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2. Settings & Options


  • Widgets included with WooCommerce

    Several widgets come with WooCommerce that help you display products in a multitude of ways in your themes widgetized areas. Included Widgets Active Product Filters – Display a list of active filters. Cart Filter Products by Attribute – Display a list of attributes to filter products in your store. Filter Products by Price – Display a […]

  • Configuring Specific Tax Setups in WooCommerce

    Overview Using the WooCommerce tax settings and custom code (if required), it is possible to configure special setups to fit the needs of your business. After reviewing the main Setting up Taxes in WooCommerce documentation, read on here for how certain scenarios can be achieved with either the default core WooCommerce settings for scenarios to […]

  • EU VAT July 2021 changes, eCommerce, and WooCommerce

    Overview The European Union (EU) introduced new regulations related to Value Added Tax (VAT) on July 1, 2021. Merchants selling across borders within the EU or importing to the EU need to comply. In this documentation we will provide key changes and scenarios for the new changes, although this is not exhaustive. For general advice […]

  • The My Account Page

    Overview This guide is an overview of the functionality available to customers who are logged in to your store via the My Account page. My Account is the central customer dashboard in a WooCommerce store. Customers can view past orders, edit addresses, and payment details. Dashboard Should a customer visit the My Account page prior […]

  • WooCommerce Menu Items

    Home Section The Home section is your WooCommerce dashboard. Here 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. More information at: . Orders Section The Orders section is used for viewing and […]

  • Configuring WooCommerce Settings

    On this page, we walk through all settings available to you in WooCommerce. You’ll find information about configuring General WooCommerce settings as well as Product, Tax, Payments, Shipping, Accounts, Email, API, and Webhooks. To get started, go to WooCommerce > Settings. General Settings Store address Defines your shop’s address country and state, where you are […]

  • Shortcodes included with WooCommerce

    WooCommerce comes with several shortcodes that can be used to insert content inside posts and pages. How to use shortcodes Where to use Shortcodes can be used on pages and posts in WordPress. If you are using the block editor, there is a shortcode block you can use to paste the shortcode in. If you […]

  • Understanding the WooCommerce System Status Report

    The WooCommerce System Status report is useful for troubleshooting issues with your store. Containing a wide variety of information and tools, you can check software versions, server settings, and more from within. System Status To view your System Status report: Go to: WooCommerce > Status. Troubleshoot using the info below, before opening a ticket at Woo Support. […]

  • MaxMind Geolocation Integration

    WooCommerce allows shop owners to automatically geolocate customers and display tax rates and shipping methods specific to a customer’s location. In order to determine the correct location for a customer, as of version 3.9+, WooCommerce uses an integration with MaxMind Geolocation. MaxMind Geolocation Integration setup: Go to: WooCommerce  > Settings > General Head to the […]

  • Roles and Capabilities

    WooCommerce registers two user roles once activated, and grants additional capabilities to the Admin: manage_woocommerce for WooCommerce Settings view_woocommerce_reports Customer role People become Customers when registering via the checkout or sign-up process. Customers: Have read access only for most capacities. This is the equivalent status to a normal blog subscriber. Can edit their own account information. View past/present […]

  • Permalinks

    Overview Permalink is short for “permanent link.” Permalinks are permanent URL structures used to help organize the content of your website (pages, posts, products, etc.) so it can be efficiently navigated, shared, and referenced by users and bots. Permalink settings for WooCommerce can be found at WordPress > Settings > Permalinks. From here you can configure […]

  • Shop Currency

    Currency Settings Change the look of how currency is shown in your WooCommerce store. Currency To change your shop currency settings go to: WooCommerce > Settings > General > Currency Options and select your desired currency from the Currency drop down. Currency – Choose the currency the store will be priced in. Currency Position – Choose […]

  • Setting up Taxes in WooCommerce

    A step-by-step guide to setting up Tax Rates for your store

  • Using Webhooks

    What are Webhooks? A Webhook is an event notification sent to a URL of your choice. Users can configure them to trigger events on one site to invoke behavior on another. Webhooks are useful for integrating with third-party services and other external API that support them. Webhooks in WooCommerce Webhooks were introduced in WooCommerce 2.2 and can […]

  • Translating WooCommerce (Localization)

    WooCommerce comes localization-ready out of the box. All that’s needed is a translation file for your language. There are several methods to create a translation, most of which are outlined in the WordPress Codex. In most cases you can contribute to the project on translate.wordpress.org. For creating custom translations: The easiest method is to use a […]

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