Booking with Woocommerce: This option allows you to TURN ON Woocommer Booking for site.
Show Shipping Information: You TURN ON this option to show ship information on your Bill.
Show Cart item Information collapsed.
The next steps, we’re going to walk through all settings available to you in WooCommerce. You’ll find information about General WooCommerce settings as well as Product, Tax, Checkout, Shipping, Accounts, Email, and Webhook.
To get started, go to WooCommerce > Settings
Options that affect how prices are displayed on the front-end.
Choose the default currency for the store. Only one may be selected.
Choose the default currency position for prices: Left, Right, Left/Right with space
Choose the symbol to use for the thousand separator: 1,000 or 1.000
Choose the symbol to use for the decimal separator: 100.00 or 100,00
Number of Decimals
Choose how many numbers to display to the right of the decimal when displaying prices: 100.00 or 100.
Taxes are very important and complex enough that we’ve written more about them in their own section of our docs. More at: WooCommerce Tax Settings.
The main shipping settings screen is for Shipping Zones. Think of a shipping zone as a geographic region where a certain set of shipping methods and their rates apply.
You can read about setting up shipping zones at: Setting up Shipping Zones
Under the Checkout sub navigation section, there are options for the general checkout process of your store.
Select to enable the use of coupons – Coupons can be applied from the cart and checkout pages.
Calculate coupon discounts sequentially
Changes the coupon calculation logic to apply coupons in sequence on top of one another, rather than basing them on the original product prices.
- Enable guest checkout – Allows customers to check out without creating an account.
- Force secure checkout – Force SSL (HTTPS) on the checkout pages. An SSL Certificate is required, if selected.
Pages need to be set so WooCommerce knows where to send users to check out: Cart Page, Checkout Page, Terms and Conditions. You need not use the pages WooCommerce installed, but you must have a page set for the Cart and Checkout pages. Otherwise your customers cannot buy and pay.
Cart and checkout pages are normally created and set when installing/setting up WooCommerce. If you want to use a Terms and Conditions page, you need to create a new page for them. Then select the page in the settings as shown above.
This section lets you customize WooCommerce emails. For more advanced control, copy the woocommerce/templates/emails/ folder to yourchildtheme/woocommerce/emails/.
We recommend keep customizations in a child theme, so changes are not overwritten when performing updates.
Coupons are a great way to offer discounts and rewards to your customers, and can help promote sales across your shop.
If you want to use coupons with WooCommerce, you first need to enable them in WooCommerce. Go to: WooCommerce > Settings > Checkout to enable coupons.
Continue read more on this document: https://docs.woocommerce.com/document/coupon-management/