Adding a Paypal Button

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Overview 

This widget makes it easy for website visitors to send you money using PayPal. You can use the PayPal button both for gathering donations and for selling products.

Guide

Add the PayPal button widget onto your responsive website. To learn more about adding widgets to your website, see Adding Widgets. Once the widget has been placed, the Content Editor will appear.

Set up your PayPal Button 

To set up your PayPal Button, follow these steps.

1. Enter a PayPal username.


2. Choose a transaction type: Buy or Donate.


3. Enter an item name.


4. Enter a price.


5. Choose a currency.


6. Enter a shipping cost.


7. Enter a tax percentage.


8. Select a button language.

Design

Open the Design Editor by clicking the design tab on the top left corner to change the style and spacing of the PayPal button. Change the style and size of the button in the style section.

Customize the padding and margins (spacing around the widget) in the spacing section.

Considerations

If you don't have a PayPal account, sign up for one here.

Resources

  • To learn more about editing widgets, check out our guide on Editing Widgets.
  • To learn more about editing widget design and style, check out our guide on Widget Design.

 

 

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