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WooCommerce Payments Start Up Guide  Stripe PayPal Standard  Braintree for WooCommerce Check Payments  Direct Bank Transfer (BACS) Cash on Delivery Klarna Payments – introduction

Setting up Taxes in WooCommerce

Setting up taxes and tax rates is one of the first tasks you want to perform when setting up a store. Taxes can be a complex matter, but WooCommerce aims to make the setup as straightforward as possible. We recommend consulting with a tax professional or an accountant on what may be your best options, plus...

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 to logging in, the...

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. Orders Section The Orders section is used for viewing and managing orders. You can...

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 based...

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 Ideakit > Settings > Permalinks. From here you can configure the...

Adding and Managing Products

Adding a product Before adding your first product, let’s get familiar with how product categories, tags, and attributes work.  Product Categories  Product categories and tags work in much the same way as normal categories and tags you have when writing posts in Ideakit. They can be created, edited, and selected at any time. This can be done when you first...

Variable Product

Variable products are a product type in WooCommerce that lets you offer a set of variations on a product, with control over prices, stock, image and more for each variation. They can be used for a product like a shirt, where you can offer a large, medium and small and in different colors. Adding a Variable Product Step...

Managing Product Categories, Tags and Attributes

Product categories Product categories are the primary way to group products with similar features. You can also add subcategories if desired. For example, if you sell clothing, you might have “t-shirts”, “hoodies” and “pants” as categories.  How to add/edit product categories  Categories are managed from the Products > Categories screen.  Similar to categories on your posts in Ideakit, you can add,...

Fixing Blurry Product Images

The majority of blurry image incidents are caused by theme styling, meaning the design of the theme has image dimensions in pixels that may not play nicely with WooCommerce. Update as of WooCommerce 3.3  WooCommerce version 3.3 and higher comes with support for making themes compatible with WooCommerce and improvements to image size rendering and cropping. These new...
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