How to add Paypal to Wordpress using the Divi Wordpress Theme and a FREE Plugin - This video shows you how to add a pay now button or a paypal donate button to your DIVI Wordpress Theme website.
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No Problem and thanks for the resource (plugin)! I've sent people your way a number of times. Not sure how many converted but I'm sure some did. :) lmk if you have other payment software I can take a look at! -Brian
Yea the process is the same for paypal. If the software that you're using doesn't have the option to initiate the recurring payment then you need to set it up within Paypal. So if the DIVI theme doesn't have the option, then you'll need to setup a recurring payment plan option within Paypal itself and then add the button to your website.
Sergio, you would need to use a software that has an option to trigger the recurring payments. This plugin doesn't have that functionality. You could also go into your Stripe dashboard and set up the payment plan after the first payment has been made.
+mark shirley >>> if you're looking for a shopping cart solution search for woocommerce. It's a free solution that you can use with WordPress. And in fact it will work with the Divi theme. Thanks for watching and let me know if you have any other questions
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