One other thing which is kind of very important. Does gocardless integrate with wishlist member plugin and any known issues with optimize press 2?
There are lots of questions in your two posts. Would you be able to give me a call on 01626 572572 and we can talk it through in more detail?
Good to talk earlier.
Unfortunately, I’m not sure that wishlist is going to play nicely with our plugin for your proposed solution.
Thanks for updating the plug in so quickly. That’s a sign of good software support. Recomended
Thank you – feel free to give us 5 stars on CodeCanyon
In the information on the GoCardless site it says that it is possible to pass in a custom return URI with each request.”
Can the Outerbridge plugin pass a custom URI that can be used by GoCardless to return to our website?.
I’ve sent you an email re this and your other questions.
When I updated the plugin I got this message:
The plugin generated 119 characters of unexpected output during activation. If you notice “headers already sent” messages, problems with syndication feeds or other issues, try deactivating or removing this plugin.
Should I worried?
You sometimes see this when plugins are activated. It should disappear with your next click in the admin area. If it doesn’t then there is a problem. I can’t replicate the issue on my version of the plugin but if it persists with yours send me some admin login details to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll take a look.
Hi, just wondering as a potential buyer if this works with Woo Commerce?
No, this is a standalone implementation of GoCardless on WordPress.
Looks good, i regularly use go cardless, have just tried the test version on your website and it isn’t doing anything? would love to give it a test before purchasing?
The problem is the CodeCanyon “buy now” frame at the top of the page. If you remove it by clicking on “remove frame” on the top left, you’ll be able to use the “buy now” test link and it’ll take you to GoCardless so you can try it out.
Thanks for bringing this to my attention, I’ll look into a more permanent solution.
Am I able to use this plugin to automatically upgrade a user account in wordpress once they click through and submit the subscription request, or does it have to be a manual process?
It’s a manual process, I’m afraid.
Im setting up a booking system for a rooftop events and working space and we are going with gocardless.
Im just checking that all is up to date with wordpress 3.9 with your plugin before purchase.Cheers, Sam
Yes it works perfectly with 3.9
This plugin looks great. I’m hoping it can be applied in some way to a WordPress project for a conference event where the client is exploring the possibility of using GoCardless to take the payments for the tickets.
As well as payment details, we need to capture from customers some info about the type of ticket they would like to buy. We can’t put these questions into the GoCardless form, so my plan was to investigate possible integration with Gravity Forms or perhaps Contact Form 7.
The customer would fill out the ticket details form on the site, click submit which would capture the details in the usual way and then redirect to GoCardless to take the payment.
I can’t see a suitable Gravity Forms or Contact Form 7 solution, but I’m wondering if there would be some way to extend or use this plugin alongside Gravity Forms to achieve what we need.
Any suggestions or advice would be greatly appreciated.
We know customers who are using our plugin with Gravity Forms. We have experience of both GF and CF7, so please drop us an email at email@example.com if you run into any problems when you set this up.
Thanks for the reply and that’s good to know. I’ll pass on the notes to the client and we’ll see what happens.
I want to set up annual and quarterly subscriptions. is it possible with this plugin or is it restricted to weekly or monthly (seems to be the only options currently supported by Gocardless)?
You can set it up to provide quarterly and annual intervals.
Thanks. One more question. I use PMPRO to allow people to purchase subscriptions. Will this plugin allow people to pay via PMPRO?
I’m not familiar with PMPRO, but if you can use shortcodes somewhere in the purchase process, then our plugin should work.
Looks like a great plugin!
I’m a huge advocate of GoCardless, so it’s good to see someone implementing it into WordPress.
I have a pre-purchase question.
Is it possible to set up a registration page for my WP site and before a user can register they must subscribe to a plan that I set e.g. Plan 1 £30.00 p/m Plan 2 £50.00 p/m etc.?
It’s not a massive thing to have any upfront payments, as I know GC is a Direct Debit facility, but it would take a lot of admin out of users requiring premium support.
Thanks in advance.
Normally, you would get users to register first and then choose their plan. However, there are some advanced options in the plugin that allow you to use hooks, so if you are familiar with hooks then this would help you with making people register first.
Also, you could set-up a one-off payment (followed by regular payments thereafter) for subscriptions.
We pay through GoCardless on another site that the Scouts use in the UK. We are currently building a Website for our District Scouts. GoCardless seams to be the way to go.
We organise camps and other events, where the payment is spread over a number of months. There for deposit one month, and the next apayment could be due in a few months time. I know that this is done on the other site that I use, but the question I hav is how would I set this up, and how does it log each payment and user on the website.
Alsoif I was to limit the number of places, how would this tie in to GoCardless?
Once I am confident that this will work I can buy the plugin
You use the pre-authorization function to cater for erratic payment schedules.
Our plugin allows you to see all one-off, subscriptions and pre-authorizations which have been set up by users on your site.
You cannot limit the number of places automatically – you would need to remove the payment link when you have sold out.
Thank you for your reply, but I am still a little lost. Can it deal with multiple payments for an event, based on a due date.
If payment then is late send an overdue payment email to the client?
Or do you have any other online payment plugins that you could potentially suggest?
You can set up any number of different payment arrangements for your event. If you use a subscription then you can have an initial one-off payment taken immediately, and further payments at your chosen interval thereafter. If you set up the arrangement as a pre-authorization, then you can choose when to take the payment(s).
Payments are collected via Direct Debit, so GoCardless handles this for you.
Thanks for your help. I have now bought the Plugin, but for some reason when it trys to activate the Plugin. It crashes the website, and I only get a plane white screen.
How is this resolved?
Hi Dave, I’ve just responded to your ticket on our helpdesk http://outerbridge.freshdesk.com where we’ll find out what’s going on here!
With this plugin is there any chance the users of my site will be able to see their payment history and status?
Only admins have access to that information.
With this plugin is there a way of making it work with forms? I pretty much need the users to fill the form in with their details and then make the payment. Is this possible? Also is it compatible with Contact Form 7?
Please let me know!
The plugin is designed to be a standalone product to take GoCardless payments. It will work with forms depending on how your process flows are set up. We haven’t tested it with CF7 but I think that it might require a few coding tweaks to make it work correctly.
Hi, we have a requirement for a page on a WordPress website where the customer can pay an invoice via GoCardless. The invoice would have been generated via another system – so the customer would need to type in the amount, their name and a reference number. Please could you confirm if this is possible with your plugin? Many thanks
We’d need to understand a bit more about your requirements to be able to answer this definitively. Can you raise a ticket at http://outerbridge.freshdesk.com with some more info about process flows and your exact requirements please?
We’re looking at possibly using this plugin on a customers website. I understand there will be some additional development required from us, I’m just trying to work out whether using the plugin as a base will save us some time.
We need to do the following:
- We would like to use multiple GoCardless accounts so we’d need to be able to configure each one in the admin area.
- We’d like to collect some basic information when the user makes a payment (name, address etc).
I’m not sure that our plugin is going to help you very much, as it only allows for one GoCardless account (although it does allow you to switch between Live and Sandbox details).
Good luck with your project
I’ve purchased and installed the plug-in, followed the set up steps including entering all of the API keys and i’ve checked over ten times that they are all correct in sandbox and live modes, but the shortcode doesn’t show anything?
The receipt shortcode is working i suppose, but the payment link isn’t. Any help with this would be great, I am running the latest version of wordpress.
Hi. You should receive an email about this from the support desk, as we’ve replied to the ticket you raised there.
Hey Guys, I installed your plugin yesterday and I love how easily it works. Go Cardless seems a so much better option than other services. Thank you for such an awesome product.
However, the only issue I have which I really hope you can help me overcome; I’ve created a payment page on my website which consists of a one off payment NYAO (which is reference 2), and also a subscription NYOA (which is reference 1).
Reference 2 NYOA works perfectly. But when I try to use Reference 1, nothing happens other than the Reference 2 box stating that ‘no amount specified’.
Am I doing something wrong to implement multiple payment options on the same page?
Hi. You can’t have 2 different NYOAs on the same page, but you can check both the one-off and subscription boxes for one of your payments – the plugin will then automatically generate a drop-down selector so that your users can choose the type of payment themselves.
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