the thing for my brother so how do you put it in there here’s the product page that’s where the button is going to go I have it set that it opens PayPal checkout in a new tab all the rest of
Hi Noon, Sorry for the late reply! Anyway I did the name=”” and that worked great. Regarding the “Pay Now” button, in our case it would make more sense for the button to say “Pay Now” other than “Buy Now”. Just a wording change. Understand that I am not being critical of your plug in. I tried a few of them and trust me this one is by far the most efficient! Thanks again for your time, consideration and responses. .
@David, This happens in the backend after receiving IPN from PayPal. With echo or print_r statement you won’t really know if the code was executed. Kelly Buehner
The plugin can send multiple emails with different content and with optional coupons that brings in more sales to your WooCommerce store. WooCommerce Recover Abandoned Cart can easily recover the lost sales and bring in more revenue to your online business.
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I have had a couple of minor issues and the on-line support has been outstanding in both cases they were great to deal with, very helpful and quick to resolve.
You can place a the Cart button anywhere on your site where you want to sell something. Your customers can use their PayPal account to pay for your products or services or they can pay by Debit or Credit Card.
In case you don’t want to bother with installing plugins, let us show you how to add the PayPal button directly from their website.
So how does this work, I create a page on the site, and paste the buy nnow button, add to cart, and cancel and return code on the page? So for product variations, I’d need to create each indevidual page?
PayPal Checkout buttons on product and cart pages is meant to reduce the amount of data entry required by the customer. To achieve this, PayPal sends the customer’s billing information after they log into PayPal and authorize the transaction. Customer shops on your siteCustomer adds products to CartCustomer reviews Cart pageFrom the Cart page customer selects “Checkout with PayPal” buttonThe customer is redirected to PayPal, and WooCommerce sends the order subtotal, customer information, and shipping address to PayPal (Customers can enter a new shipping address).Customer logs in to PayPal and authorizes the transaction*PayPal redirects the customer back to WooCommerce and sends authorization token and customer’s billing informationOn the WooCommerce Review Order page, the customer reviews any taxes and chooses a shipping optionThe customer finalizes the order, and the transaction is completed with PayPal
@Steve, Still there is no content in the log file after you enabled it and made a test purchase? Does it at least show a message if you reset the log?
You cannot have the “PayPal Sandbox” option turned on and use production API credentials. Go to https://developer.paypal.com/ and create a Buyer and a Seller profile to create a sandbox account.
I suspect that the problem is with the getToken function in catalog/includes/modules/payment/paypal_payflow_link.php, furnished by PayPal. But I haven't taken the time to examine the values for $key and for $value when the function is working and when it is not working. I would look for either an "=" or an "&" in a $key or in the $value. Such a character could throw everything off since keys and values are paired using the equal sign and separated from each other using the ampersand, i.e.:
You enter a sales video (URL or Video ID) and a thank you video, and you are done!
Quick Shop is a simple, yet complete and free WordPress shopping cart plugin option for basic users. It adds a sidebar widget that shows the users what they currently have in the cart and allows them to remove the items. They can also place tags in their post that will generate a form to add products to the cart. A handy little feature of Quick Shop is the TinyMCE inventory listing button that allows users to easily add products to posts or pages. Besides, Quick Shop has the integration with the CFormsII plugin, full range of formatting for widget layout, ability to add drop-down product options, and WordPress MU compatibility.
Unfortunately, I updated the plugin, but it is still not working (i.e. requiring a shipping address). We recently received a $45 donation, but we’re going to have to return it because the donor neglected to share their shipping address (we sent her an email, but she’s not responding and we dare not wait for her to complain and incur the wrath of PayPal).