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/
I used different paypal plugin, this one has the most options and works perfectly! .
However, keep in mind that as WooCommerce is also an Automattic product, that means we’ll be able to provide you with support for that plugin should you use it with our Business Plan. We are not able to provide support for other ecommerce plugins, aside from general support with the WordPress.com interface and software. About This Topic Started 4 years by florencecdesigns In: Support This topic has 4 replies 4 participants Latest reply from kokkieh Last activity: 4 years TagsNo topic tags found.wpcomhelp
@Damien, It should go to your account once you update the PayPal email address in the plugin settings. Please provide a link to the page where you have a button so I can take a look. alexis
Adding PayPal to WordPress is a relatively easy operation for beginner and intermediate users of the world’s most popular CMS. There are other plugins on the market that you can use to quickly add a PayPal button or a cart. Still, the two mentioned in this article are definitely among the best. They allow you to sell products quickly and easily without causing too much strain on your WordPress site. If you don’t plan on running a big and complex online shop, then these are the right plugins for you.
Your next step now should be to go to any page or post you want to add PayPal button to. When you open the page or post, you will see a new option underneath the title, saying PayPal Button.
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.
Hi. In the next update, can you add a shortcode parameter that takes the text to display? It would be cleaner than writing the text as an image. If we have a multilingual website, it would be better to auto-detect the language so we don’t have to duplicate the button code. Leah
10Web is a multi-service shopping cart provider not too different from other e-commerce solutions. But why anyone would choose 10Web is that it’s specifically for mass/volume e-commerce, allowing multiple sites to be connected to one plan. Furthermore, it comes with over 50+ premium WordPress plugins (including a free shopping cart), making it a convenient solution for any WordPress store in general. Affordable pricing and WordPress website hosting Has a unified control panel to manage multiple sites Fast support response time (email/chat) All pricing plans have (mostly) the same features Features image optimization to load your site faster High-class security Elementor-based site builder for WordPress Free SSL certificates Going over allotted storage/visits/backup space per plan incurs a monthly charge No support by phone 10. WordPress eCommerce
A Membership Options Page (in the context of s2Member), is a Page you create in WordPress (like any other Page). Then you designate it as your Membership Options Page when configuring s2Member. This can be configured (or reconfigured) under s2Member → General Options → Membership Options Page. This page (always publicly available) serves two extremely useful purposes. Can Users Update their Own Profile?
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@Roman, which shortcode are you using? please provide a link to the page with the shortcode so I can take a look. But you didn’t specify in documentation that url to the image should be absolute. I changed my url to full and now it works. Please update your docs.
*it’s finicky, you may need to refresh multiple times to see what I’m talking about. It’ll alternate between your default donate button and my custom donate button.
This is a simple WordPress PayPal plugin that will allow you to sell products or services on your website. You will get to place a PayPal Buy Now Button anywhere you want on your website, allowing customers to use their PayPal account to pay for your products or services. They will also be able to pay with their credit or debit cards.
The PayPal Now Button also comes with four button styles, and it’s compatible with all WordPress themes out there. In case you get stuck at any point and end up needing assistance, it’s worth pointing out that the plugin includes built-in support in 18 languages and 25 currencies.
I suspect that the problem is with the getToken function in catalog/includes/modules/payment/paypal_payflow_link.php, furnished by PayPal. But I haven't taken the time to examine the values for $key and for $value when the function is working and when it is not working. I would look for either an "=" or an "&" in a $key or in the $value. Such a character could throw everything off since keys and values are paired using the equal sign and separated from each other using the ampersand, i.e.: