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October 14, 2016 at 5:03 pm in reply to: WP Estore & WP Affiliate – how to set two commission levels for affilliates #74091
Thank you very much. That was indeed the problem. I had the affiliate plugin set up first and a few days later the WP Estore and I didn’t see in the documentation that no integration is allowed to be present in WP Affiliate in order for it to work.September 16, 2016 at 2:21 pm in reply to: WP Estore & WP Affiliate – how to set two commission levels for affilliates #74089
Ok, I removed some sensitive information like paypal IPN info and email addresses:
[removed log data after checking it]
The result of the purchase was the same, instead of 50% (which is set at product level) only 25 % was recorded.September 16, 2016 at 12:23 pm in reply to: WP Estore & WP Affiliate – how to set two commission levels for affilliates #74087
This is the link to product#2: [http://schoolofselfrevolution.com/fmb101-master-the-basics/]
I did buy it by reducing the price to $0.50 now the price is back to $97.
How can I send the log files? I guess they contain some sensitive data or do you prefer a login to my website?
Thank you for your help.September 15, 2016 at 7:38 am in reply to: WP Estore & WP Affiliate – how to set two commission levels for affilliates #74085
thank you for your answer. I found the place to enter the product specific commission level – but it does not work.
In WP Affiliate the default commission level is set to 20%.
The individual affiliate commission is set to 25%.
Product #1 has 20% commission and Product #2 50% commission.
When I purchase now via the affiliate link product#2 I get a commission of 25% not 50% as intended.
Is one of my settings incorrect?August 26, 2016 at 8:25 am in reply to: WP-Affiliate – Using Paypal Link instead of Paypal button #74037
Good, thank you. Reviewing this video I see now that ‘option 1’ does not need the wp-affilaite shortcode [wp_aff_paypal_fields]
As I understand it option 1 does only work with one time payment buttons is that correct? I often have people purchase something on a payment plan using an ‘installments’ Paypal button (so it is not really a subscription, only 3 or 4 installments). Would that work with option 1 as well?August 25, 2016 at 7:00 pm in reply to: WP-Affiliate – Using Paypal Link instead of Paypal button #74034
@wzp: The discussion in the link is slightly different because in that case affiliate links do directly go to Paypal. This is not the case in my scenario. Affliate links will point to my landing page, so the cookie is set.
The problem is ‘only’ how to register the sale when using the Paypal LINK instead of the Paypal button. Do you have any more insight on that or is it simply not possible without a shopping cart plugin?