This plugin allows you to make multiple front end eCommerce websites with WordPress and WooCommerce, from just a single, simple installation of WordPress.
Suppose you have a WordPress site example.com. It contains 100 products. You want to show some of them on garments.example.com, some on my-eshop.com and some products on mobiles.example.com. See? you can show your WooCommerce products across multiple subdomains and even on separate domains.
How to do it? Very simple. To setup a new subdomain for example, mobiles.example.com, do the following:
Install this plugin and activate it.
Point mobiles.example.com to your main website server. This may require changing of DNS records. On many hosting providers this process is called creating a “Domain Alias” or Add-on domain. The target is that if you browse your new domain or subdomain, it should show the content as you see on your main site.
Create a new ‘Contributor’ type user.
Put https://mobiles.example.com in his site url field and save.
Now, go in Products and set that author to those products in WooCommerce, which you want to show on mobiles.example.com.
That’s it. Now browse https://mobiles.example.com and you will see products made by the contributor user of this site.
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If you want to create a true Multistore, multi-vendor experience and if you want more features, please have a look here;
Premium version features heighlights:
- Sharing of posts and products on different domains
- Show a different page on home page
- Setting up WordPress differently for each site. For example, different permalink style for each website
- Having a different theme for each domain or subdomain
- Showing different menus on each site
- Providing different Widgets on different sites
- Showing different WooCommerce products on each store or vendor site to have a multistore platform where different domains or subdomains showing completely different websites (or similar ones if you want).
- Different WooCommerce settings for each store. For example, different shipping and tax rates for each store.
and many many more…
- Upload plugin directory to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress.
- Do I need to edit my theme files or any other WordPress core files?
Ans. No. It works out of the box.
- Do I need to install WordPress in Multisite mode?
Ans. No. Just a single, simple WordPress is required.