First, from the product page, the Add to Cart button should be highly visible. Next, the shopping cart should be easy to locate—usually positioned in the sidebar, or the top-right. The checkout page should be super-easy to access, and never more than one click away, allowing a visitor to bypass the shopping cart if they want. Finally, the checkout fields should be logical, and kept to a minimum.
I find it clear and concise but some of the steps are not instinctive for newbies like myself so I'm stuck searching and learning and sometimes wasting time for little details that I'm sure are just mishaps or a lack of experience on my part regarding terminology… I hope I'm not offending anyone, I love the list but now I'm a little lost as to where I find my answers. I was suppose to launch 5 days ago and I really need this.
Recent Examples on the Web Fortunately, most of the following checklist items are reasonably easy to implement, without requiring much heavy lifting. — Russ Wiles, azcentral, "Follow these steps to keep your personal finances in check during the coronavirus pandemic," 29 Mar. 2020 In Seattle, officials are distributing hygiene kits and provide tips and checklists on prevention to shelter operators. — Popular Science, "COVID-19 could hit homeless communities hard," 18 Mar. 2020 In Seattle, officials are distributing hygiene kits and provide tips and checklists on prevention to shelter operators. — Michael Cousineau, The Conversation, "Coronavirus could hit homeless hard, and that could hit everyone hard," 13 Mar. 2020 True, the building was missing a few amenities: doorman, garage, gym (all must-haves on Henderson’s original checklist). — Jennifer Fernandez, House Beautiful, "Shawn Henderson Turned This Turn-of-the-Century NYC Apartment Into a Hidden Gem," 10 Mar. 2020 Most significantly, the copilot had had difficulty locating checklists and performing in emergency scenarios. — Fortune, "After first 737 Max crash, why did Boeing’s pilot warning fail to stop second plane from going down?," 9 Mar. 2020 The second document provided a checklist that included developing contingency plans, establishing key relationships across communities, providing supplies to prevent spread at events and planning for staff absences. — Alison Dirr, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Wisconsin Elections Commission issues guidance on coronavirus ahead of April election," 6 Mar. 2020 Since tackling your entire house and yard at once can be overwhelming, take things one step at a time by following this checklist. — Amanda Garrity, Good Housekeeping, "Follow This Spring Yard Clean Up Checklist to Make Your Patio and Lawn Summer-Ready," 29 Jan. 2020 Elevator buttons have been added to the checklist, too. — Sarah Mervosh, New York Times, "These 4 People Are Facing the Coronavirus Head-on," 12 Mar. 2020