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Mix and Match Products


  • Mix and Match 1.x: Configuration

    Installation Ensure you have the latest version of WooCommerce. Unzip and upload the plugin’s folder to your /wp-content/plugins/directory. Activate the extension from the Plugins menu in WordPress. Getting Started To create a Mix and Match product, start by choosing the new Mix and Match product type. For a fixed-price container you can set the price of […]

  • Mix and Match Products

    Mix and Match Products allows customers to create their own custom product assortments from a group of available products. In contrast to other complex product types, Mix and Match products are grouped containers of a specific size, which customers configure by selecting a quantity for each product available in the assortment. This makes Mix and […]

  • Mix and Match Use Case: Six pack

    Scenario You started an online store selling handcrafted soda with natural ingredients. You want to offer customers the option to create a custom six-pack of favorites or a sampler, instead of requiring they commit to a six-pack or 12-pack of the same brand or flavor. Here’s how to do it with WooCommerce. Products Used WooCommerce […]

  • Mix and Match Use Case: Wine Box

    Scenario You recently started selling wine online. Instead of selling your cheaper range per bottle, you prefer to sell them per crate. However, you want to give people the option to choose 12 bottles to create a crate from the range of white, rosé and/or red. Here’s how to do this with WooCommerce. Products used […]

  • Mix and Match Version 1.3.0 – What’s New

    WooCommerce Mix and Match version 1.3.0 introduces layout options, including a grid layout! This feature has been one of our most requested features and we’re excited to finally bring it to you. Requirements WooCommerce 3.0 or higher is now required. If your site is running an older version, it’s time to consider updating. Introducing the […]

  • Mix and Match: Configuration

    Installation Getting Started To create a Mix and Match product, start by choosing the new Mix and Match product type from the product type dropdown in the Product Data metabox. For a fixed-price container you can set the price of the container via the Regular price setting. For “per-item” pricing the Regular price can also serve as an […]

  • Mix and Match: Extensions Compatibility

    WooCommerce.com Marketplace Extensions Mix and Match Products provides full support for many WooCommerce extensions, while some extensions are partially supported or not supported at all. WooCommerce All Products for Subscriptions: Fully supported as of Mix and Match 2.0. WooCommerce Composite Products: Not supported. WooCommerce Cost of Goods: Fully supported. Requires at least Cost of Goods 1.6.0. […]

  • Mix and Match: Feedback and Suggestions

    Don’t see a feature in Mix and Match that you think would be useful? We’d love to hear it! Please suggest it to the developer and we’ll consider adding it in a future release. Note that we may not approve all feature suggestions as they may be too niche to help most sites – however, since […]

  • Mix and Match: Frequently Asked Questions

    I need to make a customization. Customizations are not covered under our support policy. However, you might be able to find what you are looking for at the Mini-extensions document document. If the customization you are looking for is not included there, it might be possible to have it coded by a developer experienced with WordPress, […]

  • Mix and Match: REST API Reference

    REST API support requires Mix and Match Products 1.10.0 This is a advanced document is written for WooCommerce developers looking to extend or customize WooCommerce Mix and Match Products. WooCommerce 2.6 added support for REST API endpoints based on the WordPress REST API infrastructure. Mix and Match Products extends the /products/ and /orders/ endpoint responses […]