Archives

Checkout: Function Reference

The WordPress Shopping Cart plugin has it’s own custom functions similar to some of the WordPress query, template and internal functions which you can use during development. New functions are constantly added to this documentation so please search or request a new function if you are looking for something specific. URLs/Links wpco_cart_url – The URL Continue Reading…

Continue Reading

Checkout: Filter Reference

The WordPress Shopping Cart plugin will fire filter hooks throughout it’s code so that you can hook with custom filters onto these filters hooks while receiving parameters and apply your own functions. It works exactly like the WordPress Plugin API/Filter Reference by using the apply_filters() function and the filter hooks are used in the same Continue Reading…

Continue Reading

Newsletters v3.9.1 Release Notes

WordPress Newsletter plugin v3.9.1 release notes. Added Updates “Check Now” button to delete the transient cache X-MimeOLE header setting Delete subscriber on unsubscribe setting Shortcode to display number of subscribers Setting to show/hide TinyMCE editor button Custom fields in offsite form HTML Improved “Send as Newsletter” box permissions/capability fix Cache exception for ‘Manage Subscriptions’ Non Continue Reading…

Continue Reading

Checkout: Stripe Payment Gateway

WordPress Shopping Cart plugin Stripe Payment Gateway Installation 1. Make sure that you have the WordPress Shopping Cart plugin installed. 2. Download Stripe payment gateway extension plugin from the downloads management section in a ZIP archive (you may need to login to your Tribulant Software account in order to access your download). 3. Extract the ZIP archive named checkout-stripe.zip in order to be presented with Continue Reading…

Continue Reading

First Data API v1.1

WordPress Shopping Cart plugin: First Data API extension plugin v1.1 release notes. Added Send customer billing data through to First Data. Fixed Decode XML properly upon error.

Continue Reading

WordPress Plugins

Start selling products, sending newsletters, publishing ads, and more through your own WordPress website using our premium WordPress plugins.

Browse

Pin It on Pinterest