Woocommerce Redirect After Add to Cart

In this post we will tell you why it can be beneficial to redirect an user to the Checkout Page after clicking the Woocommerce Add to Cart button and how you can do this with php code.

 

Why it can be beneficial

Here are some reasons why you could add a redirect to your add to cart button:

  • To improve the sales conversions by making the Checkout process quicker
  • To save your customers’ time for completing the order transaction
  • To get potential customers to buy, as some will not complete it if the checkout process is very tedious

 

How to Redirect an User

You can find the relevant code here in the “Redirect to the checkout page after clicking add to cart” section: Top Woocommerce Code Hooks and Filters

Conclusion

We hope this Woocommerce Redirect After Add to Cart was helpful and you know now why it is useful to change the url after clicking the Add to Cart button and you will implement this on your own website! You can find more articles here:

 

Read another Woocommerce post : ‘Minimum and Maximum Quantity for Woocommerce Products

 

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