Login to your WordPress dashboard.
Click on the Add New link under Plugins.
Enter 1Shoppingcart as the search term and click Search Plugins button.
Click the Install link under the Free WordPress Plugin For 1ShoppingCart.com published by EqualServing.com
Activate the plugin.
Expand the the Settings section and click on the 1SC Settings link.
You will be presented with the screen below where you will enter the plugin configuration elements:
Configuration settings for the FREE WordPress Plugin For 1ShoppingCart
Your 1ShoppingCart.com Merchant ID. 1ShoppingCart.com displays your Merchant ID in the upper right corner of their site after login. It will look something like –
Welcome back, user_name! Merch ID: 99999
Your 1ShoppingCart.com Merchant Key. Your key can be found under My Account | API Settings. For more information about your Merchant Key, click here to view the 1ShoppingCart.com documentation.
Your 1ShoppingCart.com API URI. The API URL is usually https://www.mcssl.com
No Image URL
This image would be used on the product details display when an image has not been uploaded to 1ShoppingCart.com for the product. Please enter the full path of the image – for example – /images/no-photo-available.jpg.
Add to Cart Image URL
What Add To Cart image are you using for customers to click on to add the product to your 1ShoppingCart.com shopping cart? Enter the path to this image – for example – /images/add-to-cart.jpg.
Buy Now URL
Your 1ShoppingCart.com URL usually looks something like http://www.equalserving.com/cmd.php when you are using 1ShoppingCart.com domain masking.
Product List Item Format
Enter something like the following in this field and your output will look like the image that follows it –
<div class="product"> <div style="display:block;float:left;width:250px;">#ProductImage</div> <div style="float:left;display:block;width:300px;"> <span class="product_name">#ProductName</span> <br /> <span class="product_details"> <span class="description">#ShortDescription</span> <span class="sku">#ProductSku</span><br /> <span class="price">#ProductPrice</span><br /> <span class="buy-now">#BuyNow</span> </span> <div style="clear:both;"> </div> </div> <div style="clear:both;"> </div> </div>
An example of the default product listing is shown below -