This is the documentation index page for the WP Simple Shopping Cart plugin. It links to all the different documentation pages for this plugin. You can bookmark this page for easy access in the future.
This is a stage where customers can abandon purchases. Perhaps they’re unsure about some aspects of the product or delivery, and a little assistance from customer service can persuade them to continue with the purchase. .
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And sure, you can offer incentives to make people register or sign in before purchasing. But even then, you shouldn’t make people go through the process – you should make it optional. Give your customers the option and let them choose the way they want to shop. You can always offer them to sign up after they’ve made the purchase.
Customers need to feel welcome and personally secure with the site they are purchasing from. Broken links, low-quality images, unresponsive pages, and site timeouts can cause visitors to lose trust in your brand and lose confidence in their purchasing decisions.
Since CMSs have become very popular over the past few years, more and more people started developing add-ons for them. As a result, there are quite a few ecommerce add-ons available.
The product details are tied into each button. It uses the a streamlined checkout process through the PayPal web site. There is no need to store customers personal and financial information freeing the shop owner from having to put in place the necessary security and privacy information. Naturally, PayPal profile based shipping is supported.
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Hi! I’m using the custom button image option and it’s not stable. It keeps flipping back to the stock button upon refresh and/or clearing cache. Any idea what the problem is? Thanks
Let’s make a copy of that file and create the file path they suggest in the theme:
BigCommerce isn’t free. It costs from $29.95 per month up to $299.95 per month for non-enterprise stores. You do get a lot for your money but it is something to bear in mind.
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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.
The platform includes total orders, sales, customers, people online, sales analytics, and other widgets. OpenCart offers users the ability to manage multiple stores from one admin interface where you can list products, choose a different theme for each store, localize store settings, and even set product prices per store. When it comes to product features such as size and color features, OpenCart offers a solution for adding extra product variables.
Hello, I am using Version 22.214.171.124 of the plug-in. From it’s description it would do exactly what I wanted so I installed it and did some tests. All went well until I tried to use the ‘return’ & ‘cancel_return’ parameters. Eventually, by viewing the page source, I discovered that those 2 parameters were not included with the other shortcode parameters. This turned out to be a space that had appeared in the urls which I hadn’t spotted due to line wrapping in the editor. It now works great on my live website so I copied it to my dev site to amend and use for another payment. I’m now back to where I was – it ignores ‘return’ & ‘cancel_return’ and cannot find out why. Any advice to track down the problem would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
You build your store on its platform and then integrate it into your WordPress website with a plugin.