WP Stripe Global Documentation
1. Download, install, and activate our free WordPress plugin:
2. In your WordPress dashboard, go to Settings > ‘WP Stripe Global Settings’ and connect your Stripe API keys. Use the tabs to activate desired payment options, customize the design of your payment form, and adjust other settings.
3. Read about the shortcodes below to learn how you can customize multiple payment forms throughout your website. Get paid exactly how you want to from anywhere in the world!
***The below shortcode attributes and parameters are optional.***
Displays as the form’s title if present.
Long description of the product/service, displayed right below the form_title if present.
Displays next to the form_title and description if present.
Product name to be sent to Stripe. This is a new addition and is not displayed anywhere on the front-end.
Currency option(s) to display on the front end dropdown, but dependent on payment types, so is filtered to only display ones that work with each payment type on the front. It causes the currency dropdown field to lock on the front end. Certain payment methods (e.g., those supported by Sources) can only be used with specific currencies.
Designate Payment Amount
Locks the amount field to the specified amount. Will use the first available default_currency when used to avoid exchange issues.
If present, displays the recurring payment option(s) on the front end. Accepts values of daily, weekly, monthly, yearly, annually or all.
Collect & Require Billing Details
If equal to yes Forces address fields to be displayed on the front end.
Collect & Require Zip/Postal Code Details
Displays the zip field on the front, even if require_billing isn’t used. Note that the zip is always present in the card payment option via the Stripe card element regardless of this setting, but forces zip to be collected for other payment types as well.
Displays a product/service image
Displays the phone number field
Full Example Shortcode:
* For asynchronous payment methods to work properly, webhooks are automatically created in your Stripe dashboard. Webhooks are automatically re-created in the Stripe Dashboard if they are deleted.
* You must have a verified Stripe.com account in a supported Stripe country to use this plugin.
* Alipay and WeChat payments can only be accepted from Chinese citizens with identity verified Alipay and WeChat accounts. The Stripe sources API cannot presently accept payments from unverified Alipay and WeChat account holders, but this may be subject to change.
* Alipay and WeChat payments cannot be set up for recurring subscription payments as they are one-time chargeable payment sources on the Stripe API.
* WP Stripe Global uses the Stripe Sources API and will require API keys from a verified Stripe.com account in order to function properly for TEST and/or LIVE payment modes.
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