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How to make a PayPal Button

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Donate Button

Open the PayPal button creation page

  1. Log in to your PayPal Business or Premier account at paypal.com.
    Your PayPal account Summary page opens.
  2. At the top of the page, select Tools, and then All Tools.
  3. Scroll to PayPal buttons and click Open.
    The Make a PayPal Button page opens.
    Tip: To add PayPal buttons to your Tools menu, click the Payment buttons heart on the All Tools page.
  4. Click Select button for the type of button you want to create.
    The Create PayPal payment button page opens and displays the button's configuration options.

Enter payment details

  1. For Organization name/service, enter the purpose for the donation or the name of your organization. If you leave this field blank, your donors can complete this field during checkout.
  2. (Optional) Enter a value in Donation ID to identify different kinds of donations. For example, you might enter the name of your current fundraising campaign.
    Note: If you want to let donors enter their own contribution amount, you can stop here. Click Create Button to save your button and generate the HTML code. Then copy and paste the code to your web page.

Customize the button text and appearance

You can change the appearance and text of the default PayPal button or you can enter a URL to use your own button image.
To customize the button appearance:
  1. Click Customize text or appearance.
  2. To use a smaller version of the default PayPal button, click Use smaller button.
  3. By default, credit card logos are displayed beneath the payment button. To hide the logos, uncheck Display credit card logos.
    Note: This option is not applicable to Add to Cart buttons.
  4. To change the default language, click the Country and language for button menu and select a country and language. If you change the country and language, verify that Currency is set appropriately.
    The default language is specified in the Preferred language, under My Settings in your Profile.
  5. To use your own button (not hosted by PayPal), select Use your own button image and then enter the URL of your button image. If your image is hosted on an SSL-secured server, change the text box, to begin with https://.
Buy Button 


Add product options and prices

If your product has multiple options, like colors and sizes, add a drop-down menu to your button to list each option. You can list options with or without prices. To gather product customization information from a customer, add a text box to your button. For example, if you offer custom engraving, customers enter the message they want engraved in the text box.
  1. To add up to 10 product options, click Add drop-down menu with price/option or Add options without prices.
  2. Configure these options:
    Name of drop-down menuEnter a name that appears above the drop-down menu, as Size.
    Menu option nameEnter a name for the option, such as Small.
    PriceEnter the price for option, such as $10.00. This item is disable if you are adding options without prices.
    CurrencyA drop-down menu that shows the default currency. To change the currency, select a different currency in the drop-down menu.
  3. Click Add another optionRemove option, or Done.
  4. Preview the drop-down menu in Your customer's view.
  5. To add up to two text fields where customers can enter information, click Add text field.
  6. Enter a text-box label, such as Text to engrave:

Customize the button text and appearance

You can change the appearance and text of the default PayPal button or you can enter a URL to use your own button image.
To customize the button appearance:
  1. Click Customize text or appearance.
  2. To use a smaller version of the default PayPal button, click Use smaller button.
  3. By default, credit card logos are displayed beneath the payment button. To hide the logos, uncheck Display credit card logos.
    Note: This option is not applicable to Add to Cart buttons.
  4. To change the default language, click the Country and language for button menu and select a country and language. If you change the country and language, verify that Currency is set appropriately.
    The default language is specified in the Preferred language, under My Settings in your Profile.
  5. To use your own button (not hosted by PayPal), select Use your own button image and then enter the URL of your button image. If your image is hosted on an SSL-secured server, change the text box, to begin with.https://
  1. To hide the default credit card banner, click Display credit card logos to disable the banner.
  2. To change the default Buy Now text to Pay Now, click Select button text.
    The button text is changed to Pay Now.
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How to make a PayPal Button How to make a PayPal Button Reviewed by Admin on September 28, 2018 Rating: 5
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