complete beginner guide woocommerce

With over one million active installs, I can say that WooCommerce is the most popular shopping cart plugin for WordPress. The very best thing is that WooCommerce is available for free. Yes, you can create your online shop for absolutely free by using WordPress and WooCommerce together.

Although this plugins is easy to use, if you are new to online shop building, it might give you headaches to get started. To help you, I decided to create a complete guide on WooCommerce. This guide is mostly for beginners. I will explain from how to add variable products through how to use shortcodes. This guide involves some level of programming knowledge also, but don’t be affraid, I give you all the code and instructions.

Also Read: Building Your Shop With WordPress + WooCommerce

Ok, so let’s get started!

How to manage Currencies

First, you need to go to WordPress Dashboard and then at WooCommerce you should go to Settings and General. Here you should select your desired currency from the drop-down menu. There are available multiple currencies and you can even select the All Countries option. Save your changes and check your available currencies.

How to manage Coupons

At dashboard, go to WooCommerce section and then at Settings. Here you have the checkbox Enable the use of coupons. Check this and save your options. Now you go at coupons screen under the WooCommerce section.

Here you can easily add a coupon and see a list of existing one. Press the add Coupon button to add a new one. Enter the code of the coupon and you can even write a description, choose a discount type, write a coupon amount, enable free shipping, individual use, apply before tax, exclude sale items.

Additionally, you can write the minimum amount, products, exclude products and exclude or include categories of products. At the end press the Publish button and verify in the front end that everything is ok. You can verify the coupon by entering a product into your cart and going to checkout where you should write the coupon code and see if the price of the added product is smaller.

How to set up related, up-sells and cross-sells products

First, go at Products where you can see a list of published products and you should edit a product to learn how to do set up products. At the linked products tab under the long description of the product, you can see products which can be related to each other in three ways: Up-sells, Cross-sells or by having the same tags/ categories as Related products. Automatically, WooCommerce assigns to your product one or more of those type of products that I already mentioned.

Up-sells are products which you recommend instead of the currently viewed product, for example, products that are more profitable or not so expensive. Related products is a section on some templates that pulls other products from your store that share the same tags or categories as the current product.

These products can be influenced by grouping similar products in the same category or by using the same tags. If you check another category for the edited product, you will see that other products from the category you just checked are displaying at the related section.

Cross-sells are products which you promote in the card, based on the current product depending on your site they will display on the card page underneath the cart products table with a thumbnail image.

How to change the “add to cart” button text

On your FTP account using a FTP client like Filezilla go at wp-content\themes\theme name\includes directory and edit the custom-function.php file. Here you need to add a php code before the ?>. This code is used to change the “add to cart” text on single product pages:

add_filter( ‘add_to_cart_text’, ‘woo_custom_cart_button_text’ );
add_filter (‘ woocommerce_product_single_add_to_cart_text’,  ‘woo_custom_cart_button_text’);
function woo_custom_cart_button_text () {
return _ ( ‘ My Button Text’, ‘woocommerce’ );
}

Where My Button text is the new name of your Add to cart Button. The name of the button should be now different. To change the add to cart text on category add the following code to the same file before ?> at the end of the existing code.

add_filter( ‘add_to_cart_text’, ‘woo_custom_cart_button_text’ );
add_filter (‘ woocommerce_product_ add_to_cart_text’,  ‘woo_custom_cart_button_text’);
function woo_custom_cart_button_text () {
return _ ( ‘ My Button Text’, ‘woocommerce’ );
}

In order to use the same new text on both the product pages and the category pages of your site copy the following code:

add_filter( ‘add_to_cart_text’, ‘woo_custom_cart_button_text’ );
add_filter (‘ woocommerce_product_ add_to_cart_text’,  ‘woo_custom_cart_button_text’);
add_filter (‘ woocommerce_product_single_add_to_cart_text’,  ‘woo_custom_cart_button_text’);
function woo_custom_cart_button_text () {
return _ ( ‘ My Button Text’, ‘woocommerce’ );
}

How to manage categories

Log into your WordPress dashboard and then go to products and at categories, you can see the list of all category products. In order to add a new category, you just need to write the name, slug and optionally a description.

You can also set a parent category for the one you already create. Editing/ creating product category is the same as editing/ creating posts categories. Additionally, you can set the display type and a thumbnail by uploading an image from media library, an external link or your computer.

Regarding the list of categories, you can quick edit them and you can even delete them or you can see the number of products assigned to a specific category. There is also available an edit button and you can select multiple categories in order to delete them or to make other operations.

By creating a new product or editing an old one, you can add a new category or you can check the desired category for the specific product using the right widget near the text area and under the publish widget. You can use categories to create a menu using either the appearance and widget area of WordPress to put a sidebar menu or the appearance and the menus area where you can set a primary or a secondary menu depending on your theme.

How to manage products

In order to add a new product to your WooCommerce catalog, you definitely need to go at Products and at Add Product. Here you need to write the title of the product together with a long description, a short description, tags, price and other attributes.

You can also check for categories and additional options. Writing descriptions is very simple because you use exactly the same text editor when you create pages or posts. This editor is a WYSIWYG editor. It is a WordPress TinyMCE editor built in its core, similar to the Word one. There is available a visual mode and a text mode where you can enter even CSS, HTML, and Javascripts.

Additionally, you can add SKU number, sale price, inventory, and shipping and linked products. You can check if your product is virtual and/ or downloadable. For each product, you can add a featured image together with multiple gallery images.

How to manage product attributes

In your WordPress Dashboard, you should go at Products and then at attributes. Here you can add the name, slug and you can select a type together with a default sort order. This is similar as the category part. Here you can also see a list of your attributes and you can add options to your attribute by clicking configure terms near each attribute.  In this way you can, for example, enter the size attribute and to write for it the small, medium and large terms in the same way you write a post/ product category or even a parent attribute. You can always see the number of products with a specific attribute and you can also edit it or delete it from the list.

After you wrote your attributes, you just need to go to an existing product or create a new one and go at attributes tab where you can either use a custom product attribute or to select an existing one. Use the Add button to add attributes and you can also select values for your attributes.

How to manage taxes

Navigate at your WooCommerce settings and at taxes you should see options relating taxes. For general tax options, you can go to Tax Options which is also the default page for the Tax tab. For standard Rates, you need to use the specific tab with the same name while for reduced rate rates and zero rate rates you need to do the same thing.

The first available option helps you to set up and enable taxes and tax calculations. Usually, it depends on your exact location, but in most cases you will need to enable the option. The second option is how will you enter the price including or excluding taxes while the third option allows you to set the tax calculation method based on customers shipping or billing address. The next option is used to define default customer address.

Shipping tax class is an option available which helps you to define what tax will be applied to shipping. You can also define the tax rounding and additional tax classes. WooCommerce uses 2 additional classes, but you can always add any custom tax class. On the next steps, you can set up how to display prices in the shop excluding or including tax and you can set the display for the checkout page also.

If you added a custom class taxes, a new tab with its specific name appear under the tax tab and you can edit it from there. Once you entered in a specific class tax you can insert tax, import or export CSV and you can add a specific area for the tax. In this case, you need to enter the country code, state code, postcode, city, rate, tax name, priority, compound, and shipping.

How to create downloadable products

To create downloadable products go at WooCommerce and at Settings. Here you should scroll down at downloadable products. You can manage the file download method and add the access restrictions such as login and so on.

Now go to products and add a new product with a name, image, title, categories and so on. Scroll down at attributes and check downloadable near the product data. You can also check virtual. Now type in the price, click on choose file, next to file paths line. Upload a file from your computer. You can also set the download limit or the number of days till the download expiration.

How to add multiple product images and manage product images gallery

Log in to your dashboard and navigate products. Either add a new one or edit an old one. Write down the required information and then go to set a featured image in the right bottom part of the editor. Here you just need either to upload files from your computer or to use the ones that are already uploaded to your media library. By choosing an image you can see its settings such as URL, title, caption, alt text, description and so on. You can edit those together with the image by resizing, cropping or deleting. Once you set the featured image you can remove it if you changed your mind.

You can find the product gallery in order to attach more images to your new product.  Depending on your settings this widget is either below or above the featured image one. You just use your mouse to select as many as images you want or use the CTRL to select the ones you want. You can see which images you will put in the gallery after the blue check sign. Also, you can remove an image after you already added in the gallery by pressing the red x and you can move all images with drag and drop.

How to enable order confirmation email

It is better to keep this option enabled, in order to prevent any confusion with the customer. To enable order confirmation email, you need to go at your WooCommerce dashboard and at the settings section search after email tab. Here you can easily change the configuration for each type of email: new order, processing order and so on. You should choose the processing order. Here check the enable this email notification.

Next, you can edit your email heading, subject, and email type. Enabling the email, it will be automatically sent out when a customer makes an order.

How to import data from CSV files

For this operation, you need to install a CSV import plugin so go to the WordPress plugin repository and search for WooCommerce CSV importer. Install and activate this plugin.

Now you can see in the admin menu the CSV import item which lets you import data from CSV files. Also, it offers documentations, headers, add-ons and much more. You can even use an Example CSV.

In the settings you have allowed roles, separator, enabling debug and much more. At header, you can import a header and then check if all fields match, you can also skip some of the fields. At the import, you need to upload your CSV file and press the start button in order to start the import process. This will be finished in a couple of seconds.

How to disable product images lightbox gallery

You can see a lightbox by entering a product’s image in the front end. To disable it log in to your WordPress dashboard and navigate to WooCommerce, settings, products and at display scroll down to the product image gallery and uncheck the enable  lightbox gallery option.

How to install WooCommerce WordPress Cherry theme

To install this professional WooCommerce compatible WordPress Cherry theme you need to go to WordPress plugin repository and install the WooCommerce excelling eCommerce plugin. You download it and upload it through FTP, or you can upload it through the WordPress dashboard.

Additionally, you can search and install the plugin from the add plugins section of your WordPress dashboard. Do not forget, if you go with the upload method you need to have a zip archive of the plugin, else you cannot upload it.

You can download the Cherry framework together with some child themes from CherryFramework while other child themes are available at TemplateMonster.

Once you have installed the plugin, please activate it and then you should check its settings.

The next step is to install the Cherry Framework together with a Child theme compatible with Cherry Framework. Both are installed from an appearance at themes section from your dashboard. Click add a new button to install your theme and upload the theme to browse your zip archive of the theme.

First, you need to install the Cherry Framework and next your child theme. Once uploaded and installed the Cherry Framework needs to be activated. Now repeat the same steps for your child theme.

Once the WooCommerce and both themes are installed and the last one is activated you can install template sample data via the Cherry Framework. You should use the sample_data folder.

Select files from the theme and the sample data folder and drop them to the windows you see under Cherry. Installing sample data will replace your website content. Please make sure to backup your website data before importing content.

Also Read: What hosting plan should you use for WooCommerce sites?

How to manage registration options

You can manage registration options by going at WooCommerce at settings section. At the Accounts tab, you have registration options. To find them you need to scroll down a little bit. Here you have important options for your website such as enabling registration on the checkout page or my account page.

You can also disable these options by unchecking them. Also, you have the display returning customer login reminder on the checkout page which can be checked or unchecked. At account creation, you have two options automatically generate username from customer email and automatically generate customer password. These two options can also be checked or unchecked. Save all changes in the end.

How to create a product and link a banner to it

Navigate to Products and add a product. Here write the basic content for a product such as a title and text. Also, set the featured image if you need it. Navigate to all pages and edit the home page. Activate the text editor and locate the shortcode to the banner and replace the default text with the name of the product.

How to resolve the WooCommerce issue regarding the product gallery when it does not work after updating to WooCommerce 2.5+

Sometimes you the image does not change when you click on thumbnails in a WooCommerce website. To resolve this, you need to go to plugins at installed plugins and deactivate WooCommerce and then delete it. Also, you should download it again and install it again. Do not forget to activate the plugin again and to check if works.

How to increase the number of products per page

You need to be logged in WordPress and then to have Cherry Framework installed. Now you should just go at Cherry options and at shop settings, you can see products per page. Click save options and test the store.

How to override WooCommerce template files safety

WooCommerce template files contain the markup and template structure for front-end of your store.  You can edit these files in an upgrade-safe way using overrides. You can find WooCommerce template files in your FTP at wp-content/woocommerce/templates/directory. You can start copying the needed file into a directory within your theme name WooCommerce (create it if does not exist), keeping the same file structure but remove the templates subdirectory.

How to edit compare and add to wishlist buttons titles.

First, open the WordPress dashboard and go to Plugins. Here you need to at the Compare and the Wishlist YITH plugins. Once added activated them and go to YITH plugins at compare in order to edit the compare settings.

Change the “add to compare” button label in the appropriate field. Here you can also choose if you want to use a link or a button for the action button and if you want to show the button on the single product page and in products lists.

Also, you can open automatically the lightbox. Also, you have the table settings where you can write the title and to check or uncheck the desired fields to show such as image, title, price, add to cart, description, availability, color, and for-sale.  Then save changes.

Next, go to the Wishlist above the YITH plugins. Here you can either enable it or disable it as you wish. Additionally, you can set a default title, the position, the page and the “add to wishlist” text and the browse wishlist.

Also, you can check or unchecked the redirect to cart option and the remove if added to the cart. You can also change product added text and product already in wishlist text. You can check options for show unit price, show add to cart button, show stock status, show date of addition and second remove button. There are available options for Social Networks & Share too.

How to add variable product

In your WordPress dashboard go to Products and then at add product. Here you can enter the name and the description of your product. In the product data tab selects your product type as a variable product then enter the details in the same way as you do when creating simple products. You can start with the general details such as the SKU code.

Next, you should write the inventory, shipping, and linked products.  For attributes, you need to add attributes name and values separated by pipe |. Click use for variations for every type of attribute. Now you should go at variations tab and set default product variant that will be shown on the opening product page. Add variation to create a new set of attributes and select the combination of attribute options.

How to manage featured and special products

First of all, you need to go at your products list and add a new product. You should enter the default information such as images, prices, name, attributes and descriptions as a regular product. After you publish it, you should go again at the products list and press the white star. Now you have just made your product featured. In order to make this product special product, you need to edit the product and scroll down.

At the regular price, you need to put your price while at the sale price you also need to fill in. You can schedule the sale price if you want. Click on the update button and now you can test if your product is featured and/ or special.

Shop settings overview

To check the available WooCommerce settings, just go at WooCommerce and at the Settings tab. Here you can see settings such as:

General.

General where you can set your location, store notice, API, currency options, styles, scripts and so on.

Products.

Products where you can select multiple options regarding your catalog of products such as shop page, shop page display, default category display, default product sorting, add to cart, product data, product image sizes, and downloadable products.

Tax.

Tax is the tab where you can configure your tax calculations and you can enable taxes. You can also show prices with tax and set the customer default address, shipping tax, and so on. This tab has other tabs like Tax options, standard rates, reduced rate rates, zero rate rates.

Checkout.

To configure the checkout page, just go to the checkout parent tab where you can enable coupons, force secure checkout, guest checkout and you can set checkout pages for the cart, term, and conditions and for checkout itself. Additionally, you can set checkout endpoints and payment gateways. This tab also has other tabs like Checkout options, BACS, Cheque, Cash on delivery, Mijreh checkout and PayPal. Just click on the payment method you want to configure.

Shipping.

Shipping tab offers you settings regarding shipping calculations, shipping display mode, destination, restrict locations, and methods. Additionally, you can also set up options for Flat Rate, Free Shipping, International delivery, local delivery, and local pickup. All of these are available in other tabs in the Shipping one.

Accounts.

Accounts tab lets you configure account options such as account page, account endpoints, registration options.

Email.

The email tab allows you to set up email sender options and to configure email templates and its styles. You can send emails for new order, processing order, completed order, customer invoice, customer note, reset the password and new account. Options for each email is available via different tabs in the Emails section.

Also Read: Complete Guide to Creating Your Website with WordPress.

How to manage product reviews

Please go at WordPress dashboard and at your products. Here select a product and scroll down to see the reviews. You can unapproved, reply, quick edit, edit, send to spam or send to trash a review.

Additionally, you can see the submitted date and time together with the name, email and IP address of the user which created a specific review. If you cannot see the reviews, you need to go at the top right part of the product editor and press Screen Options and also check reviews. You can edit their text but also their ratings.

How to add Terms and conditions checkbox to the checkout page

You need to follow the next steps:

  1. Login to your WordPress dashboard.
  2. Go to pages then at all pages to see the list of your pages.
  3. Add a new page with the name of your Terms page together with the required content.
  4. Navigate at WooCommerce and at Settings using the left admin menu.
  5. Select the Checkout tab and go to Checkout Pages.
  6. Here you need to select a page for your Terms and Conditions. Select your new created page.

After adding the Terms checkbox, it will appear under the “Billing Details” section on the product checkout page.

How to manage shop menu

In order to manage the shop menu, you need to go at Appearance and at menus. Here you should select first a menu you want to edit, usually it is the shop menu. After you selected from the drop-down menu, you also need to press the select button near the specific dropdown. Now you can see your menu structure and by pressing the arrow at each item you can see its details such as Navigation label, title attribute and so on. You can also cancel the process or remove it.

To add new items to your menu just go to the right and either check pages you want to add, either link by entering the link and the name or categories. You can always reposition and order the item of your menu using drag and drop.

Additional settings are available such as automatically adding new top-level pages to this menu and setting the theme location for this menu. Theme locations are depending on the theme you use. You can have a Header menu, a Footer menu, and a Shop menu or just one of these options. At the end save the menu and test it in the front end.

How to setup and manage shop permalinks

First, you need to go to your WordPress dashboard and navigate to settings and at permalinks. Here you can set after product, shop base, shop base with a category or a custom base. The default structure is not user-friendly and it is not recommended for search engine optimization.

The product permalink does not have a shop in its path. Shop base permalinks include the /shop/ slug in the URL and breadcrumbs so the customer can find a way back to the shop page. Shop base with category permalinks include both shop slug and category slug and they are most suitable for search engine optimization.

How to use shortcodes

To test shortcodes you need to go to a page or post. However, you need to take care because shortcodes are different depending on the version of WooCommerce you have installed. Some of the shortcodes are:

  • [woocommerce_cart] which shows the cart page.
  • [woocommerce_checkout] which displays the checkout page.
  • [woocommerce_order_tracking] shows the order tracking form.
  • [woocommerce_my_account] shows the user account page

All shortcodes are between brackets and in order to verify what version of WooCommerce you have you need to go at plugins and look at WooCommerce under the description.

Now you can return to the test page and use copy and paste from the available list of shortcodes you can use any shortcode.

How to remove available product quantity text “In Stock”

First, you need to go to WooCommerce, settings, and products tab. Here you should go to inventory and set the stock display format if it is enabled to never show the stock amount.

How to install WooCommerce plugin

At plugins, you just need to go at add new and write upload the WooCommerce plugin from your computer or to search it after its name. The next step is to activate the plugin and you can use WooCommerce now.

How to edit order emails

Like other emails, you need to edit your order ones. So you should go at WooCommerce, settings section, emails tab. Here you can change settings such as email template, email sender options and so on. You can also preview your email templates. You can even upload a header image such as a logo.

Other template related options are base color, background color, email body background color and email body text color.

Under the New Order tab, you can modify emails sent when an order is received. Here you can write down default recipients, subject, email heading and select the email type. If you want you can even copy the file to theme or view the theme.

Same options are available for processing the order and completed order.

How to manage top rated products

To manage top rated products, you first need to go to your WordPress Dashboard and at the pages open the homepage. Here you will edit the page so be sure first that the editor is in text mode. Search for featured products and add the Top rated products title above it. Now add this code below:

[top_Rated_products per_page=”12”] where 12 is the number of products per page.

In the top rated section are displayed products which have the best ratings.

How to change product image dimensions

To check image dimensions you can either copy the full URL of the image and paste it in a new tab browser or use inspect element or firebug in Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.

In order to change current product image dimensions, you need to navigate to settings and at products tab. At the Display section, you can change the dimensions for the catalog images, single product images, and product thumbnails.

For each type of image, you can check the hard crop option. Additionally, Lightbox can be enabled for product images.

Once you changed the dimensions, you should press the regenerate your thumbnails link in order to re-size previously added images. There is a plugin named Regenerate Thumbnails which can help you regenerate your thumbnails after changing the thumbnail sizes. You can find its settings at your Tools item from the WordPress admin menu.

How to add specials (on sale) page

First, you need to create a page with a list of all of the sale products and assign it to your shop menu. So go to your products list and check which products you want on sale. By editing a product you can put a sale price and automatically will be a special product. To edit, you can either use the edit button to load the product editor or the quick edit.

Now create the new page entering its title and other options. Next, you need to use the following shortcodes: [sal_products per_page=”12”] where 12 is the number of products that will show up on the page. You can set how much you want.

Now go to Appearance and at menus you just check your new page and add it to the menu. If you want to re position it use drag and drop and save the menu.

How to manage checkout options

Navigate to WooCommerce at settings and then at checkout.  Here you can enable or disable coupons and guest checkouts together with secure checkout. Also, you can choose default pages for the cart one, checkout one and terms and conditions one. Additionally, you can set URLS for pay, order received and add payment method processes.

How to add theme localization

First, you need to install WordPress in the default language you want to use for your shop. So download WordPress in the wanted language and install it. Next, you can change the language in WordPress by editing the wp-config.php file from your FTP. Find the WPLANG element and write the code for the language you want like de_DE for German.

Now open your dashboard and go to settings. Scroll down and for the Site Language choose the language that you have already inserted in the configuration file.

Download and install Poedit in order to edit manually elements from your website. Now go in your FTP again and at wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/i18n/languages. Here you will find 2 languages a woocommerce.pot and woocommerce-admin.pot. You need to edit both of them so open them in Poedit.

How to remove “Product description” text

Going to appearance and at editor you need to enter in the custom-function.php file. Here you should add the following filter before closing the php tag

add_filter(‘woocommerce_product_description_heading’, ‘remove_product_description_heading’);
function remove_product_description_heading(){ return ‘’;}

In the end, save the file and check the modification.

How to add and remove menu badges

This feature may not be available on some themes so you should look the proper theme if you want something like this. To add, edit or remove menu badges just go to an appearance at menus and select an item menu. Here you can edit menu badge, and also, you can select a menu badge type such as new, hot and sale. You just save the menu and you are done.

To delete a menu badge, just delete the name and unselect a menu badge type.

How to change the number of related products

Go to your FTP and open the shop-functions.php file from your wp-content/themes/your theme/includes. Here you should use CTRL + F to find Related products limit. You need to change the number of related products at the $related =$product->get_related ( 3);  You can even change the column number and the order term.

How to add SKU code to a product

SKU is a stock keep unit used to track products. Must be unique and should be named so it does not clash with post IDs.

You can add an SKU to a product by going on the product list and editing or creating a new product. Now you go down at General and below prices, you can see the SKU field.

How to work with layered navigation widget

The layered navigation widget will only display on product archives page which is a shop page in a specific template.

Login to your WordPress dashboard and go to appearance and widgets. Here you should use drag and drop in order to add new widgets to your sidebars. To this for the WooCommerce Layered navigation widget. You can write the widget title and select some options such as attribute, display type, and query type.

Additionally, you can write a custom CSS class. In the query type, if you select AND, the query will make the widget work in such a way that if a user selects two attributes products which match all attributes only will be located, else using OR will be selected all products which match either the first or the second attribute. You can also set the visibility widget if you want.

How to install a WooCommerce template with sample data manually

You only need to install and activate a template as you usually make. So go to the appearance and themes section where you should upload and browse your .zip archive which contains your theme.

WooCommerce offers you dump data also known as sample data for your online store. Now using the notification WooCommerce offers you in the top part of the dashboard with a pink background you can press the specific button and install the sample data. If you do not have this notification, means that you already installed sample data.

How to change and add products categories images

At products go to categories and edit a category. Here you can change the image thumbnail by uploading one from your computer or by adding one from the media library. After you selected the image click use image and update your product category.

How to change default product sorting on category page

WooCommerce plugin has several settings for sorting the products on the shop.

By default, you are given 6 options under WooCommerce at Settings. To see them you need to go at Products tab and at the display and then at default product sorting. You can put it either after popularity (sales), average rating, most recent or by price.

Then go at products list and press the Sort products at the top of the products listings page so you can start customizing your products order. This option will automatically sort all products alphabetically in your store. However, you can also use this setting to create an entirely customized order for WooCommerce products.

Using drag and drop you can order them as you want. Note that if you start changing product order, completely customizing your products into an order that you chose, as alphabetical sorting will now be overridden. Dragging and dropping products will change the menu order under product data at advanced for each product.

There is not a bulk method to reset all menu orders to 0. If you want to get back to alphabetical sorting, you will have to reset the menu order manually for each product to 0, which can be incredibly time-consuming for stores with more than a few products. You can also manually edit menu order, rather than dragging and dropping.

Products with menu order 0 will be displayed first after those one, products with 1, 2, and 3 and so on. You can use this to create your own ordering or groups of products that will be ordered together alphabetically. For example, if multiple products have menu order equal with 1, then they will be displayed alphabetically together after any products with menu order.

Wrapping it all up!

This tutorial turned out to be longer than I expected, but in order to give you a complete overview over WooCommerce, I had to write as much. Hope you found this tutorial helpful. Just a side-note, this tutorial took me more than 3 hours to write and edit, so please be kind and share it with your friends. Also if have any questions or suggestions on how to improve this guide, please let me know in the comments. Cheers!
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