Documentation - Check My PostCode
Update of new version
- Download the new version from your Arosoft Dashboard
- Remove your current installation of Check My PostCode from your Plugins tab at the WordPress dashboard.
- Install the new version as above.
Insert the PostCode Checker at any page with a shortcode,
Use the shortcode [checkmypostcode]
The shortcode arguments are:
position – center (default), left, right – (optional)
border – true (default), false – (optional)
current_cart – false (default), true, – (optional)
Use the shortcode with argument [checkmypostcode current_cart=”true”] to make the postcode validation with regards to the actual cart contents.
This could be useful if the post code checker is placed on the checkout page or on another page where the cart already is filled.
Learn about WooCommerce Shipping Zones
If you are a beginner working with WooCommerce Shipping Zones, it is recommended to first read through the documentation.
Be sure that you are aware of how the shipping zones work, and especially that only shipping methods from the first matched zone are being included at checkout.
Add Shipping Cost Suffix
When a user selects an delivery address from the address form, it will be validated and the user will get recieve a notice if delivery is possible or not.
If using this option, the notice will also contain the shipping cost.
Geolocate user position
There is an ability to let users geolocation their current position and interpret it to a postcode.
By clicking the crosshair sign, the user agent position will be geolocated.
Advanced Settings - Post Code precision level
If using the plugin Shipping Zones by Drawing, you can use this option to treat a postcode as a precise location. This can be useful in countries where street addresses are delegated to a specific postal code.