PayPal checkout page, change name or banner?

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Hello, I'm trying to find out how it's possible to either change the name or place a banner at the top of my PayPal shopping cart and checkout pages? Ideally I'd like to have different names appear for different websites I'm selling from, rather than just my own name. It's a business account I have. I can't find any information on PayPal about how to do it.

Any help would be much appreciated.
#banner #change #checkout #page #paypal #shopping cart
  • Profile picture of the author ppc4profit
    There was a WSO on this by entrepenerd - http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...ore-sales.html

    If you are a member of the War Room you can read his posting on what to do.

    Hope that this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author The Pension Guy
    Login to your PP account > Profile and under Selling Preferences look for the Custom Payment Pages. You can create as many as you want, including adding a custom header image (hosted on a secure, https server) - and when creating the payment button you can select which Page template to use.
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  • Profile picture of the author Glenn72
    Oh there it is. I'd read somewhere that you could do it with a business account and I had a good look around trying to find it, but somehow assumed it would have been in the merchant service section.

    Many thanks Pension Guy.
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  • Profile picture of the author Harry Behrens
    Make sure your banner image is hosted on an SSL secured hosting or it's going to generate a security warning for people viewing it. Regular hosting accounts usually do -not- have secured SSL.

    E-junike used to has a free SSL image hosting service at www.sslpic.com but it seems to be down for some reason (it's giving me a blank page).. which is a shame since I've hosted several banners with them and it works perfectly.

    The Google cache of the page is still there though so, probably it's temporary and will be back up. All my banners that I have on there are still working, at least.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jonathan Branson
      Originally Posted by Harry Behrens View Post

      Make sure your banner image is hosted on an SSL secured hosting or it's going to generate a security warning for people viewing it. Regular hosting accounts usually do -not- have secured SSL.

      E-junike used to has a free SSL image hosting service at SSLpic - Free SSL secure image hosting for PayPal. but it seems to be down for some reason (it's giving me a blank page).. which is a shame since I've hosted several banners with them and it works perfectly.

      The Google cache of the page is still there though so, probably it's temporary and will be back up. All my banners that I have on there are still working, at least.
      Thanks for the info
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