WooCommerce One Page Checkout
A research shows that 1 in 10 people who give up their cart do it because the checkout procedure takes too long. Now, you can decrease cart abandonment by providing the whole purchase process on an individual page, with WooCommerce One Page Checkout.
Clients can add items to a purchase, or eliminate them, and finish payment without leaving the site.
One Page Checkout utilizes a WordPress shortcode to place fields. This shortcode can be used to add the checkout procedure to any page, post or custom post sort.
WooCommerce One Page Checkout Features
Product Selection + Checkout
One Page Checkout displays product selection and checkout forms on a single page. Customers can add products to an order (or remove them) and complete payment without leaving the page.
You choose the products to display on each checkout page. Create a page for just the one featured product, a few related products for a promotion, or your store’s entire catalog.
Custom Landing Pages
You can also create multiple unique landing pages for special events, promotions or select customers. Add the shortcode to any page (or post) and add your content above the shortcode to display unique sales copy before the purchase process.
Built-in & Custom Templates
One Page Checkout includes several built-in templates, including a simple pricing table and list of products. Choose the template most suited to your page or if the built-in templates don’t fit your needs, create a custom template.
One Page Checkout Graphical Interface
In order to insert the One Page Checkout shortcode, you have to follow some steps:
- First of all, go to Pages > Add New or Posts > Add New.
- Secondly, make sure the editor is in Visual Mode.
- Thirdly, click on the One Page Checkout icon.
- After that, click inside the Products field and type the product names to display.
- Then, select the products to display and the template to use for product selection fields.
- In the end, click Create Shortcode and everything is ready.
Product IDs Attributes
You can utilize the product_ids attribute if you would like to display a limited set of items. This feature expects a list of item IDs split up by commas. The transaction of the product ID will also establish the order in which the items are shown on the checkout page.
If you would like to manage how item selection areas are shown, you can use the template feature. By making use of the template shortcode attribute, you can pick up either a built-in or custom template.