@Raymond, Please enable debug and make a test purchase so I can check what’s happening.
wondering if it is possible to add a percentage for sales tax? and will you be updating the plugin to allow for custom button art to be used with the quantity option? Larry Koehn .
Now, you can login to PayPal and create “Add to Cart” buttons that will generate HTML code to be pasted into your website, but this simple PayPal plugin makes the process much simpler, and takes it even further.
If this is ridiculously complicated or difficult, don’t waste your time with it. But, question. How do others who use this plugin get the shipping address? Just from the notification email?
In the middle of March I installed two OSCommerce 2.3.3 stores and got them both working with PayPal Payflow -- I have the new "Advanced" account. I even put through several small transactions on my own credit card to make sure everything was working.
As with any membership system, it is possible for one member to signup, and then share their username with someone else; or even post it online for the whole world to see. This is known as link sharing (aka: username sharing). It is not likely that you'll be attacked in this way, but it's still a good idea to protect your system; just in case somebody tries this. s2Member's Unique IP Restrictions work for Membership Level Access (account logins), Specific Post/Page Access, Registration Links, and other secure entry points. In all cases, the rules are simple. A single username, access link, and/or entry point; is only valid for a certain number of unique IP addresses. Once that limit is reached, s2Member assumes there has been a security breach. At that time, s2Member will place a temporary ban (preventing access) to a specific post/page, or to an account associated with a particular username. This temporary ban, will only affect the offending link and/or username associated with the security breach. You can fine-tune this behavior through configurable options. Guarding Against Open Source Peepers
I deactivated WP PayPal and deleted it and logged out of my WP dashboard and then logged in again and installed WP PayPal again and had PayPal resend the IPN messages. Still no Debug or All Orders functionality.
Imagine your website visitor decides on a product and puts it into their cart, only to change their mind because of a last-minute objection. With Cart Recovery, "goodbye" doesn't have to be forever. This plugin allows you to track abandoned carts, send follow-up emails to stay top-of-mind, and generate unique discount codes to entice them to come back.
Reward your WordPress website with a beautiful and easy to use 100% responsive product catalogue plugin. eCommerce Product Catalog plugin is powerful, highly customizable and simple solution that works with any theme and most of WordPress plugins. It will make your web development even more effecti.........
Everest Forms lets you create amazing forms with the easy drag-and-drop feature. And, using our premium PayPal Standard add-on, you can accept PayPal payments on your forms with no trouble.
You will need LearnDash installed and configured for this to work. You will also need the free Stripe Integration addon for LearnDash. Select LearnDash LMS from within WordPressSelect Add-Ons, search for Stripe for LearnDashInstall and activate Stripe for LearnDashSelect LearnDash LMS and Settings from the leftSelect the Stripe Settings tab in the centerAdd your Stripe keys in the relevant boxesSet your currency and add a return page to send customers to once purchase is completeSelect Update Options to saveSelect your courses with LearnDash and set the Course Access Settings to Buy Now or Recurring.Save your changes
WP Menu Cart helps your ecommerce business by installing a shopping cart button straight into the navigation bar for easy access. It is highly configurable with options to set a cart icon, show items & prices when they are added to cart, alongside support for CSS customization.
WP EasyCart works more like a SaaS ecommerce platform like Squarespace or Wix. All of the simple tools are there for you. The only difference is that you have full control over your site with WordPress and your own hosting. The features are surprisingly advanced in the free version, with support for unlimited products, live shipping calculators, and advanced product variants. After that, you can opt for the $69 per year plan to avoid any transaction fees that come with the Free package. The highest plan costs $99 per year and includes excellent features for the selling of subscriptions, the Quickbooks integration, Stamps.com, AffiliateWP, and more.
Choose the type of currency you would like to accept. Then, select how you would like to accept contributions. One route to take is to have users type in how much they would like to donate. The other route is to display a fixed amount, which might result in higher donations since you give people a suggested number.
WP eCommerce claims to be the original eCommerce plugin for WordPress. There are mixed feelings about the WP eCommerce plugin. Some people say it is only for a handful of products, but I’ve seen sites with larger inventories. WP eCommerce has umpteen free and premium themes built using its code, and its seemingly infinite list of features, it really is an essential powerhouse of a plugin.
WooCommerce charges $80 for a similar plugin. This is a great free plugin for processing payments through PayPal. Very easy setup and works great and integrates with the Woo PP plugins.
Is there a way to code the button to open the payment window in a new tab? Thanks!