Well I found where it happens. Did I ever mention how much I detest WordPress and will lost it as soon as I can? Anyhow its in this line of JS:
You can accept payments using any of the 15 built-in popular payment gateways, including Stripe, PayPal, and Authorize.net. It means You don’t need to pay few hundreds of dollars extra to premium add-ons. .
Paypal, COD, check, Authorize.net, CyberSource, PayflowPro, 2Checkout, WonderPay.
Another great one, especially if you’re looking to create a sales funnel, is the Upsell Plugin (upsellplugin.com) John Bauer March 4, 2020 at 10:15 pm
Add unlimited products in the free versionSell both physical and digital productsSimple interface for small businessBusiness-oriented extensionsCheaper ExtensionsRobust marketing toolsOrder management 30+ Payment gatewaysShipping and taxesMulti-currency and multi-language support
The first thing to do, as usual, is to go to Plugins > Add New and find, install and activate the WordPress Simple PayPal Shopping Cart plugin.
OpenCart is free to download, use, and modify. You can create as many websites as you want with no restrictions.
Operating in over 170 countries, CS-Cart has proven to be fit for international retail. Consequently, it features 70 different payment processors. You’ll never have to worry about payment processing.
It’s not my paypal account and I’ve advised that it must be on that end. It’s happening with the PayPal option and the credit card option. Thanks,Lorie
Another popular free online store plugin for WordPress with almost 100,000 downloads, is TheCartPress eCommerce Shopping Cart.
If you’ve ever used WordPress, you’ve probably heard of WooCommerce. Like WordPress, it is owned by Automattic and is the most popular ecommerce plugin for WordPress. Some sources estimate it powers more than 28% of all ecommerce websites on the internet.
With online stores that sell cosmetic products and e-commerce stores in general, there is typically some discount offered. But only a few online stores build the coupon code into their page.
It’s easy to get started with an eCommerce site using the WooCommerce plugin for many reasons. First of all, it runs on top of your current WordPress installation. Once installed and activated, it adds a separate control panel to your website, which lets you keep an eye on your sales and management options for individual products.
Here is another free PayPal plugin you can download and use on your WordPress website or WooCommerce store for enabling payments using PayPal. You can use this plugin on your website in four different ways as shown below.
To find the unique combination of design, textual stuffing, complementary products, you need to experiment. Use different inscriptions, colors, checkout button sizes, placement for complementary products, and so on. A good adviser to evaluate your work may be Google Website Optimizer we have wrote about lately.
Authorize.net, ChronoPay, Inpay, Ipayment, Moneybookers, check or money order, NOCHEX, Paypal, PayPoint.net SECPay, 2Checkout, PSIGate, RBS WorldPay hosted, Sage Pay, Sofortüberweisung Direkt.
Simplifying the checkout process, providing upfront prices, clear payment methods and transparent shipping costs, can preempt customer inconveniences and dramatically reduce pre-abandonment dropouts.