Cart66 is a little different from other WordPress e-commerce plugins because you get a suite of hosted services that take e-commerce beyond what you can do with a plugin alone. Here are a few things to know to get started.
You can now use your theme’s css (styles) for your Cart66 buttons and product forms with the new “naked” product form display mode. When you use the naked display mode, Cart66 does not dress the form with the normal Cart66 CSS and, instead, just sends down naked HTML markup so that the native CSS from
Cart66 has been at the heart of WordPress ecommerce since 2008. It all started when I was found some noise reduction headphones that I wanted to sell online. I started to hand-roll another e-commerce site when I thought maybe I could build an ecommerce site on WordPress. At the time, there were only about three
This is an in-depth tutorial on how to sell an eBook on WordPress with Cart66. We look at marketing ideas for growing your email list and building interest in your book as soon as you can. We also look at some powerful features of Cart66 for selling your eBook including a couple different ways to offer discounts, email marketing, and how to give away a free chapter of your book to build your email list.
We’ll look at how to set up subscriptions for selling web hosting. This video tutorial will show you how to set up individual products for each hosting plan as well as how to create a single product that shows a form where your customer can select the hosting plan as well as a WordPress support and maintenance package. Finally we’ll look at the secure customer portal where your customers can manage their account information.
One of the things that sets Cart66 apart is how easy it is to put product order forms and add to cart buttons anywhere on any page you want. In that sense, any page or post on your WordPress site can be a product page. Sometimes, however, it’s nice to have an easy product page
Cart66 comes with a custom post type for products. The Cart66 Product post type serves a couple of purposes both for presentation and some behind the scenes stuff. By default, the product pages are presented with an image gallery in the top left, the Add to Cart button in the top right, and the page