Where to paste the Paypal code button for each simple products.

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URL to the page in question: http://wilkiwedding.agemllc.com/cart/
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  • #36316

    Vicky Brown
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    Hi Bill,

    I created the registry using simple product in woocommerce with Paypal. However, I must add individual codes for each product. I tried to paste the code into the cart page, but it doesn’t replace the “proceed to checkout” section created by woocommerce (see http://wilkiwedding.agemllc.com/cart/).

    How do I replace “proceed to checkout” code for each individual product with the Paypal Buy Now code for each product. There is a different price for each product, so Paypal says I need to generate different “buy now” codes for each product.

    Thanks,

    Vicky

    #36317

    Bill Robbins
    Moderator

    If you’re using WooCommerce, create your products there instead of PayPal. All your visitors will do at PayPal is pay for the shopping cart of WooCommerce products.

    If you want to use buttons from PayPal, don’t use WooCommerce. You can add their buttons by using the text editor in WordPress instead of the visual one. It takes html.

    #36319

    Vicky Brown
    Participant

    Hi Bill,
    Got it. I created the products in Woocommerce. Now I want visitors to pay for the shopping cart of WooCommerce products. So where do I past the buttons into the text editor in WordPress for each individual product? Is there a place for each separate page in the CSS for Woocommerce where I can place the pay button?
    Thanks.

    #36329

    Bill Robbins
    Moderator

    Hi Vicky,

    In WooCommerce there are different ways you can display products. The page builder has some widgets that you can use to display lists of products by category if you’d like.

    There are also some shortcodes you can use to display products. Woo has a page at https://docs.woothemes.com/document/woocommerce-shortcodes/ that walks through the shortcodes they have built into the plugin.

    One example would be the add to cart button. It’s this:

    
    [add_to_cart id="99"]
    

    where the product ID is 99. You can find the ID in the products section of the dashboard. Hover over any product there and the ID will appear.

    That would let you insert an add to cart button with the price. Just one of the options available.

    Bill

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