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Posted: Tuesday Jun 11th, 2013 at 8:12 am #51757
Username: Toyas


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We are working with CCBill and our goal is to provide more than one payment method on the membership options page. In the topic linked above I ask for your help in doing so. I just got answer from CCCBill implementation team and I would like to address it here:

In looking at their [s2member]admin, I see that the ‘CCBill Buttons’ section just has a button code generator and it directs you to actually copy and paste the code from there into your Membership Options Page. Logically speaking, you should be able to use our Standard Pricing Type where you can simply bypass the button generator and paste in your own button/linking code, set up to act exactly as you want in regards to currency and payment type.

If this is true, you should be able to let us know what and how you want your options to be provided to your customers as per the different payment types and pricing options, and we should be able to build links for you to use, and once tested to ensure the links are producing the proper results as to your preferences, also educate you as to how to do this on your own in the future. Of course, we will always be here to help generate the links in the future should you need/want our assistance.

Is this possible with s2member, to use CCBill’s buttons? We are just looking for the simples solution to have smooth s2member and CCBill integration with 3 or 4 different payment options (check, credit card, euro debit – each linked with separate payment form at CCBill). If shortocode attributes will work better and faster (in implementing) , then we are fine with it. But we still would like to find out how to accomplish that.

If we can use CCBill buttons, as suggested by their support, what would we need to change (if anything) in s2member to make it work flawlessly?

Many thanks for your help!

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Posted: Wednesday Jun 12th, 2013 at 5:50 am #51811

The buttons created over at ccBill will lack some variables that s2Member needs. See: [hilite path]Dashboard -› s2Member® -› ccBill® Buttons -› s2 Vars (Explained)[/hilite]

You could try creating the link over at ccBill and then adding the required s2 vars and test if it works.

Keep logging enabled to help you see if things are working correctly. [hilite path]Dashboard -› s2Member® -› Log Files (Debug) -› Logging Configuration[/hilite]

Posted: Thursday Jun 13th, 2013 at 3:32 am #51860
Username: Toyas

Thank you, Cristián, for your help. This looks too advanced so we will try to use s2member buttons if we can accomplished with them what we need (please see

All the best!

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