Woo-commerce is the best eCommerce extension/plugin of WordPress, the most popular content management system, powering 25% of all the websites worldwide. Woo-commerce continues to grow dramatically. When you click on “entire Website on the Internet”, the data says that 42% of all the stores online are running Woo-commerce. Woo-commerce provides great services, powerful features, it’s very easy to manage by everyone, and… it’s free. Woo-commerce allows you to sell pretty much anything you want. This includes digital goods, subscriptions, and appointments.
Easy setup of WooCommerce?
As Woo-commerce is the plugin for WordPress CMS, you need to have the WordPress pre-installed. If you do not have the WordPress pre-installed and/or looking some help for installing and configuring it, there are tons of resources available on Google, you can also follow WordPress org to install and configure your site.
Download and install the WooCommerce plugin
Log in to the Dashboard of your WordPress setup, then go to Plugins > Add new > Then search for WooCommerce in the top right corner > and click Install now and “Activate it”. The setup wizard will guide you to configure your WooCommerce store based on your location, currency and product type.
You can update the setting of your store anytime by visiting WooCommerce > Settings, there you can setup General setting, Product, Shipping, Payments, Accounts & Privacy, Emails, Advanced pages, and email template settings.
Fill in the content (Products, categories, etc.)
You can manage your product range, a different set of categories and attributes here. Go to the menu, “Products” > Add New. And the same is for category additional/management.
WooCommerce offers you everything in scalability to match your growing business needs. WooCommerce makes sure that your e-store looks and feels equally appealing on smartphones just as on desktops, laptops, and tablets. In fact, you can turn your already existing WooCommerce store into a lovely mobile app with the help of a few third-party tools, all without the hassles of custom coding.
Woocommerce Store Payment gateway
There are multiple options available at various price points, and narrowing down your choices. However, for various reasons, accepting online payments requires additional resources called payment gateways. A WooCommerce payment gateway is a direct channel connecting your store to your merchant account and is required to process online payments.