Personal Fundraiser
[resolved] use moneybookers instead of paypal (6 posts)

  1. prisanti
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Thank you for such a wonderful plugin :)

    I want to ask whether I could use Moneybooker as a payment platform instead of Paypal. And how to do that? Thank you so much for your answer.


  2. artilibere
    Posted 3 years ago #

    @prisanti I'm asking myself the same.
    Maybe we can work together on it, can we?

  3. prisanti
    Posted 3 years ago #

    hi @artilibere, I found this plugin that give shortcode on Moneybookers http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-moneybookers-shortcodes/

    If we change the button donate to the code. Could we replace all of the paypal function with the code after?

  4. steckinsights
    Posted 3 years ago #

    @prisanti and @artilibere, did you ever resolve this? I'm curious how the code links back into the plugin and if it still registers a contribution for that campaign. Let me know how it's going.


  5. John Kleinschmidt
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Using another payment solution would require custom PHP code for your site to fire the pfund_add_gift action. This is the action that records gifts received.

    For example:

    $transaction_array = array(
       'amount' => 100,
       'anonymous' => true,
       'donor_email' => 'joe@donuts.com',
       'donor_first_name'=> 'Joe',
       'donor_last_name'=> 'Bagadonuts',
       'success' => true,
       'transaction_nonce' => '123345' //MUST BE UNIQUE VALUE
       'comment' => 'Hi, this is Joe and I love this cause'
    //Get the post tied to the campaign
    $post = get_post($campaign_id);
    do_action( 'pfund_add_gift', $transaction_array, $post );
  6. steckinsights
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Thanks John! For PayPal Pro, for example, a form is filled out on our end and the transaction is sent to paypal and an IPN confirmation is sent back.

    I don't see a setting for IPN usage in your plugin, although you mentioned it in the instructions.

    So, which page would I need to add that code on? Or can I put it in my functions.php file? I'm really unfamiliar with PayPal transactions and how they work with your plugin.

    My current thinking is that I can add the bottom portion of that code to a template:

    <?php //Get the post tied to the campaign
    $post = get_post($campaign_id);
    do_action( 'pfund_add_gift', $transaction_array, $post );

    ...but I'm really new at this. I appreciate your help!

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