Let Freemius handle the EU VAT headache for you by automatically collecting and reporting the required VAT from your sales to EU customers. You carry on developing WordPress plugins/themes.
Mostly what I’d like is to not have this style included in the div at all. That way I could control the buttons’ appearance myself (width, alignment, etc) by assigning styles to the container div. Manish Jain Alex .
Sorry, I should have added that once I refresh the page it opens. But, most potential customers won’t know that.
But when I checked on my paypal accounts payments been made after that.. but still no posted orders on the “ALL ORDERS” the successful payments made..
@Cherri, You can also create a very simple one file custom plugin and put the code in there.
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The last thing you need to do is click on the “Update” button on the top right of the Page/Post Editor and the payment form will be displayed. Here is the final result on your page.
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i meant when you click on “add to cart button” how do you access the cart to see products added to cart… Never mind, i just did a test and found out how it work…
In this article, we will be showing you both of the methods with all the necessary steps.
You enter a sales video (URL or Video ID) and a thank you video, and you are done!
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Thanks for getting back to me. The Paypal set-up kept taking me back to Option A or Option B (using Paypal’s own html codes). I have eventually sorted it out with Paypal – actually I don’t need to select either of their options as I’m using your plug-in, but nowhere is this evident on their website. I have now got your plug-in up and running, pretty easily considering this is new stuff to me.
The cost for the PayPal Pro and PayPal Express add-on (a single site license) is $89.
The thing is that we are asking for donations, but we’re shipping a product to them as a gift for a donation (which we don’t want to dictate since many people cannot afford the “suggested donation,” while others can afford more). Is there a workaround for this? I already tried the “buynow” route, but of course that one forces the exact price.
CartFlows’ strength is in upselling, so let’s set up WordPress payments within an upsell.
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