How do I create a PayPal button using Wix?
Connecting your Wix Online Store to your PayPal account is easy! Once you've connected your Wix Store to PayPal, payments will be made directly into your PayPal account.
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- Log in to your Wix admin panel.
- Select Add in the left panel.
- Scroll down and select More.
- Click either Buy Now or Donate.
- Your PayPal button will now appear in the webpage. Click Add PayPal Info to enter the information needed to link this button to your PayPal account.
- Select a button type: Selling (Buy Now) or Donation.
- Click Add PayPal Info.
- Select What's this button for.
- Enter your PayPal email address.
- Add the product name/organization name this button is associated with.
- (Optional) Add a Product ID.
- Add your product Price or option to Let visitors set own amount (for donations).
- Select your preferred Currency.
- Choose how the PayPal payment dialog will load — in the Current Window or open a New Window — when redirecting to PayPal payment pages.
- Select your preferred Language.
- Check that all settings are correct, then click Close.
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