The Ecwid ecommerce plugin integrates with major carriers including USPS, UPS, FedEx, Canada Post, Australia Post, and others to automatically calculate shipping rates. Taxes are also automated and can be set-up in a few clicks. Automated tax rate calculations are available for the U.S., Canada, and EU VAT. Additionally, integration with TaxJar provides automatic sales tax reporting and filing in the U.S.
It looks more like Amazon’s cart page and other popular e-commerce stores, which is not at all a bad thing. .
I am using WP and just installed “Simple Ecommerce Shopping Cart” and CANNOT at any products to my store (which I renamed..does that matter?)
While some of that is down to site design, a lot of it will be down to using a good WordPress theme. Themes like Astra are designed to be fast loading, provide clear navigation and be a joy to use. Ideal for converting visitors into customers!
s2Member Pro makes light of this. You can use the [s2Member-List /] Shortcode (with many configurable shortcode attributes) to construct a paginated (or non-paginated) list of users at various Membership Levels. Or, with specific Custom Capabilities. You can also limit the list to only those users who match search criteria defined by the configuration of this shortcode. The list can include each user's avatar, along with any additional database fields in the wp_users table, and even custom fields that you've generated with s2Member. Most Popular Use Cases for [s2Member-List /]
This extension adds on-site credit card checkout functionality on your WooCommerce site. Your customers will enter the credit card on your checkout page (they never leave the site to do the transaction).
I already have Paypal working – somewhat – on my client’s site. However, once the payment is received, the purchaser is not receiving the email with the link to the pdf that is to be downloaded. I’ve tried logging into Sandbox but am not having any luck. Can I use this plugin just to test the links I already have for Paypal?
A great feature of this cart that can potentially increase conversions is the Amazon-style “people that ordered this, also ordered…” feature. Essentially it dynamically displays a list of products that other customer have ordered on each individual product page.
“button_image” parameter can be added to the shortcode to show your own button image instead of the default PayPal button. For example: [wp_paypal button="buynow" name="My product" amount="4.99" button_image="https://example.com/images/buy.png"] Shipping
The base shipping cost only takes effect when the products in the cart have shipping costs applied to them. That way, if someone purchases a digital downloadable item from the store which doesn’t carry a shipping cost, the base price will not take effect. This isn’t ideal because in some cases you may only want the base shipping cost to reflect the total shipping cost for the cart for physical products. The workaround is to use a shipping cost of $0.0001 for individual products as that won’t affect the total (because it rounds), and only the base shipping cost will be present in the cart at checkout.
But how can you pick the right one for your website, and what are some considerations you should keep in mind when choosing a plugin?
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.
Thank you ! It’s working now ! This is a very great plugin, saving me a lot of time integrating paypal checkout 😀 viji
2) Merchant login : Inside this field you can enter login id that you want to use at time of login on paypal manager account.
…you want to launch an e-commerce website using WordPress. There are some e-commerce plugins that are more specialized than WooCommerce. However, none of them offer as many extensions or are as popular. Moreover, WooCommerce lets you enable PayPal payments in a matter of minutes.
The plugin has worked fine for the past few months, but for the last 3 days, I’ve had issues with it not loading on the page when I open my computer in the morning.
If you doing something for free and your users are willing to contribute, you can add a donation tab on your website and encourage people to contribute to your project.