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September 14, 2010 at 4:43 am #6892prservicesParticipant
I am trying to install this plugin but find the readme file lacking.
I have the ecommerce plugin already installed and working.
1. Upload the folder ‘wp-e-commerce-offline-credit-card’ to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.
Did that, no problem.
2. Upload the folder ‘wp-e-commerce’ to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory, this will over-write the checkout.php within ‘/wp-e-commerce/wpsc-admin/includes/settings-pages/’ *
There is no folder ‘wp-e-commerce’ that came with the zip file I downloaded after I purchased the plugin.
Please let me know what I am missing??
I downloaded vl_wpsc_offlinecreditcard-1.3.zip, it contained:
wp-e-commerce-offline-credit-card > merchants > offline-credit-card.php
wp-e-commerce-offline-credit-card > readme.txt
wp-e-commerce-offline-credit-card > wp-e-commerce-offline-credit-card.php
Thanks in advance!September 14, 2010 at 11:45 pm #6893epschmidtParticipant
Hi prservices, it looks like the readme file may be from the last version of the plugin. There have been some changes. You need to move the file offline-credit-card.php into the merchants folder of the main WP-E-Commerce plugin, /wp-content/plugins/wp-e-commerce/merchants/
The other file should remain in the wp-e-commerce-offline-credit-card plugin folder. Hope this helps.September 15, 2010 at 10:19 am #6894prservicesParticipantSeptember 16, 2010 at 2:16 am #6895epschmidtParticipant
If you check the http://getshopped.org forums there’s a ‘sticky’ topic in the How-to section about this. There is different advice throughout it all, but here’s what I did.
1. In Store-Settings-Admin I set the URL’s to https
2. Added the code found on the getshopped.org forum to shopping-cart-page.php to force it to SSL
3. Installed a plugin to force WordPress elements to be SSL (I used HTTPS for WordPress)
I have read that WordPress 3.0 does this for you, it detects if the page is https and then changes all urls to https, but I’m not sure on that. I’m running 3.0 and also installed HTTPS for WordPress to be sure. You’ll likely still have to do some searching to make sure other plugins are not pushing non-SSL files to the page and clean those up to prevent any “This page is not secure” error messages.September 19, 2010 at 3:40 pm #6896Michael VisserKeymaster
Hi epschmidt, the readme.txt has been updated to reflect the new custom Payment Option support. In the next release I’ll be looking to tie in better SSL support and customisation of the payment option presentation within the Checkout page.November 25, 2010 at 3:40 pm #6897Michael VisserKeymaster
Just updating this topic, recent releases include automatic migration of the custom payment gateway into WP e-Commerce, in WP e-Commerce 3.8 the custom payment gateway file will not longer be required as it supports calling through hooks and filters! 🙂
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