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August 19, 2011 at 1:05 am in reply to: Google Analytics stopped tracking e-commerce transactions #35604
Your setup looks fine… the following should do the job:
WP eStore is only responsible to add the following tracking code to the analytics tracking plugin which it is doing fine after the transaction. Beyond that I don’t really have any way of knowing what else could be interfering with the tracking (I really have no way of troubleshooting external analytics account related issues):
['_addTrans','1M303855EU897523A','The Pumpkin Lady','0.01','0.00','0.00','Powhatan','VA','United States'],['_addItem','1M303855EU897523A','547','Humdrum Dragon','','0.01','1'],['_trackTrans'];
This will need to be custom coded. Please contact us here if you are interested and we can discuss more (when contacting us mention this forum thread so whoever gets it will have a reference):
I see the issue now… you embedded a “Buy Now” type button which is a PayPal feature.
You need to use the “Add to Cart” type buttons so when someone adds the item to the shopping cart the shopping cart can send the user to the appropriate payment gateway. If you don’t know how to setup add to cart type buttons with shopping cart then please see the 2nd video from this page:
eMember itself has an autoresponder integration too. When you use that it subscribes the member when he/she registers (free or paid). You can use that option for your free members.
Each eStore payment buttons have the following CSS class attached to it:
You can add your custom CSS for the above class in the “wp_eStore_custom_style.css” file to customize the look and feel feel of that button.
What version of WordPress and WP eStore are you using?August 19, 2011 at 12:31 am in reply to: encrypted links not working, cant find solution on forum #32752
This post might also be helpful:
You have both the following plugins active:
– WP-eCommerce (from instinct entertainment)
– WP eStore (from Tips and Tricks HQ)
They are both shopping cart plugins and you should only be using one of them so I am not sure why you have both of them. Anyway, the eStore plugin is just active but the products on your site are embedded using the WP-eCommerce plugin.
If you watch the video tutorial here for the WP eStore plugin then you will recognize the difference:
Please post a link to the page in question. What value do you have in the “Login Page URL” field in your pages/forms settings menu of eMember?
If you upgrade your PayPal account to a business account then PayPal will allow you to show a business name instead of your email address.
The other option is to use a checkout page template. Look up how to use checkout page template in PayPal and you will be there.
The 2nd paragraph in that instructions (that you linked) says the following so I am not sure why you are following both?
Some users tend to get confused because they try to follow everything that is on this page. Please only follow option 1 or option 2 (do not follow both of them at the same time)
If you are using the PDT option (option 1) then you don’t need to do any modification to your button so this is irrelevant. Please follow the documentation closely and you won’t have any issues.
Regarding your other error you have another thread open for that. We will deal with that issue there.
The question to ask is… are all these pages you are referring to part of the same WordPress install where the Affiliate plugin is installed? If your answer is yes then my answer is yes too.August 19, 2011 at 12:09 am in reply to: eMember custom fields used in eStore manual gateway #35611
You should be able to control those from the eStore’s CSS file. It will help if you have a bit of basic understanding of CSS and how to identify CSS classes. This article might come in handy:
Also, the following video tutorials will be very helpful too: