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The Cart page is where customers review their selected items before proceeding to checkout. A well-designed Cart page can help reduce cart abandonment and improve the overall shopping experience.

Why customize the cart page with Elementor?

Customizing your WooCommerce cart page is a crucial part of improving your conversion rates. The cart page interface can hugely determine whether your customer will proceed to the checkout or not. This includes adding options to show cart details, increase/decrease amount, adding detailed thumbnails for your cart items, and so on.

And while there are a lot of ways to customize your cart page such as using cart plugins or programmatically, using a page builder can be one of the best ways to do so.

Accessing the Custom Cart Page

  • In your WordPress dashboard, navigate to Templates > Saved Templates.
  • Find the pre-design custom cart page template and hover over its title.
  • Click the Edit with Elementor link that appears.

Or you can find it in Pages Menu

  • In your WordPress dashboard, navigate to Pages > All Pages.
  • Find the pre-design custom checkout page and hover over its title.
  • Click the Edit with Elementor link that appears.

Editing the Cart Page

  1. Open with Elementor: Click on “Edit with Elementor” to start customizing the page.
  2. Add and Customize Widgets: Use Elementor widgets to build your layout. Some useful widgets for the Cart page include:
    • Cart: This widget displays the cart contents..
    • Cart Totals: Shows the cart total and any applicable discounts or taxes.
    • Proceed to Checkout: Adds a button that directs users to the checkout page.
  3. Design and Style: Customize the appearance of your widgets. Adjust layout, colors, fonts, and spacing to match your brand’s aesthetic.
  4. Preview and Save: Once you’re satisfied with your design, preview it to ensure everything looks good. Click “Update” to save your changes.

Additional Tips

  • Responsive Design: Make sure to check your custom cart page on different devices and screen sizes to ensure it is fully responsive.
  • Custom CSS: If needed, you can add custom CSS through Elementor to further refine the appearance of your cart page.
  • Elementor Add-ons: Consider using additional Elementor add-ons that provide more widgets and features for WooCommerce.

Additional Resources

To learn more about Elementor Woocomerce Cart Widget , refer to the following resources:

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Updated on June 23, 2024