2. Click “Publish” and follow the link that appears in the new window to your site’s Home page.
3. On your website’s Home page, right-click the header logo image and choose “View Image Info.” A new window will appear, with the URL for the header logo’s online location highlighted. This will be a PNG-format image.
4. Copy that highlighted URL with your keyboard (Ctrl and C for Windows-based system; Command and C for Apple-based system)
5. Open a new tab and log in to your PayPal account. Go to “My Account” and hover/click on the “Profile” tab. Choose/click the “My Selling Tools” option.
6. In the "My Selling Tools" section, next to the “Custom Payment Pages” option, click the Update link.
7. Unless you’ve already created an alternative page style for a custom payment page, the “PayPal” page style will be your only existing option by default. You cannot customize this default option, so you’ll need to (simply) create an alternate as follows:
A) Click the “Add” button, which is located below the list of page styles, furthest to the right.
B) In the new window that appears, identify this Page Style for yourself by choosing a name you’ll recognize, such as PayPalCompanyX, and entering the name in the “Page Style Name” box. Now proceed as follows . . .
8. While still in PayPal account, paste (Ctrl and V or Command and V) your Weebly site small image’s URL into the “Logo Image URL” box (to show up in Enhanced Checkout view) and then paste it into the “Header Image URL” box (to show up in Classic Checkout view).
9. Click “Save.”
10. Now preview your new customer payment page by clicking “Preview” and looking at both the Enhanced Checkout and Classic Checkout views. (After previewing each view, simply close its tab.)
11. Be sure to click the button next to this new alternative page style and then click the “Make Primary” button below the list in order to establish that page style as the default for your customers.
We have sized this first header image for use on your PayPal customer payment page, but you may want the logo to appear larger in your Weebly site’s actual header. (See example at www.unbalancedbrands.com) If so, follow the next steps to establish a secondary header image that will override the first one in appearance on your Weebly site . . .
12. Go back to your Web site’s Weebly editor.
13. Hover over your site header logo and click “Edit.”
14. Click “Add Image” in the toolbar in the upper-left corner and upload a second copy of your logo. Be sure it’s positioned by the tiny toolbar to the “Move closer to front” position, so that your second image will appear in front of the original. Do not reposition the second image to be behind the first.
15. Now you may enlarge this second image by dragging the corner to make it the size that you’d like site visitors to see.
16. When your image has been resized to your liking, click the orange “OK” button.
17. Now click the larger orange “Save” button in the upper right-hand corner of your editor. The larger image that you just added will override the smaller one for your viewers, while the smaller image still exists for its URL to be used in your PayPal customized payment page.
18. If you want to edit your alternate PayPal custom payment page in the future you may simply log back in to the My Selling Tools' "Custom Payment Pages" section at PayPal, choose the Page Style you want to edit and click “Change.” Then edit your preferences. For example, you may want to further customize the payment page by adding colors to the PayPal payment page's borders and backgrounds (follow this link for instructions).