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UBF Checkout Developer Guide

This guide describes how to integrate your website with UBF Checkout by using HTML forms. UBF Checkout lets you accept credit card or eCheck payments for:

Single-item purchases 

Batched-item purchases 
Accept payments for individual items from your website.  Accept payment for items sold through your website's shopping cart. 
See Adding Individual Items to the Shopping Cart. See Adding a Batch of Items to the Shopping Cart.

On this page:

Intended Audience

This guide is for:

  • Schools, units, departments and developers who want to understand the checkout experience that people go through when they make payments with UBF Checkout
  • Developers who want to learn how to accept payments through their website using UBF Checkout

Document Feedback and Questions

Help us improve this guide (or ask questions) by emailing: webservices@devmail.buffalo.edu

UBF Checkout Demo

Payment Experience

Payers add the items you are selling on your website to the UBF Checkout shopping cart hosted by the UB Foundation. Payers may then return to your website to add more items or enter their billing information to make a payment.

Payers view and print payment confirmation.

Payers receive receipt in email

Getting Set Up

To start accepting payments through UBF Checkout you will need:

  1. Your own web space where you are able to to create or edit web pages
  2. A basic understanding of HTML and HTML forms
  3. The site code provided by the UB Foundation
  4. The UBF account number(s) provided by the UB Foundation

The UB Foundation must assign a site code as well as an UBF account number (or numbers) to your website in order for it to begin accepting payments. To have this set up, please complete the UBF Checkout setup form.

Updating Your Site's Information

If you need to update your site's information already on file with UBF (e.g. merchant email address) please email Cindy Johannes at devclj@buffalo.edu with your 4-digit site code and the new information that needs updating.

Generating Code for HTML Forms and Email Payment Links

You may use the utility located in the appendix of this document to generate a basic HTML form as well as an email payment link that will add a single item to the UBF Checkout shopping cart. You will need a valid site_code and UB Foundation account number in order to successfully add items to the shopping cart. Use the utility (requires Javascript to be enabled in your web browser.)

Testing Your Form

The Test Mode URL to submit your form to is:

https://ubfoundation.buffalo.edu/test/checkout/index.php

It is strongly recommended that you test your form with the above URL before you begin accepting payments in Live Mode. Test Mode will display detailed development errors, if any, such as invalid ansite_code or ubf_account, when you add your item(s) to the shopping cart. Live Mode will only display a general error message to payers if there are any development errors.

If you do not see an error message when you add your item(s) to the UBF Shopping cart, your form is ready to begin accepting payments.

Payment notifications will be sent to the merchant email associated with each of your UBF accounts in the form of a merchant-copy receipt whenever a purchase is made. This receipt will contain detailed information about the payment made to the account. For more information on other payment notification methods please see Receiving Payment Notifications.

In Test Mode, our payment gateway will not submit billing information to financial institutions for payment authorization. However, merchant and payer emails will still receive their respective test receipts when completing transactions in Test Mode and will look as they will for live transactions.

A passed-in merchant_email_test will override the merchant email address on file with UBF when in test mode. This is useful if you already have live forms accepting payments but need to test new ones at the same time.

Similarly, if you're already using a silent post URL with live forms, you can test with another URL by using the silent_post_test variable to ensure it is functioning as you expect it to. To do so, you must fully finish the test transaction by entering billing information and clicking the "Submit Payment" button.

The following test credit card numbers may be used for testing credit card transactions:

  • Visa - 4007000000027
  • Mastercard - 5424000000000015
  • Discover - 6011000000000012
  • American Express - 370000000000002

The following test bank routing numbers may be used for testing e-check transactions:

  • 222371863
  • 307075259
  • 052000113

When you switch to Live Mode the above test numbers will always result in declined transactions as they are not real.

Going Live

When you are ready to begin accepting payments, be sure your form is set to submit to the Live Mode URL. Any payment made in Test Mode will be ignored by our payment gateway and will not be processed!

The Live Mode URL is:

https://ubfoundation.buffalo.edu/checkout/index.php

Adding Individual Items To the Shopping Cart

Basic Requirements for Individual Items

In order to add an item to the shopping cart, your web form or hyperlink must submit the following required variables.

Table 5.1 Required variables to add individual items
Name Description Max Character Length
add Variable to add a single item to the shopping cart. Value must be set to "1". 1
amount The price of the item. Minimum 5, maximum 25000. May vary
item_name The name or brief description of the item. 256
service_type_code The type of service or product code assigned to the item. View the list of possible codes here.

If you are unsure which service type code to use with your item, please contact Cindy Johannes at 645-8720.

8
site_code The alpha-numeric code UB Foundation assigns to you. 16
ubf_account UBF account number associated with the item. 16

The following is a basic HTML web form that includes all the required variables.

<form action="https://ubfoundation.buffalo.edu/test/checkout/index.php" method="post">
<input type="hidden" name="add" value="1">
<input type="hidden" name="amount" value="50.00" />
<input type="hidden" name="item_name" value="UB Bulls Jersey" />
<input type="hidden" name="service_type_code" value="7725" />
<input type="hidden" name="site_code" value="YourSiteCode" />
<input type="hidden" name="ubf_account" value="YourUBFAccountNumber" />
<input type="submit" name="submit" value="Add to Cart" />
</form>

Optional Variables for Individual Items

Table 5.2 Optional variables for adding individual items to the shopping cart
Name Description Max Character Length
custom

Each item can have 10 variable name/value pairs that you may specify to further track and identify your item or payer. These variables are not shown to the payer during checkout. See example for usage.

These variables will be sent to your silent post URL, if set up, and are located within the items sub-array within the greater POST variable array. For more information on retrieving this variable value from within your silent post URL, see the section Accessing Detailed Item Information.

May vary
discount_amount The item discount. If you specify discount_amount and discount_amount2 is not defined, this flat amount is applied regardless of the quantity of items purchased. Must be less than amount. May vary
discount_amount2 The discount amount for each additional quantity of the item. Cannot be greater than amount. May vary
discount_num

Number of additional quantities of the item to which discount_amount2 applies. Applicable when you use discount_amount2 or discount_rate2. Use this variable to specify an upper limit on the number of discounted items.

May vary
discount_rate

Discount rate (percentage) associated with an item. It must be set to a value less than 100. If you do not set discount_rate2, the value in discount_rate this rate is charged regardless of the quantity of items purchased.

May vary
discount_rate2

Discount rate (percentage) associated with each additional quantity of the item. It must be equal to or less than 100. A discount_rate must also be specified as greater than or equal to 0 for discount_rate2 to take effect.

May vary
donation_fund UBF account designated for philanthropic purposes. This will trigger a prompt to make an additional donation on the payment screen. 16
header_bg_color The background color for the header of the checkout pages. Valid value is an HTML hexadecimal color code. May vary
header_image

The URL of the image at the top of the checkout pages. The image's maximum size is 960 pixels wide by 100 pixels high.

Note: GIF, PNG, and JPG only. Must be HTTPS URL.

May vary
header_font_color The text color for your site name in the header of the checkout pages. Valid value is an HTML hexadecimal color code. May vary
merchant_email_test Testing email that will override merchant email on file with UBF. This is useful if you already have live forms accepting payments but need to test new ones at the same time. Operational in test-mode only. May vary
option Options are a way to allow the customer to choose customizations (such as size or color) for an individual item. Each item can have 10 option name/value pairs. See example for usage. May vary
option_amount For differently-priced options. This will allow you to charge a different amount if the payer selects certain options. See example for usage. May vary
quantity The number of items. Must be a positive integer. Default is "1". May vary
return_url

The URL of the page on your website that payers return to when they click the "Return to [Your Site Name]" button on the UBF Checkout payment confirmation page.

May vary
shipping The cost of shipping this item. If you specify shipping and shipping2 is not defined, this flat amount is charged regardless of the quantity of items purchased. May vary
shipping2 The cost of shipping each additional quantity of this item. May vary
shopping_url The URL of the page on your website that payers return to when they click the Continue Shopping button on the UBF Checkout shopping cart page. May vary
silent_post_test

Testing URL that will override the silent post URL on file with UBF for the item's associated UBF account. This is useful if you already have live forms accepting payments but need to test new ones at the same time. Operational in test-mode only. For more information on what is posted back to your script, see Receiving Payment Notifications.

May vary
thank_you_message Text to replace the default "Thank you for your payment!" on the confirmation page upon completion of their order. May vary

Adding a Batch of Items to the Shopping Cart

Basic Requirements for Batched Items

The batch method allows several items to be added to the cart at once, instead of one at a time as outlined above in the "Adding Individual Items to the Shopping Cart" section. In order to add a batch of items at once to the shopping cart, your web form or hyperlink must submit the following required variables with _x appended to them where x is the item number.

For example:

  • item_name_1 must have corresponding amount_1, service_type_code_1 and ubf_account_1 variables set
  • item_name_2 must have corresponding amount_2, service_type_code_2 and ubf_account_2 variables set
  • item_name_3 must have corresponding amount_3, service_type_code_3 and ubf_account_3 variables set 
  • and so on for each additional item.
Table 6.1 Required variables to add individual items
Name Description Max Character Length
batch Variable to add a batch of items to the shopping cart. Value must be set to "1". 1
amount_x The price of item x. May vary
item_name_x The name or brief description of item x. 256
service_type_code_x The type of service or product code assigned to item #1.View the list of possible codes here.

If you are unsure which service type code to use with your item, please contact Cindy Johannes at 645-8720.

8
site_code The alpha-numeric code that we assign to you. 16
ubf_account_x UBF account number associated with item x. 16

Optional Variables for Batched Items

Table 6.2 Optional variables for adding multiple items to the shopping cart
Name Description Max Character Length
custom_x

Each item can have 10 variable name/value pairs that you may specify to further track and identify your item or payer. These variables are not shown to the payer during checkout. See example for usage.

These variables will be sent to your silent post URL, if set up, and are located within the items sub-array within the greater POST variable array. For more information on retrieving this variable value from within your silent post URL, see the section Accessing Detailed Item Information.

May vary
discount_amount_batch

Single discount amount applied to the entire batch of items in the cart. It must be less than the selling price of all items combined in the cart. It will override any individual item discount_amount_x values, if present.

May vary
discount_amount_x

The discount amount for item x. It must be less than the selling price of the associated item. This amount is applied regardless of the quantity of the associated item.

May vary
discount_rate_batch

Single discount rate (percentage) applied to the entire batch of items in the cart. It must less than 100. This will override any individual item discount_rate_x values, if present.

May vary
discount_rate_x The discount rate for item x. It must be less than 100. This rate is applied regardless of the quantity of the associated item. May vary
donation_fund UBF account designated for philanthropic purposes. This will trigger a prompt to make an additional donation on the payment screen. 16
header_bg_color The background color for the header of the checkout pages. Valid value is an HTML hexadecimal color code. May vary
header_image

The URL of the image at the top of the checkout pages. The image's maximum size is 960 pixels wide by 100 pixels high.

Note: GIF, PNG, and JPG only. Must be HTTPS URL.

May vary
header_font_color The text color for your site name in the header of the checkout pages. Valid value is an HTML hexadecimal color code. May vary
merchant_email_test Testing email that will override merchant email on file with UBF. This is useful if you already have live forms accepting payments but need to test new ones at the same time. Operational in test-mode only. May vary
option_x Each item in a batch can have 10 option name/value pairs. Options are displayed next to each item in the shopping cart. See example for usage. May vary
quantity_x The number of item x.. Must be a positive integer. Default is "1". May vary
return_url

The URL of the page on your website that payers return to when they click the "Return to [Your Site Name]" button on the UBF Checkout payment confirmation page.

May vary
shipping The cost of shipping for the entire order. May vary
shopping_url The URL of the page on your website that payers return to when they click the Continue Shopping button on the UBF Checkout shopping cart page. May vary
silent_post_test_x

Testing URL that will override the silent post URL on file with UBF for item x. This is useful if you already have live forms accepting payments but need to test new ones at the same time. Operational in test-mode only. For more information on what is posted back to your script, see Receiving Payment Notifications.

May vary
thank_you_message Text to replace the default "Thank you for your payment!" on the confirmation page upon completion of their order. May vary

Variables for Prepopulating Payer Fields

The billing fields can be prepopulated by submitting the following variables.

Table 7.1 Variables that prepopulate billing information fields on payment form
Name Description Max Character Length
billing_first_name First name 64
billing_last_name Last name 64
billing_address Street 128
billing_city City 64
billing_state

State (valid state codes XML)

64
billing_zip Zip 32
billing_country

Country (valid country codes XML)

64
billing_email Email 128
billing_phone Phone number 32

Receiving Payment Notifications

You may receive payment notifications from UBF Checkout by:

  • merchant-copy email receipts sent to your UBF account merchant email address
  • notifications sent to your silent post URL, if set up

Merchant-Copy Email Receipts

Payment notifications are sent to the merchant email associated with the UBF account that received a payment in the form of a merchant-copy receipt. This receipt contains detailed information about the payment made to the account.

Silent Post URL

The silent post URL is a URL to a script that resides on your web server. This is able to parse HTTP POST variables using a server-side scripting language, such as PHP or ASP.NET. Advanced web programming knowledge is required in order to properly code a silent post URL script.

With the silent post URL, you can:

  • Save payment details to a database
  • Send additional notifications to email addresses other than the merchant email associated with the UBF account
  • Automate back-office and administrative functions, such as fulfilling orders and tracking payers

If you've indicated a silent post URL within the UBF account set-up form, then the variables outlined below are sent to that URL as HTTP POST variables. If you'd like to add or change a silent post URL, please email Cindy Johannes at devclj@buffalo.edu and include the UBF account number as well as the URL you'd like to use for you silent post URL.

Variables Sent to Your Silent Post URL

Table 8.1 Variables sent from UBF Checkout to your silent post URL
Name Description
authnet_transaction_id Authorize.net transaction ID
bank_acct_last_4_digits

The last 4 digits of the bank account charged.

Absent for credit card and declined credit card transactions.

billing_first_name Payer's billing first name
billing_last_name Payer's billing last name
billing_address Payer's billing street
billing_city Payer's billing city
billing_state Payer's billing state
billing_zip Payer's billing zip
billing_country Payer's billing country
billing_email Payer's billing email
billing_phone Payer's billing phone number
card_last_4_digits

The last 4 digits on the card charged.

Absent for e-check and declined credit card transactions.

card_type

The type of card charged.

(VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICANEXPRESS, DISCOVER)

Absent for e-check and declined credit card transactions.

discount_amount_batch The value of discount_amount_batch passed in.
discount_rate_batch The value of discount_rate_batch passed in.
items

Indexed array containing the details of each item in the transaction. For more information on how to access these variables within the greater HTTP Post array please see the section "Accessing Detailed Item Information".

Name Description
adjusted_unit_price The value of option_amount if a variable-priced option applies or the value of unit_price If no variable price applies.
custom Array containing custom labels and associated values passed in.
discount_amount The value of discount_amount passed in.
discount_amount2 The value of discount_amount2 passed in.
discount_num The value of discount_num passed in.
discount_rate The value of discount_rate passed in.
discount_rate2 The value of discount_rate2 passed in.
discount_total The total discount amount of the item.
item_name The value of item_name passed in.
option Array containing option labels and associated values passed in.
option_unit_price Array containing variable-priced options that apply to the item
quantity The quantity of the item.
service_type_code The value of service_type_code passed in.
shipping The value of shipping passed in.
shipping2 The value of shipping2 passed in.
shipping_total The total shipping amount of the item.
sub_total The amount before tax and shipping_total is applied.
tax The total NY State tax amount associated with the item. Note: NY State taxes apply to shipping costs.
tax_rate The NY State tax rate applied to the item.
total_amount The total amount of the item.
ubf_account The value of ubf_account passed in.
unit_price The value of amount passed in.
merchant_email Email on file with the UB Foundation that receives merchant-copy email receipts.
pay_method Payment method used, "credit" or "e-check".
shipping Order shipping amount
shipping_first_name Payer's shipping first name
shipping_last_name Payer's shipping last name
shipping_address Payer's shipping street
shipping_city Payer's shipping city
shipping_state Payer's shipping state
shipping_zip Payer's shipping zip
shipping_country Payer's shipping country
site_code The passed-in site_code
sub_total Order subtotal. Includes tax and shipping.
tax Order tax
total_amount Order total amount
ubf_transaction_id UBF unique transaction identifier (UBF's Transaction ID)
x_authnet_auth_code Authorize.net authorization or approval code
x_avs_code

Authorize.net Address Verification Service (AVS) response code.

See Authorize.net documentation at http://www.authorizenet.com/support/AIM_guide.pdf for more information.

x_response_code

Authorize.net response code:

"1" = This transaction has been approved. 

"2" = This transaction has been declined. 

"3" = There has been an error processing this transaction.

Please code your message to the payer accordingly.  Only when receiving a "1" should you confirm with the payer that the transaction is a success.

See Authorize.net documentation at http://www.authorizenet.com/support/AIM_guide.pdf for more information.

x_response_reason_text

A brief description of the result, which corresponds with the response reason code.

This is especially handy to present as additional information to the payer if something went wrong with the transaction such as an invalid credit card number for example.

See Authorize.net documentation at http://www.authorizenet.com/support/AIM_guide.pdf for more information.

x_response_reason_code

A code that represents more details about the result of the transaction

See section "Response Code Details" in the Authorize.net documentation at http://www.authorizenet.com/support/AIM_guide.pdf for more information.

x_response_sub_code A code used by Authorize.net for internal transaction tracking

Accessing Detailed Item Information

Detailed item information is sent to your silent post URL (if set up) in the form of an array within the greater HTTP POST array. Items are defined by a sequential index number:

items[1]
items[2]
items[3]
...etc.

In PHP, this translates to:

$_POST['items'][1]
$_POST['items'][2]
$_POST['items'][3]
...etc.

To refer to each item's variables in PHP (using item_name as an example):

$_POST['items'][1]['item_name']
$_POST['items'][2]['item_name']
$_POST['items'][3]['item_name']
...etc.

To refer to both the custom and option sub-arrays within the greater items array in PHP:

$_POST['items'][1]['option']['YourOptionLabel']
$_POST['items'][2]['option']['YourOptionLabel']
$_POST['items'][3]['option']['YourOptionLabel']
...etc.

$_POST['items'][1]['custom']['YourCustomLabel']
$_POST['items'][2]['custom']['YourCustomLabel']
$_POST['items'][3]['custom']['YourCustomLabel']
...etc.

Appendix

Service Type Codes

If you are unsure which service type code to use with your item, please contact Cindy Johannes at 645-8720.

Table a.1 Valid service_type_code values.
Value Description
7702Event Admission
7704Sales- Taxable
7705Sales - Non-taxable
7707Dinners & Social Functions
7709Foreign Programs & Tuition
7710Lab/Clinic Activities/Co-Pay
7711Orientation
7712Parent/Student Welcome/Picnic
7714Publications Nontaxable
7715Rental
7716Student Competition & Recreation
7717Student Fees & Tuition
7718Uniform Data Systems
7720Technology/Software Services
7725Clothing Taxable
7726Clothing Non-taxable
7728Sponsorship
7729Raffles
7800Continuing Ed & Conferences Registration

Sample HTML Codes

Example Usage for Option Variable

Each item can have up to 10 option variables. Option variables are displayed to the user on the Checkout payment and confirmation pages.

Used with drop down box

<label for="size">Jersey Size:</label>
<select name="option[Size]" id="size">
	<option value="S">S</option>
	<option value="M">M</option>
	<option value="L">L</option>
	<option value="XL">XL</option>
</select>

Replace "Size" and option values with any option name and values you wish.

Used with radio buttons

<input type="radio" name="option[Color]" value="White" id="white" /> <label for="white">White</label>
<input type="radio" name="option[Color]" value="Blue" id="blue" /> <label for="blue">Blue</label>

Replace "Color", "White" and "Blue" with any name/value pairs you wish.

Used with a text box

<label for="jerseyName">Custom Jersey Name:</label> <input type="text" name="option[Custom Jersey Name]" value="" id="jerseyName" />

Replace "Custom Jersey Name" with any option name you wish.

Used with check boxes

<input type="checkbox" name="option[Gift Wrap]" value="Yes" id="wrap" />
<label for="wrap">Gift wrap this item</label>

Replace "Gift Wrap"  and "Yes" with any option name/value pair you wish.

Example Usage for Option Amount

Used with a drop down box

In this example, if amount is set to "50", selecting either the "XL" or "XXL" options in the "Jersey Size" drop down box. This will override the price of the item in the shopping cart with the correlating price defined in option_amount ("55" or "60" respectively).

<label for="size">Jersey Size:</label>
<select name="option[Size]" id="size">
	<option value="S">S</option>
	<option value="M">M</option>
	<option value="L">L</option>
	<option value="XL">XL (Adds $5)</option>
	<option value="XXL">XXL (Adds $10)</option>
</select>
<input type="hidden" name="option_amount[Size][XL]" value="55" />
<input type="hidden" name="option_amount[Size][XXL]" value="60" />

Example Usage for Custom Variables

Custom variables work just like option variables. The difference is custom variables are hidden from the user throughout the checkout process. Custom variables are meant to store internal information about the transaction that you'd like to keep track of in hidden form inputs, like a customer ID or item code. Custom variables are not shown on the payment screen or confirmation page like regular option variables (e.g. shirt size or color).

Each item can have up to 10 custom variables.

<input type="hidden" name="custom[MyItemCode]" value="MyItemCodeValue" />

Replace "MyItemCode" and "MyItemCodeValue" with any name/value pair you wish.

Example Usage for Option X

Setting options for item #1

<input type="hidden" name="option_1[YourOptionName1]" value="Your value 1" />
<input type="hidden" name="option_1[YourOptionName2]" value="Your value 2" />
...
<input type="hidden" name="option_1[YourOptionName10]" value="Your value 10" />

Setting options for item #2

<input type="hidden" name="option_2[YourOptionName1]" value="Your value 1" />
<input type="hidden" name="option_2[YourOptionName2]" value="Your value 2" />
...
<input type="hidden" name="option_2[YourOptionName10]" value="Your value 10" />

Example Usage for Custom X

Defining custom variables for item #1

<input type="hidden" name="custom_1[YourVariableName1]" value="Your value 1" />
<input type="hidden" name="custom_1[YourVariableName2]" value="Your value 2" />
...
<input type="hidden" name="custom_1[YourVariableName10]" value="Your value 10" />

Defining custom variables for item #2

<input type="hidden" name="custom_2[YourVariableName1]" value="Your value 1" />
<input type="hidden" name="custom_2[YourVariableName2]" value="Your value 2" />
...
<input type="hidden" name="custom_2[YourVariableName10]" value="Your value 10" />

Example Usage for Donation Fund

<input type="hidden" name="donation_amount" value="Your donation account" />

Robust Example

The following sample HTML form is a full-fledged example for a hypothetical individual item being sold with all or most of the optional fields being used along with various HTML form controls for the item's options.

<h1>UB Bulls Jersey</h1>
<form action="https://ubfoundation.buffalo.edu/test/checkout/index.php" method="post">
<input type="hidden" name="add" value="1">
<input type="hidden" name="site_code" value="YourSiteCode" />
<input type="hidden" name="ubf_account" value="YourUBFAccountNumber" />
<input type="hidden" name="service_type_code" value="7725" />
<input type="hidden" name="shopping_url" value="https://yoursite.buffalo.edu/YourItemPage.php" />
<input type="hidden" name="custom[YourCustomVariable1]" value="Your custom value 1" />
<input type="hidden" name="custom[YourCustomVariable2]" value="Your custom value 2" />
<input type="hidden" name="header_font_color" value="#FFFFFF" />
<input type="hidden" name="header_bg_color" value="#666666" />
<input type="hidden" name="item_name" value="UB Bulls Jersey" /> <input type="hidden" name="amount" value="50.00" /> <input type="hidden" name="shipping" value="10" /> <input type="hidden" name="shipping2" value="5" /> <input type="hidden" name="billing_first_name" value="John" /> <input type="hidden" name="billing_last_name" value="Doe" /> <input type="hidden" name="billing_address" value="123 Main St" /> <input type="hidden" name="billing_city" value="Buffalo" /> <input type="hidden" name="billing_state" value="NY" /> <input type="hidden" name="billing_zip" value="14209" /> <input type="hidden" name="billing_country" value="US" /> <input type="hidden" name="billing_email" value="johndoe@example.com" /> <input type="hidden" name="billing_phone" value="555-5555" /> <div> <label for="size">Size:</label> <select name="option[Size]" id="size"> <option value="S">S</option> <option value="M">M</option> <option value="L">L</option> <option value="XL">XL (Adds $5)</option> <option value="XXL">XXL (Adds $10)</option> </select> <input type="hidden" name="option_amount[Size][XL]" value="55" /> <input type="hidden" name="option_amount[Size][XXL]" value="60" /> </div> <div> Jersey color: <input type="radio" name="option[Color]" value="White" id="white" /> <label for="white">White</label> <input type="radio" name="option[Color]" value="Blue" id="blue" /> <label for="blue">Blue</label> </div> <div> <label for="jerseyName">Custom Jersey Name:</label> <input type="text" name="option[Custom Jersey Name]" value="" id="jerseyName" /> </div> <div> <input type="checkbox" name="option[Gift Wrap]" value="Yes" id="wrap" /> <label for="wrap">Gift wrap this item</label> </div> <div> <input type="checkbox" name="custom[Add to mailing list]" value="Yes" id="mailing" /> <label for="mailing">Add me to your mailing list</label> </div> <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Add to Cart" /> </form>

HTML Form and Email Payment Link Utility

The following form creates HTML that will add a single item to the UBF Checkout shopping cart.

Fill out the required fields below and any additional optional fields, then click the "Generate HTML" button. You can copy and paste the generated HTML code into the pages of your website and/or copy the email payment link to paste into emails.

Note: This form does not check the validity of the information you enter into its fields so please test your form in the "Check Form/Link in Test Mode" section below after you've generated the HTML.

If you wish to make use of the custom, option and/or option_amount variables to your items, please refer to the section titled "Sample HTML Code" which describes how to add options using various HTML form controls or view the section titled "Robust Example" for further information on implementing these variables.

For more information on each of these fields, please see the section titled "Adding Individual Items to the Shopping Cart."

Mobile Users

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If you are unsure which service type code to use with your item, please contact Cindy Johannes at 645-8720.







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HTML to Copy and Paste Into Your Web Pages

Email Payment Link to Copy and Paste Into Emails

Form Button/Payment Link Result Demo