Super Forms – WooCommerce Checkout Add-on


Free Live Demo: Click here to try out this add-on for Super Forms!
More information: Find out more about this add-on on our website!

Plugin description

Build for Super Forms with flexibility in mind. Meaning you have full control over how the user is being redirected to the cart or checkout. You will be able to add products to the cart based on user selected data/values. You can even use dynamic pricing when Name Your Price is installed. For the first time you will have full control over what will be added to the shopping cart. Add custom fees, apply custom discounts and even allow to add unlimited dynamic products. Charge users for creating / posting content with the Front-end Posting add-on, and charge users for registering with the Register & Login add-on.
We have included 3 demo forms to get you started.


Charge users for posting content (requires: Front-end Posting add-on)
Paid registration / signup (requires: Register & Login add-on)
Dynamic pricing checkout (requires: Name Your Price add-on)
Dynamic products checkout
Apply coupon conditionally
Add fees conditionally

Available demo’s

WooCommerce Charge Registration
WooCommerce Charge Posting Content
WooCommerce Dynamic Pricing

Available settings:

Once you have installed and activated the plugin your Super Forms will be extended with the below settings (see image).

Both “Post status after payment complete” and “Registered user login status after payment complete” are available only when Front-end Posting or Register & Login add-on is installed.

For adding products to your cart you can either choose to retrieve product ID’s dynamically with {tags} from the form data, or by entering a fixed product ID.
Please keep in mind that whenever the quantity of the product is set to “0” it will not be added to the cart.

In order to use a dynamic pricing, you will have to install and activate the Name Your Price add-on for WooCommerce.
If you want to use dynamic pricing and you won’t need the variation option you can either leave it blank, set it to “0”, or enter “none”.
If you need the variation, you can choose to enter the variation ID or retrieve the variation ID with the {tag} from the form data.

Adding a fee to the checkout page works the same way as adding products.



Super Forms v2.1+


Mar 14, 2018 - Version 1.3.4
- Added: Option to add custom product meta data

Feb 15, 2018 - Version 1.3.3
- Fix: Allow settings to be empty for new Super Forms versions (values that can be left empty must not be overwritten by default value)

Nov 16, 2017 - Version 1.3.2
- Changed: Auto updates for Envato element users

Oct 19, 2017 - Version 1.3.1
- Fix: Check if _super_wc_custom_fields session is an array/set

Oct 16, 2017 - Version 1.3.0
- Changed: made plugin ready for Envato Elements
- Added: Option to add custom checkout fields to checkout page
- Fix: Issue with formatting checkout price with WC_Name_Your_Price_Helpers::standardize_number() function.

Mar 10, 2017 - Version 1.2.0
- Improved: Populate billing fields on checkout pages with form fields based on names that start with billing_
- Improved: Retrieve WC countries on country field if named billing_country or shipping_country

Feb 03, 2017 - Version 1.1.0
- Fix: no need to update post status after checkout completion if front-end posting isn't being used
- Fix: parameter $data for woocommerce_checkout_update_order_meta hook
- Added: Automatic updates

Sep 21, 2016 - Version 1.0.0
- Initial release!


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