@Henry, It’s for a buy now type button (not donate). I’m not sure if PayPal charges different fees for it.
Once you select Capture Charge and save the order, payments are captured via PayPal, the order status updates to Processing, and the Order notes update to reflect these changes. .
The offer, checkout process and product delivery is all done without leaving the video.
PayPal Shopping Cart allow you to sell products on your website using an Add to Cart Button and View Cart Button.Get a full WordPress e-commerce PayPal Shopping Cart system within few minutes!
Payment Gateways Supported: The free version supports PayPal. The paid version has over 40 payment gateways including 2Checkout, Authorize.net, ClickAndBuy, iDEAL, Payleap, iPayment, Stripe, and more.
With this plugin, you can use shortcodes to create custom “add to cart” buttons that you can set up on any of your pages. You can configure as many buttons as you need, each one with a different price. Then you can add a cart and checkout section:
This is not a plugin. A working knowledge of PHP and WordPress functions is required. How to Use WP Shopping Cart 1. Add the shopping cart to your theme.
s2Member has quite a large codebase with a lot of powerful features and flexibility. With so much to maintain (and more importantly), with so many files to be loaded into WordPress; it becomes extremely important for the application to be optimized in every way possible.
The first field, PayPal Account, is by far the most important. It’s here that you need to input your PayPal email address or your Secure Merchant ID (found by logging into PayPal, then navigating to Profile / Profile and Settings). Double check you typed this field correctly, as this is where all donations are sent!
The Simple Payment block is only available with Jetpack Premium or Professional subscriptions. This tutorial uses Paypal as the payment processor, so it will be required for the directions below. If you don’t have a Paypal account, you can easily create one for free.
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PayPal Buy Now Button is a free, simple and easy to use WordPress Plugin. With the help of this plugin, you can place a PayPal Buy Now Button anywhere on your e-commerce site. So, start selling your product or service and let your customers pay via debit card, credit card or through their PayPal account. Offers PayPal Button inserter where users have to enter the price, name of the product and necessary information along with the buy now button Supports 18 languages and 25 currencies Offers four unique PayPal button designs Users may test their PayPal procedure through SandBox It works with any WordPress theme Users may choose the PayPal window open, cancel payment URL and successful payment URL option
@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
PayPal does include a checkbox after they input their “billing” address that says: “check if you would like to share your address with [our nonprofit],” but if the donors neglect to check it, we won’t have an address to ship the product to. If you have a solution, I would be very grateful. Below is the shortcode and where it’s located:
This is referred to as "Specific Post/Page Access"—customers are not required to register at all. Specific Post/Page Access is like selling a product—only, instead of shipping anything to the customer, you just give them access to a specific Post/Page on your site; one that you created in WordPress. A Specific Post/Page that is protected by s2Member might contain a download link for your eBook, access to file & music downloads, access to support services, etc. The possibilities with this are endless; so long as your digital product can be delivered through access to a WordPress Post/Page. You can also package multiple Posts/Pages together into one "Buy Now" transaction. Supports Independent Custom Capabilities
By default, the PayPal email address that will receive the payments is the WordPress admin email address. In most cases, that will suffice. You can easily switch that email address to your existing PayPal email address if it’s not the same, or even add that email address to your list of “payee” email addresses in your PayPal account.
With Authorize.Net Pro-Forms, you can customize the success="http://..." Shortcode attribute. This allows you to define a custom URL of your own, where you might create a Post/Page in WordPress that thanks a customer for their purchase, and provides additional details about how you'd like them to proceed now that checkout is complete. Checkout Occurs at ClickBank.com