It is more than feasible and is working on live sites.
the simplest way of putting a buy now button in WebYep, is to simply use WepYep and an existing Rich text item, and copy and paste code into the page.
But this method is prone to breaking, as you have to rely on your client/user to add in and edit the correct code. All other shopping carts obviously hide this code, so the user only puts in the basics like, code, description, and price values.
I thought along the same lines, so with the help of WebYep API’s (Look at Obdevs site forum) and PHP, I can hide the code behind the scenes leaving only the simple basics to enter to create differing kinds of buy buttons in the same loop depending on what values are entered by the client, (including error checking).
Buy using these API’s and PHP and a bit of creativity, all sorts can be done with WebYep to populate virtually any part of the page code.
You can even get WebYep to swap CSS style sheets, and in theory change the whole look of a site - give the client a choice.
On 6 Jun 2008, at 14:37, Jonathan Riddle wrote:
That is very interesting. So it seems it is feasible to set up a WebYep shop area, with "buy now "buttons linked directly to the PayPal account. When you say you need some PHP code to make it work, is that if it isn’t for PayPal, or you need that coding anyway?
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