How to create a WooCommerce one page checkout

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Editing the WooCommerce checkout page design is a breeze with WooCheckout. The plugin features a selection of WooCommerce templates ready to be imported, all of which have configurable checkout options.

Some users prefer a one-page checkout layout compared to a multi-step process and it is easy to see why as one-page checkouts help to combat cart abandonment. One of the templates within the plugin is a one-page layout and can be imported in just a couple of clicks, instantly transforming the checkout design. Some of these options include:

MailChimp for WooCommerce

With WooCheckout you don’t need an additional ‘MailChimp WordPress plugin’ to sync your customers to MailChimp. The functionality is built right in, making it easy to start building your mailing list from customers who have entered their details during the checkout process.

To find out how to integrate MailChimp with WooCommerce, head over to the WooCheckout documentation.

WooCommerce Custom Fields

Editing the checkout fields in WooCommerce is made simple with the intuitive drag and drop editor. If you need to add a custom field, remove, rename or re-order, the WooCheckout field editor lets you accomplish this and apply it to your checkout templates. There’s no need for annoying code modifications or additional plugins.

Checkout Field Tooltips

Sometimes, you may wish to provide customers with additional information regarding one of the checkout fields. It’s pretty clear that you want them to type a name into a field titled ‘name’. However, the situation may arise where you wish to elaborate on a checkout field. For example, you could have a purchase order field with a tooltip that said, ‘If you wish to have a PO Number attached to your invoice, please enter your purchase order number’.

This is a nice way to communicate with your customers about why some of the custom fields exist. With WooCheckout, you can create field tooltips for any of the WooCommerce checkout fields which will display additional information during hover or touch.

Disable WooCommerce Coupons

At first glance, you may wonder why this is a feature. Not all e-commerce stores create discount codes but as standard WooCommerce displays the coupon field upon checkout which can encourage users to abandon the checkout page in search of a code. If they don’t find one, you can end up losing a sale.

So rather than displaying this unnecessary field on the checkout page, you are able to hide it from displaying. It’s an overlooked issue for store owners that is very handy to have. And should you decide at a later date to create and promote coupon codes, simply head back over to the settings and re-enable the field.

WooCommerce Checkout Cart Editing

Whilst most WordPress themes allow for editing of the quantity of the products on the cart page, not all allow this on the checkout page. With WooCheckout you can enable or disable this as you wish to allow for easier edits on the last step of checkout without forcing the user to navigate back and forth.

Final Thoughts

Customizing the WooCommerce checkout page doesn’t need to be complicated. From design to functionality such as adding address autocomplete, promotional messaging and express checkout options, WooCheckout does it all. There are far more features than listed here, so check out the full list.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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