WooCommerce is an e-commerce plugin for WordPress that allows you to create and manage an online store. When you use WooCommerce, there are several situations where you may be redirected to a different page. Here are some common reasons why WooCommerce may redirect you:
- Checkout: When a customer clicks the “Checkout” button, they will be redirected to the checkout page where they can enter their billing and shipping information, as well as payment details.
- Login/Registration: If a customer is not logged in and tries to purchase a product, they will be redirected to the login or registration page before they can complete their purchase.
- Payment Gateway: When a customer chooses a payment method, such as PayPal or credit card, they may be redirected to the payment gateway’s website to complete the transaction.
- Order Confirmation: After a customer completes a purchase, they will be redirected to an order confirmation page where they can view their order details.
- Cart: If a customer adds a product to their cart, they may be redirected to the cart page where they can view their cart contents and proceed to checkout.
These are just a few examples of why WooCommerce may redirect you. In general, WooCommerce will redirect you to different pages to facilitate the shopping experience for your customers and to help ensure that transactions are completed securely and successfully.