Are you ready to start selling products on your website? This 11-part WooCommerce Quick Start tutorial will provide an introduction to WooCommerce, the most popular e-commerce plugin for WordPress.
WooCommerce is now the most popular e-commerce platform on the web, and powers over 37% of all online stores. WooCommerce gives you everything you need to sell products or services on your WordPress website. Best of all, it’s completely free.
WooCommerce is powerful and robust. But it can also be a bit overwhelming at first. That’s why we created this 11-part introduction to WooCommerce for beginners. This course will teach you how to install and configure WooCommerce to start selling on your website. By the end of this course, you’ll have a solid understanding of all the WooCommerce basics.
Matthew Young is a Front End Developer, Instructor, and Course Creator. When he’s not writing code, he teaches people how to build things with and for WordPress.
In this video, we’ll explain what WooCommerce is and how it can help you sell products on your WordPress-powered website.
In this video, we’ll walk you through the steps to install the WooCommerce plugin on your WordPress-powered website and go through the setup wizard.
In this video, we’ll configure Stripe as our payment gateway so our WooCommerce shop is ready to accept credit card payments.
In this video, we’ll connect our WooCommerce site to Jetpack and WordPress.com to use the advanced shipping methods Jetpack has to offer.
In this video, we’ll create and configure two different shipping zones to ensure shipping is included at checkout.
In this video, we’ll create a simple product—the first of three different types of products in WooCommerce, using a sticker pack as an example.
In this video, we’ll demonstrate how to sell a t-shirt on our WooCommerce site by using a variable product.
In this video, we’ll show you how to sell an eBook on your WooCommerce website by using the downloadable product type.
In this video, we’ll test our WooCommerce shop to make sure everything is working properly so that we can launch and start taking orders without a hitch!
In this video, we’ll learn how to manage orders in your WooCommerce shop and check the overall health of your shop by using WooCommerce Reports.
Congratulations! You’re now ready to create and launch your own online shop with WooCommerce. Ready to learn more about WooCommerce? Here are some recommendations and next steps.
Estimated Time: 45 Minutes