Hello there, your plug-in has been very helpful. However, is it possible to add a drop down option for a customer to select more than one item? I would deeply appreciate your help. Thank you. William Moyes
Is there a way of integrating a payment form so the customer can leave their details (name address etc)? I’m wanting to use this plug in to enable payments for workshops that I run and would need a one click payment and customers details all in one, if that makes sense? https://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/ecommerce/simple-shopping-cart-creating-a-specific-checkout-page-4116 .
p3: Regular billing cycle. This is the length of the billing cycle. The number is modified by the regular billing cycle units (t3, below)
when integrating paypal in wordpress showing this error “Things don’t appear to be working at the moment. Please try again later”. what can I do. Jeniffer
I’m not sure if that’s a bug, perhaps an incentive to upgrade, or (typical) user error on my part here. The image I’m trying does work with other button types. Jim Little I was just building a separate test page to send you, and of course in so doing the symptom went away. But I think I see how/why it happened. I had the src=”1″ in the wrong position within the block of code. It was at the end, after my filepath and success/cancel page definitions, but moving it back in the order looks like it’s fixed things. David Hoskins same problem with the open in new page option, only works when you refresh the page [wp_paypal button="subscribe" name="Weight Loss Coaching & Training" amount="69.00" recurrence="1" period="M" src="1" button_image="https://hoskinsfitness.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/btn_signupnow-1.png" target="_blank"] BOB JOHNSEN
PayPal Donations helps you to add a donation button anywhere on your website – in the header, on a page, on a post, in the sidebar, and in the footer – with the help of the shortcode [paypal-donation].
WP eCommerce has all bases covered, from the ease of adding products to shipping, payment gateways, taxes and all the features you expect from an e-commerce plugin. It also boasts excellent support for both the free and the premium plugin which is a mark in its favour! Support for major payment gateways Intuitive design with ease of use Optional addons to extend features further Has its own themes or can work within existing themes Public roadmap of future updates
While the plugin is free, transaction fees will apply. There’s also a PayPal Pro offering that extends the functionality of the plugin, and enables some basic customization of the buttons, along with more options for setting taxes and discounts. Offers a quick cart button creation feature based on your item’s details. Supports 25 currencies and 18 languages. Includes two button styles, and a choice of shop and payment URLs,
If you want to open a more significant eCommerce site, consider choosing WooCommerce or Ecwid. Both of them are best for selling digital and physical goods and offer you lots of premium extensions to expand their functionality further.
The latter can be subject to the whims of changing terms of service, decisions to take the platform business in a “new direction,” an overnight change in permissible uses or features, or a sudden bankruptcy.
It’s just another way to securely confirm a PayPal payment, and not as robust as the IPN API. For instance PDT wasn’t meant to process credit cards or Express Checkout transactions. If you check out that link for the IPN API they have a good explanation of why you might want to use it:
Since this tutorial put the widget in the blog post sidebar, you would go to a published blog post to see the sidebar in action. In this case, we can now see the right sidebar with the PayPal Donate button, credit card icons, and the text we typed in. This widget now shows up on every blog post published on the site.
You can sell fixed-term or lifetime access using "Buy Now" functionality. This is a popular way to sell products/services without requiring a customer to have a PayPal account in order to complete checkout; which is a limitation when using PayPal Standard "Buttons". Selling it as "Buy Now" avoids the issue. Another way to avoid this limitation is to use s2Member's PayPal Pro integration (an s2Member Pro feature), where Pro-Forms are used instead of "Buttons". See: PayPal Pro Integration w/ Pro-Forms. Supports Recurring and Non-Recurring "Subscriptions"
If you want to build an online shop for free without using WooCommerce, the WordPress Simple PayPal Shopping Cart plugin can be an excellent choice for you. It does not only let you sell but also allows you to have options to glue multiple offers on your site. It is a lightweight plugin, so you never have to worry about your site load speed.
Integrating PayPal Payments Advanced/ PayPal Payflow Link using the HTTPS API: Part 1
Shopify offers a lot of freedom but you are using someone else’s platform. It has options for extensions and extra features but you have no control over reliability, security or how the platform actually works.
Putting a product on sale for a limited time is a great way to increase sales. This e-commerce WordPress plugin creates a product countdown option for online shops created with WooCommerce. It allows you to customize the counter in a way that will attract more customers and match your brand.