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Stripe Checkout Plugin For WordPress

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Stripe checkout plugin enables Stripe payment gateway on your WordPress site. It seamlessly integrates Stripe checkout functionality into your site and allows you to collect credit and debit card payments. Stripe checkout plugin offers SCA-ready (Strong Customer Authentication) checkout option with mobile-ready experience for your customers.

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Why Stripe Checkout?

Strong Customer Authentication (SCA), a new rule came into effect on September 14, 2019, as part of PSD2 regulation in Europe, requires changes to how your European customers authenticate online payments. Card payments now require a different user experience, namely 3D Secure, in order to meet SCA requirements. Transactions that don’t follow the new authentication guidelines may be declined by your customers’ banks.

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Stripe checkout plugin supports 3D Secure 2 in the new version of Checkout and the Payment Intents API. Both are capable of running 3D Secure 2 when supported by the cardholder’s bank and fall back to 3D Secure 1 otherwise. The new version of Checkout and the Payment Intents API also support Dynamic 3D Secure, which helps comply your site with the Strong Customer Authentication regulation in Europe. Use of Stripe’s legacy 3D Secure Sources API is no longer recommended and does not support 3D Secure 2.

WP Stripe Checkout Info

Plugin Name: WP Stripe Checkout
Version: 1.1.7
File Format: application/zip
Requires: WordPress 5.5

 

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Requirements

  1. A self-hosted website running on a WordPress Optimized Environment.
  2. Support for the WordPress shortcode API.

Stripe Checkout Plugin Installation

  • Login to your WordPress admin dashboard
  • Go to Plugins->Add New
  • Enter WP Stripe Checkout in the search box
  • Once you find the plugin hit the install button

Option 2

  • Download the zip version of the plugin
  • Go to Plugins->Add New and switch to the Upload tab
  • Select the zip file on your computer
  • Upload and install it

Option 3

  • Download the zip file and extract it
  • Connect to your website via FTP (you can use a software like Filezilla to transfer files to your server) and browse to the “/wp-content/plugins” folder
  • Select the folder containing the plugin files on your computer and upload it
  • Once all the files have been uploaded to your web server you can activate the plugin from the Plugins menu (WordPress admin dashboard)

Stripe Checkout Plugin Configuration

Once you have installed the plugin you will be able to access the settings by navigating to “Stripe Checkout -> Settings”.
screenshot showing the setting menu of the Stripe checkout plugin

General Settings

In the general settings area, you will need to configure some options related to your Stripe merchant account.

screenshot of Stripe checkout settings
Click on the “Save Changes” button when you are done.

Email Settings

In the email settings area, you can choose to configure some email related settings.

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Email Sender Options

In this section, you can specify a From Name and From Email Address that will be used by the plugin when sending an email. You can leave them empty to use the default.
screenshot showing the email sender options in the stripe checkout plugin settings
Purchase Receipt Email

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WP Stripe checkout plugin allows you to send a purchase receipt email to the customer after completion of a successful purchase. By default, this feature is disabled. In order to use this feature, you need to enable it in the settings.
screenshot showing the purchase receipt email related options in the stripe checkout plugin settings
You can customize the following options in the purchase receipt email,

Purchase Receipt Email Subject: The subject line for the purchase receipt email.

Purchase Receipt Email Type: The content type of the purchase receipt email (Plain Text/HTML).

Purchase Receipt Email Body: The main content of the purchase receipt email. You can use various tags in the email body to dynamically change its content when it is sent.

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Sale Notification Email

WP Stripe checkout plugin can send a sale notification email to your chosen recipient after completion of a successful purchase. By default, this feature is disabled. In order to use this feature, you need to enable it in the settings.

screenshot showing the sale notification email related options in the stripe checkout plugin settings
You can customize the following options in the sale notification email,

Sale Notification Email Recipient: The email address that should receive a notification anytime a sale is made.

Sale Notification Email Subject: The subject line for the sale notification email.

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Sale Notification Email Type: The content type of the sale notification email (Plain Text/HTML).

Sale Notification Email Body: The main content of the sale notification email. You can use various tags in the email body to dynamically change its content when it is sent.

Email Tags

The following email tags can be used in the email body to dynamically change its content when an email is sent,

{first_name} – The buyer’s first name.

{last_name} – The buyer’s last name.

{full_name} – The buyer’s full name.

{customer_email} – The buyer’s email address.

{txn_id} – The unique transaction ID for this purchase.

{product_name} – The name of the product purchased.

{currency_code} – The currency code used to make the payment.

{price} – The total price of the purchase.

How to Use Stripe Checkout

1. Enable Checkout in Your Stripe Account

Log in to your Stripe account and navigate to the Checkout settings (Settings > Stripe apps > CHECKOUT) from the Dashboard.
screenshot showing how to enable checkout from a stripe account dashboard
From here you can enable the client integration and customize the look and feel of your checkout page.

2. Create a Product

Navigate to the Products section in your Dashboard and create a new product (One time/Recurring).
screenshot showing how to create a product in a stripe account
When you create a product in the Dashboard, Stripe generates a price ID for it. Make sure to copy this price ID because you will need to use it in shortcode later.
screenshot showing how to copy product price id from stripe account

3. Add a Webhook Endpoint

Go to Developers > Webhooks > Add endpoint from your account dashboard and insert the URL shown in the plugin settings.

Select this event – checkout.session.completed and click Add endpoint. This is where Stripe will send a notification after a checkout payment is successful.

4. Add a Checkout Shortcode

Add the following shortcode to a post/page to create a one-time payment button.
[wp_stripe_checkout_v3 price=”price_UY9NozbEy7T3PUlk”]
Replace the value of price with your product price ID.

In order to create a payment button for a recurring product set the “mode” parameter to “subscription” in the shortcode.
[wp_stripe_checkout_v3 price=”price_UY9NozbEy7T3PUkU” mode=”subscription”]

Shortcode Parameters

Stripe checkout shortcode currently supports the following parameters:

button_text

The text displayed inside the button (optional). The default is “Buy Now”.
[wp_stripe_checkout_v3 price=”price_UY9NozbEy7T3PUlk” button_text=”Pay Now”]
success_url

The URL to which Stripe will redirect upon completion of a successful payment (optional). The default is the Return URL specified in the settings.
[wp_stripe_checkout_v3 price=”price_UY9NozbEy7T3PUlk” success_url=”https://example.com/success”]
cancel_url

The URL to which Stripe will redirect when a payment is canceled (optional). The default is the home URL for your site.
[wp_stripe_checkout_v3 price=”price_UY9NozbEy7T3PUlk” cancel_url=”https://example.com/cancel”]
If the payment is successful the customer will be redirected to your chosen Return URL page.

When you receive a new order you will be able to view it in the orders menu.
screenshot of stripe checkout orders menu

Legacy Stripe Checkout

This section is for the legacy version of checkout. It doesn’t meet the new requirements for authenticating online payments (known as SCA – Strong Customer Authentication) which came into effect on September 14, 2019, as part of PSD2 regulation in Europe.

Create a new post/page and add the following shortcode to create a Stripe checkout button.
[wp_stripe_checkout item_name=”Champion Men’s Jersey T-Shirt” description=”Short-sleeve t-shirt in athletic fit featuring ribbed crew neckline and logo at chest” amount=”59.99″ label=”Buy Now”]

Shortcode Parameters

Legacy Stripe checkout shortcode currently supports the following parameters:

item_name

The name of the item you are selling (required).

description

A short description of your item (optional).

amount

The price of the item. It is also the amount shown to the user (required).

name

The name of your company or website (optional).
[wp_stripe_checkout item_name=”Champion Men’s Jersey T-Shirt” name=”example.com” description=”Short-sleeve t-shirt in athletic fit featuring ribbed crew neckline and logo at chest” amount=”59.99″]
label

The text that is shown on the payment button (optional).

image

A URL pointing to a square image of your brand or product(128x128px recommended). The recommended image types are .gif, .jpg, and .png (optional).
[wp_stripe_checkout item_name=”Champion Men’s Jersey T-Shirt” description=”Short-sleeve t-shirt in athletic fit featuring ribbed crew neckline and logo at chest” amount=”59.99″ image=”https://example.com/wp-content/uploads/checkout.png”]
locale

Specify auto to display Checkout in the user’s preferred language, if available (optional). English will be used by default.
[wp_stripe_checkout item_name=”Champion Men’s Jersey T-Shirt” description=”Short-sleeve t-shirt in athletic fit featuring ribbed crew neckline and logo at chest” amount=”59.99″ locale=”auto”]
currency

The currency of the item (optional). If not specified it will read the currency from the settings.
[wp_stripe_checkout item_name=”Champion Men’s Jersey T-Shirt” description=”Short-sleeve t-shirt in athletic fit featuring ribbed crew neckline and logo at chest” amount=”59.99″ currency=”USD”]
billing-address

Specify whether Checkout should collect the user’s billing address (optional). The default is false.
[wp_stripe_checkout item_name=”Champion Men’s Jersey T-Shirt” description=”Short-sleeve t-shirt in athletic fit featuring ribbed crew neckline and logo at chest” amount=”59.99″ billing-address=”true”]
This will collect the following billing address details from a user:

  • Billing Name
  • Billing Address Line1
  • Billing Address Zip
  • Billing Address State
  • Billing Address City
  • Billing Address Country

shipping-address

Specify whether Checkout should collect the user’s shipping address (optional). The default is false.
[wp_stripe_checkout item_name=”Champion Men’s Jersey T-Shirt” description=”Short-sleeve t-shirt in athletic fit featuring ribbed crew neckline and logo at chest” amount=”59.99″ shipping-address=”true”]
This will collect the following shipping address details from a user:

  • Shipping Name
  • Shipping Address Line1
  • Shipping Address Zip
  • Shipping Address State
  • Shipping Address City
  • Shipping Address Country

panel-label

The label of the payment button in the Checkout form (optional). Checkout does not translate custom labels to the user’s preferred language.
[wp_stripe_checkout item_name=”Champion Men’s Jersey T-Shirt” description=”Short-sleeve t-shirt in athletic fit featuring ribbed crew neckline and logo at chest” amount=”59.99″ panel-label=”Pay Now $59.99″]
allow-remember-me

Specify whether to exclude the option to “Remember Me” for future purchases (optional). The default is true.
[wp_stripe_checkout item_name=”Champion Men’s Jersey T-Shirt” description=”Short-sleeve t-shirt in athletic fit featuring ribbed crew neckline and logo at chest” amount=”59.99″ allow-remember-me=”false”]
bitcoin

Specify whether Checkout form should accept Bitcoin (optional). The default is false.
[wp_stripe_checkout item_name=”Champion Men’s Jersey T-Shirt” description=”Short-sleeve t-shirt in athletic fit featuring ribbed crew neckline and logo at chest” amount=”59.99″ bitcoin=”true”]
success_url

Specify whether the customer should be redirected to a different URL upon completion of a successful payment. The default is the Return URL specified in the settings.
[wp_stripe_checkout item_name=”Champion Men’s Jersey T-Shirt” description=”Short-sleeve t-shirt in athletic fit featuring ribbed crew neckline and logo at chest” amount=”59.99″ success_url=”https://example.com/success”]
When a user clicks on the pay button, a window will pop up where they can enter their credit card info and complete the payment.
screenshot of stripe checkout demo

Stripe Email Receipt

Stripe can automatically send a receipt to your customer via email after completion of a purchase. All that is required for this option is the email address of the customer at checkout. The plugin will collect the email address entered in the simple pay form and notify Stripe so a receipt is automatically sent to the customer upon purchase.
screenshot of a stripe receipt sent to the customer via email upon purchase
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    1. Manish Jain

      Hey, I am using this plugin but when I click on buy now button noting happened

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        • Noor Alam

          @Manish, Please provide a link to your button page so I can check it.

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    1. anna

      Hey, I’m wondering how this works with a wordpress cart. This seems like it would allow me to proceed to checkout on each individual product page, but not on the entire cart. Please advise.

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        • Noor Alam

          @anna, There is no shopping cart unfortunately.

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    1. Magali DORADO

      Hi Noor,
      First of all thanks for this addon this is really great.

      Unfortunatly when I click on buy now button nothing happened.

      I dont know if it is a problem with the settings of my stripe account or with the settings of my pluggin?

      Thanks for your help

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        • Noor Alam

          @Magali, Please provide a link to the page in question so I can take a look.

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            • Magali DORADO

              Hi Noor and thank you for your quick answer!
              Here a link for a product [wp_stripe_checkout_v3 price=”prod_J5dtPAo5Efu1Xe” button_text=”Acheter”]
              and a link for a subscription [wp_stripe_checkout_v3 price=”prod_J5aokJgskETRle” mode=”subscription” button_text=”Souscrire mon abonnement STARTER”]

              Thanks again for your help

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                • Noor Alam

                  @Magali, Thanks. I need to see the page where you are using these shortcodes. I have noticed that your button_text values are not enclosed in double quotes. Please see the updated shortcodes (I have updated them for you).

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                    • Magali DORADO

                      Hi Noor,
                      I finally found the solution. Thanks for all

    1. nils

      Hey there, and thanks for all your work! – How can I use custom prices with the v3 shortcode? This gives me a headache…

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        • Noor Alam

          @nils, There is no custom price unfortunately.

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    1. Sam

      Can this plugin support customer-facing Stripe coupon codes being entered at checkout to provide discounts on recurring subscription products?

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        • Noor Alam

          @Sam, Is this coupon code created in your Stripe account?

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            • Sam

              Yes, using coupons that are created via our Stripe account

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                • Noor Alam

                  @Sam, Thanks. Stripe doesn’t seem to show any coupon option to me at checkout. So the API may not support it.

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                    • Sam

                      It does. Set allow_promotion_codes to true when creating the Stripe Checkout session

                    • Noor Alam

                      @Sam, It doesn’t use session. It uses Stripe’s “Redirect to Checkout” method.

                    • Sam

                      Thanks for the information!

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