This topic contains 8 replies, has 2 voices. Last updated by Bruce 3 years, 6 months ago.
|Posted: Thursday Jun 13th, 2013 at 2:51 am #51850|
Hi! We have a custom Membership Options Page and custom buttons. We set up CCBill options and CCBill button. Hopefully last few issues arise for us and you can help us correct them. Please address each of theses points:
1. How can we create custom buttons if our website is built in HTML/PHP?
Details: we have custom graphics for buttons and we need these graphics to work as buttons (when clicked it sends user to CCBill payment form).
2. How can we use our own button graphics with generated shotcodes?
Details: We need to link our graphics with the shortcode, so they will become one.
Details: We don’t want to confuse users with tons of buttons. Ideally we have 3 buttons, one for credit card, one for check and one for Direct Pay EU. Upon clicking one of these payment methods user is presented with CCBill Payment Form where he/she can choose one of 3 membership options (1 month, 3 months and 1 year) and complete purchase.
The way it’s set up now, we would need 3×3= 9 buttons instead of 3! That can’t be right. Source of our confusion comes from CCBill’s implementation reply above. I created forms where client could select 3 different membership options, but it wasn’t tested. Then I asked CCBill to remove username and password from my forms (as described in s2member), but at the same time they removed my 3 different pricing points from all forms.
Many thanks for your help!
I got an answer from CCBill about dynamic pricing and now we know it can’t be used the way we want it. We might try use s2 Vars as suggested here http://www.s2member.com/forums/topic/ccbill-buttons-and-payment-methodes/ and see how it goes.