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PayPal integration with PHP

Sunday, May 7th, 2017 by Servage
paypalAccepting payments is quite common on business websites. There are many payment processors to choose from, but PayPal has been the leading payment processor for a long time. Implementing a shopping cart or checkout system on a website is not a simple task, but with these instructions you should be able to integrate a simple single-item checkout process with your own website. Making a Payment Button First, we have to make a payment button that a customer can click to pay their order. PayPal offers multiple buttons for adding a product to a shopping cart, creating a subscription payment, and so on. For buying a single item, the buy now button is the ...

Accepting payments on your website

Wednesday, February 18th, 2015 by Servage
online-paymentThe ability to accept online payments is crucial for many website owners. There are quite a few obstacles before your can make a sale to a customer, and at that point you really do not want any problems during the final step of the payment process. Developers take many actions to improve the conversion funnel. It starts with optimizing advertising actions to target the desired audience better, and ends with tons of ongoing improvements to parts of the own website. Adapting to user desires is an ongoing and never ending process. However, too many services neglect that last step: The payment. The payment process matters From a business perspective you could argue that the payment ...

Online payment methods

Friday, July 5th, 2013 by Servage
Our customers are doing their business or creating a website to earn money. Even charity websites have intentions to collect necessary funds. Therefore, accepting payment is a vital function on many websites or web applications. Let’s see how payment is done and what practices are accepted on the web, so that we can do it appropriately. Moreover, so we can provide secure experiences to the users of these websites. Unlike brick and mortar stores, we can’t expect payments in cash or by check since we are not dealing face to face with customers. Furthermore, depending on the nature of your business, clients can often come from every corner of the world. ...