The demonstration pages illustrate the administration side of the application and provide examples on using the PayPal buy now buttons and add to cart buttons on the PayPal PHP shopping cart.
To login to the on-line demonstration, click here or click on the button below and use the following username and password :
username : firstname.lastname@example.org
password : password
Clicking on a 'Buy now' button immediately takes you to the PayPal checkout where you buy that single digital download or a single physical item.
Buy now buttons are used where you only have a few items to sell and you do not expect purchasers to buy more than one item at a time.
The button or buttons may be placed anywhere on an existing web page which makes it easy to integrate into an existing design. The web page can be of php extension or an ordinary htm page.
<form action="http://www.yourservername/eseller/ipn/process.php" method="post"> <input type="hidden" name="recid" value="6"> <input type="image" src="https://www.paypal.com/en_US/i/btn/x-click-butcc.gif" border="0" name="submit" alt="Make payments with PayPal - it's fast, free and secure!"> </form>
When the purchaser clicks on the buy now button, the php script will extract all the relevant data from the database and post it to the PayPal server.
The shopping cart is located at the root of the site at /eseller/ assuming that you have installed the application in the /eseller/ folder
The following illustrates the available carts:
This uses the JQuery Datatable system to display a row layout and includes sorting, searching and paging as standard. You normally set categories and subcategories for each product. However, you do not have to show the category and subcategory columns if they are not needed which can be done in the datatable configuration script. The datatable display is good for long listings of audo products and works well on all devices including mobiles.
This is similar to the above but has Twitter Boostrap layout wrapped around the Datatable. Twitter Bootstrap is suitable for displaying on all devices including mobiles.
This is an implementation of a cart system using Twitter Bootstrap. It uses an add to cart button for each item and further details of each item can be displayed. The displays are fully responsive and work well on all devices including mobiles. Twitter Boostrap is a well know and well documented framework and extra functionality can be easily added.
This is an implementation of a single page product display including a cart and check out facility. The display provides an excelent user experience for situations where you have a large number of audio products to show on a compact page.
The download page is where the customer logs onto after they have purchased an item.
An example download display can be seen by clicking the following link:
This link is sent to the customer by email and will expire after a defined time limit and number of downloads