I am designing a modern, clean site http://beatstobeatbreastcancer.com and client wants to link donations to Stripe not paypal account, the plugin enables us to maintain Style of our pages still right? just want to make sure it doesn’t look like http://paymentsplugin.com/demo/donation-form/ Pls let me know, thnks!
You can set custom css styles for your forms on the “Full Stripe -> Settings” page in Wordpress admin.
Also, you can modify the payment form php files, if you need more customization.
For subscription payments, will this plugin communicate with MailChimp to automatically include subscribers to a mailing list?
Can it also automatically delete from the MC list subscribers who cancel or those in default of payments?
If currently not, is there a way to make these happen?
No, the plugin does not automatically communicate with Mailchimp upon payment. However, our code is well structured and it is fairly straightforward to add this piece if you have some PHP programming experience.
You can delete subscribers from the list by implementing a Stripe web hook and adding an event handler to the plugin.
I have a site that i am working on for booking equipment and i want to be able to charge a $25 setup fee then charge the booking amount after. Does this have the capability to do so?
On subscription forms, you have the option of charging a setup fee.
On payment forms, there is no separate setup fee but you can charge an amount which includes the setup fee as well, and explain to the customer how the one-time fee is composed of.
I hope it helps.
For some reason I do not have the Total displayed under the form and when I enter the coupon code there is no way to know if it was applied or not. Also no error messages show up.
May I take a look at the page?
My guess is a CSS issue, because the total and the coupon amounts are displayed below the payment button by default.
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I’ve checked your payment page.
If I press “Subscribe” without filling in the form, the following error message should appear: “This card number looks invalid.” This error message does not appear on your page.
In fact, it is not even written into the ”.payment-errors” element in the DOM.
You can also see on the demo page that the total is written below the button.
I advise switching off all plugins and try to get the error message. If still cannot reproduce, please try to swith off also the theme temporarily.
Have upgraded my server to php 5.6 after getting hacked… this has messed with permissions …. which I believe I have reset but you never know.
Full Stripe is not now talking to Stripe … in that it isn’t picking up the subscription plans I have, payments, etc.
Any ideas on how to fix this and get things talking to one another again.
The most important thing is to check whether you can communicate from your server to the Stripe API on port 443.
You can use wget or curl for this, something like:
If you cannot then the firewall is blocking outbound requests and it must be relaxed.
Also, please make sure that the Curl and Mbstring extensions for PHP are installed on the server.
This is the error I get … I assume your script is not compatible with php 5.6 … and chance of a fix… as the API keys are set.
It does not seem like a PHP 5.6-related compatibility issue to me.
It looks like something truncates the request that the plugin sends to Stripe.
Do you have any security plugins installed?
(Many people reported issues when the security plugin settings are too tight. Wordfence and iTheme Security come to mind but I am sure there are many others)
Also, can I take a look at the page?
ps: In the meantime, we are installing a PHP 5.6 environment to test and to make sure that the plugin still works.
Sorted… it was curl … I needed curl ssl installed in the build…. all done and working thank you.
Hello Does your plugin support “Authorize and capture”? See https://support.stripe.com/questions/does-stripe-support-authorize-and-capture
No, WP Full Stripe does not support “Authorize and capture”. Payments are captured immediately.
Thank you. Is this something we could build as an add-on to your plugin?
We haven’t evaluated the feasibility of adding “Authorize and capture” yet.
I am sure it is possible if you have the resources.
Can you set up different accounts per form? I have a client who needs Form A to deposit into Account1, and Form B to deposit into Account 2. Basically, looking for a way to specify API keys to be used on a per-form basis.
No, you cannot specify API keys on a per form basis yet.
We have already considered adding this feature, but it requires a bit more thinking because handling several accounts can make the WP admin UI too complicated.
I assumed this to be the case.
I have an idea for the UI—Create another table for API keys / Account names, and allow the users to select the account from a drop down when creating the form. Just a thought.
Thanks for the quick reply.
Yes, managing the accounts is the easier part.
The difficulty comes from adding filtering options to transactions lists, and also making sure customers can find transactions quickly.
(Since half of the data is in the WP database and the other half is in Stripe, it is not as trivial as it seems).
Anyway, we are still considering to add this feature sometime in the future.
We plan a lot of UI improvements and those changes will also make this one easier to implement.
Hi, this looks great.
Re the checkout form / popup, how is that done and can it be added to a pricing table? I have 3 subscription levels so adding a pop up to our pricing table to pay instantly would be perfect.
I tried logging in as demo to test it but it’s not working unfortunately.
Thanks for letting us know about the buggy demo page!
We will fix that asap.
Regarding your question: the payment button which opens the checkout dialog is inserted into the page by using a shortcode.
If you have PHP programming experience (or you have a developer) you can modify a plugin by creating a custom shortcode which inserts the links to the pricing table the way you need them.
Thanks for the reply. I read on another plugin’s page that the checkout form couldn’t be used for recurring payments. Is that the same for your plugin?
I guess it might be the same for all but just wanted to make sure.
Yes, the checkout form can be used only for one-time payments currently.
This will change in the future.
OK thanks mate. I’ve bought the plugin and have a few minor issues with it. I’ve posted on your support forum anyway. cheers.
I have answered your post in the forum.
My client is asking if there is a way to collect few extra custom form-fields on post Stripe payment (One time and Subscription) and access all the info (about the customer: name, delivery address, email, phone number and instruction note to delivery: time, special instruction to reach his address, extra service, etc.) in the backend, is that possible with your plugin?
You can add up to 5 custom fields per form (if you need more, you can modify the constant in the source code)
These custom fields are submitted to Stripe and are visible as custom metadata of the customer.
The metadata fields in the red frame (Timezone, Company name, Language) are custom fields.
Thank for your reply. One more thing to clarify – is it possible to setup the custom input fields after the Stripe payment is successful and whether all the info under Stripe ‘Metadata’ could be viewable on the WordPress backend with your plugin?
Stripe does not allow users to modify subscription metadata via the Stripe Dashboard.
Currently, we do not store or display the metadata in the plugin. However, we’ve received this request from our customers so it will be added in a release in the near future.
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