Want to Accept Credit Card Payments on WordPress site? Here is a simple process.
Do you have a blog on WordPress? want to provide services to your customers and want to accept Accept Credit Card Payments on WordPress?
But By default, WordPress Do not accept credit card payment options, but by using some plugins tools you can easily perform this thing on your blog.
In this article, I will show you a step-by-step guide to enable your WordPress website to easily accept payments through credit cards.
As you know there are so many ways to add credit card payment option to your forms, but for that, you have to make by adding a shopping cart to the website.
but the one I’m going to tell you today is especially for those bloggers who want to accept credit card payments without adding a shopping cart to their website. awesome, Right?
Accept Credit Card Payments on WordPress Step By Step Guide
WordPress is so easy to handle and If you have a blog with WordPress, you must have heard of WPForms plugin.
It is the best contact form plugin that let you create contact forms in an easy and simple manner. If you don’t have this plugin, we recommend you to install it now to enable payment options in your forms.
Below are the step
Step 1: Install and Activate the Plugin & Addon
First of all, you need to install WPForms plugin in your WordPress blog and activate it.
Okay so now Once WPForms is installed in your blog, you just need to enter Pro license of WPForms to get access to Stripe addon.
After getting the license key, Open WPForms >>Settings in your blog and verify the license key to get started.
After varify the key, you need to go to WPForms>>Add-ons page and select the Stripe addon.
Click on the “Install Add-on” option to activate the tool automatically within a few seconds.
Step 2: Create a New Form
When the Stripe addon is activated in your blog, you need to create a new form. And For this, Click on WPForms >> Add new.
For example, I’ll create a billing/order form to accept payment on my WordPress website. Watch this.
You will see a screen like below images then Click on the Billing/Order Form box.
Now this will bring you to the next window, Like
WPForms provides a Default form builder with billing/order form type template where you can edit any form field. You can also add new fields by simply drag and drop from the left column.
Step 3: Customize Form Fields According to you.
Our main requirement is to add Payment Field. Scroll down to the payment field in the left column to add payment related form fields.
From this field, you can add a single item as well as multiple items that users can order. After editing the all item details click on the credit card field to add it your form.
All Done? Save it.
Step 4: Enable the Stripe payments
When you successfully created a form for your blog, it’s time to configure the payment settings so that you receive your payment accordingly.
To do this, go to go to Payments >> Stripe to enable payments for this form.
Next, Check on the Stripe payments option and give a description of the payment. Also, select Email as the Stripe Payment Receipt to send an email receipt to your users.
Important: Before enabling Stripe payments you need to set up your Stripe API keys (both Live and Test) on the Settings page. For more information, you can check this guide. Hope this help.
If you have a recurring subscription then you can also active “recurring subscription payments”.
Now Save it.
Final Step, Add the Form to Your Website
Now everything is set and you just need to add the form to your post and pages.
You can create Page or post in your WordPress blog and add the form by clicking on Add forms and select contact form and Published it.
Note: Before adding your payment form to your website, make sure to test it to ensure everything is working correctly.
After reading this article, I hope you get the proper guide to how to accept credit card payments on the WordPress website.
If you are ready to accept payments, make sure to check out our article on how to save lost leads and sales so you can boost your sales and conversions to maintain success.