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WooCommerce is a powerful, extendable eCommerce plugin that helps you sell anything. Beautifully.


45 reviews
Average Rating
4.6 out of 5 stars
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Love Hate Relationship
By , for WP 4.3.1

I have a love hate relationship with WooCommerce. I have used WooCommerce for a long time I have 6 different websites I manage everyday.

PROS: User friendly. I love that I can just change my stores with a touch of a button. Integration is easy. Set up is easy and quick.

CONS: The support and upgrades. The support is good, but the timing is awful. I wish they have phone support. I live in the US and sometimes having the company in RSA is very difficult especially if they need more info to address the issue. It could take days for it to be fixed simply because of the time delays. The Upgrades are sometimes not compatible with the theme and thats where errors come up. I have seen an error sometime for weeks in the dashboard before a fix comes out.

Overall, WooCommerce is better then any other service. I will continue to use WooCommerce on my site and my future sites. I just would like there to be better support.

By , for WP 4.3.1

Good one...Need to pay extra price for most of the plugins.

Algunas mejoras
By ,

El plugin es fantástico pero tiene algunos detalles que se pueden mejorar.

1. Debería poder ajustarse el tamaño de los precios y modificar el color.
2. Poder modificar las fuentes, colores y tamaños.
3. Poder ordenar los productos según nuestro interés dentro del administrador.
4. Poder ordenar las categorias y subcategorias según nuestro interés dentro del administrador o incluso sobre la propia web.
5. Poner marcos a los productos para resaltarlos más y modificar el color.

Y posiblemente se me ocurrirían unas cuantas cosas más, pero en definitiva el plugin es realmente bueno a falta de pequeños detalles.

wordpress and woocommerce failed to matchup other frameworks
By , for WP 4.3

I love wordpress for blogging. It's easy, versatile, 90% of the time plugins works great.

So I thought it would be a good idea to go on with wordpress and its most popular ecommerce plugin.

But hell no, it failed me. Okay it's not a total failure. Cart and some functionalities works.

But page design is totally flawed. Nothing works out of the box. Even it's own themes. Everything must be done from the scratch.
Wordpress categories and woocommerce categories are messed up.

What shall I do with cart and payment options if there is no beautiful looking page.

Oh and it expects me to their premium themes without trials. At least you should give something first that is working or very easy to setup and ask for the rest.
This plugin and supported themes and addons require you to pay at least hundreds of bucks before you start.

Ok I know that you have families to care and you have to earn money but this is not a win-win situation.

No up2date good video tutorials. And 3rd party tutorials force you to buy their own themes. Yes there is documentation but but a quick start videos are great. It saves hours.

So I changed the framework with something out of the box solution and it's okay now. I just regret for the time I wasted with this pair.

Sorry guys

The best choice for e-commerce over wordpress. But…
By , for WP 4.4.2

Getting better and better with each new version! BUT:
…There is still big leaks in standard functionalities:
For example, there is no settings to autocomplete paid ordersespecially for virtual products. In docs you can find a snippet for that purpose, but is incomplete. Also there is not a real support. It could be a premium yearly commercial support and i think that a lot of people would pay for that kind of service.
If that changes, i will update my review to 5 stars…

In most cases you will need to buy (one year) commercial plugins, for a working pro e-commerce website.

After that, i love wooCommerce better than others light weight e-commerce solutions.

Big thanks to all woocommerce members team.


nice plugin but to buggy in updates
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woocommerce is great, but the update policy is not yet good. I recommend to wait two or three weeks with every update after publishing. usually there is a second or third update inbetween a few hours. That is to insecure for a webshop. I hope, this policy will be fixed anytime.

using woocommerce currency switcher with woocommerce
By , for WP 4.3.3


In my woocommerce project using woocommerce currency switcher basic currency is aed and minimum amount for free delivery is 500.But when i switching currency to usd its value below 500 in usd so its taking shipping what will do for that

With Regards
Savin Mb

By , for WP 4.2.2

Its been a complete nigthmare just trying to upload ONE single product.

Images look terrible, short description is not saved, related products can't be disabled...
I can't believe you have to spent so much time reading and trying to find a solution for every little thing which is so obvious should be more simple.. I've spent hours and hours trying to find a solution for EVERY little detail, and many of the things I've tried do not work, I've tried editing CSS; functions php, etc.. FOUR days and still can't get ONE single product to look as I want it..
It's a nigthmare

woocommerce breaks my website
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I have an issue to report (i am sure a few people have already brought this to you attention)

When I installed woocommerce, my WP signed out and forced http>>https (Chrome only). All the other browsers render everything fine.

I opened up a few other websites and found they are also broken.

My site >> aliwalshoalscubadiving.com (to see please open in Chrome)
Another site >> http://dermasolutions.co.uk/ - also broken..

Any solutions? Its a major concern because Chrome has a HUGE user base.

Just about everything is built around woo
By , for WP 4.2.2

Positive: Woo does great in organic search and works well on a dedicated server with lots of resources. Many plugin add-ons expanding functionality. Woo keeps software updated!
Negative: Does not run well on cheap shared Gator Daddy cloud hosts.
Needs plenty of memory and cpu to run good.
Support is awful. If you pay for premium plugins you will discover licenses expire. It's like loaning tools out and having to buy them all over again. Woo is the worst I have ever seen for support. Nothing like Envato Market that tracks all your licenses and provides some support.

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