s2Member is powered almost entirely by WordPress shortcodes, making complex integrations quick & easy. Sell recurring (or non-recurring) subscriptions with lots of flexibility. Or sell "Buy Now" access in various ways. You can also sell specific Posts/Pages, sell access to file downloads, or sell Custom Capabilities that provide highly configurable access to specific portions of your content.
Yes, I already enabled now the debug. Btw, do you have a testing paypal account? Because that was my boss paypal account. I don’t want to bother him that the first thing we test are not successful. .
All of your inventory and sales are managed from one dashboard. BigCommerce also has something called headless commerce, where WordPress resources are handled on the frontend to free up space and speed up processing payments and catalog management on the backend.
Leaving the ethics of forking and commercializing open source projects untouched, we’ll let you judge the two plugins by the range of functions they provide today; however, it still has to be noted that for quite a long time Jigoshop kept staying one of the most stable and powerful eCommerce platforms on WordPress and was regarded as a fully comprehensive alternative to Woo.
Attempting to use your plugin also, it’s great and seems to have all the functionality. However, I am with the couple people above, the button is huge, distorted, and goes across my webpage. How can I fix this? See Link below:
What is the suitable page where the customer should be redirected after a successful payment? I don’t get it? I mean, if he paid, it seems to me that he will be in the loop if I send him again to the registration page. After successfull registration process is user always redirected to the homepage with notification message displayed in header of website. In case of payments, you can select in Theme Options page where is user redirected after successfull or unsuccessfuly payment process – more information are available in documentation of appropriate payments plugin.
Hello. I am trying to upload WP Paypal buttons to my WP site, but the directions do not match what I am seeing on the WP page. There is no Upload button for Plugins. There is nothing on the Admin screen that seems to correspond to these directions.
WP EasyCart is an eCommerce store and shopping cart plugin for WordPress websites. Once installed and activated, the plugin will help you set up a fully functional ecommerce shopping cart store ready in a matter of minutes.
@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
With this option, you can restrict a form to work within a limited time-frame. For instance, you want to take payment for one week during special promotion. After that, the promo will be terminated. Well, form scheduling can help you make this possible. Whenever you have to accomplish an event within a particular time-frame, set the checkout form following the schedule.
There are multiple WordPress plugins you can add to your website, but the ones we liked the most are the PayPal Buy Now Button and the WordPress Simple PayPal Shopping Cart.
[wp_paypal button=”buynow” name=”NHS Charities Together” amount=”5.00″ currency=”GBP” return=”https://coronapubquiz.uk/quiz-2/”] Kobi Bentata
@Jack, I have just released an update to support this parameter in the donate button.
By the way, did you perhaps notice the shopping cart icon in the page/post editor? That’s the quite handy WP Cart Shortcode.
@Suzanne, I see an empty space just before the URL. Please remove it. Please also provide a link to the page where you have the button. Nicole Bolin