For such a basic eCommerce plugin, I was pleasantly surprised by the number of configuration options available. Most basic PayPal WordPress plugins do not include email customisation and coupon options. Nor do they allow you to redirect customers to specific pages.
Shopify is not a WP plug-in as far as I know. It’s an online webstore engine/framework .
Is there a way to limit the number of items purchased? If you only have 5 of the same items and want to sell one at a time to five different people and then it won’t operate? Frank Bria
@Savanah, Are you using a custom button image in the shortcode? The error is coming from PayPal. Can you please check the PayPal email address that you entered in the settings?
I recently purchased a theme from you. I wanted to take a minute to tell you it is absolutely the best theme I have ever used. Everything I have wanted to do I have been able to do with ease. I’m so used to fighting themes. This is truly a breath of fresh air. Please keep them coming. I’m assigning you hero status for the rest of today. 😉 Do you have a pre-sale question or suggestion? Feel free to write us your comment. If I buy this plugin, can I then charge companies who do listings on my City-guide site, a monthly/annual fee? With the recurring charge made automaticly? thanks for interesting in our products. Yes, Paypal Subscriptions allows you to manage payment processes like you have described. Secondly – it mostly depends on Stripe features. Anyhow, we’ll consider it and make decision.
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Just change the name and price in the shortcode by adding the name of your own product and its corresponding price.
Most e-commerce software will include plugins for product reviews, this is preinstalled in Liquid Web’s stores.
WooCommerce is probably one of your best bets. Either way as long as it’s a plugin you’ll always be able to find a freelance developer if you have to update or fix the plugin and the company is no longer around 😉
Good Day, I have this shortcode added on a page : [wp_paypal button="paynow" name="CCTSW" amount="75.00"] and it seems not working, page can be found here : https://www.stsw.org/credentialing/applications/credential-application/ it says, “Please enter a correct button type” please advice. Thanks. Jennifer
…you want to launch an e-commerce website using WordPress. There are some e-commerce plugins that are more specialized than WooCommerce. However, none of them offer as many extensions or are as popular. Moreover, WooCommerce lets you enable PayPal payments in a matter of minutes.
With charges cleared out of the way, let’s see how you can implement the PayPal donate button on your Wordpress website.
Gravity Forms integrates its professional forms with the PayPal Payments Standard add-on. The setup process only takes a few minutes, then you can accept payments for your products or services. When customers submit a form, they are automatically transferred to complete a PayPal transaction. Plus, you can configure PayPal recurring payments and subscriptions.
Obviously, payment is key to running a commercial LMS. As it is compatible with Stripe, we’ll continue the trend by implementing it into LearnDash.
I am using the “buynow” button. Current code is [wp_paypal button=”buynow” name=”Session” amount=”70.00″ undefined_quantity=”1″ ]