Before we begin, I’d like to mention that the tutorial is video-based so click here or click play on the clip located above this WordPress text box.
Let’s dive in!
WordPress is a great tool for creating and managing your Online Store, even more so when adding Woocommerce too.
Well, that may be the case for some, but what if you really have no idea where to start, let alone having some form of web design or development know-how.
Stick around and by the time you’re done with this short three part series, you’ll have a full functioning Woocommerce Store There’s something a little different about this video and that is that we’re going to make use of a demo template or rather, demo content, and I don’t exactly mean actual page templates for WordPress.
I mean something similar to opening a document in MS Word and using a template to give you a baseline to build your document from The best way to learn is by example, so the WordPress Theme we’re using today has some demo content which we will import that will give you a great, full house template to start from.
All you need to do is replace the written content, images, logo’s, details, credentials and you’ll be ready to start creating your products, and then start selling!
I’m going to show you how to install the theme we’ll be using, install the plugins, and the demo content and by the time we’re done with part 1, you’ll have a workable WordPress Woocommerce Store. If you have a bit of WordPress know-how, you’ll easily be able to customize the look, feel and functions like installing your Payment Gateway or simply activate the ones like Paypal that is provided by Woocommerce by default.
If you don’t know WordPress that well or at all, don’t worry, in our next video, we’ll show you how to do this step-by-step and by the time we’re done – You’ll look in awe of how easy this was.
Before we continue, I’m assuming you already have a working Hosting Account, Domain and a WordPress installation, if not, check out our video on How to install WordPress. If you’re ready and you can access your WordPress Dashboard / Backend…let’s jump in.
The theme we’ll be using has demo content, to it’s own set of recommended plugins. Stay with me and by the end of this, you’ll have a fully functional Woocommerce Online store and all you’ll have to do is replace your content and tweak.
Enjoy the video and I’ll see you soon 😉
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