|Topics: Use Cases · Connector|
|Experience Level: Advanced|
|December 17, 2019 · 5 min read|
This means that if you are, for example, offering your own subscription system, you can display it as an option on the overlay; clicking on it, however, will lead the user to a website you specify, instead of taking the users to a LaterPay purchase as usual.
Let’s see what that looks like. In the screenshot below, you can see two purchasing options associated with a paywall. The second one “This article” is a standard purchasing option, and will guide the user to LaterPay purchase screens. The first one, “Sign in or Sign up with a native system”, is a free-form purchasing option, which will, when clicked, redirect the user.
The code for this looks as follows:
<script type="application/json" id="laterpay-connector">
Let’s go through the individual attributes:
The Free-Form Purchase Option’s title (displayed on the first row of the list entry).
The Free-Form Purchase Option’s description (displayed on the second row of the list entry).
The Free-Form Purchase Option’s URL. The user will be navigated to this URL when they click the purchase button.
The purchase button label that will be displayed when the Free-Form Purchase Option is selected.
An object stating the amount and currency. It is used for presentation purposes, only. To display a 1.23 EUR pricing, use this:
Remember that you can use whatever currency you like here, because Free-Form Purchase Options don’t correspond to actual LaterPay Purchase Options.
An index starting with 0 for the top position. It indicates the Free-Form Purchase Option’s position on the purchase list. The default position is the bottom of the list.
A link target that is used when the Purchase Button is clicked (e.g. _blank for a new window). The default behavior is a redirect (equivalent to the target _self).
We hope this article was useful to you - feel free to check out some of our other articles on some other methods you can use to monetize your content!