October 29, 2010 at 12:26 am #2128
Am trying to set up the recurring billing button that will be recognised by WPAffiliate and Wishlist Member
I have been messing with short codes for nearly 3 hours.
We have to have the Terms and Conditions check box available.
So How do I do that?
The sales letter for our membership site is on an html page.
Can I take them from the html page to a shopping cart on the WP site that is already populated with a $37 charge?
(The text will make it clear that it is a subscription as will the terms.
Once at the Paypal page it will be there as well.)
OR can a T&Cs checkbox be added to the subscribe button?
We do prefer the shopping cart look, however we want to eliminate the extra click
Click 1 on html page, Click 2 on Buy Now button on WP page, Click 3 T&Cs checked, Click 4 on Paypal Button
Click 1 on html page directly open shopping cart on WP page , Click 2 for T&Cs, Click 3 on Paypal Button
Thanks!October 29, 2010 at 3:53 am #25927
In eStore’s general settings there is an option called “Show Terms & Conditions Checkbox”. check both the checkboxes for “Shopping Cart” and “Buy Now and Subscription Type Buttons”.
This will place terms and conditions checkbox on your shopping cart or the direct payment buttons (eg. buy now or subscription)
If you don’t see the above mentioned checkbox they get a recent build of eStore from here:
The eStore is a WordPress plugin so it does not work on HTML pages (no WordPress plugin works on plain HTML page). It can only work on WordPress post or page.October 29, 2010 at 1:25 pm #25928
Can we send people to a page with open shopping cart?
Or do they have to always click a buy now or subscription button?October 30, 2010 at 12:17 am #25929
I am not sure what you mean by open shopping cart but they have to click an “Add to Cart” which will place the item in the cart.
Buy Now and subscription buttons are instant 1 product checkout… they do not go to the shopping cart.November 2, 2010 at 1:37 am #25930
Thanks AminNovember 2, 2010 at 1:38 am #25931
Wondering whether the Add to Cart instruction can come from an html Sales Page?November 2, 2010 at 3:06 am #25932
you could do it for “Buy Now” or “Subscription” type buttons but not for “Add to Cart” type buttons.December 24, 2010 at 2:32 am #25933
Hi Again Amin,
This is the situation.
My Sales Letter is on an html page which will be at transcriptionriches.com
I need to send the affiliate traffic to that page to read the sales letter.
Can the click accounted once they click through to the shopping cart/Terms acceptance page at http://transcriptionriches.com/members/gold-sign-up/ which is currently the destination page in Wp-Affiliate settings
Is there at all any way for the click to be accounted when they reach the html sales letter page? Or as they leave to get to http://transcriptionriches.com/members/gold-sign-up/
Is there any work around at all?
Or any other solution you would suggest?
If you can take the time please go look at what I am trying to do. Perhaps sign up as an affiliate to test itDecember 24, 2010 at 3:08 am #25934
Will it work sending it through a redirect…
ie having the sales letter on a WP page which would have to be for example
/members/join-us yet sending the traffic to transcriptionriches.com which immediately redirects to /members/join-us
We need to be able to give people a simple url…. ie transcriptionriches.com
Thanks again!December 24, 2010 at 3:59 am #25935
OR is there a way to use a WP page on the /members WP installation for the aff system so the click is recorded That then immediately and seamlessly redirects to the html sales letter?
Then, On clicking the Purchase link on the html page they get sent back into the WP install at
http://transcriptionriches.com/members/gold-sign-up/ where the WP-eStore Subscription button resides…
Would that work?December 25, 2010 at 12:03 am #25936
When you use WordPress as your CMS you really should avoid using plain HTML pages because they have no relationship with WordPress so the WordPress plugins, themes etc won’t work on those HTML pages. WordPress does give you the option of making a page look just like your HTML page without changing other parts of your site. This article will explain more:
With that said, you have mentioned about a few redirection so I am a little lost. Yes, there are ways to do what you after but I need to get a clear picture before I can tell you exactly what to do. My questions are:
1) Do you have more than 1 WordPress installation on the “transcriptionriches.com” domain?
2) Where your affiliate plugin installed? (post a link to the login URL for the affiliate plugin)
I am trying to give you a solution so you can use the “Pass Thru Affiilate Link” feature to record the click for when people go to your plain HTML page. More info here:
I know it talks about external link but it doesn’t have to be external link (it can work on any page where the affiliate plugin is not present). Your next concern is probably going to be “The pass thru URL looks too long”. You can simply use a URL shortener service like TinyURL to make a simpler version of that long URL and give that to the customer or something.
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