WooCommerce is a popular e-commerce plugin for WordPress, enabling users to create and manage online stores with ease.
Hostinger's Ubuntu 22.04 64bit with WooCommerce VPS template comes with WooCommerce pre-installed, simplifying the process of setting up an online store. This guide will walk you through the basics of getting your WooCommerce store up and running on Hostinger VPS.
To start, install the WooCommerce template on your VPS.
Accessing Your WooCommerce Store
Open a web browser and visit
You'll be directed to the WordPress admin page. Use the following email address -
admin@[your-VPS-hostname] - to sign in and use the password you created when installing the template.
After logging into WordPress, you'll be prompted by the WooCommerce setup wizard. Follow the steps to configure your store's basic settings, such as location, currency, and payment methods:
Explore the WooCommerce settings to configure shipping, taxes, and other essential store functionalities.
In the WordPress dashboard, navigate to WooCommerce → Products. Add new products, including descriptions, images, prices, and other relevant details:
Use categories and tags to organize your products, making it easier for customers to find what they're looking for.
Customizing the Store
Select a WordPress theme that is compatible with WooCommerce. Customize the theme to match your brand and store aesthetics:
Ensure a smooth shopping experience by customizing the checkout and cart pages.
WooCommerce Extensions Store
WooCommerce offers a variety of extensions for additional features like subscriptions, bookings, and memberships. Explore the WooCommerce Extensions store for more options:
Utilize other WordPress plugins to enhance your store's functionality, such as SEO tools or analytics.
Hostinger's Ubuntu 22.04 64bit with WooCommerce VPS template provides a solid foundation for launching and managing your online store. WooCommerce's integration with WordPress makes it a flexible and powerful solution for e-commerce. For more detailed instructions and best practices, refer to the WooCommerce documentation.