Paypal Button Widget (Pro)

Elementor’s Paypal Button widget enables you to collect payments of any kind. Sell a single product like an E-book, create a fundraiser campaign, or sell a subscription-based service and seamlessly collect your fees.


Pricing & Payments

  1. Paypal Account: Fill in the details of your merchant account. Transactions made through your PayPal button will be registered under this account.
  2. Transaction Type: Choose between Checkout, Donation, and Subscription.

Checkout Type

  1. Item Name: Enter your item name (that will appear when the user is redirected to Paypal).
  2. SKU: Enter your item’s SKU.
  3. Price: Set your price.
  4. Currency: Choose between multiple currencies.
  5. Quantity: Set your quantity.
  6. Shipping Price: Set your shipping price.
  7. Tax: Choose between None or Percentage
  8. Tax Percentage: Set your tax percentage.

Donation Type

  1. Item Name: Enter your item name (that will appear when the user is redirected to Paypal).
  2. SKU: Enter your item’s SKU.
  3. Donation Amount: Choose between Fixed and Any Amount.
    – If Fixed is selected set your Amount and Currency.
    – If Any Amount is selected set your Currency.

Subscription Type

  1. Item Name: Enter your item name (that will appear when the user is redirected to Paypal).
  2. SKU: Enter your item’s SKU.
  3. Price: Set your price.
  4. Currency: Choose between multiple currencies.
  5. Billing Cycle: Choose between Daily, Weekly, Monthly, or Yearly.
  6. Auto Renewal: Switch On/Off to enable auto renewal for the subscription.

Button

  1. Text: Type your button’s text.
  2. Alignment: Align the button to the left, center, right, and justified.
  3. Icon: Choose between not display an icon, upload SVG, or add an icon from the icon library.
  4. Icon Position: Display the icon Before or After the text.
  5. Icon Spacing: Set the space between the icon and the text.
  6. Button ID: Add an ID to the button.

Additional Options

  1. Redirect After Submit: Enter a URL to redirect after submit.
  2. Sandbox: Test out the functionality on a sandbox to ensure everything works properly. Switch On/Off. Click to learn more about setting up a Paypal sandbox
  3. Sandbox Email Account: This is the address given to you by PayPal when you set up a sandbox with your developer account.
  4. Open Paypal In New Tab: Switch to Yes to open Paypal in a new tab.
  5. Custom Messages: Switch to Yes to type your own custom error message and Paypal not connected error message.

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