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How do I show my shop page in WooCommerce?

Last updated on September 24, 2022 @ 10:38 pm

When you create a new shop in WooCommerce, you’ll be prompted to add a page. You can add a new page by clicking on the Pages tab and then selecting Add Page.

Once you’ve added a page, you’ll need to set up your shop’s layout. The layout includes the primary content area, where you’ll add your products, and the main navigation area, where you’ll add links to your other pages.

To add a product to your shop page, click on the Products tab and then click on the Add Product button. You’ll be prompted to enter the product’s information and to select a category.

After you’ve added a product, you’ll need to add a price and a description.

To add a link to your other pages, click on the Links tab and then click on the Add Link button. You’ll be prompted to enter the link’s information and to select a category.

PRO TIP: If you are using the WooCommerce plugin for WordPress, you may be wondering how to display your shop page. By default, the WooCommerce shop page is set to display your products in a grid layout. However, you can change the layout of your shop page by going to WooCommerce > Settings > Products > Display. From here, you can select either a grid or list layout for your products.

After you’ve added a link, you’ll need to add a description.

When you’re finished setting up your shop’s layout, click on the Publish button to upload your shop page to WooCommerce’s server.

Now that you’ve published your shop page, you can visit your shop’s URL to view it. To do this, click on the Shop Pages tab and then click on the URL link for your shop page.

Finally, to show your shop page in your WooCommerce shop, you’ll need to add a link to it in your shop’s header. To do this, click on the Shop Pages tab and then click on the Add Link button.

You’ll be prompted to enter the link’s information and to select a category. After you’ve added the link, you’ll need to add a description.

Dale Leydon

Dale Leydon

Sysadmin turned Javascript developer. Owner of 20+ apps graveyard, and a couple of successful ones.