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WooCommerce faq

We can assure you that you can run your WooCommerce website on all of our servers. You should simply have a working WordPress instance, then install the WooCommerce plugin and you will be able to start working on your project right away.

WooCommerce is a very popular plugin for WordPress, which gives your website the ability to function as an eCommerce platform.

Using the application you will be able to have extended flexibility, provided by the variety of plugins and extensions available, though which you can customize and control your online store with ease.

As WooCommerce is a plugin for WordPress - and it being a very functional one as well makes it widespread and you can enjoy the support of extensive community of users, who also sell both their physical and digital goods online with the script.

Since WooCommerce is not a standalone script but a plugin for WordPress you should first have a working instance of the application and then install this extension on it.

WooCommerce does not impose any limits on the amount of products you can add.

An interesting fact is that around 30% of all eCommerce websites are actually using WooCommerce and none of them have any limits - some of them have added even hundreds of thousands of different products.

WooCommerce is a completely free plugin and it charges no fee for any transaction, order or payment.

Be aware that as WooCommerce is only a plugin and not a payment system - it does not handle the transactions and you are most probably going to incur charges, which would depend on the payment method you use.

As an example - if you choose to use PayPal, the transaction fee may vary anywhere between 1.9% and 3.4% of the transaction, depending on your monthly sales volumes.

In most cases a theme, built especially for WordPress, would not be compatible and will need a redesign, in order to be used properly. This is due to the fact that WooCommerce is a plugin, which transforms your WordPress application from a blog-like page to a fully functional eCommerce website with different specifications.

We would recommend instead to choose one of the many themes which are built especially for WooCommerce and have variety of great designs.

You can find both free and paid themes on the official website of the application, which is available here.

You can do that very fast and pretty easy. Here are the two steps you need to follow:

Go to WordPress Dashboard > WooCommerce > Settings > Checkout. There you have to enable the use of coupons.

After you have done that you can start to manage the coupons for your store and add new ones at any time through WordPress Dashboard > WooCommerce > Coupons just by clicking the Add Coupon button there.

Changing the currency your eCommerce shop is working with is extremely easy.You just have to go to WordPress Dashboard > WooCommerce > Settings > General > Currency Options. Once you are there you would be able to select the desired currency for your store.

Be aware that the default options of WooCommerce do not allow the usage of multiple currencies on a single online shop. If you nevertheless want to set up such a system you should search and install a specific WooCommerce plugin, which will allow you to do so.

WooCommerce has a number of payment options available, which are built-in to the plugin itself. Here are the options with a short description:

BACS Bank Transfer - gateway which will not provide simultaneous online payment but will rather put the order on “Hold” until a transaction via bank transfer has been confirmed.
PayPal Standard - this is the PayPal supported gateway - it gets the customers to the PayPal website in order to complete the transaction.
Cash on Delivery - it is another gateway, which does not offer an online payment and it requires a pay-on-delivery.
Cheque payment -  gateway, which does not need a payment to be made online. The order will be put on hold until a cheque has been received and cleared.

You can start listing products from Amazon on your WooCommerce website right away. If you however want to import products directly from Amazon - you will need an additional plugin in order to do that.

Then you can safely import Amazon products or ones from other stores, in order to get a commission once they are sold through your website.

This procedure is an essential one for any online business and one of the first things you need to take care of. That is why its management is made to be extremely easy.

You just need to go to WordPress Dashboard > WooCommerce > Settings > Tax.

Once you are there you should have the option to enable taxes for your store and also set additional features, such as if you would like the prices of your products to be inclusive or exclusive the taxes.