In this section, you’ll learn how to create product-specific checkout pages using Aero Checkout.
Product-specific checkout pages let you highlight and promote a specific item by creating a dedicated checkout page for it.
You may sell more than one product on product-specific checkouts.
In addition, you can let users choose one of the products or multiple products or force sell all.
Let’s see how to set up a product-specific checkout page.
Step #1: Choose the Design for your Checkout Page
Aero Checkout provides you three ways to build your checkout page – Customizer, Elementor, Custom.
Based on the method you choose, you’ll be able to see different templates to pick from. .
If you choose Customizer, then you can use these templates to build a product-specific checkout page:
If you choose to design your checkout with Elementor, pick from these templates:
– Spotlight (Product)
– Spotlight (Video)
Step #2: Add a Product
Once you’ve selected a design for your product-specific checkout page, navigate to the ‘Products’ tab.
Here add the product(s) that you want to sell through this checkout page.
Drag and drop the products in case you wish to change the order to display them on the checkout.
Step #3: Customize your Checkout Form Fields
AeroCheckout provides you a full-blown checkout form builder.
Go to the ‘Fields’ tab:
Here you can customize the checkout form fields.
Add new sections, drag and drop fields in them, edit, re-order or delete them based on your requirements.
When you’re adding a new field there are 12 input field types to choose from that include radio button, checkbox and many more.
In addition, you can use the drag-n-drop functionality to place your fields under any section you want.
Hit the ‘Save changes’ and proceed further.
Step #4: Optimize your Checkout for Higher Conversions
Aero Checkout provides a dedicated ‘Optimizations’ tab to further optimize your checkout page.
Click on the ‘Optimizations’ tab.
Here you’ll find interesting optimization options like Google Address Autocomplete, Auto-Apply Coupons, Express Checkout Buttons, and lots more.
They help make your checkout pages friction-less and high-converting.
Once you’ve enabled optimizations for your checkout page, hit the ‘Save changes’ button.
Additionally, there’s a ‘Settings’ tab to configure settings related to tracking, analytics and more.
Step #5: Go live with your page and start collecting new orders
Click on the eye icon to preview your checkout page before going live with it.
When it’s ready to go live, hit the toggle beside the checkout page name:
There you go your product-specific checkout page is ready to collect orders!