After initial installation, continue following the steps below to customize and configure the WordPress Plugin.
Click Digital River and select Settings.
On the General tab, enter your Site ID, API Key, API Secret, Domain, Payment Services API Plugin Key, Username, and Password. Choose whether you want to run a scheduled product import or import your products manually. Leave the box unchecked to import manually. For a scheduled import, click the check box to set the import schedule. The import occurs twice daily to import and sync products every 12 hours (12 hours from the time the box is checked and the time is set).
Set up to eight locales (synched with language and currencies) on the Locale tab to enable localization. (Built-in translation is supported but it is an expectation that the client will audit and customize their own translated content.)
On the Checkout tab, check the boxes and click Save Changes to choose to:
Enable a test order
Display pricing as tax exclusive on the checkout flow
Display the short description along with the product name
Click the check box to set up a working test order. A test order helps you evaluate the flow of placing an order in your WordPress plugin site, including testing the use of payment methods such as credit cards. Test orders display a label at the top of the page, "This is a test order."
The plugin supports Global Tax management. Registered shoppers in the U.S. locale can apply their tax exemption in the checkout flow. When enabled for the storefront, a shopper (non-U.S. locale) can apply their "Tax Identifier" in the checkout flow. To display pricing as tax exclusive on checkout, click the check box.
Multiple payment types are available, such as credit cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay, PayPal, and others. Sample code can be found on the Digitalriver.js and Drop-in documentation pages. Your Checkout page will reflect the payment types you choose to have configured for your API keys. On the Payments tab, click Save Changes to save your settings.
Click Digital River and select Products.
To import products manually, click Import Products and view a progress bar during the import.
Once imported, you can see your entire product catalog, including details like currencies, locales, and categories.
Click Appearance, click Menus, and then click the Edit Menus tab if it is not already selected. (Note that you can add a new menu by clicking create a new menu, which helps you name and build a new menu.)
In the Add menu items group, expand the Product Categories menu. Click either the Most Used or View All tab, and click the Product Categories check boxes for the menu items you want to display. Then click Add to Menu.
The new choices now appear In the Menu structure group.
Use drag and drop to arrange your menu items in the order you want them to appear.
In the Menu Settings group, click to select the Auto add pages option. In the Display location group, click one or more display locations for the menu.
When you are finished, click Save Menu to save your changes.
Verify the menu appears on the Home page.
Click Digital River and select Products.
To locate the product you want to edit, enter the product title in the search field, and click Search Products.
Click the title of the product you want to edit.
Scroll to and then click the Manage Products link to go to Global Commerce.
Sign in to Global Commerce.
Select Catalog, select Products, and then click Manage Products.
Complete the search fields under the Search and Filters tab and then click Search to locate the specific products. The results appear in the Products list.
Click the internal name of the product you want to edit in the search results list.
Edit the product.
When you are finished editing the product, select Catalog, select Products, and then click Deploy Products.
Click the check box next to the product you want to deploy and click Deploy.
Return to the Digital River Products section in WordPress, and click Import Products to sync data.
The following table lists the file name associated with each section or page.
style.css → style.min.css
For information on configuring Global Commerce for use with your WordPress site, review "A Guide to Global Commerce", linked below.
Your store can be set up for anonymous and/or authenticated shopping. If you use authenticated shopping you can leverage the subscription and profile management features.