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Checkout Pages

How to Enable Progress Bar For Multi-Step Checkouts

Our checkout pages deeply integrate with Elementor and let you have complete control over the look and feel of your checkouts.

When you're using a multi-step checkout page template, you can choose to enable the Progress Bar for your checkout form.

Here are the steps you need to follow:

Step 1: Import a checkout template

Select the multiple steps when importing a Checkout page template. Then, click on Import this Funnel.

Multiple steps on checkout form

Name your checkout page.

Name your checkout page

Click on the Add button.

Step 2: Add a step in case of a single-step Checkout Page

In case of single-step checkouts, click on the Edit button.

Edit your checkout page

Next, go to the Fields tab and click on the (+) icon to add a new step.

Add a new step on your checkout form

A new step will get added to your checkout form, making it a multi-step Checkout page.

Step 3: Click on 'Edit Template' to customize the checkout page in Elementor

Next, go to the Design tab.

To customize your Checkout page, click on the Edit Template button here.

Edit template to customize your checkout page

Step 4: Click on the pencil icon of the Checkout Form Widget

Click on the pencil icon to start editing your checkout form widget.

In the case of multi-step checkouts, the progress bar is by default active. But, you can always style it as per your needs.

edit your checkout form

When you do so, all the possible settings will show up on the left side panel.

Step 5: Choose the type of steps for your Checkout Form

First, enable the steps from the left sidebar.

You can select the type of progress bar you want to show - Breadcrumbs or Tabs.

Here, we'll pick the 'Tabs' step type.

select the type of steps

Apart from that, you can also set the title for each of the steps.

Step 6: Go to the 'Style' tab to customize the Progress Bar

Click on the 'Style' tab on the left side panel.

Here, under the 'Steps' section, you'll get to see a bunch of customizations available.

style to customize the checkout progress bar

You can:

  • Change the color of the active step and the inactive step
  • Make changes to the typography of the Step heading and sub-heading
  • Set the Progress Bar border-radius and margin

Step 7: Click on the 'Update' button to save your changes

Make sure to hit the Update button to save all the changes.

Update the checkout page

That's it! Now you can click on the 'View' button to preview your checkout page and see how the steps appear.

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