Fortunately, when you use WordPress as your platform you have access to dozens of e-commerce plugins. These plugins can add shopping carts, review platforms, and so much more to your site – providing just about everything you need to run a successful online storefront.
Another thing is: some paypal plugins allow people to pay with their card and not just with paypal, but this doesn’t have that function, does it? Jason .
PayPal Pro allows you to keep your donors on your website with on-site credit card forms. This creates a better user experience and leads to higher conversion rates.
A question. I was fiddling with sandbox, and added return="http://example.com/thank-you" after the amount. However, the link was not reflected in the paypal sandbox payment success page. 1) Will it only be reflected in the actual payment page, and not the sandbox testing page? 2) If yes, can I add a text such as my website name with the address embed, instead of the link "http://example.com/thank-you"?
FIRST MOST IMPORTANT PROBLEM STILL UNSOLVED is the combination of these two behaviors: the DONATE function does not allow the use of an image button and the BUYNOW function does not allow a zero $ amount (amount=””).
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What are you doing for customers who cancel at the PayPal site? That is - they choose to pay via paypal so they punch out to the PayPal site, but there they choose to "Cancel and return to store page"...
Do you use any of these WordPress payment options? Have another to suggest? Any comments or suggestions? Tell us about them below!
$(‘input[type=submit], input[type=image], input[type=button], input[type=reset], button’).addClass(‘btn’).addClass(‘btn-default’);
2) Merchant login : Inside this field you can enter login id that you want to use at time of login on paypal manager account.
Is it possible that REQUIRING a shipping address is NOT possible with a “donate” button?
We’ll use Stripe again for this example. You will need a configured flow for this to work, check out the CartFlows setup video here if you don’t have a flow set up. Set up Stripe and WooCommerce as aboveInstall and activate CartFlowsSelect CartFlows and then FlowsSelect Your_Flow and select EditSelect Edit by the part of the flow you want to add the upsellClick Select Product and find the product you want to addCheck Enable Variations (optional) and set any configurations requiredSelect Update to save the change
@YC, The return URL is the page where the customer will be redirected to after a successful payment. I’m not sure how PayPal shows it on their payment page. Please provide a link to the page and the shortcode you are using so I can take a look.
Before feeling solitary, check out the elaborate documentation to find the answers to your problems. One more thing, WPPayForm Pro gets an automatic update which saves you a lot of hassle. Still need to talk to an expert? They have a team full of dedicated experts. Just ask for it.
Is there a way to adjust the size of the image used within the shortcode so that the button image is retina ready? Right now, my button is blurry. I would like to upload an image that is twice the size and use image size 50% to make it not blurry. Shreyash