You’ve spent hours and hours creating your products. Now it’s time to show them off!
The WooCommerce shop page is a vital part of any e-commerce store, but it can be tricky to customize. That’s why we created this guide for you! The more you understand how to edit the WooCommerce shop page, the better equipped you will be to run an effective online business.
Customizing your WooCommerce shop page is essential for making sure customers can find what they need on your site, boost conversions, and increase sales. It may seem like a daunting task at first glance, but with our help, it won’t take long before you’re editing like a pro!
So what are you waiting for? Let’s get started with our guide on how to customize the WooCommerce shop page!
We have summed up this lengthy process into few handy steps. Follow these steps to make sure your WooCommerce shop page looks great and has everything needed for success.
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How To Create a WooCommerce Store.
For designing your shop page to showcase your products online, there are some pre-requisites requirements:
After setting up your WordPress website, you need to add products sold on your e-store. Once done with adding the products and set up WooCommerce, you can proceed to design pages for your Shop section where all of the items are displayed inside a grid on every online site.
Now we will be designing our shop page.
Creating WooCommerce Shop Page or Post Archive Template
To create the shop page design, we need to create a block layout to render the Post Block widget on the archive template.
Step 1: Creating Block Layout
Navigate to your WordPress admin dashboard and click on the AE Template>> Add New. Start with assigning a name to the template. Then, under the AnyWhere Elementor settings, you need to make some configurations, like select Block Layout option under the Render Mode and type in any Product posts as a Preview Post.
Edit the template in Elementor and start with adding a section and then design the layout style for the blocks. Next, add the widgets to get dynamic content from the post, and once done with creating, Publish the block template.
Step 2: Creating Post Archive Template
Now we have the block layout designed so we can move on with creating the Shop Archive Page.
To design the Shop Archive page, add another AE Template, configure the following settings, select the Post Type Archive option under the Render mode, and choose WooCommerce Products Archives as Post Archives.
Next, in Elementor editor, add a section and showcase our products in a Grid manner; insert the Post Block widget of AnyWhere Elementor Pro(you can also use the Adv- Post Block widget).
After inserting the Post block into an Elementor section, it’s time to Configure the Post Blocks. First, in the Source option, choose Products, and then select the Block layout that we have created in the previous step. Next, do some other settings like adjusting the amount of space between Columns, enable the pagination and adjust its controls, add advanced filters to filter the products based on certain conditions.
You are done; it’s time to hit the Publish button. Now let’s have a look at our Shop page and see how things have turned out.
It’s worth taking the time and investing in your WooCommerce shop page because customers won’t buy anything if they don’t think it looks good. But, of course, now that you have a better understanding of how WooCommerce stores should look, we’ll leave it up to you if the store needs any more tweaking.