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I am testing the services to decide on utilizing it for my needs, and so far everything is simple and straight forward and loving it so far!
I apologize for what is likely a noob question, but I've searched the forums for a bit trying to see if others have this issue, or perhaps it's simply because I am on the 7-day trial account?
The Buy Now and Paypal Shopping Cart buttons seem to work properly, but once I have embedded the default "E-Junkie Shopping Cart Buttons" and am taken to the cart page, the "Checkout" box at the bottom is grayed out and I can't test the checkout process.
Is this because I am on a Trial account?
Here's a link to a screenshot of the issue:
As you can tell, there's really no where else to go as a customer once I am happy with my purchase. I've tested this on Chrome and Firefox. Am I missing something?
Thanks for any help!
POSTED ON: June 25, 2012 @ 09:01 GMT -7
It looks like you have entered your PayPal Email in Seller Admin > Edit Profile, so look in Seller Admin > Payment Preferences and make sure you have checked PayPal Payments Standard there if you want to accept PayPal checkouts. Other payment processors we support are listed here, with links to our integration instructions for each one:
Also, make sure you are using either our standard E-junkie Shopping Cart or Buy Now button codes:
DO NOT use the "PayPal Cart" version of button codes we offer, as they no longer work properly in many regards due to recent changes at PayPal's end that we have been unable to work around, so we are removing those codes from the next version of Seller Admin. These buttons are not necessary to accept payment with PayPal, as the standard E-junkie Cart can offer buyers a PayPal checkout button, and our Buy Now buttons for PayPal would take buyers directly to instant checkout with PayPal for just one item at a time.
POSTED ON: June 25, 2012 @ 14:45 GMT -7
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