Does the thought of manually packing and shipping your own products day in and day out heighten your anxiety?
Then let me show you an alternative way to sell your custom designed products.
This course aims to teach you how to build a WordPress eCommerce store to sell your t-shirts with Printful. You’re not limited to selling t-shirts. Printful is an on-demand, online printing fulfillment and shipping company. Printful will print your custom designs on posters, t-shirts, shirts, canvas, and mugs to just name a few.
By the end of this course you’ll be able to synchronize your WooCommerce products with printful and start selling!
You’ll learn how to integrate WooCommerce with Printful to build a fully functional eCommerce store with WordPress.
Customers purchase your products using your payment platform such as PayPal. Your shop will automatically place your order with Printful.
Have you ever wanted to sell your own designed t-shirts without the hassle of manually fulfilling each order?
I can show you how to effortlessly build your own WooCommerce store with WordPress and Printful.
Once you’ve enrolled in the course you’ll do the following:
Why use WooCommerce?
What is Printful?
You’ll be able to manage your own WordPress site with WooCommerce, the most popular eCommerce solution that gives you complete control to sell your products.
I designed this course to be easily understood by WordPress WooCommerce beginners to intermediate users. However, I strongly suggest before you start the course that you familiarize yourself with basic WordPress functionality by visiting the open source WordPress site.
Complete with resources and project files you’ll be able to work alongside me, your instructor and receive a certificate of completion upon finishing the course.
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Welcome to my new course on how to Build a WooCommerce eCommerce T-Shirt Store with WordPress. In this course you will learn how to quickly build an eCommerce store. You’ll install, setup and configure Storefront with WooCommerce or you can install another WooCommerce compatible theme. Then you’ll integrate your WordPress site with Printful and start selling t-shirts.
In this course you will learn how to build an eCommerce store to sell your t-shirts with Printful. You’re not limited to selling t-shirts. Printful is an on-demand, online printing fulfillment and shipping company. Printful will print your custom designs on posters, t-shirts, shirts, canvas, and mugs to just name a few.
In this lecture you can install and setup Storefront by WooThemes.
Please note: To follow the rest of the course you do not have to use the Storefront theme. You can install any theme that's compatible with WooCommerce.
In this lecture I’ll show you how to install and setup WooCommerce by WooThemes.
In this lecture I’ll show you how to configure the store settings for WooCommerce.
In this lecture you can make some changes to the site’s footer.
This quiz will have 4 questions about what you covered in the previous sections.
In this lecture I’ll show you how to use Printful’s Mockup Generator.
Download the photoshop files and the .png files in the Resources section of this lecture.
In this lecture I’ll show you how to add products to WooCommerce.
In this lecture I’ll show you how to configure some more Printful settings and your shipping.
In this lecture you can now do a test with your cart.
In this lecture I’ll show you how I use Photoshop to add another t-shirt to the store. First you’ll set up your graphic to be ready for printing. You can use Photoshop or alternative programs that I’ve listed in the resources section. I’ve included my two Photoshop files as templates that you can use to practice building your own store.
In this lecture you’ll continue working on adding another t-shirt with different size and colors. Previously you setup your graphic to be ready for printing. Now you’ll create mockups with your different colored t-shirts and create variations of size and color in WooCommerce.
In this lecture I’ll show you how to sync your new t-shirt with Printful.
In this lecture I’ll show you how you can now add more products using the new Printful product generator. Printful's new product generator is now available for merchants using WooCommerce. I'll show you how to add a sweatshirt using the new product generator. This is a new alternative option to add Printful products to your store.
In this lecture I’ll show you how to change the layout of the Storefront homepage.
In this lecture you can post your graphic mockups or your online store projects in the discussion forum.
My Storerfront t-shirt orders have arrived! In this video I unwrap the t-shirts that I ordered from Printful.
I will conclude the course with some final comments. Any questions can be posted in the discussion forum.
If you ever receive an error with the following message ‘API user is Invalid’ under the status section of your store, here’s some steps you could try to resolve this error.
I work as a freelance designer and front-end website developer. Over the past 15 years I have developed and managed websites for small businesses to large corporations. I have designed and developed WordPress sites for clients for the past four years.
I have a Bachelor of Arts from York University. I also studied basic computer programming at Centennial College and pre-press computer graphics at Durham Business and Computer College in Toronto.
During the 1990s I freelanced as a graphics designer for a print brokerage firm. I studied at the International Academy of Design's Advertising & Design Program.
In 1998 I became a member of the accredited Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario.
Specialize in WordPress and eCommerce:
I currently specialize in designing and developing WordPress sites for clients. In the past few years, I have created WordPress blogs, forums, Membership based sites, and eCommerce sites. I have extensive knowledge building eCommerce sites and customized WordPress sites.
I have also successfully setup and configured Minecraft servers on the following operating systems: Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and a MAC.