It’s moderately easy to install OpenCart — as with other software installations — it just requires some basic knowledge of how FTP, MYSQL, web servers etc. work.
However, if you want more control over the selling process, you might want to look into the next two options. The following options won't require any code either (just shortcodes). .
First, you can fully expect more configuration if you go with a WordPress based shopping cart. There will be more settings to go through as you map your products to courses, implement add-ons, add other settings, and then test.
With the ability to make CSS and HTML customizations, as well as compatibility with dozens of payment gateways, WP eCommerce is a strong solution. The plugin also incorporates important marketing tools, such as share buttons and related products.
The core Ecwid eCommerce Shopping Cart plugin is free to use and there are premium plans too. They start at $15 per month up to $99 per month. Some apps are free while others cost from $3.50 per month up to $130 per month.
Convert new visitors into first-time buyers and existing customers into repeat buyers.
You still have to account for the price of developing your store with Spree Commerce if you run a business. The development with this software usually goes very quickly, though, so you can expect to have your store online in no time.
Spree Commerce uses Active Merchant, which is Shopify’s library of payment processors. 144 gateways are supported. This includes big ones like Stripe and PayPal and dozens of country-specific gateways. You can also gain access to a few extra gateways like Apple Pay through integrations.
I’m not sure if that’s a bug, perhaps an incentive to upgrade, or (typical) user error on my part here. The image I’m trying does work with other button types. Jim Little I was just building a separate test page to send you, and of course in so doing the symptom went away. But I think I see how/why it happened. I had the src=”1″ in the wrong position within the block of code. It was at the end, after my filepath and success/cancel page definitions, but moving it back in the order looks like it’s fixed things. David Hoskins same problem with the open in new page option, only works when you refresh the page [wp_paypal button="subscribe" name="Weight Loss Coaching & Training" amount="69.00" recurrence="1" period="M" src="1" button_image="https://hoskinsfitness.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/btn_signupnow-1.png" target="_blank"] BOB JOHNSEN
You can also input a cart value that when exceeded, shipping will be free of cost.
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Further, this user-friendly interface will act as a catalyst for the selling of items, both tangible products as well as digital downloads like e-books (PDF), music (MP3, Wav, MP4) through your WordPress website.
All the basic settings for your online store have now been configured. As long as you have an account with the payment gateway you selected, you’re good to go.
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@John, Please provide the shortcode and a link to the page in question so I can check it. return="https://dev.swift-owners-club.com/index.php/test-pp-response?res=complete&id=100" cancel_return="https://dev.swift-owners-club.com/index.php/test-pp-response?res=cancelled&id=100" button_image="https://www.paypalobjects.com/webstatic/en_US/i/buttons/buy-logo-large.png"] When I run this it shows the correct info in PayPal and claims a payment has been made but that never appears in my test store. There’s also no cancel button and the Return to Seller button doesn’t work!
They provide the same apparent effect with a sliding minicart that comes in from the right. The cart appears with a small animation, which is good because the human eye reacts to movement, and it’s a subtle visual cue that indicates the shift from visitor to buyer.