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Paypal Pro is required because standard will not let you charge a credit card over $2000 in a 90 day period. Many of my clients products are over $2000 so they are being rejected by Paypal.
Do you have a timeline on the Paypal pro integration? I’m looking at installing alternative ecommerce solutions and starting from scratch, at my cost.
Has Website Payment Pro been enabled yet? After installing eStore for a client, PayPal have called saying this needs to be enabled on my client’s site. I have payments being rejected because of it.
I just realised the problem and why I get the URL error.
The page I’m doing testing on is a private wordpress page so the URL will work when logged in but still throw the error message.
Thank you very much. I had been looking for the correct folder to place mine.
I still get errors with URLs it seems:
The URL specified in the “Product Page URL” field does not seem to be a valid URL! Please check this value again:
URL seems valid to me. Any Ideas?
Thanks for your reply.
I managed to get the ckeditor installed for the product description textarea. The reason I wanted to do this was to keep all the product information together (I didn’t want my client to add a product through eStore then have to edit information in that location and then have to edit descriptions in the wordpress page/post where the product is called). Also, I’m bypassing the fancy displays by creating my own functions to display the data.
To install it I did the following (incase others would like to know):
Upload ckeditor to your server. I uploaded mine to “wp-content/themes/themeName/js/”
Within eStore’s “eStore_product_management.php” do the following:
Add an ID to the Product Description textarea within:
<textarea name=”productdesc” cols=”83″ rows=”3″><?php echo $editingproduct->description; ?></textarea>
It will look like this:
<textarea id=”theproductdesc” name=”productdesc” cols=”83″ rows=”3″><?php echo $editingproduct->description; ?></textarea>
Add a call to the function that will load ckeditor.js:
underneath the following existing line:
Within eStore’s “admin_includes.php” do the following:
Add this function under the “wp_eStore_load_jquery()” function. This is the function that loads ckeditor.js (the source of your script will be different):
In the “eStore_admin_js_scripts()” function, add this code at the end output string (this replaces the textarea with the visually rich ckeditor):
“theproductdesc” refers to the ID we added to the Product Description textarea.
Please note that updating the eStore plugin will most likely overwrite the modified files, so this will have to be done after every update.