Future post suggestion; easy ways to customize WooCommerce, Cart, Checkout and Login pages without coding. Wherever I look I can’t find an easy way, e.g. plugin. Thanks
We could’ve add more markup to the template to create two separate columns. But the existing markup is already organized nicely in a way that we can accomplish what we want with CSS… thanks to flexbox! .
WooCommerce enables five ways to capture payment information out of the box. This covers two gateways—PayPal and Stripe—as well as the basic methods like bank transfer and cash on delivery.
This makes CS-Cart lucrative for mid-sized businesses. The annual price is lower than that of your average shopping cart monthly plan. To top it off, the feature set is among the best out there.
The premium version of the plugin offers you to add the express PayPal checkout option on the product page for faster checkout, premium support, as well as plenty of customization options, like button style, position, and so on.
For wider accessibility the plugin comes with 15 language translations including French, Dutch, German, Hebrew, Russian, Spanish and Italian.
1. Product summary – there should be an image of the product, its name, additional descriptions (size, color, etc.), items quantity, price, an ability to remove the item from the shopping cart or edit its features like size, color, or price.
Yet, this is also limiting. You can only process payments through Square and, with more expensive plans, PayPal.
Now that you have all of the above ready to sail, there’s only one more thing you need to do. What could that be? Your product page, of course.
From the time the class schedule is released for a new semester, until the time that a student’s enrollment window opens, he/she can use the Shopping Cart feature to help plan a schedule. By using the Shopping Cart, a student can learn of course conflicts, determine unmet prerequisites, and verify if a particular section is open.
If you like to shop online, you've probably noticed that many stores and businesses accept more than one payment method. By and large, most online stores rely on some type of credit card processor. However, PayPal is also a massively popular option among online businesses.
If your shopping cart can integrate with GA/GTM, you can then easily set up ecommerce tracking in Google Analytics.
Live chat is often a good option here, as it can offer a fast response to any questions.
You said “The links of the item goes to the URL from where the item was added to the cart.”
It’s not an outrageous price for an open-source shopping cart, but it’s not cheap either.
Not sure It’s allowed to post my site here, but for example purposes I’ll do it anyway, Blucaviar.com. (BTW, I’m doing a complete redesign of my site. So next thing I’ll be working on is the checkout page. Maybe I’ll use the same UI layout as on the cart.php page. Suggestions are welcome!) But I need to refresh the message every time the user change the quantity of products. Is it possible? I tried to do it using the following hook in the functions.php but it doesn’t work: add_action( ‘woocommerce_update_cart_action_cart_updated’, ‘on_action_cart_updated’, 20, 1 );