Payloom 3 - PRO Features

Pro Features

  1. Settings

    1. Company Name
      Your company name as it will appear in the default email.
    2. Reply-To Email
      Your sales email address that will be used in emails. Ideally this email address should be on the same domain as your site.
    3. Web Site URL
      This is your website URL that will be used displayed in the default email.
    4. Link Key
      Should be set to a unique encryption key that is used to create secure download links. Any random word will do but you must keep this value secret.
    5. PDT Token
      see PayPal Setup
    6. Password
      The password used to enter the manual order form and view orders page.
    7. Folder Name
      Name that is obscure and that cannot be guessed. Your downloadable files will be stored here.
    8. Notification Email
      Payloom can send you, the seller, an email each time an order is received. Your can format this email however you like using the Notify Email Template.
    9. Copy of Order Email
      The address you want to receive copies of the order emails sent to clients. You can have several email addresses separated by commas if you wish
    10. Debug Email
      The address you want to receive detailed debug information related to your Payloom cart. You can have several email addresses separated by commas if you wish.
    11. Download Notify Email
      This setting will cause an email to be sent to you each time a download link is used. The email will let you know the original order number, email address item number, item description, filename, IP address, time of download and expiry time of the link.
    12. Error Email
      The address you want to receive error notices related to your Payloom cart. You can have several email addresses separated by commas if you wish.
    13. Timezone
      Default timezone that should be used with your shopping cart. A listing of properly formatted timezones can be found at
    14. Direct Order Button
      The text to be shown on the Direct Order Checkout button.
    15. Enable Direct Order Mode
      Allow customers to skip payment authorization and have order processed immediately. This is great for vendors accepting cash or check payments for their wares.
    16. HTML Formatted Email
      Specify if you want HTML formatted emails or Plain Text emails sent.

  2. MySQL

    Save your orders to a sepecifed MySQL database. You can then access the data via our provided backend interface OR using your own custom script/app.

    1. Save to MySQL Database
      Enable this feaure if you wish to have all orders saved to a MySQL database. Orders saved can later be viewed using the Pro Admin Page.
    2. Host Address
      IP or web adddress to your MySQL database server. The most common is "localhost", but check with your host if you are not sure.
    3. Username
      The username used to login to your MySQL server.
    4. Password
      The password used to login to your MySQL server.
    5. Database Name
      The name of the database you wish to use for saving orders to.
    6. Table Name
      The table name you wish to have setup for saving orders to.

  3. Security

    Creating a Block...

    • Click the + symbol in the bottpm left corner to add a block.
    • Select the type of block, IP Address or Email Address.
    • Type in a value depending on the Type you chose in the step above. Please use valid IP and Email address formatting.
    • When you have finished adding blocks, then use the Set... button at the bottom of the page to assign the Block Page the blocked user will see when they are redirected from downloading your product(s).

  4. Misc

    Error Messages

    1. Default Error
      Generic error message that is shown when errors not assigned occur.
    2. Wrong Amount
      Error shown when the total amount fails to match the prices set in Payloom.
    3. Transaction Not Complete
      The message shown when a transaction ( you guessed it ) does not have a status of Complete.
    4. Download Permission Denied
      The name of the database you wish to use for saving orders to.
    5. Link Expired
      Message that is shown when the download link has expired.

  5. Templates

    1. Notify Email
      Template used for emails sent to seller/vendor.
    2. Order Email
      Template used for emails sent to the customer.
    3. Manual Email
      Template used for order emails sent using the Manual/Test Order Form found on the Pro Admin Page.
    4. Return Page
      Template used for the return page your customers see after a successful order. This will contain any download links if you are selling digital goods.
    5. Download Page
      Template used for display page during download. This is your basic "Download in the Background" page. There may be times when the automatic download will not begin (because of browser security restrictions etc) in which case you can use the template variable #link# to include the link in the page.
    6. Error Page
      Template used for your own error page to match the rest of your site and insert into it a variable placeholder that will be replaced with the error message at run time. To do this simply insert #message# in the appropriate place inside your template.

  6. Extra Fields

    1. Show Extra Fields at Checkout
      Enablig this feature will add form inputs the customer can fill in at checkout. This is great for gathering additional information from the customer.
    2. First Name - Telephone
      Enable/Disable which input fields you would like displayed at checkout. You can also enter the localized text value that the user will see for each field, as well as, mark if the field needs to be required.
    3. Custom 1 - 4
      Same as above , but these will contain any custom data you wish to gather at checkout.
    4. Placeholders
      The placeholder text that will be included in the Optional and Required text input fields.
    5. Validation Error
      Error text that is shown when a Required or Email input is not valid.

  7. Stripe™

    1. Enable Stripe
      Enabling this will display a button at checkout that will initiate a Stripe ( Credit Card ) button at checkout.
    2. Secret Key
      Your secret API key (Test or Live).
    3. Publishable Key
      Your publishable API key (Test or Live).
    4. Description
      A description of the product or service being purchased.
    5. Panel Label
      The label of the payment button in the Checkout form (e.g. “Subscribe”, “Pay {{amount}}”, etc.). If you include {{amount}}, it will be replaced by the provided amount. Otherwise, the amount will be appended to the end of your label.
    6. Button Text
      The text to be shown on the default blue button.
    7. Image
      A square image of your brand or product. The recommended minimum size is 128x128px.
    8. Requires Zip Code
      Specify whether Checkout should validate the billing ZIP code.
    9. Accept Bitcoin
      Specify whether to accept Bitcoin in Checkout.
    10. Allow Remember Me
      Specify whether to include the option to "Remember Me" for future purchases.

  8. Pro Admin Page

    There maybe times when you wish to send a client the download links manually. Perhaps when there is a problem with payment, the original email is not received or because you wish to allow evaluation before purchase. The Pro Admin Page can be used to send the download links manually in this case.

    The Pro Admin Page also gives you the option to View Orders saved to MySQL database ( if enabled ).

    To display the Pro Admin Page open your browser and go to URL similar to:

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