May 6, 2016 at 4:32 am #45601wpCommerceModerator
We have updated the documentation for this option. Please check the “Subscription Type Button Link for a Specific Gateway” section for details.
You will need to install our eStore extra shortcode addon to use this feature.September 23, 2016 at 12:58 pm #45602
Hi, I’ve used this subscription shortcode with success
I wonder if there’s a way to have include the checkbox for the terms and conditions like for the regular buttons? Please advise, thanks.September 23, 2016 at 2:47 pm #45603
Text link can’t handle a terms and conditions in there. You would need to handle the terms where you put the text link.
If you are using “Add to Cart” text links; agreeing to the T&C checkbox is required, before the cart can “checkout,” because the checkbox is part of the cart.September 24, 2016 at 3:02 am #45604
I’m using the subscription shortcode so I suppose it doesn’t include the terms and conditions. How to I handle the terms where I put the text link? Please advise, thanks.September 24, 2016 at 1:08 pm #45605
Is this text link going to be on a site owned by the original seller, or by affiliates? I’m asking for the following reason:
T&C agreement on a site, external to the original seller, really isn’t a good idea. You, as the original seller, should be forcing T&C agreement to occur on the primary website.
By forcing someone to “check a box,” on the (your) original seller’s website; the inconvenience of having to do so, creates the legal preponderance of a deliberate action (checking a box); in which (you) the original seller can legally claim the buyer agreed to the T&C, during the purchasing process. If T&C acceptance took place via text link, or happened on an external site; a buyer can legally claim that “they didn’t do it,” as in the possible case of a rogue affiliate who “auto-agrees” to the T&C on behalf of a buyer.
The text link is on the site owned by the original seller and there are no other websites involved. The reason why we are using the text link is because we are using a pricing table that is a component of a page builder. It has built in buttons so I used the text link shortcode for those buttons. I suppose it just means that if I choose to use the pricing table, we will need to skip the T&C. Am I correct?October 10, 2016 at 7:09 pm #45607
Okay, but you’d have to use my last suggestion…
All you are wanting to do is force the buyer to agree to the site T&C, before the purchase is allowed to go through. Because the Buy Now button/link is on the external site; that’s where the T&C check must take place. It is not necessary to transmit T&C agreement to the eStore site; because eStore does not track T&C agreement on a transactional basis.January 16, 2017 at 2:43 am #45608Romeo CrowMember
I’ve two buy now text links on my website sidebar [http://romeocrow.com/blog]
They work fine in sending people to Paypal to pay.
I’ve just tried to amend them to the stripe basic payment gateway, as I want a pop-up Stripe form instead, but it doesn’t work; the page tries to reload something and then times out.
Here is a screenshot [http://prntscr.com/dw5982]
This is what I’m using for the pay now button link:
Is this correct? (for my product, ID 14)January 17, 2017 at 1:16 am #45609wpCommerceModerator
@Romeo, What version of the payment gateway bundle addon are you using? Please load a fresh copy using this link:
I couldn’t find the buy now button on your blog page. Do you have a page where I can check it?February 6, 2017 at 6:27 pm #45610Romeo CrowMember
@wpCommerce, thanks for the reply. I have installed the latest versions of everything – I think I was quite far behind! I will re-look at it to see if it’s sorted itself out. If not, I’ll come back (so assume it’s closed/sorted for now!).
On a related note; sorry for the slow response; I was expecting to receive an email/notification when I had a reply on this forum so assumed there’d been no reply!
Just about working out how to use it now – including how to find my previous User Activity – so hopefully I’ll be able to keep up to date now.August 9, 2018 at 4:49 pm #45611clem90Member
Is it possible to add more than one product in the cart with a text link ?
With a code like this after the url: ?wp_eStore_add_to_cart=31&wp_eStore_add_to_cart=34
I have try but it don’t work
I would like to sell a pack with two membership product without to create another membership level with the two product (it takes a lot of time…).
ThanksAugust 9, 2018 at 10:39 pm #45612
No, only one product per link is supported. Have you considered creating a “bundled product” and then creating a link with the bundled product ID?August 9, 2018 at 11:00 pm #45613clem90Member
Yes, I have see this post but all my product are in a membership level. (lots of pages with videos, PDF, mp3…)
I can’t sell more than one membership level in a product. I have see this in different post in the forum.
It will be a very good update for eMember and estore !
It takes to much time to create another membership level with other if I need to do that each time I would like to sell a bundle with different product…
I have found another solution. I can add two product (membership) in the cart (the customer need to do it herself with two button…) and after he use a coupon with the discount.
But this is very complicated for the customers…
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