Custom Capabilities are for added flexibility. The WordPress function current_user_can(), can be used to test for additional Custom Capabilities that you sell access to. Whenever a Member completes checkout, after having purchased a Membership from you (one that included Custom Capabilities), s2Member will add those Custom Capabilities to the account for that specific Member. You can watch this video to learn more about the power of Custom Capabilities. Free/Open Registration (Enable/Disable)
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That’s it, you are done! With Payflow set up, you now have a POS (Point of Sale) ready for Credit Cards transactions.
As this plugin works with every WordPress theme and follows best responsiveness practices, you can be sure your shopping cart will look amazing on any device.
@Jerome, Do you have the debug option enabled in the settings? If not please enable debug and make a test purchase to see if PayPal is sending notification to the plugin.
Nowadays, most purchases, payments, and donations are done online. Completing those actions should be simple and, most importantly, safe, which is why most users opt for using PayPal. This unparalleled ruler of the digital payments sector is not losing its popularity, 21 years after its launch. In fact, there seem to be over 286 million active PayPal accounts all over the globe.
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There is a lot of in-house and third party extensions built on the Ecwid Ecommerce APIs. You can find a ready made plugin extending features of your online storefront the way you want or build a custom addon yourself. The existing family of third party plugins include tax automation apps like TaxJar, fulfilment services like ShipStation, customer support tools like LiveChat and many others.
Route donors back to your site – lets you create custom thank you pages or route them back to your WordPress site.
For online shoppers, a handy and safe way to pay means a lot. Construct your button for PayPal using Elfsight and you will install a reliable and prompt payment procedure for your clients. No coding, no sweat.
@Anwar, PayPal is showing what the issue is “This organization’s account is inactive”.
You can also use WP Cart Shortcode from your editor. Create a new page and you’ll notice a new option in the editor – the WP Cart Shortcode.
[wp_paypal button="buynow" name="My product1" amount="4.99" undefined_quantity="1"] Umair Everything is working fine. But when i used sandbox account then orders information is not showing in Orders section.
Login to Paypal and either edit your button or you can create a new button. If you don’t know how to do this, you can follow the instructions here: http://en.support.wordpress.com/paypal/
BigCommerce is hands down one of the top e-commerce platforms on the market for scalability. The stats speak for themselves; the average BigCommerce client boasts a 28% in growth year on year.
@jan, This plugin doesn’t automatically send a confirmation email once the purchase is complete. Also you will need to use a shortcode to create a new button for it (it can’t be integrated with another one). Ken