WPPayForm is a great plugin that can make your payments significantly easier. The user interface of the plugin is very simple and very intuitive for beginners, while also providing quite a complete experience. This is a great plugin for new website builders and users.
Streamline your business with one simple, powerful solution. With PayPal, your customers can pay with PayPal, Venmo (US only), Pay Later options (US, UK, FR, DE and AU), credit cards and debit cards. Plus, PayPal can automatically identify customer locations and offer country-specific, local payment methods.
Now when someone completes checkout, they will see an option to buy something else or something better during checkout. The product you select in Step 6 determines exactly what they will see at that time.
s2Member has quite a large codebase with a lot of powerful features and flexibility. With so much to maintain (and more importantly), with so many files to be loaded into WordPress; it becomes extremely important for the application to be optimized in every way possible.
Instant Payment Notifications (IPNs) are messages (behind-the-scenes, via HTTP) that automatically notify s2Member about events related to ClickBank transactions. s2Member uses this to automate back-office and administrative functions, like automatically fulfilling orders or terminating access when a customer cancels their subscription or forces a refund/chargeback. Full API & Thank-You Page Integration
The following video tutorials on the plugin installation and usage guide is a good starting point:
I would like to have a subscription checkout on my own website without sending them to the Paypal website, does this plugin do that?
The list of useful features goes on and on. Add image thumbnails to your cart, style the checkout page as per your taste and make it open in a separate tab or window, track coupons, and much more. The plugin is also compatible with the WordPress multi-site installation and works great with all fully-responsive WordPress themes.
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The language site is set to French but the text on the button is in English. I had a look to your cde en see that the translation is already available. Any idea why it’s not showing the good information?
If you’ve never heard of WooCommerce, you’ve been missing out. It’s one of the most popular and customizable WordPress e-commerce plugins, with 93.4% of the WordPress store market share. It’s the top-notch leader in the e-commerce space, ideal for that new business you’re launching, or for converting your brick-and-mortar store to an online portal. You can quickly and easily build the e-commerce site and extend the functionality to support the evolving needs of your business venture, with the hundreds of extensions and WooCommerce themes that are quickly and easily available.
Something unique to this software is that it offers downloadable desktop software to manage the features of the store. Some people enjoy the ease of managing an online store when the management area and front end are part of the same web based application. Others find it clunky. Level Four provided a solution by offering a free management tool for use on desktops/laptops, Macs, iPads, Android devices, etc.
First time setting up payments on my website, sorry if this is a really basic question! Have uploaded your plug-in and found out how to create a button. But how do I set up Paypal account to work with it? I’ve set up a business account (presumably that’s what I need) but can’t get beyond the stage where they want you to choose Option A (work with a partner that’s already integrated with Paypal) or Option B, which is clearly not what I want. Can’t find the answer via Paypal, so wondered if you could tell me what I need to do? Thanks.
For selling digital goods and products, this plugin is definitely worth a go. It advertises a very streamlined experience with some very useful features, and it gets rid of all the unnecessary features that WooCommerce incorporates for selling digital goods. Plus, you can accept payments via Stripe with this plugin.
Webhooks (aka: IPNs) are messages (behind-the-scenes, via HTTP) that automatically notify s2Member about events related to Stripe transactions. s2Member uses this to automate back-office and administrative functions, like automatically fulfilling orders or terminating access when a customer cancels their subscription or forces a refund/chargeback. Built-in Stripe® Pro-Form Generators See more about "Stripe Integration w/ Pro-Forms"