WordPress Checkout

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.

WordPress Checkout plugin page has been moved to it’s own domain wordpress-checkout.com to allows more examples and better support.


This is a simple WordPress Shopping Cart plugin that allows you to transform your posts and pages in products. With a simple tag you can control what you want to show (price, quantity, options, buttons) in your posts.
The plugin uses templates, so you can easily fix and match the plugin to your wordpress theme and modify how your products, cart, and process pages looks like.
With an editor button you can create products on the fly.

Features

  • Allows to manage products like posts and use a simple post for several products.
  • No cart needed if you are selling just one item.
  • You can include to your products options like color, size, etc.
  • Easy to customize.
  • Uses Paypal to process the payments.

Screenshots

Installation and Uses

  1. Upload the “wordpress-checkout” folder to the “/wp-content/plugins/” directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu.
  3. Select or create a page or post for “Checkout and Processing”.
  4. Insert the “wp_ckeckout” shortcode without options in this page using the editor panel.
  5. Copy the url of this page and paste it into the “Checkout and Processing page” on the plugin settings.
  6. Define your shopping cart widget preference.
  7. Create your products. Using the editor button, insert the “wp_checkout” shortcode into your post and pages.
  8. Test your site using Paypal Sandbox. When you complete the order you will receive an email with the datails and the order will be submit to the plugin Orders panel.
  9. Change the Paypal url to “Live”.
  10. And start selling.

Integration Example

wordpress-checkout-example

Download

wp-checkout from WordPress Repository

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116 Responses to WordPress Checkout

  1. Hi,
    I’ve been using the plugin for a couple of years now. I just noticed that the checkout form is showing up above the website as well as in the actual body of the page. I have never noticed this before but it has been two years :)

    Can you take a look at the page and perhaps tell me what is going on? I’m sure it is something very simple. Thanks!
    Here is the link:
    http://idleminutes.com/checkout/
    Don West

  2. This plugin seems not supported anymore, very sad, couse this is exactly what Im locking for. A cart adding on default posts. Quick update info as widget/ ajax and a checkout page. Is there anyout there? Went trough whole WP plugin respority….

  3. Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class wfCart in /home/axxxxxxx/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-checkout/includes/wfcart.php on line 8

  4. FireBug shows me this bug:

    TypeError: tinymce.dom.Event._add is not a function

    tiny_mce_popup.js:5

    And Chrome this one:

    Uncaught TypeError: Object [object Object] has no method ‘_add’
    tiny_mce_popup.js:5
    tinyMCEPopup._onDOMLoaded
    tiny_mce_popup.js:5

    Probably by a plug-in does not work. Do not fill the shortcode form.

    • I had to insert the enter to the code readable.
      I removed this feature bottom line:

      tinymce.dom.Event._add => tinymce.dom.Event.add

      and now the shordcode field form is working.
      Now I can see if the rest of the work as it should. ;)

  5. Just installed this plugin and it seems like the shortcodes are not being generating on pages or posts for me =( (using a pagelines framework theme).

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