Canada Post Shipping for MarketPress

Allow your MarketPress eCommerce site to offer Canada Post shipping rate calculations to your customers.  This WordPress plugin enables Canada Post shipping for Marketpress online stores. Offer your Canadian customers quick, accurate shipping calculations for their ecommerce stores.

Compatible with both MarketPress Pro only and the free MarketPress Lite.

This plugin is currently in beta. It is functional, however since it is the first version there may be some unknown bugs. If you need any help with getting it up and running please contact us.

Installation:

  1. Upload the folder ‘wpec-canadapost-shipping’ to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/****/plugins-shipping/’ directory.
    *** is either marketpress or wordpress-ecommerce depending on version of plugin you have
  2. Go to Store Settings -> Shipping and enable the Canada Post module.
  3. Insert your production API details and Canada Post customer ID (or Venture One Number).

Offer your shoppers Canada Post rate calculations.

This plugin allows merchants to offer their customers the following domestic, US and international shipping options.

In Canada:
  • Regular Parcel
  • Expedited Parcel
  • Xpresspost
  • Xpresspost Certified
  • Priority
  • Library Books
In the United States:
  • Expedited Parcel USA
  • Priority Worldwide Envelope
  • Priority Worldwide Pak USA
  • Priority Worldwide Parcel
  • Small Packet USA Air
  • Small Packet USA Surface
  • Xpresspost USA
International:
  • Xpresspost International
  • International Parcel Air
  • International Parcel Surface
  • Priority Worldwide Envelope Int’l
  • Priority Worldwide pak Int’l
  • Priority Worldwide parcel Int’l
  • Small Packet International Air
  • Small Packet International Surface

Note: this shipping plugin currently only uses the shopping carts weight to calculate shipping prices. Canada Post’s maximum weight it can calculate rates for is 30kg. If you expect your users shopping carts to be over 30kg use this plugin along side other internal shipping calculators.

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