We just got through customizing the products archive template in Thesis 2 for our WP eStore and now I’d like to customize this "Add to Cart" button but with a style rather than an image. And I think what we'll do is use a style similar to this one here. It's dark black and this
WP eStore Shopping Cart
I want to draw your attention to something new that I've added to the Lesson Resources list and that is a link to WP eStore's page on Amazon AWS S3 URL Configuration. And now we're going to start another transaction here on our Store, essentially picking up where we left off last week with testing
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
Now that we've configured the WP eStore shopping cart, the next thing we're going to do is actually place the shopping cart on a Store page. We're going to add the shopping cart to this Checkout page. So we're going to come back over here to go and edit page and then under Lesson 3
Now that we’ve set up WP eStore payment settings and added the PayPal Sandbox Identity Token number, we need to start configuring and implementing the shopping cart. And in order for us to do that, there are actually a number of settings that we skipped over early in the process that we are going to
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
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.
Good morning everybody and welcome to lesson 2 of our class in How to Sell Digital Products with WP eStore which is part of our WordPress eCommerce Seminar series. In the first lesson we created a simple online store in WP eStore but today we're going to be creating the larger store that sells lots
Today, we are going to be taking a look at setting up a simple store that sells digital products with WP eStore. If you have not already watched the whole series on How to Choose the Right WordPress Shopping Cart, then I strongly recommend that you do so. The methodology that we're going to be
In this first lesson of our How to Sell Digital Products Online with WP eStore course we describe the store and discuss why we've chosen WP eStore as our shopping cart. Next we install and configure the plugin with a special emphasis on automatically delivering secure digital downloads. Finally, we create products and insert those
We're going to take a moment now just to talk about each of the plugins and I'm going to give you my general impressions of each of these plugins before we dive into the specifics. We'll begin with an overview for WP eStore. WP eStore is sold by Tips & Tricks HQ and costs $49.
Welcome back to Part 5 of Lesson 13 of the Build Your Own E-Commerce Website tutorial series. In this part of the lesson we are going to change the shopping cart so that it displays only on individual pages not on every page on our ecommerce website. WP eStore Shortcodes The way we’re going to
Welcome back to the sixth and final part of Lesson 13 of the Build Your Own E-Commerce Website tutorial series. In this part of the lesson we are going to edit the CSS of our Shopping Cart so that it no longer looks like this and instead looks like this. We’re going to do that
Let’s go ahead and take a look at it now that we’ve got that widget installed. This says Your cart is empty and Visit The Shop. Visiting the shop remember, takes us to our Product page. This is something I explained once upon a time. The Products page is the place where when you hit
In this part of the lesson we’re going to look at adding individual Add to Cart and Buy Now buttons to our Product pages and then we’ll work on that CSS fix. Come back over here and take a look at this individual book for a moment, say Banana Lust. Here we have our Book