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If in the first part of the article we were explaining when to use the Paypal plugin, the custom script available in the forum and the differences between the Single Product and the Multiple Product fields , the second part of this series explains the use of the RSForm!Pro PayPal Plugin with the Multiple Products field.

The RSForm!Pro PayPal Plugin

RSForm!Pro - Joomla! form manager

If you want to find out more about the use of the Single Product field with the Paypal plugin, please refer to the first part of the article.

1.2 The RSForm!Pro PayPal Plugin with Multiple Products fields

The Multiple Products field gives you more flexibility than the Single Product field. When you use this field multiple times, you can turn your form into a small shopping cart.

05 May 2010 7 comments in RSForm!Pro
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First of all, I will share with you a gorgeous recipe, one that you can apply for a variety of Joomla! sites.

Let's see the ingredients: RSForm!Pro integration with PayPal

  • we take 1 Joomla! form created with RSForm!Pro
  • the RSForm!Pro PayPal Plugin
  • like other successfully recipes, one secret ingredient that will add that all important touch to the final result, custom script example that enhances the flexibility and allows you to use quantity, products and donations.

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Result = the perfect symbiosis between the most popular Joomla! form and the most popular payment processor.

What we want to explain

Enough talking...briefly, this article will explain how can you turn your Joomla! site into a small shopping cart, when to use the RSForm!Pro PayPal Plugin and when to use the custom script so you can decide yourself which one suites best for your project.

This article is part 1 of a 3 part series:

  • in the first part, we will talk about the RSForm!Pro PayPal Plugin with the Single Products field
  • the second article will have information and screenshots about the RSForm!Pro PayPal Plugin with the Multiple Products field and the video tutorial How to add PayPal functionality to your Joomla! forms using the RSForm!Pro PayPal Plugin
  • the last article will explain the custom script available on the forum with some examples.


30 Apr 2010 24 comments in RSForm!Pro
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We have released a new version of RSForm!Pro adding some new features to our Joomla! form manager including:RSForm!Pro - Joomla! form manager

  • You can export unlimited amounts of submissions with the new Ajax based export tool
  • You can add multiple products in the RSForm!Pro - Paypal plugin
  • You can add extra characters to the existing validation rules
  • There is a new validation rule that accepts only the characters set by you
  • You can use placeholders for the file attachments

Need a Joomla! form manager? Discover RSForm!Pro on the RSJoomla! demo

30 Oct 2009 6 comments in RSForm!Pro
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A lot of RSForm! customers tend to move their forms to RSForm!Pro to extend the form functionalities.RSForm!Pro - Joomla! form extension

Thanks to the newest RSForm!Pro plugin, you can import forms in 3 simple steps. Notice that you need to have installed both Joomla! form managers, RSForm! and RSForm!Pro (at least 1.2.0 Rev. 24 )


First step: download the Joomla! Migration Plugin (access your www.rsjoomla.com account >> Downloads rea).

02 Jul 2009 0 comments in RSForm!Pro
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RSForm!Pro has a new plugin for Joomla! that it's easy to implement and will help you track forms in your Google Analytics (GA) reports.

In order to view how many visitors accessed a form in Google Analytics and how many of them has actually completed the data and submitted the form, you have to place some additional tracking code to your website pages and configure goals. Usually goals are used on key pages to analyze the actions of a visitor in a set of related pages, such as shopping cart or order form.In our case the goal would be the steps that makes a visitor to reach the "Thank you" page of the form.

26 Jun 2009 0 comments in RSForm!Pro
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