It took me a little while to figure out how to edit the My Account page in a client's WordPress site, so I recorded how to do it here for future reference and to help others doing the same thing.
- FTP into your account and Copy my-account.php from the wp-contents/plugins/woocommerce/templates/myaccount directory onto your desktop so you have a copy of my-account.php to edit without messing up the original.
- Edit your new copy of my-account.php as you see fit. Save it with same name.
- In your FTP client, such as FileZilla, navigate to wp-content/themes/ and find your current active theme folder and open it.
- Inside your current theme folder, create a new directory named "woocommerce" and open it.
- Then inside woocommerce, create another folder called "myaccount" and upload my-account.php which you altered to your themes new woocommerce/myaccount directory you just created and go to your account page in a browser and make sure the changes have taken place. If not, try clearing your browser cache.
That is all there is to it, but beware, I ready several posts online that said to copy the exact same directory structure that is in the Woocommerce plugin and use that inside your theme folder. Well, that won't work because there is a templates folder in that path that you DO NOT include. That messed with me for a while until I did some good old trial-and-error problem solving. Also not that this same technique can be used to alter any template within the Woocommerce plugin, so may the force be with you!