6.3.3.3. WooCommerce Section

This section contains settings that are used to save certain information for WooCommerce products.

Important

This section is visible only if Post Type is selected as product. There are two ways to set it. You can do either of the following:

After saving the settings, please make sure the site settings page is refreshed so that WooCommerce settings become visible.

Important

For the plugin to be able to save the posts as WooCommerce products, the categories selected in Category URLs must belong to WooCommerce. You can easily differentiate WooCommerce categories, since the name of the categories that belong to WooCommerce have WooCommerce written in parentheses next to their names.

This section is designed such that it looks very similar to the design of WooCommerce’s settings (Fig. 6.10). Therefore, if you already use WooCommerce and create products manually, you will have no trouble getting familiar with the WooCommerce settings of the plugin.

Tip

You can test your settings using Tester Page.

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Fig. 6.10 Overview of the settings under WooCommerce section

Important

You can refer to WooCommerce Documentation to learn about the purpose of the settings related to WooCommerce. This documentation covers only the parts that are related to WP Content Crawler.

6.3.3.3.6. Product Data

Select the type of the product. The plugin currently supports the product types of simple and external.

6.3.3.3.7. Virtual

Select this if the product should be saved as a virtual product. When this is selected, Shipping Tab will be hidden.

Important

This setting is hidden if Product Data is selected as external.

6.3.3.3.8. Downloadable

Select this if the product should be saved as a downloadable product. When this setting is selected, Downloadable File URL Selectors, Download Limit, and Download Expiry settings will be visible.

Important

This setting is hidden if Product Data is selected as external.