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On a WordPress / CiviCRM installation, we need to do a bunch of customization on its payment pages. We want to do it in WordPress since there are WordPress plugins that can help do things like validate addresses and calculate sales taxes that are not yet available in CiviCRM, and the budget is constrained. The main integration we want is to write to CiviCRM 1) contact info, 2) invoice data for memberships, participants, and 'contribution' items like book purchases, and 3) payments received.

We're going to start by upgrading the CiviCRM API to allow multiple line items including Sales Taxes to be added properly.

Is there a good starting repo for the WordPress plugin anywhere? I've contacted Josh at http://www.joshcanhelp.com/wordpress-ecommerce-site-integrated-civicrm-migrated-drupal-6/#comment-30644. Alternatively, custom non-generalized implementations would also be fine.

  • perhaps this question belongs on the wordpress stackexchange? – Coleman Mar 27 '15 at 17:16
  • good suggestion. – Joe Murray Mar 28 '15 at 2:53
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Doesn't seem like there is a public repo that has code integrating wooCommerce and CiviCRM yet.

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I currently have a project in which we will be integrating CiviCRM with WooCommerce. I have also contacted Josh to see if we could perhaps put our heads together to come up with some sort of common solution that others may be able to use. Will keep you posted.

  • Parvez at Veda Consulting is looking to do some stuff here and is in contact with a few other like minded shops. I'm going to put him in touch with another provider on the project I am on who is going to be doing a quickish set of calls to new API JMA is putting together for orders and payments for 4.7 core. Could you contact me @ joe dot murray at jmaconsulting dot biz ? Thanks @Interpolat – Joe Murray May 30 '15 at 3:20
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    I've sent you an email. – Interpolat May 30 '15 at 3:32
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For those interested there is a great start...blog with code here: github

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Unsure what you mean by "a starting point for the Wordpress plugin", but I'd start by triggering the appropriate CiviCRM API calls when various WooCommerce hooks are fired. Hello Dolly is a good reference point to start a Wordpress plugin from.

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