I have an existing website for ~10 years and I would like to build a new one using WordPress with WooCommerce. My current website is fully functional with eCommerce set up facilitated by CS-Cart, however, I would like to use a more adaptive and user friendly platform for my new site.
I have roughly 50 products and each of the products will have 3 variables (attaching a sample view)
1) Size, which is requested in Width and Height using Inches and Fraction of Inches
2) Metal Finish - 3 options without effect on price
3) Glass type - Multiple (~6-10) options where the standard option has no effect on price, but all others have a certain percentage markup on price.
Product Price needs to be calculated per square foot. I need to be able to set up each product with a price per 1 square foot (which is the same as 12 inches x 12 inches). We need to then take the measurements that get entered for the width and height, multiply them by each other, divide by 144 and round up to the nearest 0.5 decimal.
Example 1: Let's say product price is $100 per square foot. If the measurements are 13 x 24, the price calculation should be as follows: 13x24=312/144=2.16 --> 2.5 square feet. 2.5 x $100 = $250. Then depending on Glass type this will either remain the same or receive a certain percent markup.
Credit card processing should be set up using Paypal for processing in the background (not getting re-directed to Paypal site)
All other standard features like user registration, wish list, cart, Gallery, Blog, etc...