The first shortcode is wp_cart_button. You can use the attributes name and price with this shortcode in order to add an item to a post or page. For example, if I was selling an eBook, I could use something like [ wp_cart_button name=”My Fantastic eBook” price=”9.95″ ].
[wp_cart_button name=”Test Product” price=”29.95″ var1=”Size|small|medium|large” var2=”Color|red|green|blue” var3=”Sleeve|short|full”] Installation Unzip and Upload the folder ‘wordpress-paypal-shopping-cart’ to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress Go to Settings of this plugin and configure the options (for example: your email, Shopping Cart name, Return URL etc.) Use the shortcode to add a product to a post or page where you want it to appear. FAQ Can this plugin be used to accept paypal payment for a service or a product? Does this plugin use a return URL to redirect customers to a specified page after PayPal has processed the payment? .
Now the plugin is activated and you must access the WordPress dashboard and move the cursor to Settings page and then hit the WP Shopping Cart.
Finally, Selz eCommerce Shopping Cart is free, although transaction fees apply – and you only pay when you make a sale. Offers secure download options for digital goods. Supports delivery options for physical product sales. Provides an app store to help enhance your store’s functionality. Supports one-click selling and sharing for Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook. Includes a Facebook-specific store template.
To add a plugin to your List, go to a plugin page and click the "Add to List" button. A popup box will appear where you can select in which of your list you want to add this plugin. You can add a note if you want, this note will appear below the plugin in your list.
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Those who want a fast, simple solution for accepting PayPal payments, should have a look at WP Easy PayPal Payment Accept plugin. As its name suggests, it’s ideal for accepting any sort of payments in one click. All you need to do is to create the payment buttons on the fly and embed them anywhere on your site. Apart from this, you can add multiple payment widgets for different services and products. Depending on your location and shipping policy, you can decide which currency you want to use to accept the payments. Plus, your users can specify which amount they wish to pay. This is especially practical if you run a donations website. After the payment, customers can be returned to the specific page, which is a good way to complete the payment/donation experience. Quick Installation and Setup Paypal Buttons Multiple Payment Widget Accept Donations Supports Variable Payment Amounts
You can also pick among a few variations of the button, and set whether you want PayPal to open in the same or in a new window:
You’ve come to the right place. In this article, we will present three different shopping carts that integrate easily with WordPress. Two of these solutions are free, open-source software, while the other one is SaaS (software as a service).
1. First, download the plugin from either the developers site, or the WordPress plugin repository.
WordPress Simple PayPal Shopping Cart is a simple yet feature rich plugin. It works well for selling products online with the click of a button from your WordPress site. You can add the ‘Add to Cart’ button for the product on any pages or posts with the help of this plugin. You can add and display the shopping cart on any page or post or side bar.
If you have a WooCommerce site, accepting PayPal payments is simple: All you have to do is install this plugin for an integrated PayPal gateway. Visitors to your site will be able to choose from four payment methods and then be directed straight to the iframe provided by PayPal to complete their purchase.
After that, you’ll need to have a product or service that people want, and are willing to buy from your site.
The following video tutorials on the plugin installation and usage guide is a good starting point:
WooCommerce is likely the first shopping cart you will come across when you first start looking into WordPress-based shopping carts.
As this plugin works with every WordPress theme and follows best responsiveness practices, you can be sure your shopping cart will look amazing on any device.