Paypal Payments Plugin for WordPress
After many years of fun with the plugin and lots of thanks from many people it was time to hand it over to someone else.
Alan’s a great bloke and will look after you all.
If you need help this will be a good place to start.
what I want to do:
insert to form with slider in the same wp page
the error I get:
first slider works great, it gets his ID via JS and a is created:
<span class="thumb active" …
second slider (same form or different form, same issue) doesn’t get his ID and relative , so slider is not working properly:
<span class="thumb active" …
No error in console
I don’t look after this plugin anymore. It’s looked after my my mate Alan: https://fullworks.net/docs/quick-paypal-payments/
Hi, I already have a slider on my site and when I use this plugin it has a conflict.
stopped this slider working
if I disable it then works
and the slider here also does not work any longer
I don’t look after the plugin anymore. You need contact my mate Alan and he will sort it for you: https://fullworks.net/#contact
I am getting the following error on the plugin page: Notice: Undefined index: couponblurb in /var/www/wp-content/plugins/quick-paypal-payments/quick-paypal-payments.php on line 622 Notice: Undefined variable: couponcode in /var/www/wp-content/plugins/quick-paypal-payments/quick-paypal-payments.php on line 629 Notice: Undefined index: reference in /var/www/wp-content/plugins/quick-paypal-payments/quick-paypal-payments.php on line 686
Would you be able to tell me how to fix this. Thank you
Can you send me a link to your payment page so I can see the warning.
I installed the plugin and it is perfect for what my client needs! Good job!
Just got 1 little question I hope you can help with, I am using the ‘handling’ form field to calculate a 2.5 % credit card surcharge that needs to be added to the invoice that the website visitor pays.
On the PayPal receipt, It shows up as ‘Shipping and handling’ (receipt that the payer receives) and ‘Postage and packing’ (receipt that the payee receives) Is there a way to change this to ‘2.5 % credit card surcharge’ so the clients who pay their invoice don’t get confused when they receive the receipt? Is this possible in the Pro version of the plugin? Happy to upgrade, but I just wanted to check and make sure it is possible.
Thank you for the assistance!
You can’t do this. You are no longer permitted by law to add a CC surcharge. All you can do is add the 2.5% to the cost of the product.
awesome little plugin. I saw on the wordpress plugin page that there is a slider option to adjust amounts. how do I use that? thanks
In the form settings you will see an option for ‘Range Slider’. Check the box and fill in the values and it should all work. You can change the styling of the slider in the Styles’ tab.
Hi Graham, I resolved the problem (PayPal “bad input error”) by removing the Options field from the form. I had previously tried modifying the options (which were simply no,yes), shortening the description to just a few characters, and changing the display from inline to not-inline, and none of those made a difference.
At this point we are live and our connection to PayPal is working well, so I’m not doing any further debug until the event is over.
Hi Graham, Just a standard form. I uninstalled and reinstalled and get the same error. We only use the Events for calendaring not for payments. Thanks