Paypal Express Checkout vs. minimum order module
I have only Paypal Express Checkout payment module enabled on my site, and also the minimum order module installed.
When I place items in my cart, I notice on my shopping cart content page, there are two buttons to check out. One is "Go to check out", the other is "Check out with Paypal".
For testing purpose, I placed items lower than my minimum order setting (less than $50), and click on "go to checkout", and the page refreshes and stops on the same page telling the customer that "A minimum order of $50 is required in order to check out." And, I am fine with this.
However, when I try to check out with the same content (order total still below $50), and click on "Check out with Paypal", the page then automatically takes me to Paypal's payment processing page (even though there is no order summary shown).
My question is:
How can I stops Zen cart from sending my customer to Paypal's site (giving the customer a false impression that they could make their purchase even when they are below the minimum order? Or, how could I leave only one "check out" button on my shopping cart page? I don't understand why when I only have one payment module enabled, I still get two different check out buttons. I think with two check out buttons will also confuse my customers.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Last edited by miffy22; 19 Sep 2011 at 11:36 PM.
Re: Paypal Express Checkout vs. minimum order module
To stop them from using that button, go into your ZC Admin->Modules->Payment->PayPal Express Checkout, and turn off the Express Checkout Shortcut Button option.
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