YAK is a free plugin that creates a simple shopping cart that associates products with posts, so it turns posts and pages ID into product ID and the post description to an item description. YAK handles different types of product through categories, and provides customizable purchase options (cheque or deposit, basic credit card form, basic Google Checkout integration, standard PayPal integration, PayPal Payments Pro, and Authorize.net). YAK also supports downloadable products, multiple product types, order administration, promotions, SSL and Sales Reports. Plus this plugin has three screens for simplicity: one for showing and fulfilling orders, another for product management, and basic sales reports.
This is one more full cycle eCommerce solution that provides you with both basic and ancillary functionality. .
Type in your personal information such as first name, last name, and email address. Create a password and select the Next button to proceed.
Additionally, you’ll have a chance to expand the plugin’s functionality with premium extensions, among which are integrations with external payment providers. This will let you accept payments online and turn your products catalog into a fully-fledged online shop.
Benefit from our built-in SEO. Easy manage products, customers, orders, taxes rules, coupon codes and more.
I was so looking forward to using this. But I need the “Custom Buy Now Amount” feature. However, when I leave the amount blank, I get “Amount cannot be empty.”
Upon installation, you will see the following items appear in the menu to the left:
What can I do, besides calling my developper who is currently on holidays in Asia, of course ?
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Configuring this addon is very easy. Simply go to the following WooCommerce settings area to enable the PayPal Pro gateway and enter your PayPal Pro API details:
If the above method seems like a lot of work for you, you can simply use the Wordpress plugin to implement the donate button on your website.
Customer will not leave your site. Customer will be asked to enter his credit card details in your site and the card details will be sent to the paypal in the background (using cURL) and the results will be displayed immediately.
Customers will see the option to use PayPal Credit or Pay In 4 on checkout, if the checkbox for Enable PayPal Credit to eligible customers is ticked in the PayPal Checkout Display Settings and if the customer is in an eligible location.
Thanks for help. I dbl-checked the settings and it was already set to Paypal Account optional. Appreciate your help.
You can request sandbox credentials in the same way you request live credentials once your account is set up. Put the seller’s API credentials into the WooCommerce admin for PayPal Checkout and use the buyer’s credentials to test purchases with.
Our final decision was based on quite a few factors, but overall, WooCommerce (read our WooCommerce review) is completely free for making a pretty substantial online store, and the market is catered around WooCommerce, with developers making all sorts of extensions and themes that integrate with the plugin. The reason for this is that WooCommere is open source, giving users the benefit of open and active development and support community.
When you’re done, return to the PayPal Donations settings screen, and paste the name of your custom payment page. Directly below, you can also select where customers are returned post-donation – I recommend creating a dedicated “Thank You” page.