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using radiogroups donate

Thread began 3/25/2015 12:01 pm by greenber397073 | Last modified 5/18/2015 4:09 pm by Ray Borduin | 796 views | 20 replies |

greenber397073

using radiogroups donate

I am interested in using radiogroups you give some example amounts for a donate button. How do I do that?

Also I am very much interested in giving a full affirm before processing an order: showing the amount chosen and then whether it is going to be through PayPal or through a credit card and then a simple "OK" button to go ahead and continue process. How do I do that?

Thank you!

Ross

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

when you add the Paypal donation button to your page, it will create a form, you can add a radio group to the form named "amount" and add radio items to it for each suggested amount:

<label>
<input type="radio" name="amount" value="10.00" id="amount_0 selected">
$10</label>
<br>
<label>
<input type="radio" name="amount" value="15.00" id="amount_1">
$15</label>
<br>

the selected amount will be passed to paypal.

Confirming the payment is a part of the process when checking out through paypal. the customer adds the donation, and is brought to the paypal site to checkout, they elect the checkout method and then conform or cancel the transaction.

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greenber397073

That works like a champ!! Thank you!

Only one thing I like to modify – it is possible that a person donating money via their credit card does not have nor do they want a PayPal account. Is it possible to turn off the "Create PayPal Account"?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

In your account you need to enable the Account Optional setting, for more assistance with this, contact paypal support.

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greenber397073

subscription and radio group: now I want to use a Subscription Button and the radio group allowing subscriptions of, say, $5, $10, $25, etc.

How would I do that? The Subscription Wizard insists upon me giving it a non-variable subscription amount.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

When you create the wizard it will create a hidden field for the subscription amount. Just update that field from type="hidden" to type="radio" and copy and paste to create the other radio options.

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greenber397073

When I do this, the resulting page shows the familiar "radio selection circle" to the left of the credit card logo bar. I'm only desirous of three subscription amounts ($5, $10 or $25). When I do select a "pay by credit or debit card"link it gives me some kind of strange error message.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Please post a url to the page and I can take a look.

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greenber397073

selecting an amount for a subscription

I want to allow for the user to select a subscription amount – the amount they will be charged each month – but I am not sure on how to do this. As an example, please take a look at this webpage: http://nhtf.net/donation.asp which is the donation amount for each "subscriber"

Additionally, who was responsible for actually charging the monthly subscription amount?

Thank you.

Ross

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greenber397073

Boy, you guys are good! I need only post my problem to you and suddenly the subscription amount is magically showing up! Boy, that is amazing! :-)

That still does not answer my other question: who is responsible for the rest of the monthly processing?

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