Varying Prices on Product Variations is Tedious and Error-Prone Want to add $5 to every blue product you sell? Maybe you sell jewelry with birthstones and some stones just cost more than others. If all “X-Large” products cost 7.5% more, you have to manually calculate and change every “X-Large” variation of every product. Markup by Attribute Adds ‘Markup’ to Attribute Terms Markup by Attribute solves this problem by allowing you to add a markup (or markdown) to global attribute terms. If the attribute is ‘color’, then Markup by Attribute allows you to add “+5” to Blue while leaving Green and Yellow alone. When you set regular and sale prices, every blue product will be $5.00 more. Markup by Attribute: Can create a fixed value markup (such as $5), or a percentage markup (such as 5%). The markup value can be positive yielding an increase in price, or negative yielding a decrease in price. Uses familiar WooCommerce bulk edit actions Set regular price and Set sale price. Puts the price increase (or decrease) in the options drop-down box along side of the terms so customers can make informed decisions. (Or, optionally, does not). Can write a breakdown of the price modifications in the variation description so the itemization is visible to the customer. Has been tested with Gutenberg and is fully compatible.