I’m having trouble with the variables. They aren’t showing up in brackets like in the example.
Another question I have is, is it possible to use variation control on price and shipping as well? .
Shopping cart software is useful for businesses that want to establish or expand their sales in the online space. In the absence of this software, customers may have to directly reach out to the seller via phone or email to place orders. For the seller, this lack could mean having to manually handle tasks such as processing payments or monitoring inventory, which is time-consuming and error-prone.
If you want to build an online shop for free without using WooCommerce, the WordPress Simple PayPal Shopping Cart plugin can be an excellent choice for you. It does not only let you sell but also allows you to have options to glue multiple offers on your site. It is a lightweight plugin, so you never have to worry about your site load speed.
The site is http://www.stitchnow.net It is the first product on the 3rd page of the online store page, labeled coming soon-an orange shirt, in case you ant to look at the set up
using it on http://www.lecompt.com/ecommerce any reason why it just adds 1 item? see the url and the LeCompt Gear page add 2 cd’s only the last one shows up any reason to that? Do you know if it’s possible to code the Variation Control into the template directly?
Hi I have a test domain at http://videofusion.tv and I’m having problems with the graphics in the cart being the wrong size.
The variation does not show up on the Paypal checkout page. Does anyone know if there is anyway for the user to see it there ? How does the vendor get notified of the variation ? Could anyone help me out here? I have a question. If I would like to sell digital downloads, so after they pay I give them the link to automatically download the file, do I have a way to send them to that specific page for the product. I have not been able to find this info here.
OpenCart helpfully suggests a few PHP developers on its site. Hiring a dev to do maintenance is a cost you will have to take into account, though.
In the table below you will see a comparison of two WordPress ecommerce plugins: WordPress Shopping Cart and WP eStore. Take a look at how they rank and score by the amount of key features they offer.
This plugin helps you give your customers more options, which is great for increasing engagement and boosting sales.
Note: If you are selling directly via a payment gateway, then you need to create and host a payment form and then integrate this form with a payment gateway.
Easy and intuitive setup that takes only a few minutes.Multiple payment gateways including Stripe and Google Pay.Premium extensions are available for Facebook and Instagram integration.
Like Simple PayPal Shopping Cart, both physical and virtual (digital) products can be sold in the store and be part of a single purchase. This plugin allows for coupon codes to offer customers discounts, has a built in tool for sending HTML newsletters, lets you apply different attributes like color and size to products, and much more.
Be sure and modify the Shopping Cart title field as the default is “Your Shopping Cart” which may not be appropriate for your production site. One interesting consistency with plugins developed by Tips & Tricks HQ is the double use of fields as both text and image fields. As an example in this plugin, you can customize what is displayed when the cart is empty. You can place text in that field, or the URL of an image to represent an empty cart. Same for the “add to cart” button.
Is there any way to add a text field next to the item (not on the checkout page)?
Hi Jared, you can use this plugin for donation (http://www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/wordpress-paypal-donation-plugin-942)