Add a paypal shopping cart in Turtle

Revision as of 25 September 2014 16:03 by sannanordgren (Comments | Contribs) | (Add remaining settings for the shopping cart)
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The Turtle skin can be used to sell your photos or products. To use this option you'll need to hold a Pro license or a Power storage account with jAlbum. Although the payment is routed through Paypal, your customers don't need to be signed up with paypal, they can simply use their credit cards. Follow the steps to create an album with shopping cart, and peek at what your customers see during the shopping process.

Contents

Step 1. Create an album

You need to start by creating the album you want to add a shopping cart to. Please have a look at the tutorial below if you need help with this.

---> Create your first album with the desktop application

Step 2. Setting up the shopping cart

First of all you need to make sure you are signed in within jAlbum. If you are not, click Sign in on the top left. If you signed in only after you've opened the album you might need to re-load the skin with Ctrl+R.


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Go to Settings >> Turtle >> Selling photos>> Paypal and tick the checkbox Use paypal shopping cart.

Now you need to add your seller ID, the seller ID is the unique ID you got from the payment provider site when you signed up. On paypal the seller ID is your email address.

If you don't have a paypal account yet you can sign up here.


2.1 Where to put the shopping cart

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You can choose to have the shopping cart in the slide page, on the index page or on both. Below you can see how it will look on the slide page and on the index page.

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2.2 Add remaining settings for the shopping cart

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  • Specify the currency you want to receive payments in. You can use only one currency in a shopping cart!
  • Add Overall handling if applies. This is the amount that will be added only once on top of each finished shopping cart. E.g. a flat package and posting fee.
  • Add your default Shop options in the following syntax: Shop option name=Price, e.g. 10x15" Print=1.00. Don't use any currency sign here!
  • If you want to add a shipping fee on top of each item you can use the following syntax: Shop option name=Price+Shipping, e.g. A1 poster=50+10 – this means the price for the poster is $50, and will be added $10 on top of each as shipping cost.
  • You can add as many options as you wish – each in a new line –, and naturally you can mix those with and without a shipping fee