For a Few Reason, occasionally you add products to cart however, the cart page remains empty.
It could only be an easy cache problem (and even if you do not understand what cache is, that is no issue either).
The WooCommerce Cart webpage is fragile, and whatever can break your site.
So, here is your “Empty Cart” Tracking checklist to follow with no technical knowledge.
Make sure There’s not any”red alert” with WooCommerce > System Status
The most significant items are ensuring your entire “WC Pages” are properly set, the cart page includes the suitable shortcode, and your theme doesn’t have any WooCommerce template overrides.
Be sure that theme, WooCommerce & WordPress are latest versions
Some premium Topics will not inform you if there’s an upgrade available. You need to be certain that you’re using the newest, Woo-compatible edition. Check with your theme seller, plugin developers and determine if anything was reported.
You may have upgraded WooCommerce also. Occasionally premium plugins/themes need a few days/weeks until they could accommodate to the new changes (if important) and eventually become 100% compatible.
Flush your own permalinks
Proceed to WordPress > Settings > Permalinks and click “save” or”updade” button. This will flush permalinks and provide you an opportunity to check the cart.
Check if you don’t have any spaces on your checkout endpoints
Proceed to WooCommerce > Settings > Advanced > Checkout Endpoints and be certain that to don’t have any spaces on your endpoints. This occurred to a customer some time ago and it took me ages to figure it out had been causing the cart.
Properly install your WordPress cache plugin
Cart, My Account webpages shouldn’t be cached. In case your WordPress cache plugin is for some reason caching WooCommerce webpages, your cart will likely appear empty. Be sure to select a WooCommerce-compatible cache plugin
Also: request your hosting to disable or correctly set up server-side cache
Some hosting services have their own cache program like Varnish and this is occasionally implemented to your own website by default. Produce a ticket or give them a quick call to discover if they have anything like this and if they could disable this as soon as you can.
Disable every plugin except WooCommerce
This is a normal troubleshooting operation. Disable all plugins and see whether the cart page is back working. If so, reactivate one plugin at a time and examine the cart page. You will locate the”guilty” plugin. It’s time to substitute this plugin or see whether there’s an upgrade available!
Try switching to a default WordPress Theme
This is to check that the mistake isn’t theme-related. You won’t lose any settings by changing themes. If the error goes away, then consult your theme developer and report the problem.
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