How To Produce an eCommerce Site With WordPress and WooCommerce 2022
Find out how to produce an ecommerce site with WordPress Action By Action! Get Quick Webhosting: https://www.darrelwilson.com/namehero Get Divi: https://www.darrelwilson.com/divi Download Images: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4fvjf9w4vgnlcrv/media_library_export-xtronic_divi_ecommerce_layout-2022_07_25_12_50_34.zip?dl=0In this video, ill walk you through how to produce an ecommerce site with wordpress. We will likewise be utilizing the divi style which is a preferred wordpress style thats 100% drag and drop.Crucial Link i Discussed:Divi eCommerce Design template Package: https://darrelwilson.com/product/xtronic-divi-e-commerce-layout Divi Style Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfZy4RLeUE0&t Email Customizer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWXji1OM9mw How To Get Traffic And Sales: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93wasUnF2HY&t WooCommerce Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTr–KR4qoM&tHere are the timestamps for this ecommerce tutorialIntroduction 00:00 Demonstration Site 02:32 Get Webhosting 18:40 General Settings 25:35 Style Site 28:50 Producing Item 01:10:30 Producing Easy Item 01:13:35 Producing Variable Item 1:20:13 Import Design template 01:34:40 Google Maps 01:41:10 Mobile Optimization 01:51:55 Divi Style Options 02:03:20 Terms 02:23:07 Divi Style Home Builder 02:34:30 Custom-made Store Page 02:45:45 Custom-made Item Page 02:49:20 Custom-made Item Classification Page 02:57:20 My Account, Checkout, Cart 03:02:12 Live Sales Alert 03:12:10 Custom-made Thank You Page 03:24:30 WooCommerce Settings 03:28:45 Taxes 03:34:00 Shipping: 03:37:25 Payment Entrances 03:53:00 Outro 04:11:00Thanks for enjoying everybody! Do not hesitate to visit my site at https://wwww.darrelwilson.com
21 thoughts on “How To Produce an eCommerce Site With WordPress and WooCommerce 2022 ”
Thanks a lot for your time, effort and your teaching. One of the best Channel I ever encounter. Thanks
Hi Darrell, thanks again for your work! I am unable to import the Xtrnoic templates.
Hi Darrell, i couldn’t fix the following error while importing the layouts: “This file should not be imported in this context” error … Unfortunately i was not able to import none of the layouts. Thanks for your help
Any update on when you plan to release your premium elementor toolkits?
We are looking at either Monday or Tuesday we are also trying to release 30 template kits for Divi. Along with 150 kits for elemenentor
Great thank you so much!
Sometimes these types of tutorials are much more helpful than long-term courses. Thank you, Darrel. You do a great job for WordPress beginners.
thank you for this gold information and I hope to translate this video and put it in your Arabic channel .
I will translate this into Arabic 🙂
@Darrel Wilson thank you my teacher
Please Darrel make review on Porto theme..
Hello right now I’m working on wood Mart and then I’ll work on Porto
SMM-API plugin can help you to integrate the Panel web server
I’ll take a look at this plug-in
Thank you for this great tutorial!
Can you do an advanced tutorial on elementor ?
Hi Darrell! When optimizing for mobile… if I create a custom product page, then optimize that page for desktop, tablet and mobile device. Will it apply the optimization to every product new product I add? Or will each page have to be optimized each time?
please, how to delete an imported template and import another template
Hi Darren, your tutorials are really awesome and helpful. Please also make a short one on how to reduce checkout fields for woocommerce.
for your superhero hosting that you’ve subscribed shows on your page the following: recurring charges billed annually $199.36, and your so-called $77.37 (“which is pretty good guys for web hosting” haha) is due today. which means that you will have to pay full price of $199.36 to “prevent any disruption to your services”. what you say, and what you show don’t match.
So the initial discount is good for as long as you sign up for in the first three years. After this the price renews at a higher cost. But this is standard for all web hosting companies and this is how the industry is, it does suck but it’s really out of my control
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