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April 25, 2015 at 6:15 pm in reply to: eStore – How to Use a Text Link or URL to Accommodate the Purchase of a Product #45593
Hello. I am currently using a buy now link for my sales page, which takes the user straight to paypal to make the order (not to the shopping cart). I am now in the process of implementing an exit intent popup, that will give the user a 30% off discount if they order the product from that popup window.
I tried using something similar to this, but it didnt work: [http://www.example.com/?wp_eStore_buy_now=1&discount_code=COUPONCODE]
When using buy it now, is it possible to sell it for a discounted version? Or is the only option to do it via the shopping cart instead (or to make a duplicate product, which has the discount already applied to the base price)March 26, 2015 at 11:49 pm in reply to: Encoded with either the ionCube Encoder for PHP 5.3 or for PHP 5.4 #61274
Please send me a copy of the PHP 5.5 version please. We are getting the same message. Thanks!June 8, 2014 at 6:58 pm in reply to: eStore – product shipping not charted for an order #63556
Thanks for the reply. Yes, I completed those steps for W3 Total Cache several months ago. I just went in to verify and the requested settings are still in place.June 7, 2014 at 4:36 pm in reply to: eStore – product shipping not charted for an order #63554
Hi. The product can be added to the cart from the following two locations:
Thanks!May 25, 2014 at 1:49 pm in reply to: WP eStore – How Not to Ask For Shipping Address on PayPal Checkout Page #31956
Thanks for the reply. I tested it by ordering a digital product from our site. When I get to the paypal page I can pay with my paypal account (by logging in) or pay as a guest via credit card. Here is what I see under both scenarious:
1) Using my paypal account: after signing in, it says “Review Your Information” and it lists my shipping address (with an option for me to change it to another address). Shouldnt the shipping address not even be displayed given that this is a digital product?
2) Using my credit card to pay: there is a box that is already checked off that says Shipping Address – Same as billing. Shouldnt the shipping address section not even be displayed given that this is a digital product?
Please advise if I am seeing normal behavior in Paypal for our digital products.
Thanks!May 21, 2014 at 3:02 pm in reply to: WP eStore – How Not to Ask For Shipping Address on PayPal Checkout Page #31954
Hello. Is it possible to configure the add to cart button (or the buy now button) to only ask for shipping address on physical products, but to not display the shipping address fields for digital products on PayPal? We sell both physical and digital products and do not want people that order digital products to be asked for a shipping address. Please advise.
Thanks for the reply. However, please note that I already have e-commerce tracking enabled in conjunction with Google Analytics. What I am trying to do is to link up the eStore with Google Adwords.
We have a few different ads in Google Adwords to advertise our products that are sold through the eStore. We want to be able to link up which ad brings in the most sales for a particular product on eStore.
Please click on the above link. I believe it would be the section that says “Track Transaction Specific Values” and then the instructions for “PHP”. Would that code need to go into the thank you page or is there a PHP file template in eStore that I would need to incorporate that code into?
Please advise how this needs to be setup with eStore. Thanks.
Just as an update to my initial question, I would also like to be able to track the Conversions based on each individual product that is ordered if possible (as opposed to just being able to track that someone purchased “something” from the eStore app on my site. From what I see, I need to add some code from Google to the Thank you page, but perhaps there is a way withing eStore itself to add the code, so that it can track conversions for each individual product. Please advise.September 17, 2013 at 2:38 am in reply to: eStore – compact shopping cart shortcode output layout #57776
Thanks. That worked great. In case it helps anyone, I also aligned the image left and added a right margin as follows:
$output .= “<input type=’image’ src='”.WP_ESTORE_URL.”/images/shopping_cart_icon.gif’ value=’Cart’ title=’Shopping Cart’ align=’left’ style=’margin-right:10px’/>”;February 25, 2013 at 1:13 am in reply to: eStore- Please click the update button to finalize your change! #44112
Update: The issue appears to only occur when I have the following item checked off in the JS & CSS Script Optimizer plugin:
I unchecked that box and it no longer displays two lines of text. Are there any workarounds that would still allow me to pack the scripts and just show one line of text?February 24, 2013 at 11:40 pm in reply to: eStore- Please click the update button to finalize your change! #44111
Hello. I am having the same problem with it showing two lines of text (Please click the update button to finalize your change!).
Please advise if there is a fix for this.
@wpCommerce. Yes, I have followed the steps on the following page: https://support.tipsandtricks-hq.com/forums/topic/using-the-plugins-with-w3-total-cache-plugin
Please explain what I need to exclude (or include) within the CDN settings of W3 Total Cache and/or MaxCDN to resolve this issue. Thank you.
Hello. I am having a problem with the PHP session not working correctly on checkout for paypal. I disabled the W3 Total Cache plugin and it turns out that my problem is specifically related to the CDN being enabled in the W3 Total Cache Plugin.
When I get the error, I notice that the web address has the CDN domain name listed as the URL (…netdna-cdn.com/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/wp-cart-for-digital-products/eStore_payment_submission.php) instead of my actual domain name.
If I disable the CDN in the W3 Total Cache program the checkout works fine for paypal. Please explain what I need to exclude (or include) within the CDN settings of W3 Total Cache and/or MaxCDN to resolve this issue. Thank you.