WordPress Simple PayPal Shopping Cart Orders Settings shows you how to check your orders and how to create new orders for your online store.
Last Updated: September 29, 2020
Latest News: Updated the documentation.
This plugin allows you to monitor all your sales via the Cart Orders tab in the admin panel. It also allows you to manually create new orders for your clients. A feature was added in the Tools tab, that allows you to export your cart orders into a CSV file.
What you need:
WordPress Simple PayPal Shopping Cart Orders Settings
Step 1 ) The following image shows you the Cart Orders tab displayed in your admin panel.
Step 2 ) The following image Cart Orders displays the following information about your orders and more.
Cart Orders Information
- Order ID
- First Name
- Last Name
- Quick Edit
Step 3 ) The following image Add New Order displays a list of fields for you to fill when adding new orders.
Note: When creating a new order an Order ID: number will be given to the new order.
New Order Fields
- First Name
- Last Name
- Email Address
- IP Address
- Buyer Email Sent?
- Item(s) Ordered
- Applied Coupon Code
- Make sure you click on Publish button when you finish adding the new order.
Export Cart Orders
Step 4 ) Go to Simple Cart -> Tools -> Export Cart Orders Data as illustrated in the following image and click on the Export Data button. This allows you to export your cart orders data into a CSV file and download the file into your computer/laptop.
Note: You can use the following plugin wp-csv-to-database to import your CSV file into your database. Alternative you can also read the following documentation how-to-easily-import-or-export-any-of-your-wordpress-database-content-using-phpmyadmin to learn other methods.
Troubleshooting Cart Orders
Q1 My cart orders are not capturing the customers details. How do I fix this?
Solution: The details come from PayPal’s IPN (since PayPal collects the customer’s data during the checkout).
Q2 I see no way to include the Title tag or Meta Desc. data that the Cart Orders page shows as blank by default. How do I fix this?
Solution: Those are coming from some kind of SEO plugin that you have on your site (or a SEO feature of the theme you are using). The orders are not publicly visible post type. The order are only for site admins to see in the admin dashboard. Step 2 ) above displays the default column titles in the plugin. Check the following link forum post to learn more.
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WordPress Simple PayPal Shopping Cart List