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How to Configure a Payment Form’s General Settings

On the Payment Form General tab, you can adjust general behavior of the Payment Form.

Title

A title to describe the payment form. Output above the Payment Form, or on Stripe Checkout

Description

Optional. Additional description of the Payment Form. Output above the Payment Form, or on Stripe Checkout.

Type

  • On-site payment form will display all payment form fields on the page itself, and payment collection will occur on-site. All fields can be rearranged and styled as needed.
    • Open in an overlay modal will display all payment form fields in an overlay launched by a button on the page. Like the embedded option, all fields can be rearranged and styled as needed, and the payment is collected on-site.
  • Off-site Stripe Checkout form will display some fields on the page and others in the Stripe Checkout form. Stripe Checkout is served by Stripe’s servers and allows partial field customization. Payment is collected off-site. See Stripe Checkout Display Options to customize this further.

On-site payment forms utilize Stripe Elements to provide real-time validation and securely collect payment details.

Payment Success Page

By default, when a payment is successful your customers or donors will be directed to the payment success page selected in the global settings (see Setting Payment Success and Failure Pages). This setting can be overridden for each payment form. Just set the Specific Page if it’s a page located on your WordPress site, or Redirect URL if it’s an external page you want to redirect to. The best way to see these form display options in action is to check out our demo site.

reCAPTCHA Anti-Spam

You are shown a reminder that you currently have reCAPTCHA enable or disabled in WP Simple Pay Settings General reCAPTCHA. If disabled you may click the link provided to set up reCAPTCHA, which we strongly recommend.

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Updated on July 5, 2022