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  • Hi David, Thanks for this video .After a customer has been to PayPal and paid, how do they get to receive the product that they just paid for?
    cheers
    Alan

  • @innerphonics hi Alan if they purchase the product via paypal on your website you will be notified by email of the purchase.

  • Hi David quick question, why cant you add the buttons onto the gallery page? Also, is there a way to add a shopping cart onto your page?

  • @loadbmusic You can’t add the Paypal button into your gallery just as a graphic because that would be just an image. There is important meta data linked to that button (i.e. the product, pricing, the exact link to the purchase page, etc.). It is more than just an ordinary image.

  • That was great! Just one question? Once the purchase of an item has been confirmed thru paypal what happens if someone else clicks to purchase the item?
    I need to sale items that are one of a kind and want to let folks know if it has sold and not take payment for the same item twice etc…
    Thanks again!

  • That was great! Just one question? Once the purchase of an item has been confirmed thru paypal what happens if someone else clicks to purchase the item?
    I need to sale items that are one of a kind and want to let folks know if it has sold and not take payment for the same item twice etc…
    Thanks again!

  • What if I would like to sell something like cookies where the purchaser might want to buy several different kinds in the same shopping cart, there would be more than 1 button but would you the customer have to go back and forth? that would be annoying, wouldn’t it? please answer my question. Thanks 🙂

  • im new to paypal and to.. well.. selling… you mentioned it was all completely free.. were you talking about using paypal? because looking at the iweb site.. its saying a doller and whatnot.. so now im a bit confused..

  • To the last comment paypal cost about 99 cents a month

    iWeb costs nothing if you publish to a local folder download summin called dropbox
    Then use the public folder for the website then go to a websit called dot.tk and get a free domain name then your live on the interweb my friend

  • I really wanted to give you a ‘HI 5’ I love you so much right now. Im a small business in the UK and am doing my own website. But! I hit a hurdle here and you’ve helped me overcome it. Cheers me dears x

  • Hi David,
    Wondering if you could help me I have need a table to put into iweb as I have a lot of sizes of items colour etc.
    I have create a page in pages and have uploaded it to iweb but I can only seem to put it in the blog or podcast section,
    Any suggestions, thanks Sharon

  • hello…

    i was just wondering…the farm i work for does farmers markets and in the off season when there is no fresh fruit we sell it dried, my boss wants to get an online site started along side of the markets…i mean would that be a good idea?

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