A responsive website changes the layout to offer an experience based on the device being used, especially ideal for mobile viewing.
- Product variables
- Stock management
- Payment options
- Automatic taxes
- Shipping costs
- Shipping methods
- Product reviews
- Discount codes
Offer variations with control over prices, stock, image, and more.
Track stock levels, notifications via email, hide out-of-stock items and more.
Geolocating allows you to show relevant tax prices store-wide
Enable a shipping calculator on the cart page. Optionally hide costs until an address is entered.
Offer flat rate, International, Local delivery, Local pickup. Or you can even offer free shipping
Accept Paypal, credit / debit card payments, bank transfer and more
Enable or disable the ability for people to leave product reviews on products in your store
Choose from fixed value or percentage off coupons. Set a date a coupon should expire.
What pages should you include?
pages you can add to your website
Your about page is where you tell visitors more about your company and what you stand for.
You should have a page for each product or service, highlighting the features and benefits
Visitors may have questions, a frequently asked questions page can help them find the answers
Visitors may want to see examples of your work, a portfolio page is where you would showcase them.
Visitors may want to see reviews from customers, a testimonial page is where you would show them.
Your blog an opportunity to help your visitors. Give them free tips on a subject they need help with.
This is where you tell visitors how to contact you. Include a form and map to show your location.
This is where you tell website users how you will process their personal data and comply with GDPR.
Terms & conditions
This is where you tell customers about the terms and conditions relating to your business activities.