Removing WooCommerce from WordPress self-hosted

Plugins Used

Also recommended

Updraft – https://wordpress.org/plugins/updraftplus/

Removing WooCommerce from WordPress self-host

  1. Backup the website First and foremost backup your website. This can often be done on the host or by using a plugin like Updrafthttps://wordpress.org/plugins/updraftplus/.
  2. Place a Maintenance Mode message Install and activate a maintenance mode. This can be done with a plugin like SeedProd Coming Soonhttps://wordpress.org/plugins/coming-soon/.
  3. Deactivate and remove WooCommerce Now deactivate and remove WooCommerce in the Install Plugins area.
  4. Clean-up Database Next clean up the database tables. There will be a few tables that reference WooCommerce. These are usually labelled _wc_ and _woocommerce_. The WP Optimize plugin helps makes this step easier. Install and activate WP Optimizehttps://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-optimize/.

  1. Remove Customers WooCommerce Customers are given the customer role on WordPress. Just click on the Customer role, click on the checkbox to select them all, click on bulk action and choose delete and then apply.