Thu, 15 May 2014
InvoicesOnline automatically generates recurring invoices according to the schedule you provide. It's extremely easy to create and manage your recurring invoices. We have two options on creating recurring invoices namely:
- Create an Invoice now, with a recurring schedule.
- Only create a recurring invoice, e.g. no immediate invoice, the first generation starts on the recurring start date.
The process for these two options are the same, except the page from which it is created. To create an invoice immediately go to Dashboard -> Invoices and click on the New Invoice button. To not create an immediate invoice, but only a recurring invoice, go to Dashboard -> Recurring Invoices and click on the New Recurring Invoice button.
Sun, 19 October 2014
- Client completes checkout -> Client is automatically created on InvoicesOnline, and a Pro-forma Invoice is created.
Tue, 20 May 2014
Debit orders is an extremely convenient and reliable way to ensure you receive your money on time. At InvoicesOnline we take care of all the hard work of compiling, submitting, & processing debit orders on your behalf.
Setting up automatic debit orders is quick & easy. You specify clients which should be processed via this method from the Payments -> Automatic Debit Orders page, set a couple of options, such as the Action Date, and an optional bounce fee. Our system will then automatically generate a debit batch 3 Action Dates prior to your specified Action Date, so that you can be sure that your money is collected from your clients on your chosen day. All that is required from you is that you authorise the batch at your payment gateway. We will notify you via email as soon as the batch is ready.
Sat, 11 October 2014
Welcome to our step by step tutorial on creating your very own online shop based on Wordpress, WooCommerce, & with Invoices Online integration.
Hosting & Installing Wordpress
The first thing you need is a PHP website host, if you need reliable hosting, we can assist with this - or you may want to sign up with any other provider that provides linux, php, & mysql hosting. Don't worry about the technical details, just ensure they have those 3 things available to you.
Sat, 11 October 2014
In part two of our tutorial we'll help install & configure WooCommerce. We assume that you've followed all the instructions in Part 1, and have a Wordpress installation fully working.
- Log in to the admin section of your Wordpress site.
- Visit Plugins in the navigation panel, then click on Add New
- Search for WooCommerce, it should be the first result if you searched correctly, then click on Install Now, confirm that you want to install it, and once a success message is displayed, click on Activate Plugin below that.