Do It Yourself – Tutorials – How to Use WooCommerce My Account Endpoint Templates | JetWooBuilder

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Do It Yourself – Tutorials – How to Use WooCommerce My Account Endpoint Templates | JetWooBuilder

by | Aug 7, 2021 | Do It Yourself - Build Your Own Website | 0 comments

Do It Yourself – Website Tutorials

In this tutorial you’ll find out what Endpoint is and how to use it on your website efficiently.

❗ If you create a My Account page template and apply it to the default page, chances are it won’t work correctly. Use separate templates for each WooCommerce My Account custom endpoint and display them on the page.

◼ Add My Account Endpoints WooCommerce in Woo Page Builder menu tab
◼ Create personal WooCommerce pages and style them in the way you need with JetWooBuilder
◼ Organize My Account page properly using 8+ account widgets
◼ Insert any widget you consider useful for your users, like Product Slider, Recently Visited Pages, etc.
◼ Enable the custom template usage and applying it to the endpoint in JetWooBuilder settings
◼ Create custom page with the same design for every part it from scratch
◼ Customize your mega menu and add animation
◼ Apply My Account Content widget to pull the necessary info for each endpoint template

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00:00 Introduсtion
00:56 Explaining WooCommerce endpoints
02:08 Creating My Account endpoint template
04:21 Assigning the template to the page
05:43 Creating a custom My Account page
06:19 Adding My Account menu
08:10 Adding custom My Account template
11:18 Applying the template to the page

Website template used: Zolden — WooCommerce website template for Elementor

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