New Storefront Checkout Page for WooCommerce – Powered by Handsome Checkout

New Storefront Checkout Page WooCommerce

Your WooCommerce Storefront checkout page is about to get a major facelift.

See we believe that when you’re running a business you need to be able to test and implement new ideas quickly. You shouldn’t always have to wait on a developer or designer – especially when there are so many proven strategies that have boosted revenue for decades.


A lot of the techniques you see online today have their roots back in the days of direct mail. The Order Bump, the guarantee, the testimonials…these are all elements that have worked for ages.

Why would you focus on solving problems that have already been solved?

Your time is much better spent on implementing what works and focusing on other areas of your business.

Handsome Checkout has become the go to solution for thousands of WooCommerce store owners who value their time but don’t want to sacrifice on design. And we’ve just done something that will make it even better!

We have an exciting new template to share with you that will be a part of Handsome Checkout soon. It will be a powerful addition to your Storefront Checkout experience inside WooCommerce.

This template was designed specifically for people who want to showcase multiple products on their checkout page.

And because you’re using Handsome Checkout, you have access to conversion tools like the Order Bump and you have 100% control over the design of your checkout page. You don’t need to hire a developer unless you just really want to.

Here is a preview of the new Multi Product template due soon…

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Chris Mason

sharperseo - March 1, 2018

Hey Chris, love the new template! Will we be able to control the background colors on the left and right sections?
Also, can a product image be added to the order bump?

    Chris Mason - March 2, 2018

    thanks alex. you can control the background color of the left section. and we don’t have the image for the order bump ready for production yet. it’s in development and will be coming soon.

Rouslan Semenov - March 26, 2018

Hey Chris,
Thanks for pushing ahead!

Do you have more info on cart abandonment? How will it be handled, by hooking up to third party autoresponders or thru wp internal emailing?

    Chris Mason - March 26, 2018

    hey russell. right now yes you can use a 3rd party but you won’t have to for too much longer. 😉

JClarkson - March 29, 2018

How does the customer modify the item quantify or go back to the Cart?

    Chris Mason - April 4, 2018

    editing the quantity is a feature we’re releasing soon. once someone reaches your checkout page we don’t want to give them the option to leave. s there are no links in our designs that will take them away from the checkout page. if you want to add a link to go back to the cart you can do that with CSS, or you can have the checkout page open in a new tab.

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