Category Archives: WordPress e-Commerce Plugin

BuddPress + Ticketing Plugin

It seems that WP e-Commerce Plugin has a new string in its bow.

By coupling BuddyPress + EventPress + TikiPress you can now sell tickets to your Events. For more information head over to the GetShopped website.


WordPress 2.9 E-Commerce – The Book

Using the WordPress Shop Plugin just got way more professional. Dan Milward from Instinct just emailed us a link to their website where they recently announced the a new book published called WordPress 2.9 E-Commerce.

Great work guys!!

WP e-Commerce and Fedex

I just read the following annoucement on the GetShopped website. Enjoy!

Hi Team. I’m pleased announce a new Fedex Shipping Module, imediatly available for purchase from the WP e-Commerce Plugin, Premium Upgrades page.

The Fedex Shipping Module offers shop owners the ability to provide Fedex Shipping Quotes for products with weight.


  • Wp-e-Commerce Version 3.7.4 and above
  • Servers Running PHP 5
  • Fedex Account

WordPress e-Commerce Site

The WP e-Commerce Plugin for WordPress has launched a beautiful new community site designed to help users of their famous WordPress software.

As a person that develops e-Commerce sites for my clients I must say I am most pleased with their efforts – the WP e-Commerce Plugin works better then Shopp (has a cleaner interface & runs faster), and it has way more features than eShop, Yak & ShopperPress (there is nothing worse than running your business through a theme!!).

The benefits of the new site are tidy new forums, new video tutorials and nice new documentation (that we’ve been told is still under development and that it will be for the next week or so).

Thumbs up to the guys at Instinct. Or is it GetShopped 😉

PayPal Express

The boys who run the WP e-Commerce Plugin website have just published an article on PayPal Express. It does a really good job of explaining what PayPal Express is.

PayPal Express

One of the things we’re working on before launching the next minor WP e-Commerce Plugin update is a PayPal Express Checkout tweak. The user interface was a little tired and in need of a little CSS love.

For those wondering about PayPal Express I just copy and pasted this excerpt from another website.

“PayPal Express takes you from the shopping cart page to PayPal where you enter your address & credit card details; this automatically signs you up for a PayPal account (whether you want one or not), then you are taken back to the seller’s website where you select your correct shipping option. Clicking the confirm order button here will send the shipping details back to PayPal where they then adjust the total amount payable and debit your account.

The good thing about this payment system is that it is fast, easy and does not require the seller to record or store buyer’s credit card details (which would need SSL).

PayPal have also just changed their ‘Express’ payment method so that the customer now has the option of just paying with just their credit card, or saving their payment details with PayPal and opening a PayPal account (the same as PayPal standard). This has made PayPal Express much more attractive as a payment option.”

This is encouraging and while PayPal do not support PayPal Payments Pro in New Zealand perhaps we will explore using this on our own website as an alternative to PayPal Payment Standard.

» Read More information on PayPal Express Checkout

WP e-Commerce on WP 2.8

Dan Milward from Instinct just sent through this link:

This link demonstrates the WP e-Commerce Plugin working on a WordPress 2.8 + website. We really like how fast it runs and we’re looking forward to the full release. Good work guys and its nice to know that you like the Transformers too!!

Create an eCommerce Website with WordPress in under 5 minutes

In this 5 minute tutorial Adam Purcell of Hungry Dog Media walks you through all of the steps needed to create your first eCommerce website with WordPress and the WP e-Commerce Plugin.

Watch Video Tutorial