This area handles a variety of settings that don't quite fit in a larger group. It's broken into sections called
- Misc Settings
- Checkout Settings
- Button Text
- File Downloads
- Accounting Settings
- Terms of Agreement
Redirect to Checkout
Normally when an item is added to the cart the end user remains on the shopping page, and can optionally click to go to the checkout page. With Redirect to Checkout turned on the end user is taken directly to the checkout page.
This allows the customer to set a quantity of a single item for purchase on both the Add to Cart buttons and the Checkout.
Remove Data on Uninstall?
When EDD is uninstalled, your data typically remains in the database. If you'd like to remove that data, check this option.
Enforce SSL on Checkout
If you have an SSL certificate for your site, and you want to be SURE people are using it while on your checkout page, click this box.
This requires that the end user have a user account and be logged in, in order to check out.
Show Register / Login Form
If the end user is required to be logged in to check out, this provides the option to show either
- Registration and Login Forms
- Registration Form Only
- Login Form Only
This allows the customer to use more than one discount code on a single purchase.
Enable Cart Saving
This allows the customer to save a cart and come back to the site at another time and continue shopping.
Complete Purchase Text
The button label for completing a purchase on the checkout page.
Add to Cart Text
Text shown on the Add to Cart Buttons.
Buy Now Text
Text shown on the Buy Now Buttons.
Servers can use different methods of telling the browser the download should be saved rather than attempting to display it. This option gives you a choice in how your server delivers the item to the browser. See What is the difference between Forced Download and Redirect Download? for more details on this setting.
File Download Limit
When a customer purchases an item, by default they can download it as many times as they'd like. This option limits that, so a download URL will expire after a certain number of uses. This value can be over-written on a per-item basis, so you can use it on some items and not others.
For example, a download limit of 5 allows the customer to download each file 5 times.
You can provide customers with an additional download by resending the purchase receipt from the Payment History window. Doing this will increment the download limit by one.
Download Link Expiration
This allows you to set a certain number of hours in which the customer may download the item from that specific URL after purchase.
This option hides the download link on the customer's Account page. If they keep their receipt they'll still be able to download from there, so if it's vital they not be allowed to download later you should also set the File Download Limit to 1 or set a short Download Link Expiration.
Enable SKU Entry
Check this box to allow entry of product SKUs. SKUs will be shown on purchase receipt and exported purchase histories.
Sequential Order Numbers
Check this box to enable sequential order numbers.
Sequential Starting Number
If Sequential Order Numbers are enabled this allows you to specify at which number the sequence begins.
Sequential Number Prefix
A prefix to prepend to all sequential order numbers.
Sequential Number Postfix
A postfix to append to all sequential order numbers.
Terms of Agreement
Agree to Terms
Check this to show an agree to terms on the checkout that users must agree to before purchasing
Agree to Terms Label
Label shown next to the agree to terms check box
This provides a Rich Text box to enter your Terms Of Agreement.