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Hi all,
I am working on a ecommerce site , where user can purchase some books and for making secure payment we will like to you paypal, but I dont know how can we do this, any help or guidance would be appreciated.


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In order to use PayPal with a site, you register with paypal, and create an HTML form which sends users to PayPal's site with the correct product info.

You can read about PayPal's merchant solutions here:

https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_wp-standard-overview-outside

They have the tools to generate the code you need (just plot in the information they ask for), but you can also create the necessary forms manually if you wish.
 
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