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Old 05-18-2016, 11:34 AM
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Need custom return url after paypal


Hello,
I know, that ECWID automaticaly redirect customers from paypal checkout back to store. But I need to send my customers to my prepared page after payment. Is it possible? I realy appreciate if you can help me.

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Radek
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Old 05-19-2016, 06:34 PM
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Hello,
I know, that ECWID automaticaly redirect customers from paypal checkout back to store. But I need to send my customers to my prepared page after payment. Is it possible? I realy appreciate if you can help me.

Thank you

Radek
Greetings from Ecwid Customer Care team!

Yes, you are right, customers are redirected after a successful checkout by PayPal to “Thank you for your order page” of your store. It is also highly recommended to enable the "Auto Return" option of your PayPal account . You can find it on Profile → My selling tools → Website Payment Preferences page (refer to this article for more detailed information https://help.ecwid.com/customer/en/p...). The auto-return will force your customers to return to your store.
And it is possible to redirect them to a custom page of your choice, it’s a customization with use of our JavaScript API. There’s a ready code for that here - https://gist.github.com/makfruit/1501134

The following article contains the information how to modify your Ecwid store in Wix - https://help.ecwid.com/customer/portal/articles/1213172 (FAQ > “I want to apply HTML/Javascript modification to my Ecwid store in Wix. Where should I put the modification code?”)

This script handles the Ecwid “OnPageLoad” event and substitutes the standard “thank you for your order page” with the one you specify. So, a custom page URL is located within this variable:
‘var confirmationPageURL = "http://google.com";’
Please insert your custom page address instead of “http://google.com” of the code.
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