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Checkout: Authorize.net (AIM)

[wpdocsparentlink] The WordPress Shopping Cart plugin together with the Authorize.net Advanced Integration Method (AIM) will allow you to accept credit card payments through your WordPress website using Authorize.net without sending your customers away from your site and keeping them inside your WordPress shop/store at all times. Authorize.net (AIM) payment method requires an SSL certificate installed Continue Reading…

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Checkout: Shortcodes

[wpdocsparentlink] The WordPress shopping cart plugin uses the WordPress shortcodes API to display shop categories, suppliers, products and other aspects inside WordPress posts/pages. You can see a full list of WordPress shortcodes for the WordPress Shopping Cart plugin on the Post/Page Embedding instructions here in the documentation in case you want to manually use them. Continue Reading…

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Checkout: Currencies

[wpdocsparentlink] Several different currencies are available in the WordPress shopping cart plugin. Currencies include… Australian Dollar Canadian Dollar Swiss Franc Danish Krone Euro British Pound Hong Kong Dollar Japanese Yen Norwegian Krone New Zealand Dollar Swedish Kronor US Dollar Singapore Dollar South African Rand Brazilian Real Romainian Leu Indonesian Rupiahs Multiple Currencies The WordPress Shopping Continue Reading…

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Checkout: Skrill (MoneyBookers)

[wpdocsparentlink] Skrill (Moneybookers) in the WordPress Shopping Cart plugin. The WordPress Shopping Cart plugin utilizes Skrill (Moneybookers) Quick Checkout payment method Configuration Settings 1. Title/Caption This field is used to display a different name for the payment method on the front-end which will be seen by the customer on the billing page. As you can Continue Reading…

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Checkout: eMatters (HTTPS POST)

[wpdocsparentlink] eMatters payment gateway (HTTPS POST) in the WordPress shopping cart plugin. Configure the Plugin To configure your WordPress Shopping Cart plugin to work with eMatters, go to Checkout > Configuration in your WordPress dashboard and navigate to the eMatters (HTTPS POST) settings box where you will find the eMatters configuration settings. The following settings Continue Reading…

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