Step 1 - Store Name & Location

Store Name
Enter a descriptive store name. It will be shown in the WooCart app and used as the WordPress Site Title.

Store Subdomain
This is automatically prefilled with the store name slug. In the case the subdomain is taken, you will need to modify it on your own. Store Subdomain is used for accessing the store and for CNAME record purpose.

Business Location (taxes and localization)
Choose the country where the store owner's business is located. This is used for configuring taxes and local standards, like date, time and currency. For countries that have regions, the region with the capital city will be selected.

Store Language
Select a language for your store. By default, it's the language of the country the business is registered in.

Selling Location
Select to which regions you want to sell. By default, it's the Business Location country but you can choose from predefined shipping zones. This can always be changed in WooCommerce settings after deployment.

Step 2: Store Owner

This step is optional. You can enter the store owner's company information here. This data will then be used in outgoing emails footer, invoices, in legal disclaimers, on about and contact pages and wherever else it's relevant. If these are not set, dummy data for Acme Corporation is used and you can change it later inside WooCommerce settings.

Step 3: Store Theme

This step is optional. We will install our Storefront child theme, called Cartfront. If you plan on using a different theme, you can click continue. If you plan on using Cartfront, you can select a template that suits your store.

You can edit or change your theme at anytime inside the WordPress dashboard after the store is deployed.

Step 4: Store Plugins

We've selected the most popular plugins for WooCommerce. You can quickly select them here and they will be installed and activated after the store is deployed.

You can add more plugins at any time inside the WordPress dashboard after the store is deployed.

Step 5: Store Configuration

Allow product reviews
If this is unchecked, customers will be unable to leave reviews on the products.

Allow guest checkout
If this is unchecked, visitors will need to create an account before checkout.

Allow account creation outside of the checkout
If this is unchecked, visitors will only be able to create an account on checkout.

Add a Blog
This option creates a page named Blog and sets it as Posts page.

GDPR compliance
This setting configures data storage and deletion settings based on GDPR-compliant best practices.

Privacy Policy, Cookie Policy, Terms, and Conditions
This creates policy pages and adds content to them. If the policies are unavailable in the selected language, the United Kingdom's policies in English will be used. You can add policies for your country into our public repository, contact us if you need help.

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