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WooCommerce is an open-source plugin that expands the WordPress application into a powerful and highly customizable online-store, to create an engaging and successful online presence limited only by your own imagination. Our eCommerce Managed Hosting plans install and use WooCommerce by default.

With all of the settings and details for your products organized into clear and easy to understand tabs, this eCommerce plugin makes managing your store a snap. Whether you’re selling products that are physical, digital or both, WooCommerce has you covered.

Built-in payment processing is available for leading providers like Stripe and PayPal, as well as accepting credit cards, bank transfers and even Cash on Delivery(COD). Managing your taxes are simplified with automatic tax calculation for major country and state tax rates.

Manage your shipping options with simple tools that use geo-location to auto-detect your customer’s address so your tax and shipping costs can be automatically calculated.

It doesn’t matter if you’re a novice or a WordPress guru – WooCommerce is ideal for any store.

Server Requirements

  • PHP version 7.2 and up – Versions lower are no longer actively supported by WooCommerce.
  • MySQL version 5.6 and up – Versions lower are no longer actively supported by WooCommerce.
  • HTTPS – Many payment gateways require an SSL certificate to connect.

Next steps

  1. Install and setup WooCommerce
  2. Add a simple product in WooCommerce
  3. Add an image for a product in WooCommerce
  4. Add a WooCommerce shipping zone
  5. Update the default currency in WooCommerce
  6. Update WooCommerce payment methods

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