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WooCommerce Account Builder

Bricks 1.9 introduces the My Account builder, which lets you customize the account area of your WooCommerce site.

This includes the My Account page (logged-in), the account login/register/lost & reset password pages (shown when not logged-in), and all My Account endpoints (e.g., Orders, Downloads, etc.).

Account – Login / Register

The login form is displayed when a not-logged-in visitor views the My Account page. And the registration form, if you have the “Allow customers to create an account on the “My account” page” WooCommerce setting enabled.

You can design your account login/registration layout by creating a new template type “WooCommerce – Account – Login”.

When editing this template, you’ll find dedicated elements for the “Account – Login form” & “Account – Register form” as shown in the screenshot below:

Custom account login/register template

Account – Lost / reset password

The WooCommerce account builder in Bricks also provides the following dedicated templates and elements for the lost & reset password pages:

Account pageTemplate typeElements
Lost passwordWooCommerce – Account – Lost passwordAccount – Lost password
Lost password confirmationWooCommerce – Account – Lost password (ConfirmationDisplayed after submitting the lost password form. No special elements.
Reset passwordWooCommerce – Account – Reset passwordAccount – Reset password

My Account Page (logged in)

To design your My Account page (navigation + content wrapper), please edit your “My Account” page directly. You’ll find a dedicated “Account Page” element that you can add and adjust its settings to your liking.

Custom My Account page using the “Account – Page” element

IMPORTANT: If you have the “Enable Bricks WooCommerce “Notice” element” Bricks setting enabled, please make sure that you have added the “Notice” element to your account page or to all account templates individually. So the notifications when submitting the account forms (e.g., address, reset password, etc.) are displayed.

Templates for specific account endpoints

Designing the account content area for individual account endpoints (Orders, Downloads, etc.) is possible by creating templates of the corresponding template type.

In the example below, we created a “WooCommerce – Account – Orders” template, to which we then added the “Account – Orders” that we styled a bit.

When editing the template for an account endpoint (Orders, Downloads, etc.), the drag & drop area is located inside the account content area. Offering a better preview in the builder than just rendering an empty canvas without the account navigation.

The process of creating those account endpoint templates is the same for all other WooCommerce account template types.

Account template types & elements

Template typeEndpointElement
WooCommerce – Account – Dashboard/
WooCommerce – Account – Ordersorders/Account – Orders
WooCommerce – Account – View orderorders/view-order/{order_id}/Account – View order
WooCommerce – Account – Downloadsdownloads/Account – Downloads
WooCommerce – Account – Addressesedit-address/Account – Addresses
WooCommerce – Account – Edit addressedit-address/billing/
Account – Edit address
WooCommerce – Account – Edit accountedit-account/Account – Edit account