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  • vit4e

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    Hey everyone,
    Since i use CF7 a lot, almost in all my websites, I am wondering is there any kind of PayPal Integration. I wanna make classic donate form: name, last name, state, field to enter how much money you donate, and when i click on “Submit” i wanna form redirect me to papal system but i wanna my variables be redirected also. I don’t wanna classic donate button i wanna like this if it is possible.
    Some tutorial,or some step by step example would be great!
    Thank in advance!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/contact-form-7/

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  • I would be interessed too.

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    Hi,

    I have written a post on this.

    http://spynboxe.com/adding-paypal-to-contact-form-7/

    Basically you create the paypal button then get the Email url code for the button. Then send the user to this url after the submit button is pressed.

    PS – my server is playing up so call back if the page does not appear first time.

    Server is being weird but if you drop me a message on my site I will send the blog post to you if you can’t view it.

    I try this one. when i submit form, paypal button appear, but when i click on button my values does not redirect so i must fill out fields again….

    John, I solved the problems that way:

    Page 1: form and Submit button.

    Page redirects to page 2 thnaks to this code in the “additional settings” at the very bottom of form construction page:

    on_sent_ok: "location.replace('http://your paypal button's page');"

    Page 2:

    You’re new about to submit your payement for (item) thru Paypa.
    Paypal is bla bla secure bla bla can pay with credit cards or set an account blabla..

    [PAYPAL BUTTON]

    Ok. But how to do this with varying costs? E.g.:

    ( ) product A : $ 5
    ( ) additional red label : + $ 2
    ( ) additional option whatever : + $ 7

    ?

    Or do you make a dropdown list with all combinations in the Paypal form itself?

    I put the paypal button url in to the additional settings with the on_set_ok: code in there and it does nothing at all. Is there a setting I’m missing?

    It’s not working for me, either, like randiferous. I tried deactivating all my plugins – no luck. Also, my theme does have wp_head() and wp_footer(). Hm.

    I found this website tutorial with video that shows how to integrate PayPal into CF7.

    Accept Payments via PayPal using Contact Form 7 WP Plugin – FREE

    With that said, I cannot get it to work. I’m not sure if it has to do with my version of CF7 (which is v3.5) or the type of button used in PayPal.

    I hope this can help others.

    Hey! I got it to work!! I found this on CF7’s website. I tried it with my paypal button. There are NO Parentheses at all.

    Redirecting to Another URL After Submissions

    My string looks like this:

    on_sent_ok: "location = 'https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=[PUT YOUR BUTTON ID HERE]';"

    Place your button id in place of the [PUT YOUR BUTTON ID HERE]. Make sure box brackets are not there.

    Also, it is slow to process. I’m not sure if it is my server that is slow or the redirect. However, it DOES work!

    Yes! No parentheses works. Thanks, hehafner!

    Hi! i need some help with this….
    I have my code i’m just not sure exactly how to use contact form 7 to do this.
    What tag to i have to generate in the contact form to use the string?

    Hiya.

    This sounds great. How / where do I create my ‘button’?

    I would like to add a ‘payment’ button to my holiday lodge rental site.

    Is there a way to pass through an amount to be paid? How is this done?

    Thanks!

    dan.

    Hi @danielnichols,

    I’m trying to do the same thing right now. I’ve been setting the amount using name=”amount” in the input, but I haven’t figured out how to pass it yet. I’ll post back if I figure it out.

    Dave

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