Paypal Examples

Basic Payment Form

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The basic form as it arrives with the plugin.
Shortcode: [qpp]

Form with an image

You can put an image top or bottom of the form

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On the Form Settings page you can select an image from your media library and put it at the top or the bottom of the form.

Coupon Test

Payment for: A large thing

Amount: ¥200

Test using the coupon code 'charles' to get a 10% discount

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On the form settings the coupons codes option was selected and labels edited. There is a link to a page to set the coupon codes.
ID and amount were set using shortcode:
[qpp id="A large thing" amount="¥100"]

Form with a background image

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Background images are set on the Styling page.

Fixed Payment Form

Price per Item:

Quantity

2% Post and Packing

Total: €

 I agree to the Terms and Conditions

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The amounts were set using a shortcode:
[qpp amount="€40,€50,€60"].
The quantity, p&p (shipping), processing (handling) and T&C are all options on the form settings page.

Form with selections

Chose which one you want

Quantity

Plus £5 Processing

Total: £

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On the Form Settings page the reference is ‘red;$1,blue;$2,green;$3’ and the ‘pre-set reference’ is selected. Note the use of semicolons and commas, this removes the need for amounts. It also has shipping and handling added and the totals field.
To do this with a shortcode: [qpp id='red;$1,blue;$2,green;$3' labels='off']

Submit button image and Dropdown

Amount:

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On the Form Settings separate the amounts with commas (100,200,300), check the ‘Pre-set amounts’ box and select the ‘dropdown’ option.
Change the submit button on the Styling page.

Buy this thing and agree to the T&C

Payment for: Green Widget

Amount: $49.99

 I agree to the Terms and Conditions

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Form with shortcodes for ID and Amount, T&C set on the Form Settings, width is set on the Styling page

Payment for: Magazine Subscription for 24 months

Amount: £2.99

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Form for recurring payments.

Add your comment

  1. Lawrence on 13 Jun 2019

    Hi,

    Thanks for the great plugin.

    How can I add another field as a dropdown without value amounts. Just labels example 1. Donate for building 2. Donate for outreach 3. Donate for soup kitchens etc.

    So the person can choose for which program they are donating. There will also be a input box where person can choose own amount.

    Thank you

    • Graham on 13 Jun 2019

      Lawrence,
      You could use the ‘options’ field to do this.

  2. Mike on 11 May 2019

    Quick feature request. When sending the auto responder email, can you add a feature settings that toggles on/off to also send a CC (or a BCC, or regular email) to the main admin email that’s listed on the account? This would be most helpful.

    So when users get an auto-responder message, the admin also gets the same message as a CC. Thanks.

    • Graham on 11 May 2019

      Hi Mike,
      I can do this. Not sure what you mean by the ‘main admin email’. Do you mean the site administrator or the PayPal account holder?

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