Once your PayPal Sandbox and WP eStore transaction testing is completed and you know that everything is working properly, you need to turn the store on. You're going to come back over here to your WP eStore Settings and you're going to come down to the bottom and you're going to turn off Sandbox Testing
Now we have this buyer’s account configured in PayPal Sandbox but we need to take these configurations and use them in our store setup. So I’m just going to demonstrate that right now but I have to get my buyer account information. I’m inside of my buyer account and the one bit of information we
Good morning everybody and welcome to this WordPress eCommerce seminar. Today we’re going to dive right into setting up and configuring the PayPal Sandbox. The whole purpose of having the PayPal Sandbox from our perspective is that setting up some transactions can be complicated. This is especially with the following types of transactions. Delivery of
Now that we’ve gone over how to add the WP eStore shopping cart to our checkout page and gone over ways to display it, we’re going to test a transaction. Let’s begin by adding this WordPress eBook to the cart. Now we've got two things that we've added to the cart and so now we're
Good morning everybody and welcome to Lesson 3 of our Sell Your Digital Products with WP eStore series. In this lesson, we are going to test the function of WP eStore using the PayPal Sandbox. So if you don't have a PayPal Sandbox account already setup and configured then I strongly encourage you to go
PayPal's Sandbox system provides a way to fully test the functioning of your online store without actually processing financial transactions. Unfortunately most tutorials demonstrating its use are either old and no longer applicable or are focused on developers. This seminar demonstrates the use of the New PayPal Sandbox system for ordinary website owners.
In this third lesson of our How to Sell Your Digital Products With WP eStore course we move on to testing WP eStore transactions using PayPal Sandbox. But first we begin with a discussion of the difference between using "Add to Cart" and "Buy Now" buttons and why we are using a shopping cart here.