May 21, 2013 at 1:37 am #9113bravo20Member
I have wishlist running on my site and want to integrate affiliate software using paypal.
rather than inserting the code string in the button code, is it possible that it could be inserted during button creation in paypal for example here:
[http://my.jetscreenshot.com/11041/20130521-hczh-202kb] in the advance variables.
as for reason, the standard button paypal creates looks nasty (form code), so i create my own button but can only target/link it using the email code paypal gives for its button. so if the code can be inserted during the button being created problem solved.
Thanks.May 21, 2013 at 7:52 am #55772
Are you using one time purchase button or subscription/recurring payment button?
If you are using one time purchase button then you can use option 1 of the standard PayPal button integration (this doesn’t require you to add any code in the button):May 21, 2013 at 7:38 pm #55773bravo20Member
thanks for the swift response. i am offering both one time purchase products and subscription/recurring payment products on my site.
i will implement your suggestion, but is there a solution for the recurring product?May 21, 2013 at 11:50 pm #55774
If you are using recurring payment with wishlist member plugin then you will need to use the following option:June 28, 2015 at 11:27 pm #55775
Hi i just got the WP Affiliates plugin today and everything good so far, I read this post and is exactly my question, I’m using recurring payment with wishlist member plugin, I try the solutions above but the sale and commission do not has been tracked. I do not set anything under 3rd Party Shopping cart. I’m using the email link option for my Button due I’m using the buttons on my theme.
WordPress 4.2.2 and
WP Affiliate v5.9.1
there is a solutions for this issue?
thank you very much in advance
yorlendisJune 28, 2015 at 11:52 pm #55776
Our integration with wishlist member assumes that you are using a PayPal button (not an email link) which is used for embedding on a website. See our documentation below:
Can you use a standard PayPal button instead of an email link by any chance?
If you must use a link (instead of a standard PayPal subscription button), then your choice is to use it with our eStore plugin. I can tell you the more details about the eStore integration but first I want to see if you can use a PayPal button instead of a link.June 29, 2015 at 12:21 am #55777
Thanks for your answer, yes i read the documentation above. The use of PayPal button will change how i set already on the site because I use the embed button on PRICE COMPARE TABLE. if i can make work how all is set up now will be great.
Thanks very much
yorlendisJune 29, 2015 at 12:49 am #55778
In that case you have to use the WP eStore plugin. WP eStore has a feature to create PayPal subscription payment and you can use a text link for it (so it will work with your current setup). eStore integrates with the affiliate plugin and the wishlist members so that will work also.June 29, 2015 at 1:09 am #55779
I will have to change everything in paypal then?
if yes how is done
thanksJune 29, 2015 at 3:23 pm #55780wzpModerator
It means that you’d use the PayPal buttons generated by eStore to process your membership payments (or text links), instead of how you’re doing it now:
- WP eStore plugin:
- How to use eStore subcription buttons, for recurring payments:
- How to use text links with eStore (works for recurring payments too):
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