Free WordPress WordPress Ultra Simple Paypal Shopping Cart pluginFree
WordPress Ultra Simple Paypal Shopping Cart allows you to add an ‘Add to Cart’ button on any posts or pages. It also allows you to add/display the shopping cart on any post or page or sidebar easily.
The shopping cart shows the user what they currently have in the cart and allows them to remove the items. You can also add a form between the cart validation and the paypal submit if you choose a 3 step process.
WP Ultra simple Paypal Cart Plugin, interfaces with the Paypal sandbox to allow for testing. You need to set up a developer test account for the sandbox at Paypal. Simply put you paypal sandbox merchant
email address in the admin panel, and click the ‘test’ radio button.
Other new features include, Price Variations, interface text’s personalization, CSS call for the ‘Add to cart button’ and many other improvements, including bug correction too.
This plugin customisable in the plugin admin and 100% customisable by CSS.
To style the ‘add to cart’ button use cart button class style in the admin. Eg.
For support and updates, please visit WordPress Ultra Simple Paypal Shopping Cart Support Forum
Shopping Cart Setup Video Tutorials
There is 2 video tutorials to show you how to setup the shopping cart on your site.
Extensive payment options
- PayPal Shopping Cart Accept PayPal Express Checkout.
- shortcode : Create “add to cart” button with options if needed (price, shipping, options variations). The cart’s shortcode can be displayed on posts or pages.
- Theme’s function : Use function to add dynamic “add to cart” button directly in your theme with dynamic data.
- Configurations : Usefull strings can be customised to give a specific word for your business.
- Sandbox : You can use Paypal sandbox to test your integration before go live.
- Minimal number of configuration items to keep the plugin lightweight.
- Sell any kind of tangible products from your site.
- Ability to sell services from your site.
- Sell any type of media file that you upload to your WordPress site. For example: you can sell ebooks (PDF), music files (MP3), audio files, videos, photos, images, etc.
- Show a nicely formatted product display box on the fly using a simple shortcode.
- Collect special instructions from your customers on the PayPal checkout page.
- Compatible with WordPress Multi-site Installation.
- Ability to specify SKU (item number) for each of your products in the shortcode.
- Ability to customise the add to cart button image and use a custom image for your purchase buttons.
- Ability to add a compact shopping cart to your site using a shortcode.
- Ability to show shopping cart with product image thumbnails.
- Works nicely with responsive WordPress themes.
- Can be translated into any language.
- and more…
And if something designs, don’t hesitate to ask, we love new challenges who make us better.
- To add the ‘Add to Cart’ button on you theme’s template files, use . Replace PRODUCT-NAME and PRODUCT-PRICE with the actual name and price.
- To display the numbers of items in cart use . The string display are set in the plugin’s settings.
- To add the ‘Add to Cart’ button simply add the trigger text [wp_cart:PRODUCT-NAME:price:PRODUCT-PRICE:end] to a post or page next to the product. Replace PRODUCT-NAME and PRODUCT-PRICE with the actual name and price.
- To add the ‘Add to Cart’ button on the sidebar use the widget.
- To add the ‘Add to Cart’ button on you theme’s template files, use the following function: . Replace PRODUCT-NAME and PRODUCT-PRICE with the actual name and price. You can use price and shipping variation too.
To add the shopping cart to a post or page (eg. checkout page) simply add the shortcode [show_wp_shopping_cart] to a post or page or use the sidebar widget to add the shopping cart to the sidebar. The shopping cart will only be visible in a post or page when a customer adds a product.
You must use [validate_wp_shopping_cart] shortcode on another page if you want to use the 3 steps process.
- Create a page with the shortcode [validate_wp_shopping_cart]
- Create a page with your form (Cform2 is the better choice) and do the following configuration to your form:
- Uncheck “Ajax enabled”,
- Go to Form Settings, Core Form Admin / Email Options section, Redirect option, and check enable alternative success page (redirect), plus past your final page’s URL (the page who contain [show_wp_shopping_cart] tag)
- Create a page with the shortcode [show_wp_shopping_cart]
- To use per product shipping cost use the following shortcode text in you post/page.
Using Variation Control
1. To use variation control use the following trigger text
eg. [wp_cart:Demo Product 1:price:15:var1[Size|Small|Medium|Large]:end]
To use price variation use the following trigger text (use dot for price cents separator please)
eg. [wp_cart:Demo Product 1:price:[Size|Small,1.10|Medium,2.10|Large,3.10]:shipping:SHIPPING-COST:end]
To use price variation and shipping variation use the following trigger text (use dot for price cents separator please)
eg. [wp_cart:Demo Product 1:price:[Size|Small,1.10|Medium,2.10|Large,3.10]:shipping:[Shipping|normal,1.5|fast,10.5]:end]
To use multiple variation option use the following trigger text:
eg. [wp_cart:Demo Product 1:price:15:shipping:2:var1[Size|Small|Medium|Large]:var2[Color|Red|Green]:end]
Keyword list :
* price eg. 45.50 or a list like price:[Size|Small,1.10|Medium,2.10|Large,3.10],
* shipping : eg. 3.50 or a list like price:[Shipping type|regular mail,1.10|express mail,2.10|priority mail,3.10],
* var1 : eg. var1[Size|Small|Medium|Large] ,
* var2 : eg. var2[Color|Red|Green]
* var3, etc.
Copyright 2011-2014 by Mike Castro Demaria & Ultra Prod Team
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