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Posts Tagged ‘wp-e-commerce’

Add custom JavaScript actions to WP e-Commerce cart updates, again

Saturday, September 14th, 2013

I previously wrote about adding your own custom JavaScript actions to the WP e-Commerce cart update event. Of course, things change, people change, hairstyles change, interest rates fluctuate, WP e-Commerce moves goalposts, so there is a new way to do this since version 3.8.11 came out. (more…)

eWAY integrations for WooCommerce, Events Manager, Another WordPress Classifieds Plugin

Friday, March 1st, 2013

The eWAY Payment Gateway plugin now has integrations for WooCommerce, Events Manager Pro, and Another WordPress Classifieds Plugin with support for Australian customers of eWAY. And it’s still free! (more…)

Stored payments and Beagle anti-fraud protection for eWAY payment gateways

Saturday, January 26th, 2013

My eWAY payment gateways for WP e-Commerce and Gravity Forms now have some new features that should help some merchants building e-commerce solutions. (more…)

Sort wp-e-commerce products by category and product title

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

The wp-e-commerce shopping cart plugin lets you sort your products by a few different things: name (product title), price, date/time created… but it doesn’t let you sort by category name and then product title. Here’s what I just came up with for one client; it isn’t generic, but other developers should be able to adapt it for their circumstances. (more…)

Add custom JavaScript actions to wp-e-commerce cart updates

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

I just stared in horror wonder at the wp-e-commerce script that handles cart updates. Wow. Just… wow. Forget any thought of nicely hooking into that to add some extra client-side actions, it’s a mess and looks like it will probably get worse before it gets better. But fortunately, there is another way. (more…)

Extend notification emails in wp-e-commerce

Sunday, January 22nd, 2012

The wp-e-commerce shopping cart plugin is probably the most popular cart plugin for WordPress, but it isn’t always the most easily customised; in fact, theming it can be a nightmare. One little niggle I had to fix recently was that the notification emails don’t include relevant purchase information such as which shipping method was selected, or the per-item comments from the purchaser (e.g. a message to be included inside a book flap). (more…)