PayPal Merchant Services
Get started with Website Payments Standard
Once you've signed up to Website Payments Standard, you just need to integrate it with your website to let your customers start making quicker, safer payments. There are three ways of doing this so just take a look at the options below, decide which is best for you and, when you're ready, begin adding PayPal to your website.
Option 2: Through a partner
One of our recommended partners can set you up with a shopping cart, or even a full e-commerce website, that's pre-integrated with PayPal so that there's no need to add the buttons yourself.
If you already have a shopping cart or e-commerce solution then just check our list of partners to see if yours is already integrated with Website Payments Standard and simply follow the instructions.See PayPal Partners
Option 3: Custom integration
If you're a developer or are comfortable with HTML coding, you can do your own custom integration. Choose the type of integration that's right for you and take advantage of our developer resources to get started:
If you're building your own shopping cart or storefront, start with the HTML overview of Website Payments Standard.
This type of integration allows you to create and manage buttons within your own application. To get started, check out the Button Manager API overview.
PayPal pricing is very competitive. There are no extra costs like set-up charges, monthly fees or cancellation charges and you only start paying fees when your business actually starts taking payments.