@Kobi, You’re welcome. If you like the plugin don’t forget to give it a rating: https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/wp-paypal/reviews/?filter=5 Henry Grant
This will let you compare the tools and decide if the functionality of this or that one is sufficient for you. .
The WP EasyCart Shopping Cart and eCommerce Store is one of the WordPress ecommerce plugins you don’t hear about much in blog posts like these. However, it’s starting to gain attention–and for good reason. Sometimes it seems like even basic plugins such as WooCommerce, Cart66, or Easy Digital Downloads still aren’t the right levels for small business owners. They most definitely have the knowledge to learn about those ecommerce building tools, but having the time to do so is a different story. WP EasyCart is built for small business owners who want to create a beautiful online store without needing to train at all. The store would still run on WordPress, but it provides a stunningly fast configuration process and understandable tools meant only for those non-developers out there.
The plugin supports WooCommerce Multi-Currency and is also WPML compatible. It also maintains a complete report of the abandoned and recovered carts in a dashboard panel. You can even integrate YITH WooCommerce Email Templates along with YITH WooCommerce Recover Abandoned Cart to send a professional & customized abandoned cart notification to your customers. The plugin can help you with recovering lost sales and adds more revenue to your WooCommerce business.
We’ll follow a similar path as the credit card examples above. We will use the PayPal Buy Now Button plugin and integrate payments into WPForms.
All of the stores you build with Ecwid can be as well integrated with Facebook or Instagram: сonnect the shop from your own website to your business’s Facebook Page or Business Page on Instagram and get all the products automatically synced (available for paid pricing plans only).
Hi Noor – In the full editor UI, I don’t see a shortcode block. Do you know where I might find it? samuel cousin
With the PayPal Express Checkout Payment Gateway for WooCommerce plugin, you can accept credit card and PayPal payments through a secure PayPal payment gateway on your WooCommerce store. Your customers will be able to use their credit cards, debit cards, or PayPal money to make their orders directly from the cart page. Another great thing about the plugin is that it provides a faster checkout experience to the customers because it skips the order review page.
With the above in mind, if you'd like to create custom Pro-Form templates, please check your /s2member-pro/includes/templates/forms/ directory. You can take s2Member's default Pro-Form templates, and place some (or all of them) into your own WordPress theme directory. By placing custom templates into your active WordPress theme directory, you can be sure they won't get overwritten in a future upgrade of s2Member. s2Member will automatically detect the presence of your custom template files, using those instead of its default templates. Tip: Custom template files can also be placed inside of your /wp-content/ directory. s2Member will find them there also. Remote Communication w/ s2Member Pro Advanced
t3: Regular billing cycle units. This is the units of the regular billing cycle (p3, above) Acceptable values are: D (days), W (weeks), M (months), Y (years)
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.
Did the change have anything to do with the quotation marks? I was looking at the code more carefully and realized that they were not all the same – some were vertical and some were slanted. I changed them all to vertical and I got the image. And when I copied your code the undefined_quantity parameter worked as well. Thank you! I get the donate button, and the PayPal window appears in a new tab, but the name does not appear. What am I doing wrong? Is it the double quotes again? I tried copying the double quote from the button type value and pasting it around the name value, but the name value still does not appear on the PayPal screen.
@PIERRE, I have just released an update adding this feature. Please update the plugin and use the “notify_url” parameter in the shortcode to send notification to a different URL (e.g. notify_url="https://mydomain.com/test-page/").
Payment gateway support can’t be stressed enough. You’ll want to ensure that your plugin choice supports as many payment gateways as possible, without compromising on features.
SBen, were you ever able to solve this problem? I am receiving the exact same error message (Error: Invalid Merchant or Merchant doesn't exist!) when I attempt to check out with certain items in my cart.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re starting out or you’ve been in the game for a long time, a little financial support on the way is going to help you a lot in the long run.