I am interested in using this plugin but as I read the docs it seem that I have to have my site on a ‘WordPress hosted site’ I run WordPress on a AWS instance (Not affiliated with official WordPress Hosted services) does this mean your plugin won’t work? Are there some kind of internal hooks in use? Steve
@Paul, It’s a PayPal issue. The only thing you can do is keep the “PayPal Account Optional for Buyers” option enabled in your PayPal account: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBeeGgIFbU0 .
…you want to run a subscription-based website. This plugin gives you full control over who can see what content, and you can set up as many membership tiers as you need.
Well I found where it happens. Did I ever mention how much I detest WordPress and will lost it as soon as I can? Anyhow its in this line of JS:
For example, access can be granted for exactly 2 days, 2 weeks, 1 year, etc. This is made possible by s2Member's Auto-EOT System. Fixed-term access can be sold as a "Buy Now" purchase. It is also possible to establish a custom time-period by editing the s2Member Shortcode Attributes: rp="" and rt="" (e.g., 3 days, 10 weeks, 9 months, or pretty much whatever is needed).
Noor, Help, please! I did not create this WordPress site but have been learning and trying to manage it for the past year. We have only now tried to go back to accepting payments via the PayPal Plugin, but it does not recognize our PayPal account login. What should I do if it says “something is missing from your login information” once I try to do a sandbox test? I’m not a programmer… so forgive me if this is not enough info but we are in need of help.
While you could change all the colours and fonts from the demo, we’re not sure you would want to.
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Thank you Egaleoj for your input. I tried WooCommerce and loved how easy it was to setup and use. Other than that, it comes with so many options that make setting up an online store fun. Give it a try and please come back and share your findings 🙂
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Formidable is more than a WordPress PayPal credit card plugin. Let's check out some of the features that make our plugin perfect for PayPal: Collect payments and send them directly to your PayPal account You can collect one-time payments, donations, or recurring subscriptions. Use conditional logic in your forms to trigger actions after payment (or within payment forms based on user actions). Start quickly with our PayPal form templates. Formidable has a calculator creator for forms with advanced or simple calculations. Add trigger actions like email notifications after payments are received. Use our eCommerce pricing fields so you can create your own custom payment forms.
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Text entry, multiline text entry, select menus that require a specific option, select menus that allow for multiple options, a single checkbox, multiple checkboxes, and multiple radio buttons. You can configure which Membership Levels they apply to, whether they are required, if they will be shown during checkout or only in a profile, if they should be for internal use only, if they begin a new section in the form, specific field validation patterns, styles, classes, and other HTML attributes of your choosing. Tip: If you integrate with PayPal Pro, Stripe, or Authorize.Net (i.e., with s2Member Pro-Forms), it is also possible to create custom Pro-Form templates, where you can edit the underlying PHP files and get even more creative in your presentation. For instance, you might decide to build additional fields into your Pro-Form template file, and process those in custom ways. Styling the Default WordPress Login/Registration System
To turn any post of your WordPress website into a product page, just add the shortcode with the name of your product and its price. It looks like this:
Oh, it looks like they changed it. If memory servers, their “Unbottled” blog used to use WordPress which was pretty cool 🙂
There are some hooks, if you look in the code you will see that two actions are available at the end of processing the IPN: