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Add your button code to your webpage
You just created customized HTML code for your button. The final step is to copy the code from this page and paste it into your website editor.

Copy the button code:
Click Select Code.
Right-click and copy the selected code.
If you're working with a website developer, you can paste the button code into an email and send it to your developer now.

Paste the button code in your website editor:
The code must be pasted in the "code" view, where you can view and edit HTML.

In your website editor or admin page, open the page where you want to add your button.
Look for an option to view or edit HTML.
Find the section of the page where you want your button to appear.
Right-click and paste your button code into the HTML.
Save and publish the page. (The preview function in your editor may not display the button code correctly.)
Test the button to make sure it links to a PayPal payment page.
Need more help? Click here for additional information.


Payment Buttons
Copy and paste button code

When you click Create Button on the Create PayPal payment button page, PayPal generates encrypted button code that you can paste directly on your website. Encrypted code helps to secure your button from malicious tampering and fraudulent payments.

Copy and paste the Website button code

On the Websites tab of Add your button code to your webpage, click Select Code to select the generated HTML code.

Right-click the selected code and select Copy to copy it to the clipboard.

In your HTML editor, open the HTML page where you want to display the button.

Paste the code from the clipboard to the location in your webpage code where you want the button displayed.

Copy and paste the Email payment link

Important: PayPal cannot protect URL code for email payment links if the button is not saved on the PayPal website and thus is not hosted by PayPal. To generate secure email payment links, always use hosted buttons.
On the Email tab, click Select Code .
Right-click the selected code and select Copy to copy it to the clipboard.
Open an email template or message.
Paste the code from the clipboard to the location in your email where you want the button displayed.
Troubleshoot problems with pasted HTML code

After you paste the code to your webpage or email, ensure that it is an exact match of the code that you copied from PayPal. Pasted code might not match the generated code for one of these reasons:

You did not copy all generated code.
Your editing tool may have special areas for pasting HTML code and other areas for pasting URLs and display text. Be sure you paste the generated code into a field that accepts HTML code or URLs.
Your editing tool might change some characters in the pasted code.

Test your payment buttons
Manage transactions

Payment Buttons
Receive payment notifications

As a merchant, you can receive payment notifications from your PayPal Payments Standard payment buttons. To receive notifications, you can use either Instant Payment Notification (IPN) or Payment Data Transfer (PDT).

In addition to receiving notifications, you can also use the payment notification information to programmatically manage other aspects of your business. For example, you can securely display transaction details to your buyer, immediately provide a download link for digital goods, manage your inventory and perform other administrative tasks.

To use IPN or PDT, you must first enable the service in the profile of your PayPal Business or Premier account.

These topics provide overview and implementation information for IPN and PDT:

Instant Payment Notification
IPN Integration Guide
Payment Data Transfer - An alternative to IPN
Payment Data Transfer
Payment Buttons
Integration Guide
Design an Optimal Checkout Flow
Choose a Payment Button
Create a Payment Button
Test Your Payment Buttons
Receive Payment Notifications
Manage Transactions
Manage Checkout Settings
Authorize and Capture
HTML Reference
Button Manager API
Merchant Account Admin Guide

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