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Integrate WooCommerce with Netlify

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About WooCommerce

WooCommerce is a customizable, open-source eCommerce platform built on WordPress. With WooCommerce, you get everything you need to sell online: secure payment processing, a solid tax/shipping reporting system, and dozens of free & premium themes.

About Netlify

Netlify is the platform your developers love for building highly-performant and dynamic web sites, e-commerce stores and applications.

Netlify Integrations

Best ways to Integrate WooCommerce + Netlify

  • WooCommerce Integration Netlify Integration

    WooCommerce + Netlify

    Start Deploy in Netlify when New Order is created in WooCommerce Read More...
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  • WooCommerce Integration Netlify Integration

    WooCommerce + Netlify

    Start Deploy in Netlify when New Line Item in Order is created in WooCommerce Read More...
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  • WooCommerce Integration Netlify Integration

    WooCommerce + Netlify

    Start Deploy in Netlify when New Customer is created in WooCommerce Read More...
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  • WooCommerce Integration Netlify Integration

    WooCommerce + Netlify

    Start Deploy in Netlify when New Order Status Change is created in WooCommerce Read More...
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  • WooCommerce Integration Netlify Integration

    WooCommerce + Netlify

    Start Deploy in Netlify when New Product is created in WooCommerce Read More...
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    WooCommerce Integration New Product
     
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Connect WooCommerce + Netlify in easier way

It's easy to connect WooCommerce + Netlify without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Coupon

    Triggers when a WooCommerce Coupon is created.

  • New Customer

    Triggers if a customer chooses to register for an account. This can happen during the checkout process, or via the My Account page.

  • New Invoice

    Triggers when a new invoice is created.

  • New Line Item in Order

    Triggers for each line item in an order. Use this if you need the line item details from an order.

  • New Order

    (With Line Item Support) Triggers when a WooCommerce order is paid for.

  • New Order Status Change

    (With Line Item Support) For advanced usage. Triggers every time a WooCommerce order changes status. See the Managing Orders documentation on WooCommerce for more information.

  • New Product

    Trigger when new product is added.

  • New Deploy Failed

    Triggers when a new deploy of your site has failed.

  • New Deploy Started

    Triggers when a new deploy of your site has started building.

  • New Deploy Succeeded

    Triggers when a new version of your site has successfully deployed.

  • New Form Submission

    Triggers when a form receives a new submission.

    Actions
  • Create Coupon

    Creates a new coupon.

  • Create Customer

    Action when a WooCommerce customer is created.

  • Create Invoice

    Creates a new invoice.

  • Create Order

    Creates a new order.

  • Create Product

    Creates a new product.

  • Delete Coupon

    Delete Coupon

  • Update Coupon

    Updates an existing coupon.

  • Update Customer

    Updates an existing customer.

  • Update Order

    Updates an existing order.

  • Update Product

    Updates an existing product.

  • Start Deploy

    Performs a new deploy of an existing site.

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How WooCommerce & Netlify Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose WooCommerce as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Netlify as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from WooCommerce to Netlify.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of WooCommerce and Netlify

WooCommerce

WooCommerce is a free open-source ecommerce plugin for WordPress, which was created by 3 individuals in 2011 — Andrew Norcross, Magnus Jepson and WooThemes.

WooCommerce has now grown to be the most popular ecommerce platform on the web as its components are easily integrated into websites. The plugin allows you to sell almost anything online, giving you easy access to building an online store without having to worry about hosting, security or payment gateways.

Freedom of choice, flexibility and ease of use are the three core reasons why WooCommerce is a leading ecommerce plugin.

Netlify

Netlify describes itself as ‘a powerful platform for deploying and automating modern web projects’. It is a service that helps you deploy your website, and provide content delivery network (CDN. services.

Netlify is a cloud-based application that allows users to create HTML files with the help of simple templates. These HTML files then get translated into static websites, which are hosted on netlify’s servers. Netlify has many features such as auto-deployment and domain management that enables users to create their own website and host it all on Netlify’s server.

Integration of WooCommerce and Netlify

There are two options when it comes to integrating WooCommerce with Netlify. through the use of a Netlify CLI plugin and a Netlify CMS plugin. The Netlify CMS plugin is compatible with existing WordPress sites, while the Netlify CLI plugin can be added to your existing project using either Git or the command line.

Let us look at the CMS integration first:

How to integrate WooCommerce with Netlify using the CMS integration method

Step 1 – Install the Netlify CMS plugin. Fplow the instructions given here to install it on your website. Once installed, activate it on your website.

Step 2 – Add the fplowing snippet of code to your wp-config.php file. require_once 'path/toetlify-cms/libetlify.php'; $cms = new NetlifyCMSCms(); $netlify = new NetlifyCMSNetlify(YOUR_NETLIFY_KEY); $cms->setNetlify($netlify); 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 require_once 'path/toetlify-cms/libetlify.php' ; $cms = new Netlify CMS Cms ( . ; $netlify = new Netlify CMS Netlify ( YOUR_NETLIFY_KEY . ; $cms -> setNetlify ( $netlify . ; Step 3 – Create a build script that loads your theme and generates static HTML files from your dynamic data (in this instance, it would be WordPress. If you need help doing this, fplow the steps given here. Step 4 – Add the fplowing code to the WP_Bootstrap::main(. method. if ($cms->getOption('enable-javascript'. == false && $cms->getOption('enable-css'. == false. { return; } 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 if ( $cms -> getOption ( 'enable-javascript' . == false && $cms -> getOption ( 'enable-css' . == false . { return ; } Step 5 – Run your site locally by entering localhost into your browser’s address bar. You will see a message saying “no URL specified” since you do not have a valid domain name for your website yet. Step 6 – Now go back to your WooCommerce settings and click on the ‘Netlify’ tab. Type in the domain name that you want to use for your site in the ‘Site Domain’ field, and click ‘Save Changes’. Step 7 – Click on ‘Deploy’ button in your WordPress admin area after making any changes to your website via the CMS. A page will open up asking you to enter some information about your Netlify account, which you can get from your dashboard. Enter this information on this page and click on ‘Verify domain’. Step 8 – The domain verification process will begin almost immediately. This process invpves generating a unique signature for your domain name using some random data provided by Netlify (the unique signature is really just a hash of this random data. You will receive an email from Netlify when this process is complete. Step 9 – Once you have confirmed that you want to use the domain verification process, another page will open up asking you to enter some more information about your website (this includes things like your website’s title, description etc.. Step 10 – This step invpves configuring HTTPS for your domain name. You will have to contact your domain name provider and ask them what they require for setting up HTTPS for your domain name (some providers may ask for a specific certificate. After configuring everything, visit https://www.netlify.com/certificates in your browser and confirm that HTTPS is working correctly for your site. Your website should now be live! You will now have an SSL certificate for your website, along with all the benefits that come with it, such as improved SEO and higher conversion rates for both free and paid plans as per Google’s recent algorithm update. Step 11 – Congratulations! You have successfully integrated WooCommerce with Netlify!

How to integrate WooCommerce with Netlify using the CLI integration method

Step 1 – Install and activate the plugin using the command below. composer global require netlify/cli --prefer-dist 1 composer global require netlify / cli -- prefer - dist Step 2 – Create an app using the command below. netlify init 1 netlify init Step 3 – Navigate to [your_website_root]/.netlify/functions/hooks/init , create a file called wp-config-local.php and add the fplowing code to it. function wp_netlify_install($wp_config. { $wp_config['baseurl'] = "https://[your_domain].com"; return $wp_config; } add_filter('update_option', 'wp_netlify_install', 10, 1); 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 function wp_netlify_install ( $wp_config . { $wp_config [ 'baseurl' ] = "https://[your_domain].com" ; return $wp_config ; } add_filter ( 'update_option' , 'wp_netlify_install' , 10 , 1 . ; Step 4 – Use the fplowing command to configure all available options for your blog. netlify configure 1 netlify configure Step 5 – Go to https://[your-domain].com in your browser and see that your site is being served from Netlify! Note. You might see some errors in development mode first because your DNS settings aren’t correct yet; these errors will disappear once DNS propagation finishes. Step 6 – You can now continue adding blog posts or pages by visiting https://[your-domain].com/admin . Note. Be sure to enter https:// in front of your custom domain name whenever you visit /admin during this process; otherwise, you will see an error message! When you finish editing a post or page, click Publish at the bottom of the editor screen; this will publish any changes you made. Step 7 – To set up HTTPS for your site, type netlify encrypt in terminal fplowed by your password when prompted; this will generate a unique secure key for your site and display it on screen. Visit https://[your-domain].com/admin/encrypt in GitHub’s secure browser window and enter this key there; click Encrypt Key and then Continue Browsing on the next screen to complete setup! You can now visit https://[your-domain].com in your browser and see that HTTPS is working correctly for your site! Note. If you used a custom domain name for this tutorial, you can ignore steps 8–11 since they are no longer needed once you have finished them once already! Step 8 – Create a DNS TXT record with values as shown here under [your-domain]. v=spf1 include:nylas.com ~all . This is required so that

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