Part 2: Building the Last Few Pages
With our product page looking great it is time to button things up in our series on Cloning Any Online Store by replicating the look of the product category pages, as well as creating a fantastic looking My Account page. Once we have the entire framework setup, we’ll then start using the new Divi Conditional Display Logic in next week’s installment to show some smart sale sections on our site. We will keep working in the Divi Theme Builder for this part, so strap in and let’s get busy.
So we’ve completed most of the core pages in our Divi WooCommerce store, but we can still clean up a few details around some other specific pages your users might see, which are the Product Category Pages and the My Account Page. This is a great exercise because it shows you how to add some flair to things like the My Account page by using the WooCommerce Shortcodes which are part of any WooCommerce install. You can see a full list of the shortcodes which you can use on any page by checking their official documentation.
We also take a look at some key differences between the Abercrombie & Fitch site and what is possible with stock Divi. Divi Ajax Filters is one particular feature along with Advanced Variation Swatches, which are things you would be able to do if you also had Divi BodyCommerce installed. You can see both these awesome features in action by visiting our Divi Ajax Filters demo page.
Now that the heavy lifting is done…
Boom goes the diligent student that has just finished the last part in the Buildering of their site in our series on how to Clone Any Online Store with Divi and WooCommerce. You should feel great because you already have a site that is functional and is almost ready to start taking orders.
In the next installment, we will be adding some sections that will only display if certain conditions are met by using the new Divi Conditional Display Logic If you have not used it yet, you will quickly see how this is a game-changer for how you will be building Divi sites in the future.
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Catch you folks next week!