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Flatpack: Setup WooCommerce

The WooCommerce plugin allows you to setup a fully featured web shop or digital distribution solution to sell your handmade goods, affiliate products, music, multi-media content or services. Visit Install WooCommerce if you have not installed the plugin. It is required for eCommerce functionality in your theme to work.

WooCommerce Support Our WooCommerce documentation covers basic setup that is specific to the theme. For more information on how to use WooCommerce products, options and settings, including Shipping, Payment and other you-specific settings, please consult their user guide. It goes into great detail in terms of both setup and maintaining your products, shipping, stock, tax and much more.View the WooCommerce User Guide
The following guides you through optimal settings for using WooCommerce with Obox Themes and relates to the 2.1 version or later.

Products

  1. Go to WooCommerceSettings
  2. Click the Products tab, then click the Display link (W.C. 2.3+)
  3. Ensure the Shop Page has Shop selected in the pages drop-down.
    • If you do not have this in your dropdown because you skipped setup, you will need to create a shop page or load our demo content, then return to this step.
  4. Ensure "Enable AJAX add to cart buttons on archives " is unchecked if you are using Loft, Cleansale, or Kiosk, or have Obox Social Commerce installed.
  5. Under Product Images, enter the recommended image dimensions specific to your theme, listed at the bottom of this article.
  6. Optional: Click the Inventory link at the top under the Products heading
  7. Check Hide Out of Stock Items from Catalog if you are managing inventory and do not want out of stock items to be visible.

Checkout

  1. Click the Checkout tab
  2. Uncheck Enable guest checkout if you want to capture customer data or enforce tracking/account management
  3. Check Force Secure Checkout if you have installed SSL on your domain
    • Leave Force HTTP when leaving the checkout unchecked unless your Payment Gateway requires otherwise
  4. Select your Cart and Checkout pages created by WooCommerce or our demo content in the corresponding drop-downs.
    • If you do not have this in your dropdown because you skipped setup, you will need to create these pages or load our demo content, then return to this step.
  5. Select a page to use as your Terms and Conditions. This can be any full-width or default page you create under Pages. If you do not have one yet, create one and return to this step.

Accounts

  1. Click the Accounts tab
  2. Choose the page to use for the My Account Page in the drop-down
    • If you do not have this in your dropdown because you skipped setup, you will need to create these pages or load our demo content, then return to this step.
View the WooCommerce documentation for specifics on configuring Inventory, Shipping and Payment Gateways.

Product Images & Image Sizes

Products: Product image quality and size are determined by your WooCommerce Catalog settings, found under WooCommerce → Settings on the Product tab at the bottom. Enter the following into the Product Images Width field:

  • Catalog Images: 310 width
  • Single: 475 width
  • Product: 310 width

The height is up to you depending on the kind of product images you are using, as well as the crop. Hard crop will crop the bottom off your image at the height you set. Unchecking hard crop will scale the image to the width, regardless of the height. For best results, use the same dimensions for all product images originally, so they all scale uniformly for the cleanest look.

If you had content in WooCommerce or WordPress previous to activating Dynamo, you must run the Regenerate Thumbnails plugin to re-create your theme images properly.


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