The shopping cart shows the user what they currently have in the cart and allows them to change quantity or remove the items, apply coupons code on total cart discount.
On the surface, the service businesses don't look like they would be selling anything online. However, technically, any type of business has something to offer in terms of online commerce. .
This plugin will remind you of newly abandoned shopping carts through email notifications. In addition, you can also use the new Exit-Intent popup technology to collect users’ email and later inform them about their shopping cart. Save and view ghost shopping carts. Receive notifications on newly abandoned shopping carts via email. The “Remember checkout fields” function
PayPal Donations helps you to add a donation button anywhere on your website – in the header, on a page, on a post, in the sidebar, and in the footer – with the help of the shortcode [paypal-donation].
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Well, I know it can’t go in the “All Orders” purchase numbers page. There isn’t room. But when the order the clicked and the Array is shown, I would like to see the complete address on top of the Array without having to search through the Array values.
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@Kenneth, WordPress automatically filters the shortcode and pass those parameters to the plugin. Please check the WordPress shortcode API to see if it’s possible. Anwar Dunbar
When taking a look at the WordPress ecommerce plugins, we wanted to understand what the most important features were, as outlined above. After that, it was essential to figure out what made each of these plugins stand out compared to the others. You’ll find that some of the ecommerce plugins have more features in general, while others are better for simple, clean stores. On the other hand, you’ll see that there are a few niche ecommerce plugins for completing specific tasks–such as selling digital downloads online.
Just change the name and price in the shortcode by adding the name of your own product and its corresponding price.
Payment Gateways Supported: PayPal (Standard), 2CheckOut, MoneyBookers, First Data (Linkpoint & YourPay), Realex Payments (redirect), eMatters (HTTPS), Ogone PSP (Basic), Authorize.net (AIM), eWay (Shared), credit card (POS) and wire transfer.
If you’re not bound to WordPress plugins only, you can have a look at the following solutions.
Overall, if you just have a few products or services to sell, you can get up and running very quickly and easily with one of the above solutions. Hope you can help me. Want to sell images online which customer will download after paying. Once downloaded the images can be modified or used in any way the customer wishes so there is no need to supply options as to size, etc. My big question is this: On The Rose Page, I am selling photos of various types of roses. There are ten images on that page. When the customer clicks on a desired image, he gets a closeup of it accompanied by a catalog number which I supplied by means of metadata. A corresponding catalog number will appear on the order blank page. What I don’t understand is do I have to have a separate page for each of those ten images? Sorry to be so detailed but I’m new at this and don’t want to give up yet. Thanks for any help you may give.
Upload the WordPress Ultra Simple Paypal Shopping Cart plugin to your WordPress plugin directory, activate it, put payment’s shortcode to your posts or pages, and add cart’s shortcode or widget. Unzip and Upload the folder ‘wordpress-paypal-shopping-cart’ to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress Go to Settings and configure the options eg. your email, Shopping Cart name, Return URL etc. Use the trigger text to add a product to a post or page where u want it to appear. Does this plugin use a return URL to redirect customers to a specified page after Paypal has processed the payment? Can I configure product sale notification so I get notified when a sale is made? Can the customers be sent to a cancel URL when they click “cancel” from the PayPal checkout page? add items to cart collect buyer information on a form process transaction via paypal
A question. I was fiddling with sandbox, and added return="http://example.com/thank-you" after the amount. However, the link was not reflected in the paypal sandbox payment success page. 1) Will it only be reflected in the actual payment page, and not the sandbox testing page? 2) If yes, can I add a text such as my website name with the address embed, instead of the link "http://example.com/thank-you"?
@Michael, I’ve just released an update with this feature. Please update the plugin and see how it goes.
Help! I have the shortcode to return the customer to a thank you page after checkout, but it is not working. The customer stays on the receipt page and doesn’t return to my website. Do I have something set incorrectly? The thank-you page is live. This is what I’m using: