@PIERRE, I have just released an update adding this feature. Please update the plugin and use the “notify_url” parameter in the shortcode to send notification to a different URL (e.g. notify_url="https://mydomain.com/test-page/").
Coupons, discounts, gift certificates, call for price, minimum or maximum order limits, quantity discounts, attributes, customizable store layout, enable/disable products or categories, create categories and subcategories, integrate with phpBB (forum software), upload multiple images, customer access control to buying and viewing prices, showcase only mode (a store without prices and checkout functionality), search & advanced search functionality, META tags, sort options, newsletters, breadcrumbs, advertising banners, group pricing, low order fees, order management, product reviews, multi-language support, multi-currency support, tax rates, shipping rates, maintenance mode and more. .
Plans start from $25 per month and scale up to $300 per month (depending on the size of your operation). AmeriCommerce also has payment processing available, at a cost of 2.9% of the transaction, plus $0.30 per transaction. Alternatively, the system integrates with 40+ payment processing platforms, including PayPal, Stripe, and others. So, you don’t have to use AmeriCommerce’s in-house payment processing, but the option is there.
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While the lite version allows you to create unlimited products and categories, there are limitations on how many orders your store can generate and how many customers you can have. So even if your store doesn’t generate too many sales, you might still reach the limit if you plan on using the software for a long time. Therefore, this software seems more like a trial version.
Managing everything else is intuitive as well. Granted, the dashboard looks a little dated, but this hardly matters.
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@Anwar, I just checked one of the buttons. Are you using your live PayPal account credentials in test mode? For testing you need to use a sandbox account created at https://developer.paypal.com/. Alternatively you can disable test mode in the plugin settings.
WooCommerce also has a massive community and probably gets the most attention out of all shopping carts. There’s an ocean of resources on getting the most out of your WooCommerce store, so you should have no problems if you’re the DIY type.
The Callaway Gold Pre-Owned store is also interesting because it sells second-hand golf clubs and accessories.
@Henry, What do you mean by Pay Now buttons? Do you want to change the button image? If you leave the item name parameter empty (name=””) it should show a description box on the payment page.
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Good morning Noor. Thank you for your response. In the course of trying to trouble shoot this I realized I can just add my PayPal me link to my Word Press site if I can’t get the buttons to work. That said I would like to get the buttons to work:-) So my PayPal me link works and I’ve received money using it before. I’ve entered all the information including my PayPal email address and merchant ID into the plugin fields on Word Press, so I don’t know what else could be wrong. If you don’t have anymore tips, I’ll contact PayPal to see if my account is “active” or “inactive”.
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The options for building an online store seem to grow more plentiful by the year. You have your SaaS (software as a service) platforms like Shopify and BigCommerce, along with the just as powerful WordPress ecommerce plugins. Both provide advantages, but there’s nothing quite like being able to turn your current WordPress site into a fully functional online store. One day you could be blogging and growing followership, and the next day you can launch a product gallery with eBooks and merchandise.
One of the many benefits of WooCommerce is that it gives us pre-designed and coded templates to work with. The problem is that those template files are located in the plugin folder. And if the plugin updates in the future (which it most certainly will), any changes we make to the template will get lost. Since directly editing plugin files is a big ol’ no-no in WordPress, WooCommerce lets us modify the files by making copies of them that go in the theme folder. That will work as long as we do this in our functions.php or functionality plugin somewhere:
t3: Regular billing cycle units. This is the units of the regular billing cycle (p3, above) Acceptable values are: D (days), W (weeks), M (months), Y (years)