WordPress has grown into a powerful eCommerce platform. While there are many done-for-you eCommerce solutions like Shopify and BigCommerce, WordPress is still the go-to choice for most shop owners.
This is the shortcode I am using in this case: https://www.shehair.co.il/straightener [wp_paypal button="buynow" name="Professional Hair Straightener" email="[email protected]" amount="550" currency="ILS" no_shipping="2" undefined_quantity="1" button_image="https://www.shehair.co.il/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/pp_btn_heb.png" return="https://www.shehair.co.il/order-thank-you/?src=straightener" cancel_return="https://www.shehair.co.il/straightener/?src=payment-canceled-straightener"] .
Next, we have another important section: choosing the default deposit amount. The amount chosen will have a significant psychological impact on your visitors, so choose wisely – pitch too high and you will appear greedy and put potential donators off; too low, and you’re leaving money on the table.
Fantastic turnaround – wow – thank you! I presume that the notify_url is where I expect the IPN to be sent and by “shortcode” I am assuming you are referring to the code for the individual buttons. Unfortunately, when I try this I get an error message from PayPal when I click on the button to add something to my cart: “Things don’t appear to be working at the moment. Please try again later.”
Everything is working fine, except for the fact that if I change the product name under the “name” attribute here to something in Hebrew, it will show up in Jibbrish on PayPal’s payment page…
Payment Gateways Supported: 2Checkout.com, PayPal and Google Checkout. Available as an optional add-on: Authorize.net, PayJunction, FirstData/LinkPoint, HSBC ePayments and eWay Payments.
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Thanks a lot! The service you mentioned looks very promising, we’ll surely check it out.
@Jerome, That means the plugin did not receive any notification from PayPal. Do you have IPN enabled in your PayPal account? Ben
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Hello. I’ve added the plugin and the information to my LLC’s Paypal account to my dashboard. When I click the purchase and donation buttons, they’re saying, “Things don’t seem to be working at the moment” and “We can’t complete your transaction. This organization’s account is inactive.” Please advise and thank you in advance.
The PayPal Buy Now Button plugin adds the button to anywhere in your WordPress website. Log into your WordPress websiteSelect Plugins and Add New from the left menu of your WordPress dashboardType ‘PayPal Buy Now Button’ into the search at the top rightInstall and Activate the pluginSelect Settings and PayPal Button from the left menuSelect a language and currency to useAdd your PayPal Merchant ID or the email address you use for PayPalSelect a button style from the listSave all your changes
@Anne, Did you copy and paste it into a shortcode block? Please make sure to check whether there are some hidden characters in it. Matthew Harris
If you do not configure payflow for a page, it doesn't return them to the store... if you configure it for checkout_success.php, obviously the order appears to go through...
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Yes. In addition to the supporting market of extensions and plugins that’s grown up around WooCommerce, the WordPress development community has also embraced the plugin through the active development of several WooCommerce-compatible themes.