So we recently switched over from simple Paypal buttons to E-Junkie so that we could offer a better shopping experience for our customers as well as being able to manage discounts, something Paypal does not offer. Unfortunately, we've been encountering some shipping issues.
The first issue was that it wasn't asking for peoples' addresses. I fixed this problem.
The second issue is the way that E-Junkie seems to do things. Previously, through Paypal, I would input a price and weight, create the button, and Paypal would handle the shipping. Of course, Paypal allows the customer to select their shipping type. Is there any way to be able to use this Paypal shipping calculation so that my customers can select their shipping? We ship to almost every country in the world, so USPS cheap rate isn't going to work out, but I can't charge nearby customers the UPS rate when they could have it cheaply shipped via USPS.
A third issue is defining packaging. That's not really how we do things. Can I just leave the package definitions blank? I have all of the 'shipped' weights already listed under each product. The problem is, say I'm selling mugs. I have to sell those mugs on one page. However, I have a tiny mug that I ship in a tiny box, a normal mug in a regular box, and a jumbo mug in a big box. If I'm selling all of these on the same page, can I just avoid defining the packaging?
I followed the shipping instructions carefully with the exception of the packaging. I didn't define anything specifically, since the weight of the product is the weight already in the box and ready to be sent out.
I hope this isn't too confusing, and I appreciate any help.