WordPress is a popular blogging platform that’s simple to set up and easy to use. While some use WordPress to host a hobby blog or a family newsletter, others have much bigger plans. That’s because, in the right hands, a WordPress account can become a reliable money maker.
I implemented the WordPress PayPal Plugin on one of my client’s websites and it’s working correctly. Thank you for developing and supporting this this plugin. .
If you are a non-English speaker please help translate WP PayPal into your language. Additional Documentation Add automatic discount to a buy button Subscriptions & Recurring Payments Setup Installation Go to the Add New plugins screen in your WordPress Dashboard Click the upload tab Browse for the plugin file (wp-paypal.zip) on your computer Click “Install Now” and then hit the activate button
Also, what about the giant image button? How do I make if smaller? (Like around 25% of its current size.)
Hi, I added buy now button but the item is to be shipped in different country the shipping price will also change. Is there a way to achieve this ?
It’s clunky as something in the footer of the theme (so after my page loads) attaches those classes, so the only way I can lose them again is by attaching to an onload event, ut alas this means the page renders with shaded boxes then flicks clean!
Here, you’ll be able to customize the default payment page, or create a new one from scratch by selecting Add. You can upload your own logo, add a header image, and change background images and colors. The design will still be relatively basic, but it will at least reflect your branding.
I need to charge 3.1% convenience fee on the total order in shopping cart, Is this possible? Nicki
I know WordPress lets me do a donate button because there’s the option for for ’email’ that just has a link instead of the html code.
With the help of PayPal’s official website, we will generate a code for the PayPal donation button, which we can then use on our website. Here’s how to do so. Sign up for a PayPal account if you haven’t already. While signing up, you will have to choose either a personal or business account. Fill all the required forms depending on your preferences and click on the Sign-Up button. Once your account is created, head over to the PayPal Fundraising Page and click on “Learn more about creating a donate button.” You’ll then be greeted by a pop-up box showing you a few steps to create the button. Click on the Create Button on the first step. You will now be redirected to another page where you can create your donate button by filling simple details. Select the Donation option from the drop-down under the button type. You can also customize the donate button if you’re not that fond of the stock design. After that, you’ll have to decide whether you want donors to donate a fixed amount or any amount they wish. Select either your primary email address or a secure merchant account ID. Now, click on Step 2 menu and save your PayPal button for later use. With Step 3, you can customize the donors’ experience with features such as special message/thank you note, redirect URL once the donation is completed or shipping details of donors if you’d like to send them some physical gift. After selecting all the necessary options, you can go ahead and hit the option that says ‘Create a Donate Button.’
Features that make WordPress Simple PayPal Shopping Cart a great WordPress plugin: Intuitive Cart Works With Any WordPress Theme Supports Digital Products Paypal Payment Buttons
In this article, we’ll introduce you to eight of the best WordPress PayPal plugins you can use to add support for this platform. They’ve been chosen based on their feature sets, rating and reviews, support, and pricing.
Great Plug-In! When I try to override the “subscribe” button it won’t seem to use my image override, just the default.
Thank you for the list of plugins. I have used the Zingiri Webshop plugin which is incredibly unreliable. I will certainly try some on the list.
The plugin is compatible with most WordPress themes and is a great option to quickly add a shopping cart function to your site.
I have always preferred WooCommerce and the fact that it’s easily usable with Divi and other WordPress themes makes it the best choice!
This may work best for some who want all the work done for them. For those who want more control over their venture, nothing beats WordPress!