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I've reviewed the instructions for setting up paypal pro and have applied to paypal. I'm pretty confused though, about what happens sfter I've granted e-junkie the API permissions. In particular how the checkout page gets built.
-Will e-junkie be building the credit card checkout page or will I be doing it?
-If its me, will e-junkie supply some sort of template for the form which I could customize?
-If e-junkie builds it, how much control will I have over the look of the page?
-Will the page reside on e-junkie.com or bikemapdude.com?
My preference would be to be able to copy and paste some code into my own templated page and presto there's the credit card form...
Thanks for your help.
POSTED ON: January 4, 2012 @ 12:14 GMT -7
Because E-junkie is a centrally-managed system shared in common among all merchants subscribed to our service, rather than software that gets installed on your own server, we would manage your secure checkout page for payment methods that don't use their own checkout site -- e.g. for PayPal Pro, Express Checkouts using a buyer's PayPal account would use PayPal's checkout site, whereas Direct Payments from a buyer's card would use our secure checkout page hosted on https://www.fatfreecartpro.com/...
Since this checkout page is shared in common among all our merchants, it cannot be modified for any one merchant alone. You can at least upload a custom logo/header image in your Seller Admin > Edit Profile, which would be displayed at the top of this checkout page.
To have checkouts transpire on your own domain, you would need to install a copy of "licensed" e-commerce software on your server along with an SSL certificate for your domain, rather than using a "hosted" e-commerce service such as E-junkie.
POSTED ON: January 5, 2012 @ 14:41 GMT -7
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