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2. Creating Your WooCommerce Pages - Thrive Themes

2. Creating Your WooCommerce Pages

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How to Build a WooCommerce Store from Scratch Using Thrive Theme Builder

Creating the Shop, Cart, Checkout and My Account Pages

Let's safely assume that you've successfully installed WooCommerce before building the main pages of your online shop.

With the above in place, in quick this lesson, we'll be creating the "Shop," "Cart", "Checkout", and "My Account" pages. These pages may have been created for you when you installed WooCommerce. If that's the case, you can safely skip this lesson.

However, in the event that WooCommerce did not automatically create these pages for you, we'll quickly go through the process. 

To create these pages simply:

  1. Click the "Pages" tab in WordPress
  2. Click "Add New"
  3. Give the page a title (e.g. "Shop")
  4. Click "Publish"
  5. Repeat steps 1 - 4 for the remaining 3 pages ("Cart", "Checkout" and "My Account")

Connecting Your Pages With WooCommerce

Next, you'll need to connect these pages to WooCommerce:

  1. Click "WooCommerce" on the WordPress left-hand side menu
  2. Click "Settings"
  3. Click the "Products" tab
  4. In order to configure the "Shop" page, you'll need to click in the dropdown menu and select or search for your page name (e.g. "Shop")
  5. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click the "Save Changes" button
"Shop page" settings under the "Products" tab in WooCommerce

Connecting the newly created "Shop" page with WooCommerce in just a few simple steps.

Next, you'll need to:

  1. Click the "Advanced" tab at the top of the page
  2. Click inside the "Cart page" dropdown menu, below the "Page Setup" section, and select or search for your page name (e.g. "Cart")
  3. Repeat these steps for your "Checkout" and "My Account" page respectively
  4. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click "Save Changes"
"Page Setup" displaying dropdown menus for the "Cart page", "Checkout page" and "My Account".

Interlinking WooCommerce with the rest of your online shop pages is as effortless as it sounds.

Click "Next Lesson" to understand how Christine goes about choosing layouts in Thrive Theme Builder.

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