ShopReady Review: Template Kit for WooCommerce

ShopReady Review: Template Kit for WooCommerce

If you use Elementor to build your WooCommerce shop, you already know how much customization is possible. What if there was a way to have that customization be even easier to navigate and made it faster to design the shop you want?

ShopReady is a plugin that functions as an Elementor Template Kit to create a WooCommerce shop with easy-to-navigate customization options.

Even as a seasoned WordPress designer, sometimes I appreciate getting a little boost in my productivity by letting someone – or something – else handle the heavy lifting. The ShopReady plugin does that by giving me premade templates and widgets for just about every aspect of my shop, so I don’t have to reinvent the wheel every time.

The best part is, I don’t even have to write any code. Let’s get into the features and I’ll show you how this can work for your site.

ShopReady Features: How it Works

From my description, it may be obvious, but you’ll need to make sure you’re using Elementor and WooCommerce on your WordPress site. The key components of the ShopReady plugin are that they are built to work alongside WooCommerce and Elementor. Once you have those installed and set up, you’re ready to install and start using ShopReady.

It’s a good idea to already be comfortable using WooCommerce and Elementor before you start using the ShopReady plugin. It’s also helpful if you have your WooCoomerce settings (payments, coupons, shipping, etc) squared away and at least a handful of products ready to display.

The first thing you’ll probably want to do – it’s always my first and favorite thing – is to set up and customize your main shop page. The steps are pretty simple:

  1. Using Elementor, create a template you want to use for the page and publish it.
  2. Back in the WordPress dashboard, click the ShopReady icon and navigate to the Templates area
  3. Choose a ShopReady page template and customize it using Elementor.
The ShopReady template dashboard

There are several additional builders, or templates, included with ShopReady that will help you get started building other sections of your shop quickly:

  • Shop Page Builder
  • Product Details Page Builder
  • Cart page Builder
  • Checkout Page Builder
  • Thank You Page Builder
  • Archive page Builder
  • Account Page Builder

Just as I outlined with the main shop page, these are templates that you can choose from within Elementor and customize according to your needs. Those pages are all important for any WooCommerce shop to have. If you put conscious effort into branding those pages you’ll get better traffic and sales as a result. Thank you pages are especially ripe with opportunities to upsell and provide coupons for future orders.

That’s not a full tutorial by any means, but



This article was written by DJ Billings and originally published on WP Mayor.

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