Joomla Google Checkout Donation / Buy Now Module
|By David Attard|
Accept payments online with the Google Checkout Module
This Joomla module is a very customizable module which allows you to quickly enable Google Checkout Donations or Buy Now items on your Joomla! website. It is very simple to setup, and you can get it up and running in a matter of minutes - just make sure you have created a Google Checkout sell account and just put in a few parameters and enable the module. This uses the Google Checkout backends as your online payment gateway.
The module offers the following customizable parameters:
Google Checkout and Joomla! donations
To ensure you are eligible for donations please read this carefully: https://checkout.google.com/seller/npo/
Nomal Edition - Download (Free)
The module should be very simple to use, however if you find anyproblem while use it, please drop a line in the comments below or via the forums, and we try our best to support you. If you like it and used it, pleasedo leave a comment with a link to your site, it would be good to know that other people have found it useful.
Please help us
If you've used and like this module, please review it on the Jooma! Extensions Directory here: http://extensions.joomla.org/extensions/e-commerce/payment-systems/24290 You will be helping us very much and it won't cost you anything.
Live Demo - see below
DC Google Checkout Donations $10
Joomla Google Checkout Donation
To install the module, simply go to (Extensions > Module Manager forJoomla), choose the file you have downloaded above and click on the upload and install button.
Configuration of the module is done via Extensions > Module Manager. Click on the DC Google Checkout Donation Module item, and you will see a screenshot similar to the one below:
View the module being setup on YouTube
Please post to the forums of you need help in configuring the module.
Do you like this module? - Buy us a beer (€3)
If you liked this module, please consider buying me a beer. Every drop counts! No guarantees that any donations will be spent onnew development rather than beer, though every effort will be made tospend all donations on new developments