Join Tom Geller for an in-depth discussion in this video Accepting PayPal payments, part of Create Your First Online Store with Drupal Commerce .
If you listen to rap at all, you know you've gots to get paid.…So before we do anything else, let's look at how Drupal Commerce handles payments.…I'll first show you how its example payment system works; that lets you test…your store without involving any real money.…Then I'll show you how to hook up your store to a PayPal account.…To get started, we click Configure store, and Payment methods.…Then let's go down to Example payment, and edit it.…This page will become extremely familiar to you as you use Drupal Commerce.…
This is the interface for a Drupal module called Rules, which comes with…the Commerce Kickstart.…Basically, Rules comprises three parts.…This part at the top, Events, is what sets the rule in motion.…In this case, it happens whenever a customer selects a payment method from a pop-up menu.…The Condition section tells you what has to be true for the action to take place.…For example, you could decide to accept PayPal payments up to only a…certain dollar amount.…If the order is bigger than that, the action simply won't fire.…
- Surveying the store-building process
- Installing Drupal Commerce using Commerce Kickstart
- Accepting PayPal payments
- Processing orders
- Understanding rules and line items
- Listing and importing products
- Managing inventory, orders, and customer profiles
- Streamlining the checkout process
- Launching a store
- Offering product discounts
- Analyzing site traffic with Google Analytics
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Setting Up Drupal Commerce
2. Getting Ready for Sales
3. Understanding How Drupal Commerce Works
4. Listing Products
5. Managing Your Workflow
6. Organizing Your Store
7. Increasing Sales
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