RomanCartWPPlugin (Standard version)

RomanCart WordPress Plugin from Davelopware LtdOur *RomanCart WordPress Plugin makes it easy for anyone to turn their WordPress website into a thriving online business.

The plugin enables you to place simple text into the normal wordpress editor and have that automatically translated into “add to basket” and “checkout” links when the web page is viewed.

It really couldn’t be any simpler…
For example, once the plugin is installed, simply add the following text straight into the normal wordpress editor into a page or post…

[romancart action="addToBasketButton" itemcode="product1"]

Wherever that is placed in the text of the page or post an ‘Add to Basket’ button will appear. No html editing is required. The button will take the user straight to the RomanCart shopping cart with the product added in ready to check out or continue shopping on your site.

The plugin enables various shortcodes and other helpful features…

Feature
Link to add a product to RomanCart Basket
Link to add a predefined product to RomanCart Basket
Button to add a product to RomanCart Basket
Button to add a predefined product to RomanCart Basket
Link to view RomanCart Basket (and so onto checkout)
Button to view RomanCart Basket (and so onto checkout)
Statically download product data such as price, availability and number in stock from RomanCart into pages
Pro Only
Display statically downloaded product data
Pro Only
Dynamically download and display product data such as price, availability and number in stock from RomanCart directly into pages
Pro Only
Configure RomanCart StoreId in one place (plugin settings page)
Pro Only
Handy links directly into RomanCart product manager and configuration pages (plugin settings page)
Pro Only

 

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