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@Laura, Use the shortcode option where you specify the options in the shortcode. That will allow you to add as many options as you like. The “Usage with Shortcode” section in the following page has explanation on how to use that shortcode: September 26, 2017 at 7:41 pm .
With the Ecwid Shopping Cart, your online store data is fully hosted on our secure servers. Regardless of the WordPress hosting service you use, your Ecwid online store includes:
Here’s a link to the documentation from Paypal as a reference (but they did this manually by code here) https://developer.paypal.com/webapps/developer/docs/classic/paypal-payments-standard/integration-guide/paypal_shopping_cart/#id08AEC050F2Y
You can sell digital media files with this plugin. Check the usage documentation to learn more.
this. I have empty this is just very simple also when you’re setting up the PayPal shopping cart button if you are sending if you’re not going to charge shipping, you can leave this blank and then yeah you leave a blank if you don’t want to use it if you are sending out physical products and you need to get their shipping address at PayPal then you would check that button off if you already have a shipping profile set up at PayPal then you would check that off otherwise you would do what my husband does on his Simi, he sells physical products that have to be shipped out once you have it done there are two codes you put in so you would add this shortcut in where you want to buy now button, and this is
As for the feature-set, Jigoshop eCommerce supports a wide range of product types like digital products, physical goods, variable products, and simple products. The platform has detailed reports, wonderful styling tools, and an area to manage all of your stock. It’s actually quite intuitive and simpler than what WooCommerce and some of its other descendants have. You might save a little money on extensions with Jigoshop over WooCommerce, but that’s only because the extensions seem to be a little cheaper. Regardless, niche shops generally have to turn to the add-on stores.
If someone wants to cancel a subscription – what is the process? If someone cancels a renewal on paypal do thy just get deleted from the orders page?
One handy feature is the integrated Google Analytics tracking. All you need to do is add your Google Analytics ID in the Basic Settings page after installing the plugin. From there, you’ll be able to keep an eye on product conversions, and see which sales strategies are working best.
WooCommerce Live Checkout Field Capture is a great add-on for WooCommerce site that saves all the activity in the WooCommerce checkout form. You will be able to see who abandons what products or services in their shopping cart so you can get in touch with them and try to complete the sale.
It also utilizes Stripe to enable WordPress payments and that’s what we’ll be using in this example.
The next thing to do at this point is to choose where your PayPal button will appear. From the menu on the left, choose a Page or a Post, and then click on Add New. Right next to Add Media, you’ll notice a new option – PayPal Button.
Today I'm glad to introduce with you about a systematic checkout process without ever leaving the video. It' called Video Payflow.
@viji, Unfortunately, there is no button in the plugin to cancel a subscription. However, the user should be able to cancel it from their PayPal account. Holly M Fitzgerald
It can be integrated with the NextGen Photo Gallery plugin to accommodate the selling of photographs from your gallery.
They do take up more real estate on the page, compared to the basic Buy buttons, since it allows for multiple forms of payment. You can choose to arrange the buttons horizontally or vertically. 6. In WordPress, you will add all the information about your product directly into a page/post on your site, then just add the code for the PayPal button on the same page. Use a Custom HTML block and paste the code.