Details on all settings available in WP Simple Pay Pro.
Using Test Mode
How to use Test mode in WP Simple Pay and Stripe until your payment forms are ready.
How to configure custom fields, buttons, and labels displayed in your payment forms.
How to customize what's displayed on Stripe-hosted checkout pages (when it's the form display type selected).
WP Simple Pay offers a settings area to configure emails sent by your website when various actions occur in WP...
Customer Subscription Management Settings
WP Simple Pay offers a settings area to control how Customers can manage their Subscriptions. These settings can be found...
Setting Payment Success and Failure Pages
How to set pages to redirect to after payment success or failure.
Currency and Locale Settings
How to set an alternate locale (language), date format, currency, and currency format.
Configuring the Payment Confirmation Display
How to edit and customize the payment confirmation page using template tags.
Apple Pay & Google Pay
How to allow visitors to pay by Apple Pay, Google Pay, or Microsoft Pay.
Accepting Webhooks from Stripe
How to configure your site to receive webhook events from Stripe (required for some functionality).
Creating Installment Plans
How to setup installment plans (aka “max charges” or “payment plans”).
reCAPTCHA can help automatically protect your custom payment forms from excessive declines occurring due to card testing, spam, and other fraud.
Basic style and CSS settings available.
Setting Up and Using the Stripe Customer Portal
The Stripe customer portal is a Stripe-hosted page that lets your customers manage their subscriptions and billing details. An example...
How to set a site-wide tax rate.
On the Payment Form General tab, you can adjust general behavior of the Payment Form. Title A title to describe...
Payment Mode By default, when a payment is made the transaction is processed in the currently set global “Test Mode”...