
Added shortcode [szbd] to display drawn delivery zones front end.
Example [szbd ids=”post_id1,post_id2″ title=”Delivery Zones” color=”#c87f93″]
Better compatibility when checkout is done stepwise (with external plugins)
Better compatibility with addresses in Angola
Better compatibility with checkout form where some fields are disabled
Better compatibility with addresses in Russia
Further improved backwards compatibility with shipping methods created prior to version 2.0.0
Better checkout perfomance.
Improved backwards compatibility with shipping methods created prior to version 2.0.0
MAJOR UPDATE, CHECK & SAVE SETTINGS BEFORE YOU GO LIVE
Updated core for better performance.
- Ability to limit shipping by a radius distance from the store address.
- Ability to choose the tax status of the shipping cost.
- Ability to choose title of shipping methods shown at checkout.
- Better compatibility for addresses in Romania.
- Improved address validation.
- Better compatibility for addresses in Canada.
- Bug fix not showing shipping methods at checkout correctly
- Bug fix
- Possibility to draw up to 5 zones.
- Better compatibility for addresses in Israel.
- Added option to hide shipping cost at cart page.
- Visual improvement of the checkout page behavior.
- Enabled map drawing with more than 4 coordinates
- Added option to disable Google Maps API script loading
- Improved compability for network installation (multisite)
- Bug fix: Edit link from settings page
- Bug fix: file path reference
- Bug fixes
- Initial release