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1. Installation & Updating

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  • WooCommerce Server Recommendations

    Overview WooCommerce Server Recommendations are a guide to setting your site up for success. If your WordPress site doesn’t meet our minimum requirements, then many plugins (including possibly the core WooCommerce plugin) won’t function as expected. Read over the WooCommerce Server Recommendations and optional items below. Server Requirements The first step in setting up your […]

  • WooCommerce Setup Wizard

    Introduction Having a customizable eCommerce platform means that there are a lot of available settings to tweak. The Setup Wizard takes you through all the necessary steps to set up your store and get it ready to start selling! Immediately after activating the plugin, you are taken to the Store Profiler. The store profiler will […]

  • Update PHP and WordPress

    To optimize your WooCommerce store’s performance and security, it should be running the minimum supported versions of PHP and WordPress. This keeps your business running smoothly and creates the best online experience for customers. WooCommerce Minimum Requirements The most current release of WooCommerce and required WordPress and PHP versions should power your website, not only […]

  • Home Screen

    In WooCommerce Home you can stay on top of your store performance, get useful tips and insights to grow your business, and quickly access some of the most important areas to manage your store. Display Settings In the Activity Panel area of the home screen in the upper-right corner, there is a panel that allows […]

  • Start with WooCommerce in 5 Steps

    In this Getting Started guide, we teach you how to set up a website with WooCommerce. Choose Hosting You need to be running WordPress on a self-hosted site. We have partnered with a few hosting companies that offer pre-installs of WordPress, WooCommerce, our Storefront theme and ecommerce-specific features, such as a dedicated IP and SSL certificate […]

  • Installing and Uninstalling WooCommerce

    Overview WooCommerce can be installed and uninstalled the same as any other WordPress plugin. Full installation and configuration of WooCommerce on your site is an additional optional step to help with full setup, this is available in the Setup wizard. Take a moment to review the server requirements before installation or you may encounter issues when […]

  • Updating WooCommerce

    You can choose to update WooCommerce with one click or manually update it. One-Click Update Be sure you’ve read and understand how to update your site, then come back to your live site to update.. Back up your live site. Go to: Dashboard > Updates within WordPress. If there is an update, you’ll see WooCommerce in the list of plugins/themes to update. […]

  • WooCommerce Endpoints

    Endpoints are an extra part in the website URL that is detected to show different content when present. For example: You may have a ‘my account’ page shown at URL yoursite.com/my-account. When the endpoint ‘edit-account’ is appended to this URL, making it ‘yoursite.com/my-account/edit-account‘ then the Edit account page is shown instead of the My account […]

  • Choosing the Right Theme

    Choosing the right WooCommerce theme will naturally be largely subjective. “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” as they say. But beauty is only skin deep. Here are some tips to consider before choosing a theme for your store. Aesthetic Don’t just search for a theme which ‘looks good’. It needs to be appropriate. […]

  • Installed Taxonomies and Post Types

    Taxonomies and Post Types Two major building blocks in the WordPress environment are taxonomies and post types. Taxonomy. A grouping of post types, such as categories and tags. Post types. With post types, WordPress creates a distinction in different content types. For example, by default WordPress has different post types for “posts”, “pages”, “media”, etc. WooCommerce Taxonomies […]

  • Installed Database Tables

    WooCommerce installs some custom tables to store its data during install. More about tables installed: https://github.com/woocommerce/woocommerce/wiki/Database-Description Tables can be removed when uninstalling WooCommerce, not during deactivation. This doesn’t happen automatically. To delete the WooCommerce tables from the database entirely, follow the instructions at Uninstalling WooCommerce.

  • WooCommerce Pages

    Introduction Upon installation, WooCommerce creates the following new pages via the Setup Wizard: Shop – No content required. Cart – Contains woocommerce_cart shortcode and shows the cart contents Checkout – Contains woocommerce_checkout shortcode and shows information such as shipping and payment options My Account – Contains woocommerce_my_account shortcode and shows each customer information related to […]

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