Composite Products

Composite Products can be used to create product kits and complex products by grouping existing simple or variable products.

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Composite Products is an advanced product kitting toolkit for WooCommerce that allows you to:

  • Create product kits consisting of multiple configurable components.
  • Customize many aspects of their configuration flow, layout and appearance.
  • Introduce dependencies between component options.
  • Create multiple configuration paths by conditionally hiding entire components.
  • Use discounts to make your kits more appealing.

The Composite product type is a great alternative to the Variable type, better suited for applications with complex pricing, shipping and inventory management requirements.

For an optimal customer experience in a wide range of kitting applications, the appearance of Composite products in the front-end is highly customizable. For large-scale kitting applications, the extension supports a step-by-step configuration process and a paginated, sortable and filterable view of component options.

If the product kit that you want to build does not consist of configurable components, then consider using Product Bundles.
Important: Composite Products requires WooCommerce 3.1.0+.

Documentation Contents ↑ Back to top

Looking to customize or extend Composite Products? You will find a growing collection of common customizations in Snippets. Got something bigger in mind? Check out these popular Extensions that add more functionality to Composite Products.

Questions & Support ↑ Back to top

Purchased Composite Products and need assistance? If you’ve found an issue:

  1. Ensure you have the latest versions of all extensions and themes. Go to WooCommerce > System Status to check for plugin updates and other important information that may require your attention.
  2. Rule out a plugin conflict: Turn off all plugins except WooCommerce and WooCommerce Composite Products. If the issue is resolved, find the plugin that triggers it by re-activating plugins one by one.
  3. Rule out a theme conflict. Activate Storefront, or a default WordPress theme such as Twenty Fourteen and check if the issue still occurs. If it doesn’t, please contact your theme author(s).
  4. Read the most Frequently Asked Questions.
  5. Use the WooCommerce Self Service Guide.

If you followed these steps but the issue persists, get in touch with us via the Help Desk!

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