This plugin connects to the Active Tracing API of DHL Freight and creates a shortcode that can be inserted anywhere in your woocommerce site.
It creates a form where you can search based on shipment ID or your own order-reference.
[woo-dhl-tracking-form][/woo-dhl-tracking-form] in any page or post to render the form.
In the case that you are using non-unique order-references you can define your API keys in order to limit the consignments to your accounts.
If you wish you can enable tracking links to be added to the order-confirmation pages sent to your customers.
The link can be populated with the trackingID or orderID depending on your settings.
This plugin has no affiliation with DHL Freight. All product names, logos, and brands are property of their respective owners.
All company, product and service names used in this website are for identification purposes only.
Use of these names, logos, and brands does not imply endorsement.
When searching for order-references, I get someone else’s order
That is because your ID is not unique in DHLs systems. Either search by trackingID, or sign up with myACT in order to limit your requests to only your shipments.
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Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
1.2.1 – Bugfix for tracking ID logic
1.2.0 – Added option to only track by orderID
1.1.1 – Typos in translations
1.1.0 – Feature release for adding tracking link to email and mobile friendlyness
1.0.2 – Bug for missing NoPriv
1.0.1 – Fix bug for requests without debug-mode
1.0.0 – Initial release