Add Woocommerce product and categories to your menu
Is well known that the percentage of successful purchases is inversely proportional to the number of steps the user must complete to complete the purchase. That why should strongly consider the possibility to include the Products or Products Categories directly in your WordPress Mega Menu to increase your sales.
Adding a WooCommerce Product Category to a Menu
After creating your shop and adding the Products and Categories, some new metaboxes will we available in your WordPress menu editor, and if you know a bit a WP is pretty obvious that you can include them in the menu with a few clicks.
However, this function is quite basic, since it only allows to show a normal link to the categories and a very valuable information, such as price, description, and rating, will be lost.
That is why in Quad Menu we have included specific functions for WooCommerce, allowing you to show the most important information of the products and even the add to cart button directly in your menu.
Make sure you select the correct menu from the drop-down
Click on "Select" to load the menu
Select the "Product categories" tab
Check the Categorie to be added
Press the "Add to Menu" or "Add to Column" button
In this tab, you can set the settings related to loop. You can set the number of posts that will be displayed in the carousel and the order.
Here you can change the carousel settings. The number of items allows you to change the items that will be displayed at the same time in the desktop view. If this setting is set to 0, the carousel will be hidden and you’ll see the standard link in the frontend.
The navigation option allows you to display the title of the category above the carousel and the pagination buttons.
Like the products, in this tab you cat set some settings related to the content and info of the product you can display in your menu.
You cant see the products or products category metabox?
If you can’t find any of this metaboxes in your WordPress Menu sections, probably they are hidden in your Screen Options.
To fix this click on the Screen Options tab at the top of the window and toggle the checkboxes of the hidden items.