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Free Shipping

Nowadays buyers often expect to receive free when ordering items in your store. that are too high can be a reason for to leave your store and look for an alternative. Free Shipping as Free shipping is a marketing tactic used primarily by online vendors and mail-order as a sales to attract customers. Free shipping helps to rationalize buying something online instead of going to a store. If shipping turns out .

Shipping and Delivery Requirements

Online purchasing of goods and has become very popular among people around the world. Due to the competitive market and convenience, people choose the online Purchase of goods. The range of choices, from other users, has influenced the Online buyers which are causing an increase in the number of . Around 1.79 billion people worldwide purchase goods online. Mobile shopping bought huge growth in online shopping activities. In 2017, retail sales worldwide .

Setting up Stripe

as a payment method Stripe is a payment method created for software developers. Meanwhile, the service became more mature and is now available in more than 20 countries, among which the USA, Australia, and a part of Western Europe. To be able to use Stripe, your website must use an . Stripe in a production environment Without it, you cannot use Stripe in a production environment. If you’d like to receive more .

Working with tags

We’ve already gone the usage of product already in Creating Your First . Using tags works exactly in the same way that you’re used to when writing . Writing WordPress Just be aware that Product Tags and Tags for Posts are actually separated from each other. You may find the tags that you already used by navigating to Products | Tags in the menu on the left-hand side of your screen. .

Creating Your First Product

Once we’ve created some , it’s time to start entering our first product. Click | Add Product in the menu on the left. Looking at the categories we created, most of the products will require sizing and colors as well. That’s something we’ll discuss later on, so, for now, we are going to create a simple women’s belt in the category Accessories. In the example below you’ll see that we already pre-filled a .

The shipping settings tab

Setting up works in a similar way as the setup. In here we’ll show the Shipping Options , Shipping, and we’ll get back with more detailed instructions: The Shipping Options are as follows: The first setting is enabled by default. It is needed if you want to be able to charge to your . If you’re only selling digital goods -0;0tor on the cart will result in .

The Checkout Settings Tab

Moving on to the tab, we see again several sublevels. For this moment, we’ll only discuss the Checkout Options. All other panels contain setup information about specific . More on choosing and configuring payment methods will be discussed in more detail in Chapter 4, , , and Coupons: The Checkout Options are as follows: First, decide if you want to Enable the use of in your store. Using coupons gives .

The Tax settings tab

Setting up taxes can be a difficult task. Of course, there’s no ‘one size fits all’ approach possible here. Tax laws and calculations differ from country to country and region to region. Besides that, there’s a large difference in handling taxes when selling goods to consumers or to other businesses. So in here, we’ll just stick to the basics, by explaining the functionality has available. It’s up to you to find out how .

Setting up WooCommerce part – 2

Afer going through Setting up part – 1 we will learn about it in more detail about different tab. WooCommerce is usable straight out of the box. However, in this section, we’ll cover almost every setup that you may use to control your online store. Going through all settings might be quite overwhelming in the beginning, but it will help you in exploring the possibilities of WooCommerce. The General Settings Tab .