@ThumbOne, There is a separate documentation page for it: https://wphowto.net/how-to-create-a-paypal-subscription-button-in-wordpress-911 Caterina
WP EasyCart is simple to use e-Commerce plugin. By using WP EasyCart, you can transform your website into an eCommerce website within minutes. It is ideal for selling both digital and hardware. You can get started with the free version of the plugin which lets you set up your website with unlimited orders, products, and Paypal payment method. However, if you are looking for more control and want to add more payment methods, you can always choose the professional and premium solution. Other key features supported by the plugin are localization, shipping feature, analytics and much more! .
You also get a decent number of features to engage and secure customers. This includes tools for email marketing, discounts, coupons, gift certificates, and a bunch of other options.
[wp_paypal button="subscribe" name="uyelik test" a1="0" p1="1" t1="W" amount="30.00" tax_rate="5.00" recurrence="1" period="W" src="1"]
Many platforms take the small, time-consuming tasks out of your hands so that you can focus entirely on growing your business. Things like invoice generation, shipping label creation, and even email marketing lists can all be managed by the platform. All you have to do is make sure traffic is being driven to the store and let the platform do the leg work.
Basically a shopping cart allows you to select and de-select items to purchase, and once you have finished, to then go ahead and purchase them.
So, FYI, in accordance with the above, your documented functionality of [wp_paypal button="buynow" name="My product" amount=""] does not work; it throws an error message stating “Amount cannot be empty”
Second, WooCommerce also has a very strong feature set for setting up a shopping cart using WordPress. Whether you sell socks or software, whatever your wares, WooCommerce can handle it. Accept Payments through PayPal, credit cards, from other payment gateways, BACS and even accept cash on delivery Support various types of shipping, whether you need flat rate, free shipping, or other distribution methods Handle all your inventory with an intuitive user interface Handle all local taxes easily
There are 2,100 add-ons for extending your store’s functionality. This covers additional admin tools, international shipping carrier integrations, sidebar modules and widgets, and a lot more.
This is one of the best and complete Solution to sell any type of Digital Products (ebooks, files, themes, plugins, courses etc) from Your WordPress Blog Securely.
ShopperPress is a fully featured shopping cart plugin for WordPress that is created with the idea of turning your WordPress blog into a total ecommerce store. ShopperPress does this by making the shopping cart software a theme that can be easily installed and maintained. This plugin includes all the necessary features, including custom variables, promotion abilities (coupon codes, discounts, etc.), Adsense integration with dedicated advertising slots, and shipping/tax options, multiple options (weight, sizes, brands, etc), and various ways for listing products. Free version can be downloaded from WordPress plugin website, paid version starts at $69.
Irrespective of the WordPress theme that your website carries, you can add a nice PayPal sidebar widget onto your website with this PayPal Simple Donation Widget. The site users can either choose one PayPal button from 3 default buttons or they can craft one on their own. This plugin provides a special option through which users can attach custom text before the button. It can be installed quite easily and configured with ease.
I am using WP and just installed “Simple Ecommerce Shopping Cart” and CANNOT at any products to my store (which I renamed..does that matter?)
Alternatively, you can go for a builder plugin like the Elementor WooCommerce Builder. Just make sure the plugin is compatible with WooCommerce and not only WordPress, or else it might break your online shopping cart software.
The smallest plan is somewhat limited. It lacks some integrations, has no affiliate system and preorders, and doesn’t let you sell through Amazon or eBay.
Doesn’t have a mobile version by default. Fortunately, there are responsive themes available in the download & extend section of Drupal.
Real, digital and subscription products can all be sold through WooCommerce, and it's one of the few plugins that allow you to scale up quickly as your company grows. Along with several marketing extensions (email marketing and social media,) dozens of the top payment gateways, and extensive product pages with variants, groups, and affiliates, the feature-set defeats all other offerings from free ecommerce plugins.