WooCommerce is a widely used free e-commerce/store plugin for WordPress. It comes with various shortcodes that can be used to customize your online store such as the interface, checkout functionality, product listing etc. In this article, I made a list of all the WooCommerce shortcodes and their usage so that new/advanced users can take full benefits from WooCommerce.
WooCommerce Subscriptions allows you to add subscriptions capability to your physical and virtual products. You can create and manage products with recurring payments for monthly, weekly or yearly subscriptions, offer free trials or even add signup fees to capture more residual revenue from your store.
WooCommerce Stripe payment gateway lets you accept payments directly on your store with the Stripe payment gateway. You can accept payments onsite with cards (e.g. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover), ApplePay or even Bitcoin.
Having a Terms and conditions page is very important when you are selling online. It can protect your business from various issues such as legal disputes, mismatched expectations as well as help you comply with the law and enforce customer agreement. In this article I’m going to show you how you can add terms and conditions to your WooCommerce checkout page, so a user needs to agree to these terms before they can purchase your products.
According to the e-commerce usage statistics from Builtwith trend, WordPress + WooCommerce is the most popular way to set up an online store. This is not a surprise considering the fact that WooCommerce now powers over 39% of all online shops. In this article I put together a list of some of the top websites that are using WooCommerce to successfully run their online businesses.
WooCommere is the number one platform for setting up an online store in WordPress as well as selling from your e-commerce website. Since WooCommerce powers almost all the major e-commerce functionality of your site, the hosting requirements will be a little different from a general WordPress-powered site. This is not just because WooCommerce is more resource-intensive. As your store starts to process more orders and get more customers your site will eventually get very slow if it’s hosted on a traditional shared hosting environment. You also need to consider some security specific factors such as whether or not the web host offers a SSL certificate for your website by default, What version of PHP it is running etc.
Running a flash sale occasionally or offering a massive discount on your products can increase your revenue significantly. This also works great on holiday seasons when you want to put your products on sale for a specific period. In this tutorial I’m going to show you how you can put your WooCommerce products on sale with a few simple steps.
WooCommerce is a free popular shopping cart plugin for WordPress that allows you to manage your online store and helps you accept payments with various payment gateways. It also supports cash payments on delivery, direct bank/wire transfer and check payments. But these payment methods are used for a front end checkout. What if you need to manually create an order for a customer? In this tutorial I’m going to show you how you can easily create an order in WooCommerce with just a few steps.
Free shipping can be a great incentive for customers to purchase more products from your online store. For example, you may want to offer free shipping when a order reaches a certain threshold or if the customer uses a particular coupon. In this tutorial I am going to show you how you can enable free shipping in WooCommerce.
With WooCommerce and PayPal Powered by Braintree solution, you can now accept PayPal, credit card and debit card payments at your store easily. This simple setup is free and will have your store up and running quickly. Your customers can also complete their purchase without having to leave your online store.