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WooCommerce Delivery Notes

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Announcement: The development of this plugin has been ceased. Thanks to everybody for their support throughout the years. Please contact me on GitHub if you want to take over the project.

You can print out invoices and delivery notes for the WooCommerce orders. You can also edit the Company/Shop name, Company/Shop postal address and also add personal notes, conditions/policies (like a refund policy) and a footer imprint.

The plugin adds a new side panel on the order page to allow shop administrators to print out the invoice or delivery note. Registered customers can also print their order with a button that is added to the order screen.

Check out WooCommerce Print Invoice & Delivery Note Pro for more advanced features.

Features

  • Print invoices and delivery notes via the side panel on the “Order Edit” page
  • Quickly print invoices and delivery notes on the “Orders” page
  • Bulk print invoices and delivery notes
  • Allow customers to print the order in the “My Account” page
  • Include a print link in customer E-Mails
  • Add a company address, a logo and many other information to the invoice and delivery note
  • Completely customize the invoice and delivery note template
  • Simple invoice numbering
  • Supports sequential order numbers
  • Supports the WooCommerce refund system
  • Intelligent invoice and delivery note template system with hooks and functions.php support
  • Get even more features with WooCommerce Print Invoice & Delivery Note Pro

Support

Support can take place in the public support forums, where the community can help each other out.

Contributing

If you have a patch, or stumbled upon an issue with the source code that isn’t a WooCommerce issue, you can contribute this back on GitHub.

Translating

When your language is missing you can contribute a translation to the GitHub repository.

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Installation

Minimum Requirements

  • WooCommerce 2.2 or later
  • WordPress 4.0 or later

Automatic installation

Automatic installation is the easiest option as WordPress handles the file transfers itself and you don’t need to leave your web browser. To do an automatic install of WooCommerce, log in to your WordPress dashboard, navigate to the Plugins menu and click Add New.

In the search field type “WooCommerce Print Invoice” and click Search Plugins. Once you’ve found the plugin you can view details about it such as the the point release, rating and description. Most importantly of course, you can install it by simply clicking “Install Now”.

Manual installation

The manual installation method involves downloading the plugin and uploading it to your webserver via your favourite FTP application. The WordPress codex contains instructions on how to do this here.

· Minimum WordPress version required: 4.0
· Tested up to WordPress version: 4.2.14

FAQ

Q. How to prevent that the Website URL and page numbers are printed?
A. You can find an option in the print window of your browser to hide those. This is a browser specific option that can’t be controlled by the plugin. Please read the browser help for more information.

Q. Why are my bulk printed orders not splited to separate pages?
A. Your browser is to old to create the page breaks correctly. Try to update it to the latest version or use another browser.

Q. Even though the shipping and billing address is the same, both are still shown, why?
A. It depends on your WooCommerce settings. Addresses are displayed the same way as on the WooCommerce account page. Only one address is printed in case you disabled alternative shipping addresses or the whole shipping. In all other cases both addresses are shown.

Q. It prints the 404 page instead of the order, how to correct that?
A. This is most probably due to the permalink settings. Go either to the WordPress Permalink or the WooCommerce Print Settings and save them again.
If that didn’t help, go to the WooCommerce ‘Accounts’ settings tab and make sure that for ‘My Account Page’ a page is selected.

Q. How do I quickly change the font of the invoice and delivery note?
A. You can change the font with CSS. Use the wcdn_head hook and then write your own CSS code. It’s best to place the code in the functions.php file of your theme.
An example that changes the font and makes the addresses very large. Paste the code in the functions.php file of your theme:
`
function example_serif_font_and_large_address() {
?>
<
style>

Q. page {
A. font-size: 1em;
font-family: Georgia, serif;
}

        .order-addresses address {
            font-size: 2.5em;
            line-height: 125%;
        }
    </style>
<?php

}
add_action( ‘wcdn_head’, ‘example_serif_font_and_large_address’, 20 );
`

Q. Can I hide the prices on the delivery note?
A. Sure, the easiest way is to hide them with some CSS that is hooked in with wcdn_head.
An example that hides the whole price column and the totals. Paste the code in the functions.php file of your theme:

function example_price_free_delivery_note() {
    ?>
        <style>
            .delivery-note .head-item-price,
            .delivery-note .head-price, 
            .delivery-note .product-item-price,
            .delivery-note .product-price,
            .delivery-note .order-items tfoot {
                display: none;
            }
            .delivery-note .head-name,
            .delivery-note .product-name {
                width: 50%;
            }
            .delivery-note .head-quantity,
            .delivery-note .product-quantity {
                width: 50%;
            }
            .delivery-note .order-items tbody tr:last-child {
                border-bottom: 0.24em solid black;
            }
        </style>
    <?php
}
add_action( 'wcdn_head', 'example_price_free_delivery_note', 20 );

Q. I use the receipt in my POS, can I style it?
A. Sure, you can style with CSS, very much the same way as the delivery note or invoice.
An example that hides the addresses. Paste the code in the functions.php file of your theme:

function example_address_free_receipt() {
    ?>
        <style>
            .content {
                padding: 4% 6%;
            }
            .company-address,
            .order-addresses {
                display: none;
            }
            .order-info li span {
                display: inline-block;
                float: right;
            }
            .order-thanks {
                margin-left: inherit;
            }
        </style>
    <?php
}
add_action( 'wcdn_head', 'example_address_free_receipt', 20 );

Q. Is it possible to remove a field from the order info section?
A. Yes, use the wcdn_order_info_fields filter hook. It returns all the fields as array. Unset or rearrange the values as you like.
An example that removes the ‘Payment Method’ field. Paste the code in the functions.php file of your theme:

function example_removed_payment_method( $fields ) {
    unset( $fields['payment_method'] );
    return $fields;
}
add_filter( 'wcdn_order_info_fields', 'example_removed_payment_method' );

Q. How can I add some more fields to the order info section?
A. Use the wcdn_order_info_fields filter hook. It returns all the fields as array. Read the WooCommerce documentation to learn how you get custom checkout and order fields. Tip: To get custom meta field values you will most probably need the get_post_meta( $order->id, 'your_meta_field_name', true); function and of course the your_meta_field_name.
An example that adds a ‘VAT’ and ‘Customer Number’ field to the end of the list. Paste the code in the functions.php file of your theme:

function example_custom_order_fields( $fields, $order ) {
    $new_fields = array();

    if( get_post_meta( $order->id, 'your_meta_field_name', true ) ) {
        $new_fields['your_meta_field_name'] = array( 
            'label' => 'VAT',
            'value' => get_post_meta( $order->id, 'your_meta_field_name', true )
        );
    }

    if( get_post_meta( $order->id, 'your_meta_field_name', true ) ) {
        $new_fields['your_meta_field_name'] = array( 
            'label' => 'Customer Number',
            'value' => get_post_meta( $order->id, 'your_meta_field_name', true )
        );
    }

    return array_merge( $fields, $new_fields );
}
add_filter( 'wcdn_order_info_fields', 'example_custom_order_fields', 10, 2 );

Q. What about the product image, can I add it to the invoice and delivery note?
A. Yes, use the wcdn_order_item_before action hook. It allows you to add html content before the item name.
An example that adds a 40px large product image. Paste the code in the functions.php file of your theme:

function example_product_image( $product ) {    
    if( isset( $product->id ) && has_post_thumbnail( $product->id ) ) {
        echo get_the_post_thumbnail( $product->id, array( 40, 40 ) );
    }
}
add_action( 'wcdn_order_item_before', 'example_product_image' );

Q. How can I differentiate between invoice and delivery note through CSS?
A. The body tag contains a class that specifies the template type. The class can be invoice or delivery-note. You can prefix your style rules to only target one template. For example you could rise the font size for the addresses on the right side:

.invoice .billing-address {
    font-size: 2em;
}

.delivery-note .shipping-address {
    font-size: 2em;
}

Q. How do I customize the look of the invoice and delivery note?
A. You can use the techniques from the questions above. Or you consider the wcdn_head hook to enqueue your own stylesheet. Or for full control, copy the file style.css from woocommerce-delivery-notes/templates/print-order to yourtheme/woocommerce/print-order and start editing it.
Note: Create the woocommerce and print-order folders if they do not exist. This way your changes won’t be overridden on plugin updates.

Q. I would like to move the logo to the bottom, put the products between the shipping and billing address and rotate it by 90 degrees, how can I do that?
A. Well, first try it with CSS and some filter/action hooks, maybe the questions above can help you. If this isn’t enough, you are free to edit the HTML and CSS of the template. Consider this solution only, if you really know some HTML, CSS and PHP! Most probably you want to edit the print-content.php and style.css. Copy the files from woocommerce-delivery-notes/templates/print-order to yourtheme/woocommerce/print-order and start editing them.
Note: Create the woocommerce and print-order folders if they do not exists. This way your changes won’t be overridden on plugin updates.

Q. Is there a list of all action and filter hooks?
A. Unfortunately there isn’t yet. But you can look directly at the template files to see what is available.

Q. Which template functions are available?
A. You can use the functions from WordPress, WooCommerce and every installed plugin or activated theme. You can find all plugin specific functions in the wcdn-template-functions.php file. In addition the $ordervariable in the template is just a normal WC_Order instance.

Q. Can I download the order as PDF instead of printing it out?
A. No, this isn’t possible. Look for another plugin that can do this.

Q. I need some more content on the order, how can I add it?
A. The plugin uses the exact same content as WooCommerce. If the content isn’t available in WooCommerce, then it will neither be in the delivery note and invoice. In case you have some special needs, you first have to enhance WooCommerce to solve your issue. Afterwards you can integrate the solution into the invoice and delivery note template via hooks.

Q. How can I translate the plugin?
A. Upload your language file to /wp-content/languages/plugins/ (create this folder if it doesn’t exist). WordPress will then load the language. Make sure you use the same locale as in your configuration and the correct plugin locale i.e. woocommerce-delivery-notes-it_IT.mo/.po.
Please contribute your translation to include it in the distribution.

Changelog

Minimum Requirements: WooCommerce 2.2

4.1.6

  • Fix – More flexible protocol checks of email permalinks

4.1.5

  • Fix – Check protocol of email permalinks
  • Fix – Show preview links on the settings page
  • Fix – Consistent privileges for users with admin access

4.1.4

  • Fix – Double check the bulk action type to improve bulk order deletion
  • Fix – Default arguments for the E-Mail hook

4.1.3

  • Feature – Better support for WooCommerce 2.3 refunds

4.1.2

  • Fix – For a fatal error caused by an unknown property in the plugin update system
  • Fix – Where the ‘Types’ options didn’t stick in some cases

4.1.1

  • Fix – For a fatal error caused by an unknown property in the plugin update system

4.1

  • Feature – Support for WooCommerce 2.2 refunds
  • Feature – Option to add a print link to customer emails
  • Tweak – Code improvements and some new hooks

4.0.2

  • Tweak – Second attempt for better spacing between price columns

4.0.1

  • Tweak – Better spacing between price columns

4.0

  • The print page now also includes the item price
  • Customize titles with your own translation file (woocommerce-delivery-notes-xx_XX.mo). Place it in /wp-content/languages/plugins to override the plugin language.

3.4.2

  • Remove some left over developer comments from the print page

3.4.1

  • Fix an issue where a blank page was printed in WooCommerce 2.1

3.4

  • Improved WooCommerce 2.2 compatibility
  • Fix an issue were shipping and billing addresses did not respect the WooCommerce settings
  • Better way to reset the invoice number counter

3.3.1

  • Small code improvements

3.3

  • WordPress 4.0 and WooCommerce 2.2 compatibility
  • Fix an issue where the print buttons were hidden after the update

3.2.3

  • WordPress 4.0 and WooCommerce 2.2 compatibility
  • Template: Improved the CSS to generate less blank pages
  • Fixed the settings link on the Plugins page

3.2.2

  • Some language upadates. Old outdated languages were removed. Please contribute your language!
  • Fix a print issue with not completed orders.
  • Tweaked JavaScript for the theme print button to gracefully handle non-modern browsers.

3.2.1

  • New template function for the invoice date
  • Fix invoice number display logic
  • Fix slashes in the options fields

3.2

  • Improved theme print button: Print the invoice only for completed orders and a receipt for all other order states. This can be changed via ‘wcdn_theme_print_button_template_type’ filter hook.
  • Fix the print button on the “Thank You” page for guest checkouts
  • Added CSS classes to the admin side panel

3.1.1

  • Fix the hidden loading indicator on order edit screen
  • Other small visual optimizations
  • Later plugin load hook for better compatibility

3.1

  • By popular demand the ‘Quantity’ column is back in the template
  • Basic invoice numbering

3.0.6

  • Fixed the known issue where the print button stopped working becuse of SSL
  • Fixed an issue where the print page was redirected to the account page

3.0.5

  • Added SKU to the template
  • Modified the alignment of product attributes in the template
  • Print buttons in the theme will print the invoice (can be changed with hook)

3.0.4

  • Save the endpoint at activation to not print a 404 page. (Note: Try to resave the print settings if the issue persists after the update.)

3.0.3

  • Supports only WooCommerce 2.1 (or later)
  • Bulk print actions
  • Print buttons in the front-end
  • Redesigned template look
  • New template structure and action hooks