ThriveCart Templates

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ThriveCart has a wide range of checkout, customer account creation, and login portal templates.

The checkout templates include sales carts, embedded checkout elements, and pop-ups.

It should be noted that ThriveCart does not have a website builder, so it has no templates for them.

Key Takeaways:

  • All platform plans give access to all templates
  • ThriveCart supports third-party templates that can be imported
  • Third-party templates can be purchased from Etsy, Fiverr, and creators’ websites

ThriveCart Checkout Templates

ThriveCart organizes its checkout templates into two sections: New and Legacy.

Then, within the New section, five sub-sections are organized by the type of checkout design. 

Some examples include single-page, pop-ups, embeddable, and custom designs.

New Checkout Templates

Sales Carts

Sales carts are one-page checkouts hosted on ThriveCart and can be used to sell all types of products and services.

The platform has 12 templates designed for different products and includes different elements such as embedded videos, images, product descriptions, and offers.



Checkouts include ten single-page designs with either a small area for a product description or none at all and a billing section.

Because these checkouts are simpler in design and contain less product information, they’re used mainly by people who have already explained the product to the customer.

An example of how this could be used is for a website owner who advertises an e-book on a product page and is looking for a hosted checkout solution to process payments.



ThriveCart’s pop-up checkouts are named “Modal.” These checkout designs can be embedded into a third-party website for a customer to purchase a product.

The pop-up designs are multi-step, meaning prospective customers must enter their contact information before entering their billing details on the next step.

Site owners can embed a “Buy” button on their site to trigger the pop-up to appear once clicked.



Embeddable templates enable third-party site owners to add checkout functionality directly to their site page.

ThriveCart has three embeddable checkout templates, which are all two-page designs.

This means that customers must enter their contact information and product selection before completing the payment on the next step.

My Templates

My Templates

In addition to the templates provided by ThriveCart, users can also create their own checkout templates.

These are created by editing an existing design, creating a new design, and importing a design purchased from a third-party vendor.

After saving a template, they will appear in this section.

Legacy Checkout Templates

Legacy Checkout Templates

ThriveCart has legacy templates that were designed for its original platform offering.

Since updating the ThriveCart platform, they have also updated their checkout templates.

However, as some still use the templates, they continue to support them.

These checkout templates include single-page, two-step, and pop-up designs.

ThriveCart Membership Area Templates

Although not strictly a template, ThriveCart has a standard course registration and login page design that can be edited to fit a company’s brand and product requirements.

After a customer has purchased membership or course access, they’re sent a link to create an account to view the content.

The standard design can be altered to change and add text, images, videos, and color schemes.

ThriveCart Membership Area Templates

After account creation, customers must enter their login information, which is completed on the login page.

ThriveCart users can also edit the login area to meet their company needs. The additional elements that can be changed include FAQs, downloads, and buttons.

ThriveCart users can also edit

Purchasing ThriveCart Templates

Because ThriveCart users can upload templates to their account in the “My Templates” section, third-party websites and vendors sell them.

These templates can be specific to a niche and can be found on websites and Etsy.

When researching the prices

Moreover, a business looking for a custom solution can hire a designer and developer on a site like Upwork or Fiverr.

Depending on the complexity of the sales page and the time limitations, we found custom solutions ranging in price between $10-$300.

Depending on the complexity

Frequently Asked Questions

Both ThriveCart plans enable customers to access all template designs and upload their own.

Yes, ThriveCart supports uploading templates to the platform. These can either be created by you or purchased from a third-party vendor.

Pre-made templates typically cost $30-$100, depending on the design and if it has been bundled. In contrast, depending on the complexity, a custom-built template will likely cost $10-$300.

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