Full Stripe is a WordPress plugin designed to make it easy for you to accept payments and create subscriptions from your WordPress site. Powered by Stripe, you can embed payment forms into any post or page and take payments directly from your website without making your customers leave for a 3rd party website.
WP Full Stripe has been fully tested and working on WordPress version 4.0.0+ including the latest version 4.9.8 . The plugin will be updated in the future if WordPress updates any functionality it relies upon. Full Stripe will also work with any theme and you can easily style the forms if you require.
The plugin supports Stripe in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland,
Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and United States,
plus invite-only preview versions in Brazil, Mexico, and India.
For update-to-date information on supported countries, please visit https://stripe.com/global
You can test-drive our plugin at our demo site: https://paymentsplugin.com/demo/
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It is highly recommended you use SSL with this plugin to provide extra security for your customers. Note: you must buy an SSL certificate to use HTTPS on your web server.
As always, there is full support available at: https://paymentsplugin.com/support/
Sep 3, 2018 (v3.16.0)
- Added verifications to make the CVC/CVV code required (even when Stripe doesn’t require it)
- You can select more plans on a form due to increased database column size (from 255 charaters to 2048 characters)
- Fixed an issue of cancelling subscriptions not working on the “Manage subscriptions” page when being logged in to WordPress
- Fixed an issue of subscription trials not working
- Fixed an issue of website assets not loading when Wordpress is hosted on Windows webservers (css, js, and image files)
Jul 11, 2018 (v3.15.1)
- Added “Authorize & capture” support for one-time payments
- Reworked how the setup fee works so it’s a proper invoice item now, and tax can be added on top of it
- Fixed an issue of customer name and billing address not set properly on Stripe invoices
- Renamed and moved the “Card captures” menu to the “Saved cards” menu
- Added webhook event handlers for one-time payment state changes (refunded, pending, expired, failed, captured)
May 25, 2018 (v3.15.0)
- IMPORTANT: Update to this version if you are using webhooks and subscriptions that end after certain number of charges
- Fixed an issue related to subscriptions not ending automatically
Apr 20, 2018 (v3.14.0)
- Self-service area for subscribers to update credit card data, and cancel subscriptions (with Google reCaptcha protection)
- Configurable payment description for all one-time payment forms
- Changed the order of the Stripe API keys (publishable, secret) on the “Settings” page
- Made changes to be compatible with the WP Mandrill plugin
Feb 12, 2018 (v3.13.1)
- Card capture forms for customers to submit credit card data (so you can charge them later).
- Error message displayed upon form submit when secret and publishable API keys are entered in the wrong order.
- Updated the Stripe PHP client to v6.4.1
- Made subscription management compatible with v6.0 Stripe API (products as parents of subscription plans).
- Removed Alipay support temporarily.
- Removed Bitcoin support.
- “Lock email address field for logged in users” feature turned into “Fill in email address for logged in users”.
- Fixed an issue related to not displaying error message when an empty form was submitted.
- Fixed an issue related to not saving the default billing country on subscription forms.
- Fixed an issue related to not displaying properly popup button labels containing single quote characters.
- Fixed the bug that the “Could not find payment information” error message was not localizable.
Jan 8, 2018 (v3.13.0)
- Fixed a subscription plan creation/editing/listing issue caused by a new Stripe API version.
- Fixed an issue related to optional custom fields.
November 21, 2017 (v3.12.1)
- Added shipping address support to popup forms (both one-time and subscription).
- Increased the maximum number of custom fields per form to 10 (used to be 5).
- The form name is displayed for each payment in WP admin.
- The form name is added as metadata to one-time payments and subscriptions.
- Performed small tweaks to make inline and popup form layouts alike (aligned labels to left, removed fieldset element).
- Removed security verification that caused nonce errors on cached websites.
- Condensed the billing address and the shipping address to one metadata each.
- For one-time payments, all metadata is added to the Stripe charge object (the Stripe customer object is left intact).
- For subscriptions, all metadata is added to the Stripe subscription object (the Stripe customer object is left intact).
November 13, 2017 (v3.12.0)
- Fixed the product description not being displayed on popup subscription forms.
September 5, 2017 (v3.11.1)
- Added tax (VAT) support to subscription forms.
- Added option for simple popup subscription button (no plan selector, no plan info label, no custom fields, no coupon field).
- Added option for selecting the display language of popup one-time payment forms, and popup subscription forms.
August 22, 2017 (v3.11.0)
- Fixed a billing address validation issue on inline one-time forms.
August 18, 2017 (v3.10.0)
- IMPORTANT! This release contains critical security fixes and critical bugfixes. Please update your Full Stripe installation as soon as possible!!!
- Added support for “custom amount” and “select amount from list” payment types to popup one-time payment forms (Stripe checkout forms).
- Updated the Stripe PHP client to the latest version (v5.1.1)
April 19, 2017 (v3.9.1)
- Added popup (Stripe checkout) support to subscription forms.
- Added custom field support to all form types (one-time and subscription, inline and popup).
- Fixed issues with zero-decimal currencies (like the Japanese Yen).
- Fixed WP admin URLs linking to Stripe charges and Stripe subscriptions.
- Fixed the value of the AMOUNT placeholder on subscription forms where both setup fee and plan fee have to be charged.
- Fixed an issue of not being able to select certain payment confirmation (“Thank you”) pages for redirects.
April 18, 2017 (v3.9.0)
- Fixed a bug on the edit page of popup forms in WP admin.
March 1, 2017 (v3.8.2)
- Payment currency can be set per form.
- Payment currency can be set per subscription plan.
- Setup fee can be set per subscription plan.
- Added the DATE placeholder token to all email notifications.
- Split all form editor pages into tabs in order to make room for new features.
February 26, 2017 (v3.8.1)
- Fixed a bug related to customizable “Thank you” (payment confirmation) pages.
February 24, 2017 (v3.8.0)
- Fixed a bug related to PHP 5.3.x compatibility.
February 15, 2017 (v3.7.5)
- All forms are responsive and mobile friendly.
- “Thank you” pages after payment are customizable with placeholder tokens.
- Payment types “Select amount from list” and “Custom amount” can be combined on one-time payment (and donation) forms.
- New option added to make custom fields mandatory.
- Minimum plugin requirements are verified at activation time.
- Added collision prevention code to handle those cases when other plugins load jQuery in a non-standard way.
- Fixed a bug with the PRODUCT_NAME placeholder when the payment type is “Select Amount from List”.
- Fixed a bug with form names containing only digits.
- Fixed a bug with error messages when invalid card expiry date is provided.
January 23, 2017 (v3.7.4)
- Fixed an issue with payment descriptions containing commas when the payment type is “Select Amount from List”.
December 2, 2016 (v3.7.3)
- Increased amount length from 6 digits to 8.
- The Stripe PHP client has been upgraded to v4.4.0 .
- Fixed a bug that caused the product description not properly being mapped to the PRODUCT_NAME placeholder on Stripe checkout forms.
November 24, 2016 (v3.7.2)
- The Stripe PHP client has been upgraded to v4.2.0 .
November 18, 2016 (v3.7.1)
- Fixed a bug related to missing button icons in WP Admin.
- Fixed a bug that prevented the plugin from being activated (class name collision with other plugins).
- Plan label handling modified to work with themes that remove empty <p>tags.
November 2, 2016 (v3.7.0)
- Error pane handling modified to work with themes that remove empty <p> tags.
- Fixed a bug that would prevent the plugin from displaying more than 100 subscription plans.
- Removed placeholders for the card and name fields on subscription forms.
June 3, 2016 (v3.6.0)
- Any number of forms can be embedded into a page or post!
- The plugin can auto-update to the latest version with the click of a button!
- Form shortcode generator added for embedding forms easily into pages and posts (simple copy’n’paste)!
- AliPay support added for one-time payments on Stripe checkout-style payment forms.
- Subscriptions can now be deleted on the “Subscribers” page.
- Country dropdown has been added to the billing address on all form types.
- The “Action” column has been redesigned on all admin pages (iconified buttons).
- The “Payments” page has a new layout, it is more structured and more spacious.
- The “Payments” page has got a search box. Find payments based on customer’s name and email address, Stripe customer id, Stripe charge id, or mode (live/test).
- The “Settings” page can now be extended by add-ons.
- “Newsfeed” tab has been added to the “About” page.
- Fixed an issue related to being unable to save subscription forms with selected subscription plan names containing spaces.
- The “Transfers” feature has been removed due to incompatibility with the latest Stripe API (will be reintroduced later).
- The Stripe client and API used by the plugin has been upgraded to v3.21.0 in order to be compatible with TLS 1.2.
March 15, 2016 (v3.5.1)
- Support for subscriptions that terminate after certain number of charges!
- Subscriptions can be cancelled from the “Subscribers” page.
- The “Subscribers” page has a new layout, it is more structured and more spacious.
- The “Subscribers” page has a search box. Find subscriptions based on subscribers’ name and email address, Stripe customer id, Stripe subscription id, or mode (live/test).
- The “Settings / E-mail receipts” page has a new layout for managing e-mail notifications (new email types coming soon).
- Now you can translate form titles and custom field labels to other languages as well.
- Stripe webhook support added for advanced features in the coming releases.
- Fixed an issue related to the value of the PLAN_AMOUNT token when a coupon is applied to the subscription.
- Fixed an issue related to plan ids, now they can contain comma characters.
- Improved error handling and error messages for internal errors.
February 21, 2016 (v3.5.0)
- Added PRODUCT_NAME token to email receipts (used when payment type is “Select Amount from List”)
- Added extra error handling for failed cards (declined, expired, invalid CVC).
- Fixed issue with long plan lists on subscription forms.
December 6, 2015 (v3.4.0)
- Added Bitcoin support for checkout forms!
- The e-mail field can be locked and filled in automatically for logged in users.
- Success messages and error messages are scrolled into view automatically.
- The spinning wheel has been moved next to the payment button on all form types.
- The lists on the “Payments” and “Subscribers” pages now are descending and ordered by date by default.
- Fixed an issue with payment forms on Wordpress 4.4.x: the submitted forms never returned.
October 30, 2015 (v3.3.0)
- New payment type introduced on payment forms: the customer can select the payment amount from a list.
- The “Settings” page is now easier to use, it has been divided into three tabs: Stripe, Appearance, and Email receipts.
- The e-mail receipt sender address is now configurable.
- All payment forms (payment, checkout, subscription) add the same metadata fields to the Stripe “Payment” and “Customer” objects.
- CSS style improvements to assure compatibility with the KOMetrics plugin.
August 22, 2015 (v3.2.0)
- The plugin is translation-ready! You can translate it to your language without touching the plugin code. (Public labels only)
- Usability improvements made to the currency selector on the “Settings” page.
- Improved error handling on all form types (payment, checkout, and subscription).
- Version number of the plugin is displayed on the “About” and “Help” pages in WP Admin.
- Confirmation dialog has been added to delete operations where it was missing.
- Fixed an issue on subscription forms with the progress indicator spinning endlessly, never returning.
- Fixed an issue on checkout forms with the CUSTOMERNAME token not resolved properly in email receipts.
July 18, 2015 (v3.1.1)
- Subscription plans on subscription forms can be reordered by using drag and drop!
- Subscription plans can be modified or deleted directly from WP Full Stripe.
- Page or post redirects can be selected using an autocomplete, no time wasted with figuring out post ids.
- Arbitrary URLs can be used as redirect URLs.
- Placeholder tokens for custom fields are available in email receipts.
June 25, 2015 (v3.1.0)
- Fixed a bug with Stripe receipt emails on subscription forms.
December 30, 2014
- Now you can use plugin email receipts for all form types (payment, checkout, and subscription) !!!
- New email receipt tokens: customer email, subscription plan name, subscription plan amount, subscription setup fee.
- Separate email template and subject fields for payment forms and subscription forms.
- Support for all countries supported by Stripe (20 countries currently).
- Support for all currencies supported by Stripe (138 currencies in total, number varies by country).
December 5, 2014
- You can now use multiple checkout buttons on the same page!
- Checkout button styling can now be disabled (useful for theme conflicts).
- Some minor changes added for future extensions.
November 4, 2014 – We’re now at version 3.0! Over 1 years worth of regular updates & new features
- Removing form input placeholders as they conflict with some themes.
- SSN is no longer a required field for transfer forms.
- Support for KO Metrics added.
- Bugfix: settings upgrade properly when installing a new version of the plugin.
October 16, 2014
- You can now add up to 5 custom input fields to payment & subscription forms!
- Subscribers and payment records can now be deleted locally (they remain in your Stripe dashboard).
- Lots of UI/UX improvements including appropriate table styling and useful redirects.
- Added livemode status to subscribers.
- Cardholder name correctly added to payment details.
October 7, 2014
- Email address is now a required field on payment forms.
- We now check for existing Stripe Customers before creating new ones.
- Updated the Stripe PHP Bindings to the latest version.
- Fixed deprecated warnings on payment and subscription table pages.
- Fixed a bug with trying to redirect to post ID 0 following payment.
- Hook and function updates to support upcoming Members add-on.
September 7, 2014
- Updated bank transfers feature to include ability to transfer to debit cards as well as bank accounts.
- Fixed a bug with checkout forms not displaying.
August 30, 2014
- Bugfix: Subscriptions create Stripe customer objects correctly again.
July 23, 2014
- Stripe Customer objects are now created for charges, meaning better information about customers in your Stripe dashboard
- Custom input has been moved from the description field to a charge metadata value
- Fixed Stripe link on payments history tables
- Stripe checkout forms now correctly save customer email
- Locale strings for CAD accounts have been added
July 20, 2014
- Hotfix to update transfers parameter due to Stripe API update
June 23, 2014
- Added option to use Stripe emails for payment receipts
- Fixed issue with redirect ID field on edit forms
- Added customer name to metatdata sent to Stripe on successful payment
June 21, 2014
- New tabbed design on payment and subscription pages
- New sortable table for subscriber list
- Choose to show remember me option on checkout forms
- Ability to choose custom image for checkout form
June 18, 2014
- You can now specify setup fees for subscriptions!
May 5, 2014
- Added ability to customize subscription form button text
- Currency symbol now shows for plan summary price text
- Some typos have been fixed & other UI improvements.
- New About page.
Apr 20, 2014
- New system allows selection of different form styles
- New ‘compact’ style for payment forms. More to come!
- Tidy up of form code to allow easier creation of new form styles.
Apr 19, 2014
- Checkout form now uses currency set in the plugin options
- Updated currency symbols throughout admin sections
- Tested to work with latest release, WordPress 3.9
Apr 13, 2014
- Added address line 2 and state fields to billing address portion of forms
- Used metadata parameter with Stripe API to better store customer email and address fields
- Address fields on forms now take locale into account (Zip/Postcode, State/Region etc.)
- Added new fields to customize email receipts
Mar 21, 2014
- New form type! Stripe Checkout forms are now supported. These are pre-styled, responsive forms.
- You can now select to receive a copy of email receipts that are sent after successful payments.
- More email validation added.
Feb 17, 2014
- You can now customize payment email receipts in the settings page
- Stage 1 of major refactor of code, making it easier & faster to provide future updates.
- Loads more action and filter hooks added to make plugin more extendable.
Feb 15, 2014
- Subscription forms now show total price at the bottom
- Coupon codes can now be applied, showing total price to the customer
Jan 26, 2014
- Added option to send email receipts to your customers after successful payment
Jan 15, 2014
- Fixed an issue with copy/pasting Stripe API keys sometimes including extra spaces
Dec 27, 2013
- You can now edit your payment and subscription forms!
- Improved table added for viewing payments which allows sorting by amount, date and more.
- General code tidy up. More coming soon.
Nov 15, 2013
- Address option added to payment forms
- Reorganized loading of Stripe code meaning faster load times and less conflicts
- Lots of UI improvements throughout administrator menus
- More hooks added to allow greater extendability
Nov 8, 2013
- Added support for Australian Dollar AUD
- Made changes to improve integration with various HTTPS plugins
Nov 2, 2013
- You can now use coupon codes on your subscription forms
- Added option to redirect customers to a specific post/page after a successful payment
- Documentation updated
Oct 11, 2013
- Increased number of subscription plans to 100
Oct 4, 2013
- Wrapped form styles to avoid interference with certain themes
- Ability to turn off form layout styling altogether
- Fixed a bug with “magic quotes” for font names in custom CSS setting.
Sept 8, 2013
- You can now add custom fields to payment and subscription forms
- Ability to add your own CSS to style forms
- Code tidy-up.
Aug 24, 2013
- Extra customization on payment forms, particularly the amount display and buttons
- Fixed some typos in help text which confused some buyers, sorry!
Aug 22, 2013
- You can now create payment forms with custom amounts, i.e. Donations.
Aug 15, 2013
- Subscription plan intervals now included. i.e. every 2 weeks or 3 months etc.
Aug 7, 2013
- Added support for new currencies: EUR and GBP! Stripe now supports UK & Ireland accounts
- CSS updates to ensure no interfering with certain Wordpress theme styling
- Some minor bug fixes
- Added support for the CAD currency!
- Settings menu updated for new currency selection.
Hi, Great plugin everything is working as expected except I am not receiving email notification when purchase a plan. I am in test mode but I have selected plugin to send email (not Stripe) any idea? thanks!
Hello increaseo, Please take a look at our knowledge base article about setting up email receipts: https://paymentsplugin.com/kb/wp-full-stripe-email-receipts/ You can also find troubleshooting information in the article. Let us know if you still cannot figure the issue out based on the article. cheers, Csaba
Is there a way for this plugin to load just the necessary files on an actual page that you are taking payments from instead of every page? Is it safe to show the live pk key in the source code as well?
Just wanted to check something to clarify before purchase. Will this allow me to charge a one time set amount (lets say $20) and a recurring payment (say $5). So $20 upfront then $5 per month thereafter? Looks like a great plugin - congrats.
Hi, Thanks for the comment :) Unfortunately that's not something that Stripe supports so it's not included in this plugin. You can do both separately of course (take $20 one-off on one form, $5 a month on another) but the ability to combine those doesn't exist. I might look into supporting multiple payment types per form however it's not something that is requested often so I don't know when it might get added (if ever). Cheers, Jamie
Thanks for the quick reply (for some reason I can't see it on here?) - I believe it is possible. Here's what Stripe support said to me a while back: "It is definitely possible to do both one-off charges and subscription charges on a given customer. The basic flow would be 1) create the Customer, 2) create the one-off charge for $20, 3) add the Customer to the $5/mo ??plan."
Yes weird, your comments are showing in my dashboard but not on the product page. Oh of course it's possible in that way, it's just not supported "out of the box". For this plugin, it would need a bit more work than some other features (though still not a lot) due to the way it's structured but it's certainly possible. My concern was simply one of priorities as I get emails every week asking for new features and the list keeps on growing! :)
Totally understand - was trying to save myself the job of having to write it :).
Many thanks :).
We thinking of using Stripe to allow vendors who use our site to accept payments from their clients. That means we need a solution that can store several Stripe accounts that will be used to accept funds. Does your plugin support multiple Stripe accounts for receiving money?
Hi, No, that's not a use case we've been asked to support before. But currently, WP Full Stripe only works with one Stripe account. Jamie
Thanks for the answers. I think the errors need refinement. E.g. when I entered alphabets in card expiry fields the error was "The 'exp_month' parameter should be an integer (instead, is asda)." You can see this error is not very helpful for a customer. Thank you, Muhammad A.
Hey, If you'd like to refine the errors messages feel free you have all the code :) It's something on the list to fix but it's been fairly low priority as the messages, while not perfect, do convey to the user what the problem is. Right now, the errors are just passed directly back from Stripe so those messages are actually theirs. In the future, I'll rewrite those messages to be more user friendly. Thanks, Jamie
Thanks. I will hold myself back and not indulge in code changing. :) You sold so many without perfecting it, I should start my business without pursuit of perfection. :) Thanks man, Muhammad A.
Hi Jamie, I tested "payment" in test mode but it was deemed successful without me putting in the name or the email. Without customer's email and name how will I contact them to fulfill their order? Customers can click the pay button without name and email address. Thanks, Umair
When creating the form, turn on the option to add email address to the form and then you'll have their email address saved when payment is successful. Jamie
Thanks for the reply The email form field is there. What I meant to communicate was that if a customer does not fill the email and name field they can still go through with the checkout. In such a scenario I won't have their name or email. The form can stop that from happening if it checks to see if the there is an email in the email field and a name in the name field. Thank you, Muhammad A.
Hi Is it possible to add an 'accept terms and conditions' checkbox to the payment form? And is there a way, with the Membership add-on, to allow members to sign up then choose their subscription? Many thanks for the help! Laurie
Oh sorry, I meant the subscription form
Hi Laurie, There's nothing built in to either of the plugins for the 'terms & conditions' checkbox so you would probably need to customize the code yourself. We can add it to the list of recommendations for a future update - no guarantees when that might happen. As for signing up separately from subscribing, that's not a feature right now as subscribers/members are tied directly to when they enter their subscription details. However, because the plugin uses the built in WordPress user system you should be able to allow people to sign up to your WordPress website as a user in the standard way, and then later on have them fill out the subscription form associated with WP Full Stripe Members roles. Hope that makes sense? Jamie
It would be great to be able to specify start of subscription date if subscription starting date is other then payment date. For example: subscription is starts on 10th and is charged monthly, but first payment made before that, e.g. 4th of the month.< br/>< /br>Another great thing would be to have an option to enter placeholder text for email & custom fields.< br/>thanks ;)
Hi, Thanks for the suggestion. Not sure this is something Stripe supports, would have to check. But if not, it's probably possible to add into the plugin code. I'll add it to the list of suggestions :) Jamie
Hi, How can I setup a page that visitors can choose the quantity of the good? Like buying two of one item. Thanks
Hey, WP Full Stripe deals with payments/subscriptions not products and quantities etc. If you'd like to sell two items using this plugin I'd suggest creating a page per item and adding a new payment form on each. Or instead use an ecommerce style plugin. Hope that helps, Jamie
Quick question, I'm looking for a solution that will allow a visitor to signup using a form which will include a file upload field and then make an annually or monthly recurring payment via stripe. Is this achievable with your plugin?
Hi, We don't have forms available that include upload fields, you'd have to edit the built-in payment/subscription forms yourself to achieve that. Regards, Jamie
Hi, I'm interested in this plugin but have a few questions: -Can you add custom fields to checkout form? -Can you include postcode validation for cards? -In the payments tracking panel in backend, is that data stored on local server? If so, is there a way to disable this so information about payments is not collected on server? -How long do you intend to keep this plugin updated and supported? Thanks, Best wishes, Rob
Hello Rob, Anwers to your questions in order: - You cannot add custom fields to a checkout form at the moment. It is a highly requested feature by our customers and it will be added in one of the coming releases. - Some data is stored in the backend, but no sensitive data like credit card information. If you would like to know more then please write to [email protected] . - There is no way to disable writing data to the backend currently. (It is funny, most of our customers want exactly the opposite: get data from Stripe for the interval before the plugin was installed) - We intend to support it for the longer term, meaning for the years to come. Cheers, Csaba
Thanks for your reply. Does that mean there is no postcode validation for the checkout form? Also, do you have a time frame for the implementation of custom fields with the checkout form? Thanks, Best wishes, Rob
Hello Rob, There is no postcode validation on the checkout form currently. The time frame for the implementation of custom fields for checkout forms is 3-4 months. Csaba
Hello Rob, I was wrong regarding postcode validation. The post code validation cannot be configured (turned on/off) in the plugin, but the plugin invokes the checkout form with the postcode validation turned on. Sorry for the confusion. Csaba
Thanks for the clarification. Best wishes, Rob
Hi, My client has bought this plugin and i have configured this in this website:- http://postcamptravel.com/ I just want to know one thing here... When i create subscription form like weekly, monthly etc... then after week or month is stripe auto charge the client's credit card or this is only one time payment in subscription form ? Waiting to your response ? Regards Kashif
Hello Kashif, If you create a subscription form then Stripe will auto-charge the client's credit card every x week/month/year (depending on the subscription form configuration). If you would like to have a one-time payment then you should set up a payment form or a checkout form instead. Cheers, Csaba
Hi, Just bought your product. Thank you for keeping it simple. Question: Is your support forum not working because I can't seem to get in? Also, what file is the "Payment Successful. Thanks for subscribing!"? I'd like to customize that without using a redirect. Thanks John
Hello John, Our forum is back - the database server crashed in the middle of the night. You can find the label “Payment Successful. Thanks for subscribing!” in the include/wp-full-stripe-customer.php, line 240. Cheers, Csaba
Hi. On your website you said you were using Stripe Payment Gateway for WooCommerce for the checkout, but when I tried, it seems like you were using PayPal. Is there a way to see the demo for Woo? Thanks.
Hello Squair, Yes, I've turned the Stripe plugin on - you can try it now. (You won't be able to pay with a credit card, because our company seat is in a country where Stripe is not yet supported). Now you will have a credit card option on the Checkout page of Woo. Please let me know when you've tried it out, then I switch it off again. Thanks, Csaba
This plugin prevents WP SES plugin from sending mail.
Dear Urgent, Thanks for letting us know. What's happening exactly when WP Full Stripe is used in conjunction with WP SES? Our plugin is working with many plugins that redefine the "wp_mail()" function to send emails through a different provider, not through the PHP mailer function. By the way, we are using WP Full Stripe with Amazon SES, via the WP-Mail-SMTP plugin. Regards, Csaba
Basically when I try to activate WP SES as the default e-mail handler I get an error saying another plugin is preventing it. I fixed the problem by disabling full stripe and then it activated and works fine. I'll look into the other plugin you mentioned, thanks.
Hello URGENT, WP Full Stripe doesn't do much with email-related stuff, we use only the wp_mail() function of Wordpress. I can hardly see how it can cause trouble. Anyway, we will install WP SES to see if there is an issue that we can fix. Cheers, Csaba
Hi, Is there anyway I can create a background colour on the sign up/call to action button? For custom css can you please tell me what the div name of the button? Cheers Lee
Hello Lee, What kind of form it is? One-time payment form, Stripe checkout form, or subscription form? Please show me the payment page URL, if possible. Cheers, Csaba
Hi Csaba, It's a subscription form. Can I email you the URL? Also is there a way after payment to redirect a customer to a page saying payment has been successful? Cheers Lee
Hello Lee, For redirecting after a payment, set the "Redirect on success?" option of the subscription form to "Yes", and select a page/post, or enter an arbitrary URL. For styling the button, please send us an email to [email protected] and we will put a css example in the answer. (We cannot put it here because special characters are filtered out). Thanks, cheers: Csaba
Is the visitor cancelling or unsubscribing from a recurring subscription billing / donation on their own supported through this plugin? Or do we still have to unsubscribe them from the Stripe control panel manually? I saw a comment from last year that we have to use Stripe, but I'm wondering if anything has changed. It would be another good feature to have.
Hello oxygensmith, This is spot on, the feature to cancel subscriptions from Full Stripe admin will be added in one of the coming releases. Cheers, Csaba
Hello FrenchyWeb, Yes, you can synch the subscription plans created directly in Stripe, they will be picked up by WP Full Stripe automatically. Cheers, Csaba
Is it possible to add more than 5 possible input fields? Is a text field the only option? If so, are there future plans to add other field types like radio/checkboxes? Thank you, David
In the process of getting a Stripe license via Non-Profit eligibility https://support.stripe.com/questions/does-stripe-offer-a-fee-discount-for-non-profit-organizations and was wondering if this can also be applied with your Stripe plugin? Thanks.
Hello K2ray, We don't have special pricing for non-profits at the moment. Apologies for that. Regards, Csaba
Hi there. Is there an option to have a form where customer can add a credit card to their account / update payment details?
Hello Masterok, WP Full Stripe does not have a "My Account" page at the moment. The plugin has an add-on called WP Full Stripe Members, using which customers can 1) change subscription plans 2) update credit card data 3) cancel subscriptions. You can find more information here: https://codecanyon.net/item/wp-full-stripe-members-addon-for-wp-full-stripe/9221747 However, WP Full Stripe Members does more than that, and it may or may not be a good fit for you. If you have more questions, you can contact us directly at [email protected] . Cheers, Csaba