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Currently it is not possible to move the popup window generated by the WP Lightbox plugin.November 13, 2011 at 10:39 pm in reply to: Multiple vendors on the same site (digital products only) #24589
Could you please elaborate on what you mean by your question:
“Is there an update path from the eSore + eMember plugins (both), to the Affiliate plugin?”
You can set your language encoding to Russian in your PayPal profile.
Simply log into your PayPal account and go to the “Profile” section and choose “My selling Tools” and then click on the “Paypal Button language encoding” link. In here you can set the language encoding to your preferred setting.
(Note: PayPal quite often changes their menu structure and the above may be slightly different for you but you should still be able to find this configuration item by looking in the PayPal help page)
Regarding the payment by credit card: People can use their credit/debit cards to pay without creating a PayPal account. There is nothing you need to configure for this because when people are initially taken to the PayPal page after they click on the “Buy Now” or “Checkout” button they will be presented with a choice of either paying by credit card or logging into their PayPal account (you will need to have a premier or business PayPal account)
It’s really quite easy. Upload your images from your computer to your wordpress site using the media library upload facility.
After you upload the image, copy the URL of the image location and keep it handy somewhere. You can also just reuse the images from your NextGen gallery (just copy the image URL from the gallery). Then when you are configuring your product in eStore paste the image URL into the “Thumbnail Image URL” field which can be found in the Additional Product Details section.
I recommend you take the time to watch these videos so you get comfortable with the usage of eStore:
Also check out the documentation about how to add an “Add To Cart” button too:
Yes it is possible to insert an image with a link into your emails.
The plugin can redirect people to a configurable URL according to their relevant membership level only after login. (See the configuration item “Redirect After Login” in the Membership Level section)
What you are asking for is if someone has already logged in and was initially at the correct member page but then traverses to another page, then you want the plugin to somehow redirect them back to the relevant membership page. No this is not possible but also not practical.
The easiest solution is to have a link or menu item which members can always click to whenever they want to go back to their particular member page which would be protected as discussed above.
As far as I am aware for what you want to do you’ll need to create your own individual product pages which contain more info about the product you may be displaying and then insert this url into the “Product Page URL” in the eStore product configuration.
See this link for more of an explanation:
I think your logic sounds reasonable and will work
Another option is to apply an automatic discount for total over a certain amount.
See the following documentation.
You can locate these configuration items in your eStore control panel via the link called “Coupons/Discounts”.
Have you tried turning debug on to see what is returned in the IPN message?
Yes you can specify shipping costs by weight by using PayPal’s profile based shipping.
See this for more:
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Why don’t you protect your member pages by using the protection functionality of the plugin. You can protect parts or all of a page according to membership level.
For instance maybe you can create a page with links to your weekly pages. But when people click on these links only those with the correct membership levels will see the content.
see these links for a good explanation on how to set up the protection mechanisms:
One way might be to setup a secondary email to the same paypal account and use that as the buyer. As you may know, paypal allows you to have other email addresses for your account but it uses only one as the “primary”.
Alternatively if possible, try using a friend’s or family member’s account as the seller.
Have you tried enabling debug to see what you get?