If you select “Allow Both CC and Paypal” option in the step 2 of button generation process, then on the checkout page you will find 2 options:
1. Pay with CC
2. Checkout with Paypal
The Pay-with-CC button on the DAP Cart Checkout page can be configured to lead users through a 1-click Upsell Funnel.
The “Checkout with Paypal” button on the DAP Cart Checkout page can’t do 1-Click Upsells but you can configure it to lead buyers to an upsell page with a ‘regular checkout with paypal’ button. If they click on it, it can send them to paypal to login and pay. It won’t be 1-click though. The user’s will be out of the DAP cart flow at this point. But that’s fine as the dap cart completes each individual transaction before sending users to the next page.
You could use our Paypal Upsell Tree Plugin for 2-click upsells with paypal, but this plugin is not integrated with DAP Shopping Cart. If you want to use this plugin, you will need 2 separate button on the sales page – pay with CC OR pay with Paypal instead of an integrated checkout option on the checkout page.
See – http://wickedcoolplugins.com/doc/paypal-upsell-tree-documentation/
DAP integrates with ClickBank “PitchPlus”, which is their 1-Click Upsell process.
So you can basically start by selling one front-end product, and then if your buyer purchases that product, you can then upsell them more products right after, and since they’ve already entered their payment information once, ClickBank remembers this information and allows them to purchase further products without having to re-enter all of the information again.
The basic idea is the same for DAP/CB integration, whether it’s one product, or multiple Upsell products .
You basically do a one-time set up of INS and the secret key as explained here.
Once that’s done, then for every Front-end product or Upsell-product, they are all integrated with DAP the same way: You just make sure the “Item Name” in CB and the “Product Name” in DAP both match, that’s it!
And for the last product in your upsell, be sure to point it to a static page containing a message like “Thank You, please check your email inbox for login details”.
And since CB notifies DAP separately for each product purchased, right then and there, if they end up buying 3 products during checkout (1 main + 2 upsells), then DAP will send the user 3 separate welcome emails. Of course, that’s optional – you don’t have to send out a welcome email for all products, but we highly recommend that you do.
Plus since they would be using the same email id for all 3 purchases, DAP will give them access to all purchased products under a single DAP account. So they need to log in to just one account to access content from all products that they just purchased.
This is the old, deprecated version of the DAP Shopping Cart add-on. This is still here for archive purposes only, and should only be used with DAP versions 4.4.x or EARLIER.
If you are wanting to use the new DAP Shopping Cart Plugin that supports Stripe and has a unified checkout page, etc, then you can download it from http://digitalaccesspass.com/dappers/new-dap-shopping-cart-plugin/
This plugin replaces ALL files from both the “Paypal Payments Pro” Upsell-Tree plugin as well as the “Authorize.net” Upsell-Tree Plugin
Starting DAP v4.2, we have consolidated both the Authorize.net & Paypal Payments Pro Upsell-Tree Plugins into one simple set of files, and it has been named the DAP Shopping Cart, which will allow you to both accept one time and recurring payments, as well as do 1-Click Upsells.
This consolidated set of files is named DAPShoppingCart.zip , and is available for download from the members’ area at http://DigitalAccessPass.com/dap/ .
If you are upgrading to DAP v4.2 from a previous DAP version, and you’ve been using Authorize.net or Paypal Payments Pro to accept payments, then you must also upgrade to the new DAP Shopping Cart.
So all you need to is…
1) Download the DAPShoppingCart.zip file from the members area
2) Unzip it to your desktop
3) Upload all files inside directly to your main “dap” folder on your site. (do not upload the folder named DAPShoppingCart – upload only the files inside this folder)
Warning: file_get_contents(/home/mysite/dap/upsell1.html) [function.file-get-contents]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/mysite/dap/continue.php(1) : eval()'d code on line 20
Solution: Create missing file.
Every buy button generated by DAP for Auth.net or Paypal Payments Pro, will look something like this…
<form name=”generate_authnet” method=”post” action=”https://www.DigitalAccessPass.com/dap/buy.php”>
<input type=”hidden” name=”item_name” value=”DAP Upsell Tree – Auth.net (T)”/>
<input type=”hidden” name=”description” value=”DAP Upsell Tree For Authorize.net” />
<input type=”hidden” name=”amount” value=”97.00″ />
<input type=”hidden” name=”trial_amount” value=”0.01″ />
<input type=”hidden” name=”total_occurrences” value=”1″ />
<input type=”hidden” name=”is_recurring” value=”Y” />
<input type=”hidden” name=”recurring_cycle_1″ value=”365″ />
<input type=”hidden” name=”recurring_cycle_2″ value=”365″ />
<input type=”hidden” name=”recurring_cycle_3″ value=”365″ />
<input type=”hidden” name=”payment_succ_page” value=”https://www.YourSite.com/dap/continue.php?url=/dap/upsell1.html” />
<input type=”hidden” name=”payment_gateway” value=”authnet” />
<input type=”hidden” name=”is_submitted” value=”Y” />
<input type=”submit” value=”Buy Now” />
If you see the line in bold above, you will see the field…
… pointing to the first upsell…
What this essentially means, is that once the payment for the front end order is complete, you want the contents of the page /dap/upsell.html to be presented as the first upsell.
a) Either create an HTML page called upsell1.html in the dap folder.
b) Or change the name of the file in the buy-button form code above, to be whatever your actual file name is.
c) Or if you don’t wish to do any upsells, then put the URL of your final thank you page in that field’s value.
Look for this in the DAP generated button code:
input type=”submit” value=”Buy Now”
Replace it with your own image :
For example –
input type=”image” src=”/images/btn-order.png” value=”Buy Now”
If images folder is at the root of your site, set src = /images/btn-order.png. If it’s under dap folder, the src tag should be set to “/dap/images/btn-order.png”.
DAP has built-in support for ClickBank’s Instant Notification Services (INS) (starting v3.9)
This is very similar to Paypal’s Instant Payment Notification (IPN).
The ClickBank INS notification will be processed instantly in real time, and your members will receive their welcome email with their membership login info instantly after purchase.
For high-level ClickBank user-flow, see this post.
Integrating with ClickBank is the same whether it’s a one-time product, a subscription product with recurring payments, or a PitchPlus (one-click upsells) product.
1. Login to your ClickBank account
2. Go to the “Account Settings” tab at the top
3. Click on “My Site” from the sub-menu at the top.
4. Under Advanced Tools, update the Instant Notification Service URL (accept the terms of service etc), and make sure the URL points to:
Replace YourSite.com above with your actual domain name.
5. Screenshot below shows Version 1.0, but starting DAP v4.2, we have added support for CB INS 2.1.
So if you’re using DAP v4.2 or later, then select INS Version 2.0 and set the CB INS URL TO :
But if you’re using DAP v4.1 or earlier, then select Version 1.0
and set INS URL TO:
6. Whatever value you put in the Secret Key field in ClickBank (see image above), put the same value (must be ALL UPPERCASE) in to your DAP Admin Dashboard on your web site, at:
Setup > Config > Payment Processing > Secret Authorization Key used when interfacing with external systems
7. The Product Title in CB must match the Product Name in DAP.
8. The Thank You Page url in CB product settings page, should be set to point a static thank-you page you create in your WordPress blog – something like http://YourSite.com/thank-you/ .
And the page should state something to the effect of…
Thank you for your purchase. The download information for the product you just purchased has been sent to the email id you just use during the purchase.
Please check that email id in a few minutes, and you will see an email from us with your login information.
Make a test purchase.
If the integration was setup correctly, the user will be registered in DAP. You will find the user account in the DAP Users > Manage screen and you will find the completed transaction / order details on the DAP Orders page.
If the test order is listed in DAP Orders page, then CB is correctly integrated with DAP. Check the payment status in DAP Orders page. If it says Success, but no welcome/thank-you email got sent, then make sure you set the thank-you email for that product in DAP products page.
If no order is listed in DAP orders page for the test purchase, then CB is not integrated with DAP.
To troubleshoot, do the following:
Last updated: 09/02/2014
UPDATE: We are now authorized resellers for Authorize.net. If you’re in the US or Canada, click here to apply. If you’re in the UK, then click here.
DAP directly integrates with the following Payment Processors without the need for any additional third-party shopping carts:
DAP also integrates with the following Shopping Carts
Since DAP integrates with Shopping carts like WooCommerc, 1SiteAutomation.com (our white label of 1Shoppingcart), e-Junkie, Premium Web Cart and Infusionsoft, that means that it also integrates (albeit indirectly) with all of the Payment processors and gateways that these carts support. So, for example, since DAP works with 1SiteAutomation, it essentially integrates with all payment providers supported by 1SiteAutomation, like:
Bank of America
DPI Merchant Services
ECX QuickCommerce 3.0
Paymentech (direct integration via Authorize.net)
PayPal Payflow Pro (via e-Junkie)
TrialPay (via e-Junkie)
VeriSign PayFlow Pro
ViaKlix (Nova Systems)
For the full list and more details, click here
If you use the DAP Shopping Cart Plugin, you can do 1-Click Upsells/Downsells like the pros, without the need for any external shopping cart or upsell service provider.
The free DAP shopping cart that comes with your DAP purchase allows you to do unlimited 1-Click Upsells using Stripe, Authorize.net and Paypal Website Payments Pro (legacy).
However, for doing 2-Click Upsells/Downsells with Paypal Standard, you need our Paypal Upsell-Tree plugin that is sold separately. Or you can also get this plugin for free with our Platinum subscription.
Of course, if you need advanced shopping cart features – like ability to calculate shipping, tax, and coupons – then you should consider using 1SiteAutomation.com.
If you want automated recurring order processing using 1ShoppingCart (1SC) or 1SiteAutomation.com, then DAP needs to be able to process the recurring email notifications sent by 1ShoppingCart, which it does on the back-end when the DAP Cron Job runs every 10 minutes.
However, if you’re using Godaddy as your web host, then because GoDaddy disables a mandatory PHP library (“imap”) on all their servers for some reason, DAP is unable to process the recurring order email notifications from 1ShoppingCart.
This is not an issue if you are using GoDaddy as just your domain name registrar, and using some other service like Liquid Web or Hostgator as your web host.
But if you’re using 1SC & GoDaddy hosting, you will have to end up doing manual cancellations if any member cancels their subscription, or if their credit card fails and their recurring payments don’t get processed.
Please note that 1ShoppingCart order processing works great with all other (non-GoDaddy) hosts.
OTO’s are now part of DAP. And they’re available for free to all DAP users.
This OTO script can also be used for making Upsells and Downsells too!
Only thing you have to remember is, that these won’t be 1-Click Upsells or 1-Click Downsells. If you want true 1-Click Upsells, then do check out our plugin, Upsell-Tree, which allows you to do exactly that.
When you set up your buy button, after the sale, configure the “return url” to be:
Of course, you should have already created a page called upsell1.html and uploaded it to the root of your web site (where your home page is).
So after your buyer has purchased your product, and arrive at this first upsell page, the URL they see in their browser will actually look like…
They will not see the text “/upsell1.html” in the url, because continue.php would have already stripped out the file name from the end of the link.
So even if they bookmark it or share it with others, the URL they see will just be http://YourSite.com/dap/continue.php – which means they can’t get back to that page, and neither will the people they have shared the link with.
On each upsell page, you can make any offer you want. Let’s say you put the buy button on this upsell page to buy a different product. Now when you create the buy button for this new upsell product, make sure the “return url” for that button, is now…
And you can also put a “No Thanks” button on each of these upsell pages, which could in turn take them either to a downsell page, or to an order completion page (where you thank them for your purchase).
If your “No Thanks” button is going to lead to a downsell page, then here’s the code:
<form action=“http://YourSite.com/dap/continue.php?url=/downsell1.html” method=”post” >
<input type=”submit” value=”No, Thanks. I’ll skip this special offer” />
If your “No Thanks” button is going to lead to a final thank you page, where there are no more upsells or downsells, and where you simply thank your buyer for the purchase, then the code for that is:
<form action=“http://YourSite.com/dap/continue.php?url=/thankyou.html” method=”post” >
<input type=”submit” value=”No, Thanks. I’ll skip this special offer” />
Yes, you do need to be just a little bit technical for this. So, if you absolutely did not understand anything written above, then you should probably not be attempting to be doing OTO’s.
But if you simply have questions about how to use this for what you’re thinking to do, please feel free to ask them in the comments below.
– Ravi Jayagopal