@Ramiro, The payment page is fully controlled by PayPal. But It should also show an option to pay with a card. khristy
“WordPress PayPal” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin. .
Please note that the number of products you can create within the free plugin version is limited.
@Umair, Glad to hear that you got it to work. But how did you resolve this issue? Rafael [wp_paypal button="buynow" name="My product" amount="1000.00" no-shipping="1" target="_blank" return="https://example.com"]
@Dirk, That portion of the video is showing how you enable the IPN feature in your PayPal account. You just have to use the home page URL of your own site. The following page talks more about enable the IPN feature. Hopefully that will be more clear to you: Having trouble with the video “Selling digital media files” or to be precise the Paypal configuration. At 1:02 the speaker says “and here you can paste the grumbleflutebeep of your website”. I listened again and again but I cannot understand the word (sorry, not a native speaker). It appears the speaker paste a URL into the field but which? The grumbleflutebeep of my website? But if I fill in grumbleflutebeep I get an error. What shall I do now?
page is still in design, but I dont want to create that until I am sure this button is going to work. I’ve tired using the generic “buy now” as well as the custom, but the custom kept showing and error. Advise?
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WP Plugin is an offical PayPal Partner. Various trademarks held by their respective owners. Screenshots Sample item for sale with view cart buttonAutomatic shortcode inserterSettings page Installation Automatic Installation Sign in to your WordPress site as an administrator. In the main menu go to Plugins -> Add New. Search for Easy PayPal Button and click install. Configure values in the settings page. In a page or post editor you will see a new button called “Easy Shopping Cart” located right above the text area beside the Add Media button. By using this you can automatically create shortcodes for add to cart and view cart buttons.
Download the plugin WordPress Miraget Connector from the list of available Extends or modules, for this go to WordPress Extends or modules then search for Miraget Connector In the Specific Settings Box, within source input type and select “WordPress Simple PayPal Shopping Cart” extends or plugin. Select the tables to sync. Select NetSuite in System Target Fill all the input field with your NetSuite credentials Click to submit form
One question. I can’t seem to get the *require* shipping address to work. Is it because we’re using the donate button?
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@Werner, This is fully controlled by PayPal. You can contact them to see if they have an option to customize it.
To add the ‘Add to Cart’ button on the sidebar or from other template files use the following function:
Yes, you heard it right! Creating a WordPress form with PayPal as the payment option is actually the easiest way to accept payments in WordPress. You can create a form where the customers can choose the products to purchase. And, integrating PayPal to payment forms will make the transactions safer for the users.