PHPurchase is a paid plugin, $49 for the Standard edition and $99 for the Pro version. It helps to develop a blog into a complete online sales facility managing everything from sales to shipping and integrating it all with WordPress. Aside from its ability to create an entire catalogue of products with custom variables (size, color, etc.), PHPurchase has a powerful dashboard-based order management system, and a bevy of other features. This plugin offers the ability to create multiple stores and to add greater customization than most e-commerce software for WordPress, plus it accepts a few more payment gateways.
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. .
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Once you have WPForms installed and activated, adding WordPress payments is easy.
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If you sell or work with money, you could benefit from accepting online payments.
@Jacob, Are you referring to WordPress.com or WordPress.org? WordPress.org is always free and our plugin is also free. I don’t know what plans WordPress.com has at the moment. August 22, 2019 at 9:53 pm
Hello, is it possible to use this payment method for a marketplace made in woordpress setting a commission for the wordpress administrator? That is, I create a markeplace-style web, so that 2 registered users agree and a transaction is made between them. A% of that transaction would remain in an account of the web administrator. John Kofroth
Those are the main ways you can accept WordPress payments. There is an option here for almost any situation you’re likely to come across.
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I just enabled the debug option and then made a payment, but nothing appears in the debug log
@Dave, A view cart button has just been added. Please update the plugin and use the shortcode.
This shopping cart, like some other integrations, is a self-contained suite of features. What’s particularly nice about it is that it allows migration from other shopping cart plugins like WooCommerce and it lets store owners host file sizes up to 25 GB. Pros Multiple sales channels (sell almost anywhere) Has promotion and marketing capabilities Unlimited file bandwidth The best digital file security and unlimited store backups Near-zero maintenance Excellent customer service (email, chat, phone) Cons Digital files can only be hosted on paid plans Visual customization may not be enough for some #7. Paid Memberships Pro