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Configuring UPS Shipping For Your Drupal Site

This is tutorial #18 in the Drupal Commerce tutorial series. In the previous article, we performed steps to configure FedEx for the store.

In this article, we will go through the basic steps required to integrate UPS functionality on your site. You will have to obtain a UPS account and Access Key. These details will have to be provided while configuring your store’s back-end. A screenshot of the back-end is shown below:


Configuring Flat Shipping Rate Based On The Shopper's Shipping Address

This is tutorial #16 in the Drupal Commerce tutorial series. Earlier, we added a basic shipping rate of $10 to every order placed on the site. In this article, we will go a step further and determine shipping rates based on the shopper's location.

I am going to charge a flat rate of $15 if the shipping address is for California. All other states will continue having the $10 shipping rate.


Configuring Free Shipping For Orders More Than $150

This is tutorial #15 in the Drupal Commerce tutorial series. In the previous article, we offered a $6 discount on all orders worth more than $50.

In this article, we will go a step further and offer free shipping for orders worth more than $150. We will create a new flat rate and configure some rules to achieve this requirement.

This is how the final screen looks with the free shipping functionality enabled:


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