1.2.40 WooCommerce Simple Auctions
The complete and most affordable auction solution for WordPress and WooCommerce.The WooCommerce Simple Auctions plugin allows you to create professional auction sites or ebay clones that work with your normal products for regular, proxy, sealed (silent) and reverse auctions.WordPress Auction Settings It’s never been easier Watch the video explaining how to easily set up auctions with Simple Auctions and WooCommerce.
WooCommerce Simple Auctions is an easy-to-use yet professional auction software that allows owners to have WordPress auction websites that are easy to set up, run, and customize. With our auction plugin, you can set up a WordPress auction site and start bidding in less than 30 minutes (assuming you’re ready to pay the processor) and for about $30! If you are someone who wants to develop themes, then you can use WooCommerce Simple Auction Software. If you are a theme developer and want to create WordPress auction themes for Envato, just buy an extension license and you’re good to go.
WooCommerce Simple Auctions Overview and Features.
Works with the latest versions of WordPress and WooCommerce (and previous versions).
Seamless integration into WooCommerce through its hooks – you get the new WooCommerce product type – Auctions.
Ability to validate credit card/payment details before the user can (via changes).
Anti-scissoring feature (to extend the auction end time when someone bids, e.g. 30 seconds before the auction ends, configurable).
Can be used with any payment gateway supported by WooCommerce.
Normal, reverse and sealed (silent) auctions, proxy/auto bidding.
Define starting price, incremental price, reserve price, buy now price.
Set start and end times for auctions.
Easily control how you want your auctions to be displayed – either with the product or separately.
Contains widgets for upcoming, future, latest, featured, recently viewed, my auctions, and random auctions.
Email notifications (with editable email templates) including bid descriptions, auction wins, payment reminders, failed auctions, failed holds, buy now, auction ends, administrator bid notifications (no bids), customer bid notifications, auction re-listing admin notifications, auction re-listing user notifications, and email notifications for auctions that are about to end.
The thumbnails of auctioned products have auction icons (labels).
If a user logs in and wins an auction, the item’s thumbnail will have a winning badge on it.
New “Auction History” tab has been added to the product sheet page
Plenty of shortcodes – See the documentation for all available shortcodes.
The user’s My Auctions page lists auctions that the user has bid on (both ongoing and winning auctions).
Filtering and sorting of auctions in item listings (wp-admin)
The foreground auctions are sorted by current bid, date, buy now price, activity, end date (earliest end), and start date (most recent start).
The icons of the auction products depict different auction statuses: active, completed, completed and paid, failed (wp-admin).
Auction Activity (shortcode), Auction Watchlist function (shortcode and widget).
Auction history in wp-admin – CSV and Excel export of individual auction histories with sortable columns.
Ajax for real-time updates of current bids and auction history.
Auctions via virtual or downloaded products
Manually Remove Markers
If there are no bids or payment is not made on time, the auction is relisted manually or automatically.
Compatible with WPML, PO files can be translated in lang/dir.
Role-based bidding and validation of payment (via extension) – Enable specific user roles (e.g. “customer” role) to bid on auctions.
Enable users to create and submit their auctions that you as the site owner can charge for (via multi-vendor plugin).
Require cronjobs – If your host doesn’t support 1-minute cronjobs, you can use a third-party cron service such as easycron.