Configuring the Table Rates

Now, Let’s dive into Table Rates and see in action:

  1. Any Class Set: Use Any Class when you have created one or multiple shipping classes for products in WooCommerce ➜ Settings ➜ Shipping ➜ Shipping Classes and you want to have a specific Shipping Method for all the classes. Selecting Any Class will apply the shipping method to all the classes.
  2. No Class Set: Use No Class Set if you have no Shipping Class. In the event of no shipping class, you will notice in the Add New Product Form ➜ Shipping is set to “No Shipping Class” this is because you have not created any Shipping Class in WooCommerce ➜ Settings ➜ Shipping ➜ Shipping Classes. This is when you need to select No Class Set.
  3. Higher, Medium, Small (Dynamic) classes will apply the value that has been specified for itself.
  4. Parameters (Based On) such as Price and  Item CountWeightTotal PriceItem CountCart Line items are the core parts of the plugin. Let’s discuss them one by one.
  1. Price and Item Count: In this situation, both price and item count should be matched according to min, max value, and min item count. Min and Max’s value is taking the role of price value and Min item count pretend as total cart items.
  1. Weight: Min and Max’s value is a weight counter, If a single product specified amount of weight doesn’t match this (Max, Min) fields value then the shipping method won’t appear during the checkout. Shipping rate is a constant amount to be added on subtotal, and Per kg has been multiplied by the amount of weight enumerated on the product page.
  1. Total Price: Cart total amount should be matched set by min and max value (price field) input field.
  2. Item Count: Method will appear if total cart item matched specified on Max Item count input field.
  3. Cart Line Items:  Only the shipping rate will be applied in this parameter.