Support » Plugin: WooCommerce » How to add “Add To Cart” on the shop/catalog page?

  • Resolved slimmz

    (@slimmz)


    Hello,

    So just to make things quicker (checkout), I prefer the Add To Cart button to be on the shop page/catalog page without the user needs to click on the product first. Is this achievable?
    Is it also possible to make the shop page to be a list that displays the product details and add to cart page?

    https://ibb.co/vPy0NNP

    Like on the images, is it possible to put the Add To Cart to the yellow mark somewhere?

    Cheers,
    slimmz

    • This topic was modified 5 months, 1 week ago by slimmz.
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  • Plugin Support Cara – a11n

    (@dcka)

    Hi, @slimmz!

    So just to make things quicker (checkout), I prefer the Add To Cart button to be on the shop page/catalog page without the user needs to click on the product first. Is this achievable?

    That is actually the behavior when using a default theme like Storefront, as you’ll see here, at least with Simple products:

    Link to image: https://d.pr/i/pVZlNn

    Is it also possible to make the shop page to be a list that displays the product details and add to cart page?

    Both this and having the add to cart button on the shop page will require making changes to your theme templates.

    As a kind reminder, this forum supports the core WooCommerce software functionality. That said, at least for the add to cart buttons, I can suggest the following guide: How to Create an “Add to Cart” Button Below Products on Your Shop Page.

    You may also want to check in the dedicated support channels for the theme you’re using for additional assistance.

    Plugin Support abwaita a11n

    (@abwaita)

    Hi,

    We’ve not heard back from you in a while, so I’m marking this thread as resolved. Hopefully, the above info was helpful!

    If you have further questions, please feel free to open a new topic.

    Thanks.

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