It’s not my paypal account and I’ve advised that it must be on that end. It’s happening with the PayPal option and the credit card option. Thanks,Lorie
@Suzanne, I see an empty space just before the URL. Please remove it. Please also provide a link to the page where you have the button. Nicole Bolin .
I asked because the “WooCommerce Subscriptions” extension offers some powerful capabilities/flexibilities that your current payment plugin roster doesn’t offer, especially with Stripe and recurring paryments (PayPal is very restraining). thanks for asking. Yes, Directory+ theme comes with fully integrated WooCommerce theme included ad-ons (design, functionality, translations)
Before you go ahead and integrate a PayPal donate button on your website, you should be aware of all the hidden charges which you’ll have to bear. The processing charges are as listed below: Integrating PayPal donation button on your website is completely free PayPal will charge 2.9% + $0.30 as a transaction fee. Your contributors will not be charged with anything while donating.
@Henry, The plugin always supported 4 types of buttons (pay now was never a type). There was an issue with the subscription button rendering on some sites. So I had to rewrite the code to fix it.
After taking a look at all of the features above, WooCommerce reigns supreme in my comparison. As discussed before, you shouldn't immediately think that WooCommerce is the right route for you. Is it the safest bet if going in blind? Yes. But should you really think about the type of selling you'll be doing before making the decision? Absolutely.
Then, if you scroll down you can see the Payment Fields there. These fields allow you to display products and their prices on the form.
Over the New Year Weekend, I added Woocommerce and the free Stripe (payment gateway). The day after going live, it took 6 orders! I didn’t have to do anything. No manual invoicing, no emails back and forth and no telephone conversations.
You can add in various payment currencies,and you can use instant payment notifications. It is also a highly-international plugin, as it supports many languages. Adding custom forms is also enabled with this plugin, and it offers a wide range of shortcode options.
Add extra HTML button variables (advanced) – allows you to add additional variables if needed. Once complete, click Finish and Get Code. Add Donate Button to WordPress
@Tre, Create a post/page (or edit one) and insert the shortcode to create a button. harman
The Pro or paid version of the plugin does not function as described. There is no way to add coupon codes or taxes as stated in the advertisement for the paid version. Tried to contact the seller or programmer repeatedly and he will not reply. There is no support for this plugin and it is not functioning. With no reply from programmer and the Plugin misrepresented this is a definite bad situation. I am out money and more than that a ton of time...
When I add the shortcode to a page the icon comes up but when I click it, I do not get directed to a Paypal page. It just reloads to the page the button is on. Can someone help with this?
While we’re still in General Settings, scroll back up to the top of the page, where you’ll see two shortcodes under Quick Usage Guide.
This plugin is distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) and you don't need a license key to use it on an unlimited number of sites.
We mentioned SendinBlue above as one of our top choices for eCommerce. Although this tool might not come with the same inventory management tools and other features as traditional WordPress eCommerce plugins, it has a lot to offer.
Hi, I am a website building newbie trying to add PayPal to our non-profit’s website. We are not selling subscriptions, but asking folks to join with a Membership donation at one of three levels: Individual @ $15, Family @ $25, and Business @ $50.