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- April 21, 2020 at 3:48 pm #121323websitting.comParticipant
I have a problem when I add multiple shipping areas for the seller.
I configure its zones with rules, but if I have several zones from the 2nd it is no longer taken into account
Let me explain:
€ 3 for codes 1000 to 7899
€ 2 delivery for postal codes 7900 and 7901
€ 5 for postal codes from 7902 to 9999
The zones after the second do not work. it tells me that there are no defined rules
You save me if you have an answer!
- April 22, 2020 at 10:25 am #121631SushobhanKeymaster
Please provide me a snapshot of your Shipping Zone list from wp-admin > WooCommerce > Shipping > Shipping zones tab. I think the problem is occurring due to overlapping zones.
- April 22, 2020 at 12:14 pm #121658websitting.comParticipant
All my zones are empty in woocommerce, I simply put the shipment by the store and I manage in WCFM
In store Manager:
#1BE: postal codes: 7905…9999,1000…7900 (Postal codes are reversed alone I don’t know why) normally it is 1000…7900,7905…9999
#2BE: postal codes: 7904,7903,7902,7901
#3BE: postal codes: 7801,7800
- April 22, 2020 at 1:36 pm #121682SushobhanKeymaster
Shipping Zone works differently than you might anticipated. When you (admin) create multiple zones, you need to make sure that each zone is different by choosing different ‘Zone regions’. Also add them in order from specific to more generic, otherwise the first zone rules will always be implied.
To learn more about these checkout this forum- https://wclovers.com/forums/topic/wild-cards-for-postal-codes-shipping-zones/
Hope this helps!
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