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Posted on 2011-02-16
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can any one show me how to incoraperate pay pal in my html website

i registered for pay pal sand box

now i need to know how to have a pay pal button to pay for an item.


please help
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sorry this website is in html.  not using asp
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You should need to associate your form action attribute to a link to the paypal service (this url and it's required parameters should be referenced on your paypal account technical documentation).

Then you only need to use an input type image to show a paypal button that fires your form.
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