Payment options for Online Store.

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The Online Store features 15 ways to pay, what are those 15 ways besides Google Checkout and PayPal? Would like to know before I purchase it.
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i am considering also. Also can I put the yola store on all of my sites? I have more questions but i deal with those later
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There are a large number of electronic payment gateways and other modalities such as check, bank transfer, wire etc.

Credit Cards and payment systems

PayPal Standard and PayPal Express Checkout
Google Checkout
Authorize.Net SIM
Moneris SELECTplus (Hosted Paypage, Canadian accounts)
Beanstream (Hosted Payment Form)
eWAY (Shared Payments CVN / "Hosted Payment" page)
Network Merchants
e-Path / manual credit card processing
Robokassa (Webmoney, Yandex.Money, etc)
Sage Pay (Form integration)
iDEAL (via Mollie)
MultiSafepay ( iDEAL, credit cards, Giropay, DIRECTebanking, etc)
Suomen Verkkomaksut Oy
PayOnline System
Virtual Cart Services
Any payment gateway that can emulate Authorize.Net API

Offline methods

Business Check
Fax ordering
Money ordering
Personal check
Phone ordering
Purchase order
Wire transfer
and any you like..


Authorize.Net SIM

Any payment facility that has an API available for website use can be plugged in potentially. Ecwid have really done this extremely well. Many are wired in already and others you can implement yourself with some direction from Ecwid and there are KB articles on this with specific case resolutions and issues..

Your store is account based and you could have stores on each site. There are a number of tricks to separate the products for the different stores as obviously there is only one database per account but this isn't a problem. You can even set up different styles as your shop base for each site and with some more clever manipulation within the Ecwid CSS editor you can make the style appearance store specific.

I think that there is 20,000 products maximum per Ecwid account, so for most this is not going to be a limit to their variety of online stores.

Your best resource for information on the extension of the product such as these issues is the Ecwid Knowedgebase and their forums Eugene I think is the head man and a fairly cool sort of person who gets it spot on everytime. Qetzal is another of the senior team and a very pleasant and knowledgeable programmer/engineer. Maya does a lot of the forum responses and writes very well and very clearly. The responses aren't as fast as Yola but the quality is tops. Please always include your store name and any specific example. They really don't like statements "I have this problem can you help?" so help them with a good description of your problem.
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Hello Paul

Yes, you can have your Yola Online Store on all of your Yola websites. You can even make it look like different Online Stores if you select a different category for each site.