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Ecommerce and Accepting Payments on WordPress

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  •   02 How We Accept PaymentSelling on WordPress: On-Site VS Off-site


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About The Class

set up an ecommerce website.

It’s one thing to get a WordPress website up and running, it's another to sell from it. In Ecommerce and Accepting Payments on WordPress, Brian Wood will teach you everything you need to know about setting up your website to sell products. 

Brian has been training designers and business owners on how to build and grow an awesome, professional web presence for years. In this class, he’ll give you a complete introduction to your options for selling through your WordPress site. 

You’ll learn about:  

  • "On-site" vs "off-site" payments 
  • Accepting PayPal, Google Wallet, Amazon Payments, and more 
  • Customizing your shopping cart 
  • Exploring and installing WooCommerce 
You’ll develop a better understanding of the different methods for selling on a WordPress site and find out which one is best suited to your specific needs. There are so many options for selling goods online – find out which is right for you in Ecommerce and Accepting Payments on WordPress with Brian Wood.

Software Used: Wordpress 4.1

Topics Covered

Lesson Plan

  1. 01

    How We Accept Payment

  2. 02

    How We Accept PaymentSelling on WordPress: On-Site VS Off-site

    Brian explains the difference between on-site and off-site payments and why you’d choose one or the other.

  3. 03

    Understanding Different Payment Methods

  4. 04

    Deciding on a Wordpress Payment Method

  5. 05

    Starting With PayPal

  6. 06

    Setting Up PayPal Account

  7. 07

    Creating a Custom PayPal Button

  8. 08

    Installing Plug-ins

  9. 09

    Adding a Plug-In: PayPal Shopping Cart

  10. 10

    Accepting "On-Site" Payments

  11. 11

    Install WooCommerce

  12. 12

    How to Fix the Created Templates

  13. 13

    Set Up the WooCommerce Main Options

  14. 14

    Add Products and Set Them Up in Wordpress

  15. 15

    Hook Up Payment for WooCommerce

  16. 16

    Manage the WooCommerce Process

  17. 17

    Taking WooCommerce Further

  18. 18

    Working with WordPress and Stripe

  19. 19

    Working with WordPress and SquareUp

  20. 20

    Understanding What "Membership" SIte Means


Meet Your Expert

Brian Wood

Brian Wood is a web developer, the author of 14 books, including Adobe Muse CC Classroom in a Book and Adobe Illustrator CC 2018 Classroom in a Book. The author of numerous training titles including Muse, Dreamweaver, InDesign, Illustrator and more. ... read more

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100% of students recommend this class.
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  • Danielle Allen

    June 2016

    I appreciate all of the knowledge that Brian offers. He has a wealth of knowledge, however he tends to "jump around" while speaking on a topic. For example, during the PayPal section, he spends more time speaking about other sites instead of just delivering the content. This made it a bit harder for me to follow along. I actually became frustrated. Overall, the course is useful but in the future, I recommend that he look at the topics and ensure that he sticks to the information we actually need.

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