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Paypal Buy Now Button


You can place a PayPal Buy Now button anywhere on your site where you want to sell something. Your customers can use their PayPal account to pay for your products or services or they can pay by Debit or Credit Card.




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In your page or post editor, you will see a button called PayPal Button to create shortcodes automatically.Or if you want to manually make a PayPal button place [wpecpp name='Product name goes here' price='6.99'] in a post or page where you want your a PayPal button to show.


If you only want to add 2 choices (two Add to Cart buttons), make your life easier by using the Unframed and Framed artwork settings.See this FAQ for full details:Show Options for Framed or Unframed Art


NOTE: Custom PayPal buttons are generated through your Paypal account. Sales via a custom button do not go through the FASO cart. Hence, they will not listed in the Sales and Customers screen and will not receive a FASO sale notification. For custom buttons your client/transaction details will only show in your Paypal account. Sale notifications will come directly from Paypal.


This is an awesome plug-in to create simple PayPal buttons with some customization. The Pro version gives you all the features you need when wanting a simple checkout for your buyers, that doesn't need a cart feature. It saves you not having to use PayPal's API to set up auto emails etc. I can now edit things via WP in seconds, instead of having to mess with FTP and all that.


  • 2.1.118/27/18

  • Fix - Pay Now button image option was displaying the Buy Now button image.

  • 2.1.101/31/18

  • Fix - Paymentaction variable bug.

  • 2.1.911/10/17

  • Fix - Shortcode bug.

  • 2.1.811/5/17

  • Fix - PayPal landing page bug.

  • 2.1.710/19/17

  • Added - Added global setting for the ability to choose the PayPal landing page.

  • 2.1.610/19/17

  • Added - Added the ability to choose the PayPal landing page on the button editor page.

  • Fix - Admin menu settings issue

  • 2.1.59/7/17

  • Added - Added CSS ID for Coupon Code field - #wpecpp_coupon_code

  • 2.1.46/19/17

  • Bug fix - Facebook Browser was redirecting to PayPal home page.

  • 2.1.34/15/16

  • Bug fix - Price option and using a coupon code occassionaly resulted in number rounding errors.

  • 2.1.23/23/16

  • Added feature - Option on settings page -> Shipping tab to not require a customers address or to require a customer to enter an address.

  • 2.1.13/22/16

  • Bug fix - Fixed bug that occurs on a small number of servers that doesn\'t allow the settings to save.

  • 2.1.03/14/16

  • Bug fix - Bug fixed that caused licensces to sometimes not activate.

  • 2.0.93/8/16

  • Added feature - New internal upgrade manager.

  • 2.0.811/13/15

  • Added feature - Added English - UK option to language list - this effects which PayPal page the customer is redirected to.

  • 2.0.711/7/15

  • Bug fix - Fixed button display issues that occurs on a small number of sites.

  • 2.0.611/3/15

  • Bug fix - Emails not sending in HTML format due to error caused by senders name feature.

  • 2.0.511/2/15

  • Bug fix - License activation problems

  • 2.0.410/29/15

  • Added feature - Emails can now include a senders from name.

  • 2.0.310/22/15

  • Bug fix - Dropdown menu prices using coupons not being calculated correctly.

  • 2.0.29/23/15

  • Bug fix - IPN update sold inventory problem

  • 2.0.19/3/15

  • Bug fix - coupon percentage not working

  • 2.0Major update - Plugins has been completely rewritten

  • New interface

  • Inventory Management

  • Quanatity Dropdown

  • Coupons

  • Centralized Button Management

  • Direct add - Items can be added and sent to PayPal by URL string

  • PayPal Widget

  • Many other new featuers

  • Lots of Bug fixes

  • 1.6.5Added feature - items weight

  • 1.6.4Added feature to set custom return URL in shortcode creator

  • Price and Name can now be set by the customer

  • 1.6.3Added feature to set payment authorization

  • 1.6.2Added feature to set custom return URL for each button

  • 1.6.1Small bug fixes

  • 1.6Major Release - Many new features and bug fixes.

  • 1.5.1Small fix

  • 1.5Bug fixes

  • 1.4Added ability to specify quantity

  • 1.3New Buy Now Button

  • 1.2Small fixes

  • 1.1New Interface

  • 1.0.0Initial release



But I don't want DONATIONS, I am actually using the pay now and NOT the buy now button so there's nothing to buy, but you pay for something like a VIP service


PayPal gives users the ability to embed "Buy Now" buttons on websites. When these buttons are clicked, the website visitor is taken to a PayPal payment screen where they can fill out their PayPal information and pay you for your goods or services. Unfortunately, these buttons sometimes don't show up well in emails. You can learn how to create an email-friendly "Buy Now" link by following a few steps.


Thanks for sending that on! I've had another look at the account and it looks like your store has the Dynamic checkout button activated. Dynamic checkout buttons are an alternative 'add to cart' button for single products. If you would like to turn this feature off and have the normal 'buy now' button listed, you should be able to do so as mentioned here.


This guide explains how to integrate PayPal one-time purchase and subscription buttons into LeadDyno. The integration between PayPal and LeadDyno allows automated tracking of lead conversion, cancellation, and affiliate compensation for purchases made via PayPal buttons.


PayPal buttons are elements you put on your website that allow consumers to purchase your products or services. To create the buttons, from the PayPal interface, put your mouse over Pay & Get Paid and select PayPal Buttons from the dropdown list.


Subscription buttons allow your customers to subscribe to a recurring service and they are automatically charged based on the Billing Cycle you choose. To get started click Subscribe.


The Code (in this case default) must match the Subscription ID defined for the PayPal button. If you do not supply a Subscription ID in the button, it will use the Default commission plan defined in LeadDyno. Below is an example LeadDyno commission plan.


From a LeadDyno integration perspective, one-time buttons are very similar to subscription buttons. One-time payment buttons are used if you want to sell individual items or a service that does not automatically renew on a specific interval.


Supply an Item name for the button that represents the item being purchased and an Item ID that matches a LeadDyno commission plan code. In the image below, this button would be used to purchase an item named My Widget and associated with the LeadDyno commission plan widget that would give the referring affiliate either a fixed amount or some percentage of the sale.


LeadDyno is able to seamlessly integrate with both one-time and subscription PayPal buttons with no changes to the HTML of the button. The only coordination between the button and LeadDyno is the Item ID (for one-time buttons) or the Subscription ID (for subscription buttons) in the PayPal button editor which needs to match a LeadDyno compensation plan. If the default LeadDyno compensation plan is the desired plan to be used with the transaction, then even this coordination is not required.


This tells the browser to show any element with a class of button to use the styles defined between the curly brackets. In between the curly brackets, play around with a combination of these to create the style you like:


box-shadow allows you to create a shadow under or inside your button. Values are horizontal position, vertical position, blur (optional), spread (optional) and color (optional, default is black). For the horizontal and vertical positions, positive values (i.e. 10px) push it to the right (horizontal) and bottom (vertical), negative values can be used to position the shadow in the opposite direction.


Customers can use the dynamic checkout button to quickly buy the product they're viewing. They skip the cart and complete their payment with the checkout method displayed on the button. The button dynamically changes to reflect the customer's preferred accelerated checkout method.


The button is displayed next to the Add to cart button and can be used to buy only single variants of a product. For example, a customer can use a dynamic checkout button to buy two red t-shirts, but not a red t-shirt and a blue t-shirt.


Branded - These buttons show the logo for a third-party accelerated checkout method. When a customer clicks a branded button, they complete their payment with that accelerated checkout method. The following third-party accelerated checkout methods are available:


Only the payment methods that you've enabled in your payment settings appear as options to your customers. If you don't have a third-party accelerated checkout method enabled, then only the unbranded button is displayed.


Things to know about the Credit Card Option:First, your Item Button Code require no special coding. It's related to how your Account is setup.* Account must be either Premier or Business.* PayPal Account Optional is turned on - this enables non PP Members to pay by Credit Card* The email address you use to log into your PayPal Account must be verified.* The "business" variable value in your button code must be a verified email address or your Business ID.* Bank account registered and verified/tested - so you can transfer funds* Credit card registered - (not required but a good idea)To turn on the PayPal Account Optional feature:Login to your PayPal Account, select "Edit Profile", under "Selling Preferences", select "Website Payment Preferences", scroll down to "PayPal Account Optional".Next, there are specific reasons the Credit Card Option may not be available.* You are using Express Checkout. Express Checkout requires a PayPal Account* You are using the wrong email address, an unverified email address or Business ID for your "business" variable value.* The country you reside in. Not all countries have all the PayPal features available.* The country your customers reside in. Not all countries have all PayPal features available.* The IP address of your hosted site is on a blocked list.Check out this link, it can tell you what features are available to the individual counties.Last, you have your PayPal Account setup properly but, still don't see the Credit Card Option or only see a small link to the Credit Card Option.It's all about the cookies. The PayPal Screens are designed to be displayed in a specific way and what you see is based on the cookies and/or your PayPal Account configuration.PayPal relies on the use of cookies to track what's in your cart and retain other info about you and therefore the screen that is displayed may not be the screen you expect to see. If you are a new customer visiting PayPal for the first time, the Credit Card Option will be clearly displayed.If this is your second or third visit to PayPal and your previous cookie has not expired, PayPal now views you as a returning customer. You will get a screen with a small link to the Credit Card Option. Although this is not as obvious to the customer, the Credit Card Option is still available. For example, the cookie that holds the cart info will retain that info for up to 21 days. The only way it will change is if you remove the items selected from the cart or delete the cookie.If you are testing your web pages, creating new code or making changes, etc., simply delete your web browser's cookies, then close your web browser, reopen it and try your web pages again. When you view the PayPal Screens, you will now get the screen with the Credit Card Option because PayPal views you as a new visitor.Other reasons for deleting cookies. Let's say you changed your business email address or business graphic logo. If you don't delete the cookies before you test, you will still see the old information. 041b061a72


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