July 5, 2010 at 8:44 pm #1459
I’ve just purchased WP PDF Stamper, uploaded it to my blog and now I’m looking at integrating it with the Clickbank payment processor. I have an external salespage which is branched off my main blog offering a PDF ebook that I’d like to have stamped once someone has made the payment through clickbank.
I know you include information within the plugin that explains how to do this, but to be honest it may as well be in spanish due to my lack of technical computer jargon. I’m failing to understand how to do this. As a matter of fact, I don’t even know where to begin?
I read in the plugin your ‘Sample PHP Code’ but what is this for? Where do I place this code? What does one do with this code?
I’d really appreciate your reply on how to do this step-by-step in laymans terms so I can proceed with the integration. Apologies for the lack of understanding, but you have to appreciate that everyone’s computer knowledge differs so much and unfortunately I’m only at basic level.
ThanksJuly 5, 2010 at 11:55 pm #22250
I understand… those integration instructions are for people who have a bit of PHP knowledge (in most cases it will be the developers/designers). There is no way someone without PHP knowledge will be able to read that instruction and do the integration
We don’t have any ready made instruction for click bank (we do not say that it works with click bank on our products page). However, someone with integration knowledge can integrate these two plugins.
I can give you a hand with the integration if you can point me to the documentation that explains the following:
1) What kind of system are you using to handle the purchase?
2) Is there a concept of post payment processing in your system kind of like PayPal’s IPN feature?July 6, 2010 at 9:17 am #22251
‘What kind of system are you using to handle the purchase?’
I want to use Click Bank.
‘Is there a concept of post payment processing in your system kind of like PayPal’s IPN feature?’
I assumed that once payment was made through click bank, the customer would be redirected to the download page after payment was received, access their PDF download link and WP PDF Stamper would do it’s thing.
Am I missing something?
Do I need to have something else in place in order for it all to work seamlessly?July 6, 2010 at 3:17 pm #22252
Okay, whilst I wait for your answer on the above ^^^ I have been trying to create a paypal payment button for PDF Stamper as an alternative way to accept payments.
I’ve followed your ‘PayPal Hosted Button’ guide word for word, but there seems to be a slight error. I can click on the buy button and go through the whole checkout procedure. Paypal even takes me back to my designated thank you page.
The only thing that doesn’t seem to be happening is the email that’s supposed to email the download link out isn’t being sent. I’m confident I’m overlooking a minor issue here but I can’t put my finger on it
I don’t use paypal sandbox (too techy for me) so I use my partners paypal account to carry out the dummy sales and then I log into her email client and see she receives the paypal payment confirmation email, but no emails with the download link.
Can you advise what I could be overlooking here?
PS: Incidentally the paypal button is on an external domain to my main blog domain, but redirects back from paypal checkout to my main blog domain just in case this is the root of the problem.July 7, 2010 at 12:05 am #22253
I suspect the notify URL hasn’t been specified correctly. Can you please share what you placed in the “Advanced variables” section of your PayPal button?
Also, do you have the default profile settings in PayPal or have you modified it? The plugin is designed to work with the default PayPal profile settings. If you have modified anything then please make sure you have the Instant Payment Notification (IPN) option is set to “On”July 7, 2010 at 10:03 pm #22254
Okay here’s the information I’ve placed in the advanced variable field:
[admin deleted code]
(Please delete this thread after reading if the above creates any security threats to my site)
You mention about default paypal settings. I have been using paypal for years so in all that time I could have changed something that may be causing the problem. How do I reset everything back to default? Is there a button to click to reset all the settings back to default?
I’m determined to get the stamper working.
ThanksJuly 8, 2010 at 12:51 am #22255
I am not aware of any button that resets to default but you only need to make sure that the Instant Payment Notification (IPN) is turned on in your account
This page explains how you can turn it On if it’s set to Off at the moment:
“I’m determined to get the stamper working” – I think it will be a lot easier if I jump on your server and check it out (I will send you an email).
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