Suggestions for the PayPal checkout process



  • Testing the PayPal checkout process, I noticed that

    1. the shop logo gets displayed in a fixed (and in my case squished) format on the first PayPal page you get transferred to, at the very top. I’m not sure where/how the logo gets pulled from, but if PayPal has a fixed format, perhaps there could be a field in the module to upload an image in that format. When I insepct the image, I get this code:
    <img ng-src="https://www.paypal.com/securecontent/image/LONGTOKEN" alt="Shop.com" ng-if="merchant.logo_url || merchant.imageUrl" xo-merchant-image-resize="" class="ng-scope" src="https://www.paypal.com/securecontent/image/LONGTOKEN" width="780" height="90">
    
    1. when a customer aborts the PayPal transaction, they get redirected to the beginning of the checkout process. I think being redirected to (AEUC) step 3 where you can directly select the payment method would be better: https://www.shop.com/index.php?controller=order&step=3

    2. The excellent guide here https://docs.thirtybees.com/native-modules/paypal/ mentions entering the shop’s privacy policy and terms. Which URL format should one use for multi-lingual shops? Can it be eg https://www.shop.com/index.php?id_cms=3&controller=cms without the &id_lang=2?

    Thanks!


  • administrators

    1. If you want to apply a different image, temporarily replace your store’s image in the /img folder, save the settings on the PayPal module’s configuration page and restore the store image. This way you can upload a custom image.

    2. I’ll have a look, this behavior should work for 5-step, OPC and EU OPC

    3. PayPal only supports one URL, so the one you recommended will do since the visitor has likely visited your site before (and thus initialized id_lang already).


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