WordPress WooCommerce Plugin Accounts Settings post will show you how to configure the account pages, login and endpoints.
Last Updated: December 4, 2019
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WooCommerce accounts settings has a few options for the accounts page and checkout page to enable and or disable. These options gives you the flexibility to control what you would like your customers to do when they buy a product and when they go to the accounts page.
Important: It is always important to make sure to test all the options you enable before going live.
Note: The Accounts and Checkout pages are created when you first install the plugin.
WordPress WooCommerce Plugin Accounts Settings
Step 1 ) Go to WooCommerce -> Settings -> Accounts to start configuring the checkout settings. The checkout settings menu is divided into the following options. See image below.
- My account page
- Customer registration = “Checkout” page. / “My account” page.
- Login = “Checkout” page.
- Account creation
Step 2 ) The following image Checkout allows your members to log into their account from the checkout page when you enable Login mentioned in Step 1 ) above.
- Username or email
- Enable Remember me option
- Click on Lost your password link
Step 2-a ) The following image Billing details allows you to create an account from the Checkout page when you enable this option mentioned in Step 1 ) above in Customer registration.
- Allows you to create Cart page
- Checkout page
- Terms and conditions
My Account Page
Step 2-b ) The following image My Account allows visitors to your site to register if they are not registered yet from the my account page. This can be achieved when you enable this option mentioned in Step 1 ) above in Customer registration.
My account endpoints
Step 3 ) The following image My account endpoints allows you to enable the following features.
- View order
- Edit account
- Payment methods
- Lost password
- Click on Save changes button after you finish configuring your settings.
The above instructions are simple and easy to follow.
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