The Stripe Checkout tab is where you’ll configure all options available on Stripe-hosted checkout pages if it’s the Form Type option selected on the General tab.
These options are for the new Stripe Checkout, shown below:
Note: More payment methods can be exposed by changing the drop-down show below from ‘Popular’ to ‘All’.
|Payment Methods||Stripe Checkout supports: SEPA, Alipay, Bancontact, FPX, giropay, iDEAL, and Przelewy24. Some payment methods must be enabled in your Stripe Payment Method settings. Not all payment methods are available in all countries. More information on the various payment methods can be found here|
|Image||URL pointing to a square image of your brand or product. Can be an uploaded image. The recommended minimum size is 128x128px. The supported image types are: .gif, .jpeg, and .png.
Only supports displaying a logo for one-time payments, not subscriptions.
|Submit Button Color||Adjust the Stripe Checkout submit button color in the Stripe Branding settings|
|Submit Button Type||Customize the text on the submit button depending on the type of transaction being performed. Choices are 'Pay', 'Donate', and 'Booking'|
|Enable Form Styles||Apply plugin styling to form fields that appear on-page. Otherwise, the styles will inherit from the current theme.|
|Require Shipping Address||If enabled, Checkout will always collect the customer’s shipping address.|
|Require Billing Address||If enabled, Checkout will always collect the customer’s billing address. If not, Checkout will only collect the billing address when necessary.|
To see some of these options in action, check out the Stripe Checkout demos.
Stripe Checkout Customization Options
When using Stripe Checkout, Stripe dictates what can and cannot be configured on the checkout page as it is served by Stripe’s servers.
You can alter the color of the Stripe Checkout background and payment button that appears on the checkout page, customer portal, and Stripe hosted invoices by changing various settings in the account branding section of the Stripe Dashboard:
NOTE: Google Pay and Apple Pay are enabled by default when using Stripe Checkout. You can disable one or both by visiting the Stripe Checkout settings in the Stripe Dashboard.