@Paul, It’s a PayPal issue. The only thing you can do is keep the “PayPal Account Optional for Buyers” option enabled in your PayPal account: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBeeGgIFbU0
First, add a new Custom HTML block inside your post or page. Then, use the following code: Replace YOUR PAYPAL LINK HERE with the link you got in Step 1Replace IMAGE URL HERE with the image URL you chose in Step 2Feel free to add alt text for “Your alt text here”. This is the text that will display in the event the image cannot be displayed.Remember to leave the quotes around both links and the alt-text! .
After you activate the extension, you need to configure some details. Go to the following settings area and enter your PayPal Pro API details: WooCommerce Settings -> Checkout -> PayPal-Pro Getting Your PayPal Pro API Credentials
Here are a few sample Ecwid storefronts from real users. (The first two are Ecwid Facebook shops.)
Beyond the flexibility and customization options, you can also sell any product type, whether digital or physical products. It’s also set up for ease-of-use for affiliate marketing ventures, so there’s the granularity of what you can offer and how you can offer it, with inventory management solutions to easily track your product offerings. WooCommerce also seamlessly integrates with standard payment gateways and logistics solutions, with additional integration options available as needed. No matter what your skill set or technical knowledge, you have access to the support you need via paid and free options, with a help desk, knowledge base, forum, and more.
That’s it, you are done! With Payflow set up, you now have a POS (Point of Sale) ready for Credit Cards transactions.
The Product Recommendations Plugin lets you add related products to any post on your WordPress site. This WordPress plugin makes it easy to refer readers to similar products in your store. Customize how your product recommendations show in your post by using a simple shortcode. The product recommen.........
One of the many benefits of WooCommerce is that it gives us pre-designed and coded templates to work with. The problem is that those template files are located in the plugin folder. And if the plugin updates in the future (which it most certainly will), any changes we make to the template will get lost. Since directly editing plugin files is a big ol’ no-no in WordPress, WooCommerce lets us modify the files by making copies of them that go in the theme folder. That will work as long as we do this in our functions.php or functionality plugin somewhere:
Also worth noting that WooCommerce was started as a fork of Jigoshop back in 2011. Brian Jackson September 20, 2018 at 12:45 pm
The plugin saved me a lot of work. My questions were answered very quickly and competently. Thank you for the great support and greetings from Germany.
May I build a Checkout or Donation PayPal Button through the agency of your editor?
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These shopping cart plugins will, therefore, allow your visitors, rather customers here, to choose products from the site, and add or remove items in their shopping cart to complete the purchase.
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To qualify your site, you will need to enable s2Member's Security Badge Status API, and then generate a Security Encryption Key in your Dashboard—with s2Member installed as an active plugin. Also, there are a few additional requirements. Some of the requirements pertain to WordPress security in general, and some of the requirements are s2Member-specific. What we want to see is that you've made an effort to tighten security on your installation of WordPress by following guidelines presented by s2Member. Your site and your users will be safer as a result. API Notifications / Webhooks Advanced Building a Theme or Plugin that Works Together with s2Member Advanced
In other words, the PayPal IFrame comes up in catalog/checkout_confirmation.php if