WooCommerce

Description

WooCommerce is a flexible, open-source eCommerce solution built on WordPress. Whether you’re launching a business, taking an existing brick and mortar store online, or designing sites for clients you can get started quickly and build exactly the store you want.

Activate the free WooCommerce plugin on a new or existing WordPress site, follow the optional guided tour, and set up a new store in minutes with:

Beyond the basics, WooCommerce is fully customizable and extendable:

  • Choose a design to suit your brand and industry.
  • Enhance your store with free and paid extensions: add features and integrate with local and global eCommerce web services.
  • Inspect and modify any aspect of the core plugin code.
  • Leverage hooks and filters to modify functions.
  • Build on top of the REST API and webhooks.

Open-source freedoms mean full ownership of content and data forever – plus the expertise of a friendly global community.

WooCommerce is built to allow store managers to run an eCommerce site themselves, no web developer needed. There is also a free WooCommerce mobile app (Android and iOS) for store management on the go.

WooCommerce is developed and supported by Automattic, the creators of Jetpack and WordPress.com, along with independent contributors. The official extension marketplace is on WooCommerce.com.

From subscriptions to gym classes to luxury cars

With WooCommerce, you can sell both physical and digital goods in all shapes and sizes, offer product variations, complex configurations, and instant downloads to shoppers; and even sell affiliate goods from online marketplaces.

And those are just the out-of-the-box options. With paid extensions, you can extend your WooCommerce store to take bookings, offer memberships, set up recurring payments by subscription, create dynamic pricing rules, and much more.

Start a monthly wine subscription box, offer a discount on yoga mats to members who’ve attended 10+ classes, offer configurable hampers or personalized jewelry – it’s all possible with WooCommerce.

Comprehensive payment options

WooCommerce comes bundled with the ability to accept major credit cards, alternative payment methods, BACS (bank transfers), and cash on delivery.

For additional options, WooCommerce also integrates with more than 140 region-specific gateways including popular choices like Stripe, PayPal, Square and Amazon Pay. Apple Pay and Google Pay are also supported.

Search for your payment service provider of choice on the official marketplace.

Ship locally and globally

Shipping with WooCommerce is highly configurable. Adjust the built-in settings to offer free shipping or flat rate shipping, limit your shipments to specific countries by setting up shipping zones, or open your store up to the world.

Official extensions connect you with hundreds of local and international carriers – including Royal Mail, FedEx, and Australia Post – and let you integrate with inventory management and fulfilment providers.

There are also extensions available to add delivery and shipping options and support strategies like buy-one-get-one free, free gifts, and add-ons. WooCommerce Shipping supports real-time calculations and printing labels at home.

Design your store with themes and blocks

WooCommerce store design starts with a theme of your choice. There are hundreds of free and paid themes available, including Storefront by Automattic — it’s free to all stores and you can choose to have it installed for you during the guided setup.

Storefront offers deep WooCommerce integration and prioritizes speed and uptime. You can add your brand and define your style by customizing Storefront yourself or adding one of several industry-themed Storefront child themes.

Personalize your store’s design even more with WooCommerce Blocks (available in WooCommerce 3.6 and above) — use them to add selections of or single products to any page, for a seamless blending of commerce into content.

Customize your store with extensions

The easiest way to add features and functionality to a WooCommerce store is with an extension:

There are hundreds of official extensions reviewed by WooCommerce developers available on the WooCommerce.com marketplace, and many in the WordPress.org repository and on the wider web.

Control your data forever

WooCommerce gives you complete control – from taxes to stock levels to customer accounts. Add and remove extensions, change your store’s design, and switch themes or hosts or payment service providers, all as you please.

In a world increasingly aware of the importance of data protection, WooCommerce gives you full ownership over what is tracked and stored. If you opt to share usage data with us, your data is anonymized and kept secure. At any stage, you can opt out of all forms of tracking while still enjoying all of WooCommerce’s capabilities.

With WooCommerce, your data belongs to you. One of the risks of using a hosted eCommerce platform the risk of losing your store if the provider closes. WooCommerce store data is future-proof — you’re are free to export all your content and take your site wherever you choose.

Why developers like WooCommerce

WooCommerce was originally created with developers in mind. Built with a REST API, it integrates with virtually any service. Store data can be accessed anywhere, anytime, 100% securely.

WooCommerce allows developers to easily create, modify, and scale a store that meets client’s specifications, and to make enhancements either with extensions or with customs solution.

No matter the size of the store you want to build, WooCommerce has a robust framework that supports stores from basic to enterprise – with content and commerce in a single, central location.

WooCommerce is audited by a dedicated team of developers who work across time zones to identify and patch any and all discovered bugs. There is comprehensive, easily-accessible documentation that is updated with each release. With our docs, you’ll learn how to create the site your client needs.

Join our growing community

WooCommerce is one of the fastest-growing eCommerce communities. We’re proud that the helpfulness of the community and wealth of resources available online are frequently cited as reasons our users love it.

There are 80+ WooCommerce Meetups taking place in cities across the world that you can attend for free and even get involved in running. WooCommerce also has a regular presence at WordCamps across the globe – and we’d love to meet you.

If you’re interested in contributing to WooCommerce we’ve got more than 350 contributors, and there’s always room for more. Head to the WooCommerce GitHub Repository to find out how you can pitch in.

WooCommerce is currently 100% translated into 24 languages, including Danish, Ukrainian, and Persian. If you’re interested in helping to localize WooCommerce by adding your local language, visit translate.wordpress.org.

Contributors & Developers

“WooCommerce” has been translated into 55 locales. Thank you to the translators for their contributions. Translate “WooCommerce” into your language.

INTERESTED IN DEVELOPMENT?
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Screenshots

Blocks

This plugin provides 17 blocks.

woocommerce/product-new
Newest Products
woocommerce/product-best-sellers
Best Selling Products
woocommerce/handpicked-products
Hand-picked Products
woocommerce/all-products
All Products
woocommerce/price-filter
Filter Products by Price
woocommerce/active-filters
Active Product Filters
woocommerce/product-tag
Products by Tag
woocommerce/product-category
Products by Category
woocommerce/product-categories
Product Categories List
woocommerce/product-search
Product Search
woocommerce/attribute-filter
Filter Products by Attribute
woocommerce/featured-product
Featured Product
woocommerce/reviews-by-category
Reviews by Category
woocommerce/reviews-by-product
Reviews by Product
woocommerce/all-reviews
All Reviews
woocommerce/featured-category
Featured Category
woocommerce/product-on-sale
On Sale Products

Installation

Minimum Requirements

  • PHP 7.2 or greater is recommended
  • MySQL 5.6 or greater is recommended

Visit the WooCommerce server requirements documentation for a detailed list of server requirements.

Automatic installation

Automatic installation is the easiest option — WordPress will handles the file transfer, and you won’t need to leave your web browser. To do an automatic install of WooCommerce, log in to your WordPress dashboard, navigate to the Plugins menu, and click “Add New.”

In the search field type “WooCommerce,” then click “Search Plugins.” Once you’ve found us, you can view details about it such as the point release, rating, and description. Most importantly of course, you can install it by! Click “Install Now,” and WordPress will take it from there.

Manual installation

Manual installation method requires downloading the WooCommerce plugin and uploading it to your web server via your favorite FTP application. The WordPress codex contains instructions on how to do this here.

Updating

Automatic updates should work smoothly, but we still recommend you back up your site.

If you encounter issues with the shop/category pages after an update, flush the permalinks by going to WordPress > Settings > Permalinks and hitting “Save.” That should return things to normal.

Sample data

WooCommerce comes with some sample data you can use to see how products look; import sample_products.xml via the WordPress importer. You can also use the core CSV importer or our CSV Import Suite extension to import sample_products.csv

FAQ

Where can I find WooCommerce documentation and user guides?

For help setting up and configuring WooCommerce please refer to our user guide

For extending or theming WooCommerce, see our codex.

Where can I get support or talk to other users?

If you get stuck, you can ask for help in the WooCommerce Plugin Forum.

For help with paid extensions from WooCommerce.com, use our helpdesk.

Will WooCommerce work with my theme?

Yes! WooCommerce will work with any theme, but may require some styling. Please see our codex for help. If you’re looking for a theme with built in WooCommerce integration we recommend Storefront.

Where can I request new features, eCommerce themes, and extensions?

You can vote on and request new features and extensions on our WooIdeas board

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Report bugs on the WooCommerce GitHub repository. You can also report them in our support forum.

Where can I find the REST API documentation?

You can find the documentation of our REST API on the WooCommerce REST API Docs.

WooCommerce is awesome! Can I contribute?

Yes you can! Join in on our GitHub repository.

Reviews

29 มกราคม 2020
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27 มกราคม 2020
I am not surprised WooCommerce is the no.1 e-commerce platform globally. It's flexible and extendable! WooCommerce is my choice platform for building e-commerce sites, anytime, any day!
26 มกราคม 2020
The plugin is awesome, but i still have some issues. Woocommerce is not recognizing the portuguese If Then Pay method. The client is not receiving the final message when the payment is done and i can't find where to put this support ticket anywhere. So the client never receives the message of "payment completed". I would really appreciate your help.
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Contributors & Developers

“WooCommerce” has been translated into 60 locales. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.

Translate “WooCommerce” into your language.

Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

3.9.1 – 2020-01-28

  • Tweak – Trim whitespaces and strip slashes from MaxMind License Key.
  • Dev – Prevent empty notices to get displayed on frontend.
  • Fix – Show “-” instead of “0” when tax isn’t applicable to a product.
  • Fix – Fixed fatal error on the thank you page if order is not specified.
  • REST API – Fixed – Product and variations schema to allow remove sale prices, dimensions and weight.

3.9.0 – 2020-01-21

  • Enhancement – Added a “Show” button next to the password field on the login fields. #24915
  • Enhancement – New WooCommerce Onboarding experience (shows to only 10% of new users). #24991
  • Enhancement – Introduced Payment Gateway API to support “pay button”. #25000
  • Enhancement – Includes WooCommerce Blocks 2.5.3, introducing an “All Products” block, a new block listing products using client side rendering (requires WordPress 5.3), and more. #25181
  • Tweak – Updated PayPal standard “Thank you” page message to comply with PayPal Guidelines. #24756
  • Tweak – Account for non-EU countries that collect VAT and rename tax to VAT on the frontend. #24999
  • Tweak – Cache checkout fragments and update DOM on change only. #24227
  • Tweak – Eliminate extra update order AJAX request on checkout page load. #24271
  • Tweak – Prevent billing address from being updated on shipping update. #24374
  • Tweak – Added a tooltip in the “Coupon expity date” field. #24749
  • Tweak – Make phone numbers clickable in emails. #24786
  • Tweak – Prevent PHP warnings in tracker if order doesn’t have a created date yet. #24846
  • Tweak – Capitalize “T” in “Move to Trash” phrase on order page in wp-admin to be consistent with product and coupon pages. #24867
  • Tweak – Changed wp_cache invalidation from using increment to using microtime. #24961
  • Tweak – Made the usage tracking link on the setup wizard more transparent. #25026
  • Tweak – Fixed menu highlight of My Account page when browsing “Add payment method” page. #25041
  • Tweak – Prevent creating products before registering related post types and taxonomies. #25049
  • Tweak – Include processing orders in tracker data when opted in. #25071
  • Tweak – Centralize check for default themes to fix Storefront appearance in the Setup Wizard. #25216
  • Tweak – Adds a WordPress version check before recommending the WooCommerce Admin plugin during setup. #25260
  • Fix – Added license key support recent changes from MaxMind GeoLite2. #25378
  • Fix – Honor tax rounding preference in edit item and refund flows. #24208
  • Fix – Prevent incorrect number of decimal points in prices. #24281
  • Fix – Fixed initial support for Gutenberg’s Experimental Legacy Widget block. #24292
  • Fix – Fix overriding of query when using orderby on archives with a static homepage. #24683
  • Fix – Use of wp_unslash() function when escaping admin settings values. #24793
  • Fix – Do not set the tracking cookie when doing ajax requests. #24798
  • Fix – Display button to delete images from product galleries in the admin when using a mobile device. #24840
  • Fix – Fixed order note’s date format. #24843
  • Fix – Refactored WC_Order_Factory::get_order() to remove function deprecated in PHP 7.0. #24852
  • Fix – Fixed product stock status changes on Bulk Edit save when “Enable stock management” is disabled. #24876
  • Fix – Fixed default country code fallback in wc_get_customer_default_location(). #24884
  • Fix – Fixed misleading message for Shipping options in cart. #24914
  • Fix – Customizer not loading when viewing from WordPress.com. #24935
  • Fix – Prevent notice when a variable product has no images. #24986
  • Fix – Adjusted the slug generation for duplicated variable products to prevent performance degradation when using templates. #25064
  • Fix – Added appropriate minification to photoswipe.css. #25074
  • Fix – Corrected the sorting behavior for the “products” shortcode when manually sorting products. #25084
  • Fix – Fixed invalid backlinks for in-app purchases. #25098
  • Fix – Corrected the media element player initialization for product variation descriptions. #25103
  • Fix – Enable WooCommerce.com Site API on installations not using permalink. #25131
  • Fix – WooCommerce.com Site API now returns success if the plugin was previously installed. #25140
  • Fix – WooCommerce.com Site API checks to move_product case to make sure result array contains folder_exists item and doesn’t return a warning. #25160
  • Fix – Ensure that categories containing only private products are selectable in the product exporter. #25132
  • Fix – Prevent variable product parents from being added to orders. #25162
  • Fix – Use sorting settings as a default to product shortcodes. #25180
  • Fix – Applied setup wizard CSS fixes to the respective WP versions. #25197
  • Fix – Fixed “account erasure request” URL in WordPress 5.3. #25208
  • Fix – Ensure all cache get removed on webhook deletion. #25164
  • Fix – Adjusted the checkout email validation regex to be more accurate. #25251
  • Template – Introduced woocommerce_product_related_products_heading filter. #25059
  • Template – Introduced woocommerce_before_lost_password_confirmation_message and woocommerce_after_lost_password_confirmation_message hooks. #25096
  • REST API – Fixed date_created and date_created_gmt for customers v2. #25181
  • REST API – Fixed Restored “Total post count” section on System Status endpoint v2 and v3. #25181
  • REST API – Filter empty objects from results before loop. #25181
  • Dev – Introduce new PHP 7.0 minimum requirement.
  • Dev – Introduce new WordPress 5.0 minimum requirement.
  • Dev – Check for max discount to be “-ve” to prevent overwriting refunded fee amount. #24341
  • Dev – Add unload event to the checkout page to prevent reloading during checkout after placing an order. #24609
  • Dev – Only toggle form field description if element exists. #24752
  • Dev – Introduced woocommerce_{$export_type}_export_delimiter filter to change separator string while exporting CSV files. #24759
  • Dev – Introduced woocommerce_after_order_refund_item_name hook. #24760
  • Dev – Introduced woocommerce_kses_notice_allowed_tags filter. #24849
  • Dev – Introduced woocommerce_shipping_not_enabled_on_cart_html filter. #24914
  • Dev – Introduced woocommerce_show_invalid_variations_notice filter. #24934
  • Dev – Introduced woocommerce_upsells_order filter. #25017
  • Dev – Introduced woocommerce_before_settings_{current_tab} and woocommerce_after_settings_{current_tab} hooks. #25028
  • Dev – Included third parameter $order to woocommerce_order_get_formatted_billing_address and woocommerce_order_get_formatted_shipping_address filters. #24870
  • Dev – Pass the $clear_persistent_cart variable to the woocommerce_before_cart_emptied and woocommerce_cart_emptied actions. #24930
  • Dev – Made variables in assets/css/_variables.scss default. #24822
  • Dev – Refactor to use the same rounding logic in orders and cart. #24828
  • Dev – Add order note immediately after status change before the `woocommerce_order_status_changed action. #24879
  • Dev – Added support for custom attributes in wc_placeholder_img(). #24937
  • Dev – Added initial support for inline notices on checkout. #25001
  • Dev – Introduced wc_get_product_object() helper. #25031
  • Dev – Pass the correct $this->updated_props variable to the woocommerce_coupon_object_updated_props action’s second paramater. #25077
  • Dev – Remove a few calls to func_get_args() and call_user_func_array() with the spread operator for better code legibility and performance gains. #25101
  • Dev – New woocommerce_valid_order_statuses_for_payment hook that triggers when an order is paid. Use this new hook instead of woocommerce_order_status_changed or *woocommerce_order_status_{old_status}}_to_{new_status}` to trigger code for payment completion. #25158
  • Dev – Ability to exclude certain product types from product search calls. #25162
  • Dev – Raise exception when WC_Product_Variation is instantiated with an ID that belongs to an object that is not a variation. #25178
  • Localization – Add subdivisions of Laos. #24765
  • Localization – Fixed translatable string in WooCommerce’s libraries. #24892 #24894
  • Localization – Fixed translatable string comments for translators. #24928
  • Localization – Add postcode validation for Slovenia. #25174

See changelog for all versions.