Paypal Stack is not your typical Paypal Button stack. In fact it does not add a Paypal button to your page at all, instead it adds either a hidden download link or a failure message.
PayPal Stack requires that you set up your Paypal Merchant Page with a few options that you probably haven't activated yet. First, you will need to activate Payment Data Transfer (PDT), after which you need to copy the ID Token into Paypal Stack. On the PayPal setup page, you will also need to activate Automatic Return and add the URL of your success/failure page. Detailed instructions are supplied on Bryn's page.
Once you've set up your purchase page, you can add the button code supplied by PayPal to an HTML stack.
Now add the new success/failure page that includes the PayPal Stack.
First add your Item ID to the Paypal Stack settings panel under Match Item ID. You can add up to four items.
There is an option to Check Name/Email/Payment to prevent falsified payments.
The next option is PayPal Hostname. This may be altered for test purposes, but should be set to Paypal.com before publishing your page.
Finally there is an option to add Debug Information to the transaction details that PayPal returns after a purchase.
The Paypal Stack itself has two containers. The upper container is labeled If Purchase Valid and you may drop your Payment Confirmed message (required by PayPal) and your download link or your download stacks (E.G FileSafe, or TrueDownload) here. The stacks contained here will only be displayed once a payment is confirmed and your buyer is returned to your page via PayPal.
The lower container is labeled Else and the stacks contained here will only be displayed if your customer cancels his payment on the Paypal page, or someone arrives on your page by accident. Something like a text stack with "Oops! You changed your mind, or an error occurred.", for instance.
Paypal Stack automatically changes your page extension to .php, so if you already had the download page online, you'll need to delete the .html file. A small price to pay for
not having a page that will allow your visitors to see a download link when they find the page by accident. I'd have purchased this stack years ago – had it been available.
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