Full PayPal integration is not part of the plugin yet, though we are hoping to add this in a future version or as an addon. For now, you can set up Quform to submit a (hidden) “Buy Now” button which will send the user to PayPal after submitting the form successfully for them to make a fixed price payment. There will be no integration between Quform and the transactions, so they’ll need to be tracked manually.
Add the following code to the page that should contain your form, add it in the Text (or HTML) tab of the WordPress page editor.
[iphorm id="1" name="My PayPal form"]<div id="paypal-form" style="display: none;"> PAYPAL_BUTTON_CODE</div>
[iphorm id="1" name="My PayPal form"] <div id="paypal-form" style="display: none;"> PAYPAL_BUTTON_CODE </div>
Modify the above code as follows.
- On line 1, replace the Quform shortcode with the shortcode for your form
- On line 3, replace
PAYPAL_BUTTON_CODEwith the code for your PayPal “Buy Now” button, which you can get from PayPal after creating the button
Edit the Quform form that you inserted in Step 1, and go to Settings → General → Successful submit options. Make sure the setting On successful submit is set to Display a message and at the setting Message, add the following code below the existing message text.