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How To Create & Setup Your Own Online Store In 30 Minutes Or Less with DIVI Builder

STEP 1: Register Domain & Hosting

Go to Greengeeks and Register your Domain & Hosting. See Why Greengeeks?.

DOMAIN NAME is your address on the web (e.g.
HOSTING connects your address to the internet making it viewable to the world.

Why Greengeeks? Greengeeks is more than just Green. With the basic, very affordable Shared Hosting Plan, you get all the things you’ve come to expect from a host:

  • Unlimited Server Resources
  • Unlimited SSD Diskspace
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • Unlimited Business Email Accounts
  • Unlimited Domains (Hosted Websites) on one 1 Account
  • MySQL Database Creation
  • Free Cloudflare CDN
  • Free Marketing and SEO Tools.
  • Free Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificate
  • Free site Builder
  • Nightly Backups & More
  • Offers for as low as $3.95/Month (for the Shared Hosting).
  • Technical Support is topnotch



The next page asks you to choose a domain or transfer one over (if you have an existing domain). After you punch in a domain it will tell you if it’s available. The next page then requests your personal and package information. I would recommend simply choosing your desired plan and skipping over the extras.


All best WordPress web hosting companies like GreenGeeks, allow you to install WordPress within just few clicks. In most circumstances, installing WordPress is a simple process that takes less than 3 minutes to complete.

See: How to Install WordPress using Softaculous in just 3 Minutes or Less 

STEP 3: Purchase Divi Theme

Next is go to DIVI Theme Download Page and go through the steps to buy this Website Builder.


  • Purchase and download the Divi ThemeNow it’s time to install a theme that’s optimized for WooCommerce. Plenty of options exist, but we recommend the Divi theme since it’s extremely easy to brand and design for your own purposes. 
  • Upload the file to the backend of your WordPress dashboard and activate it as your primary theme. This can be done by going to: > Appearance > Themes > Add New

Watch: How to Install Divi Theme

STEP 3: Install Woocommerce Free Plugin

If you are building a website with eCommerce, WooCommerce is the plugin that we recommended for DIVI, as it has the nicest feature set, interface and follows the best coding practices and it is highly customizable. It’s powers almost 50% of all online stores.

You can create standard pages for Checkout, Shopping Cart, etc, as outlined in their documentation. You can also link straight to your woocommerce categories, or use the WooCommerce Shortcodes within a Divi text module. This gives you the freedom to do just about anything.

After you enabled the plugin, you will see a new “WooCommerce” and “Products” section has been added to your WordPress Dashboard.

You can use these areas to adjust your eCommerce settings and publish new products. You can find full documentation on WooCommerce here.


STEP 4: Add a Product to WooCommerce

Navigate to Products > Add Product.

This brings up a new page similar to a blog post you would generally create on a WordPress site. Create a title for your product, along with a description.

If you scroll down a bit you’ll notice plenty of other details to fill in, such as inventory, shipping, pricing and linked products.

Note that there is plenty more to do with your WooCommerce website, but you can find most of the technical details in the WooCommerce documentation.

For now, this should be enough to have your site ready to go!

Regardless of whether you choose 3dCart, Shopify or WooCommerce, we wish you luck on your ecommerce journey! Feel free to drop any questions you may have in the comments section below.


Divi Revolunizes the way we build websites. It is an exceptional theme in many ways. With its page builder, the process is made easy enough for those who are looking to build their own websites but aren’t technically savvy enough to do.

“Good marketing makes the company look smart. Great marketing makes the customer feel smart.” – Joe Chernov
Make your marketing so useful people would pay you for it.” – Jay Baer

‘Worldwide business-to-business (B2B) ecommerce sales may reach nearly $7 trillion USD by 2020, accounting for a significant percentage (perhaps a fifth) of all manufacturing and wholesale B2B trade, according to some estimates’. – 3DCart

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