Checkout – Multiple Currencies
Add a currency picker on your WordPress Shopping Cart and all your website’s store prices will change to show the shoppers chosen currency. Exchange rates will automatically be fetched and updated every 24 hours.
2. Purchase the Multiple Currencies extension and then download it from your downloads management section in ZIP format.
3. Extract the ZIP archive to obtain the
4. Upload the
checkout-currencies folder to your
wp-content/plugins/ directory in your WordPress installation.
5. To to the “Plugins” page in your WordPress dashboard to see Checkout – Multiple Currencies listed where you can click the “Activate” link to activate it.
6. Configure the Multiple Currencies plugin under Checkout > Extensions > Multiple Currencies where you will find more options for currencies.
Checkout > Extensions > Multiple Currencies > Settings
You can now select your base currency and other currencies available in your shop.
1. Base Currency
Choose the base currency that the customers will initially see and in which purchases will actually be made.
2. Exchange Rate API
Select the API that you want to use to exchange your currencies, it will update every 24 hours automatically. You can select XE.com or Fixer.io
3. Currency from Location
If you want the plugin to automatically detect a currency from their location, select this checkbox provided.
4. Other Currencies
Specify, other available currencies available for customers in your shop.
5. Currency per Payment Method
Override a currency per payment method.
Some payment gateways/methods only support specific currencies and in other cases, the merchant account with the gateway may be issued in one currency. For example, PayPal does not support all possible currencies while you may want your customers to be able to order in those. The Multiple Currencies extension plugin will then automatically convert the prices for the chosen payment gateways to the specified currencies.
6. Fixed Currencies per Product
Specify fixed currencies per product under Checkout>Products – add / edit an existing product
You can add a sidebar widget to your site, where your customers can select their currency.
Go to your WordPress dashboard and select Appearance> Widgets. Drag and drop the currency widget to your sidebar.
Widget Front-end Display
You can use the
[checkout_currencies] shortcode in any post, page or custom post to display the currency switcher.
You can add/remove currencies using the
checkout_currencies filter hook.
$currencies– An Array of the current currencies.
An example of removing and adding currencies in the Multiple Currencies extension plugin.