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- Numerous payout options
- Shipping Calculations
- Well-Defined Categories / Groups Section
- Adding Products is simple
Customization of goods, price, stock control, shipping and weight settings, product variations, merchant notes, product downloads, coupon codes, and promotions
- Use of Widgets to display products across an entire website.
- Pre-installed payment gateways including Chronopay, PayPal, PayPal – Express, Google Checkout, and manual payment
Plugins required for setting E-Commerce website using WordPress
- WordPress e-Commerce Plugin:The WP eCommerce plugin is the most commonly used shopping cart system for WordPress. A very popular plugin that offers many options for setting up an online store with WordPress. WP e-Commerce integrates with PayPal, Google Checkout, Authorize.net and more.
- Shopp: It is another popular e-commerce plugin. The cost is $55 for a single-site license or $299 for a developer’s license.
- eShop: eShop is a free plugin
- Quick Shop: Quick Shop is a free plugin, that uses sidebar widgets to create a simple shopping cart. Post tags generate a form to add products to the cart.
- YAK: YAK is a free plugin that creates a simple shopping cart, and associates products with posts, using post ID as the product ID.
WordPress e-Commerce Themes
- Crafty Cart: A free e-commerce theme designed to work with the e-commerce plugin.
- SimpleCart(js): It is a new free theme from Chris Wallace.
- E-commerce Theme: It is a premium theme from iThemes.It is a single-use license costs $79.95, and a developer’s license costs $199.
- Market Theme: It provides everything that is needed to run an e-commerce site with WordPress. The cost is $55 for a standard license or $150 for a developer’s license.
- WPShop: It is available through ThemeForest for $35.
- eGoods: It is available through ThemeForest for $30.
- ArtShop: It is also available through ThemeForest for $30.
Thus, E-commerce For WordPress surely earns valid consideration for any new online store project.