Just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate your support team. Responses are fast and they stick with the problem until it is resolved. If only all plugins had such support! BTW, have you
What's the best way to modify the code for the pay_again shortcode to get the PayPal environment (live or testing) to properly set the $paypal_url variable?
I use Formidable Pro along with Justin Tadlock's Members plugin to restrict forms to logged-in users. This worked fine for a long time, but now there’s a problem when I publish a view and a form or
I need to have a field be editable or read-only depending on the value of another field in the entry. How can I do it?
I'm using Formidable PayPal to process donations and it's doing that just fine. My problem is that I'm not being returned to my successful return URL after payment. Have you ever seen that
Any chance of tacking $_POST onto the end of the argument in frm_payment_paypal_ipn? I need to get access to mc_gross and payment_status for updating transaction status in my forms. I modified
After testing the PayPal add-on on a development server I've moved to the production server and run some tests to make sure everything was moved properly. Now I'd like to reset the Payments database
I'm getting a fatal PHP error in verify_ipn at this line: $log_data['ipn_response'] = $response["body"]; The error message is [06-Feb-2013 04:14:05 UTC] PHP Fatal error: Cannot use object of
When I deny a transaction in the PayPal sandbox the PayPal Payments "Completed" field is still "no". Are the only valid field values "yes" and "no" and does the field only contain "yes" if the
I want to allow the user to register multiple players for a league and have each player show up as a separate line item in PayPal because there are different registration categories with different