Do you want to know about How to create WooCommerce pages like cart page, shop page, checkout page, and account page? Today we are going to tell you all about it, so read this article carefully.

How to create WooCommerce pages

By default During the installation of WooCommerce in your WordPress dashboard, It automatically creates the Shop, Cart, Checkout, and My Account pages via the Setup.

But sometimes you accidentally skip that part or maybe deleted the pages by mistake. So for that, we are here you explain all about those pages that are important for Your WooCommerce Store.

How to create Shop Page in WooCommerce

The Shop Page serves as a placeholder for a post type archive to display products. A post type archive displays a list of all posts under a particular post type, tag, or category. In this case, it would be the Products post type to display WooCommerce products.

To create Shop Page in WooCommerce Go to Pages > Add New, No Shortcode is needed. Just Create a blank page. And name the page as Shop Page, as shown in the screenshot below.

After saving settings, you can preview your shop page.

How to create WooCommerce pages

Now Navigate to Dashboard > WooCommerce > Setting > Products. Set your Shop page from the Select a page Box, and save it.

How to create Cart Page in WooCommerce

A cart page is an essential part of an e-commerce website. It is the page where users can pile up what they want to buy from the website and then simply checkout by paying online.

To comprehend what a cart page does, think of it as a normal shopping cart in a store. People can keep adding whatever they want to buy in the shopping cart, and later, check out at the counter to see the product.

First go to Pages > Add New as shown on the screenshot below.

How to create WooCommerce pages

Now you have to add a shortcode to the page, Add [woocommerce cart] shortcode and it will show your cart contents. as shown in the screenshot below.

After adding the Shortcode Publish the page, and you can see it on your website.

How to create a Checkout Page in WooCommerce

Checkout display product selection and checkout form. Customers can add products to an order, or remove them, and complete payment, to place orders.

To create a Checkout Page in WooCommerce go to Pages > Add New as done before.

Now Add [woocommerce_checkout] shortcode, on the Checkout page and it will show the information such as shipping and payment options to customers. as shown in the screenshot below.

How to create WooCommerce pages

How to create a My Account Page in WooCommerce

The My Account page is one of the most important pages within WooCommerce Store. It holds important information for your customers such as orders, their address, payment methods, account details, and other endpoints.

To create a Checkout Page in WooCommerce go to Pages > Add New as done before.

Now Add [woocommerce_my_account] shortcode and it will show information to the customers about their account, orders, and they can manage them.

How to create pages for ecommerce wordpress website

Now you have to set Cart, Checkout, and My Account Page because these pages need to be set so that WooCommerce knows where to send users to checkout.

Tp set pages go to WooCommerce > Setting > Advanced.

In the Advanced Page setup, set these pages by choosing pages from the Select Box, as shown in the screenshot below.

After selecting the pages, click on the Save Changes button to save your edits.

So now you have successfully created all essential WooCommerce pages, for your eCommerce Store.

If you find these steps difficult, then you can also create WooCommerce pages automatically, in this procedure if your pages are not created, or they are not visible to you, they will work fine after doing this. Just follow the given instructions.

  • First Go to Dashboard > WooCommerce > Status.
  • Now Click on the Tools tab from the top left area, As Shown in the screenshot below.
How to create WooCommerce default pages
  • Scroll down to “Create default WooCommerce pages
  • Now Click on the Create Pages, as shown in the above screenshot.

After doing these steps all your missing WooCommerce pages will successfully install. and you can see them in your website home page.

So now this is the blog on How to create WooCommerce pages for your website, if get any difficulty, or did not understand something and want to ask something, just comment down below.

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