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@nalupon, There is no link unfortunately. You simply use the shortcode and the plugin creates a button from it. Neal .
Hopefully we’ve shown you that WooCommerce isn’t the only game in town, but it’s a very good one indeed. 😀
Is there a way to specify the available number of items of a product that can be purchased within the shortcode?
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As I am sure that PayPal support non-Latin text in this (and obviously they have the entire system available in Hebrew, among other languages), I suspect this is coming from the plugin.
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The next plugin in today’s collection is best known for features such as automatic abandoned cart recovery emails, single-click recovery using a unique link in the abandoned cart email, unlimited email templates & reminders, order details in recovery emails, coupons, the list goes on and on.
1) Send a purchase confirmation email to the customer (include download links if applicable)
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@Dave, A view cart button has just been added. Please update the plugin and use the shortcode.
The alternative is copying and pasting a simple shortcode – [paypal-donation]. This will create a donation button using the settings you configured earlier. However, you can modify the shortcode to alter the default settings for several parameters, including the amount, button_url, and return_page – for example: [paypal-donation amount:"5"]
The option was ‘Block non-encrypted website payment’ was ‘off’. So it should have been working right?