Nov 062014
 

WP Photo Seller Advanced Settings tutorial will show you how to set up Button Name Settings, Thank You Page Text and much more.

Last Updated: March 20, 2016

Latest News: I have added another image to reflect the latest update 1.8.8.

WP Photo Seller Plugin Tutorials:

  1. WP Photo Seller
  2. Settings Main
  3. Email Gateway Settings
  4. Advanced Settings
  5. Price List Management
  6. Gallery Settings
  7. Album Settings
  8. Admin Functions
  9. Coupon Tax Shipping Settings
  10. Troubleshooting

WP Photo Seller Advanced Settings Steps

Step 1 ) Click on WP Photo Seller -> Settings -> Advanced Settings to set up the following. See images below.

Price Display Settings: (This was added in version 1.8.6)

  • Currency Position:
  • Decimal Separator:
  • Thousand Separator:
  • Decimal Places:

wp-photo-seller-advanced-settings-price-display

Step 2 ) The following image Button Name Settings allows you to set up the following options.

  • Gallery View Add To Cart Button Name
  • Photo Details “Add To Cart” Button Name
  • Photo Details “View Gallery” Button Name (This was added in version 1.8.2)

wp-photo-seller-advanced-settings

Step 3 ) The following section Thank You Page Settings, allows you to set up a customize message to display after the purchase of your images. This is very important to set up the correct message so you can provides ways for the customer to come back to your blog. You can even set up a membership sign up structure for your blog.

Step 4 ) The following image Display Settings allows you to set up the following option.

  •  Set Photo Variation Default Quantity To 1: (This was added in version 1.7.3)
  • Click on Save Advanced Settings button

wp-photo-seller-advanced-settings-display-settings

Step 5 ) The following image Copy Protection allows you to set up the following option.

  •  Enable Copy Protection (This was added in version 1.8.8)
  • Click on Save Advanced Settings button

wp-photo-seller-advanced-settings-copy-protection
Click on the following link Price List Management to complete the tutorial.

I will be updating this post from time to time. So keep coming back for more.

Enjoy

Manuel Ballesta RuizManuel Ballesta Ruiz is a web developer, Blogger and WordPress Enthusiast.

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