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  • #24130
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    Andre
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    Installed an SSL certificate ($9/yr) today and got credit card payment processing running today. It’s beautiful. Just a small credit card payment box on the checkout page and the customer won’t leave your website anymore.

    The name of the plugin is “Stripe Payment Gateway WooCommerce AddOn”. You’ll need a free stripe.com account and an active SSL certificate (https) on your site. The plugin might need a few code adjustments depending on the settings you’re using with WooCommerce and Symbiostock (if you allow guest purchases and if you have purchases without address information enabled). I’ll happy to help if needed.

    Feel free to add something to your cart and go to “checkout” if you want to see how it looks like at http://picturebreeze.com .

    #25593
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    Raghavendra
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    Hi,

    Its not yet worked for India. I’m not able to validate my stripe account, It’s nice, if its working here. But no luck for me. Can you please suggest me for a good Payment gateway which I can easily intgrate in my website for Credit Card Payment. TIA

    #26424
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    kennykiernan
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    Hey Andre and everyone – I’m getting site crashes and purchase links that don’t download when I use the Stripe plugin and a customer checks out as Guest (without setting up an account and providing an address), there’s a documented issue (https://wordpress.org/support/topic/must-have-at-least-one-lettererror-message?replies=10#post-8318395).

    I got a plugin tech guy to help me on that end but it’s still crashing and he says it’s gotta be Bluehost’s fault because they don’t have my SSL running on Apache, which he says should work.

    Andre, are you having this same problem, or can people checkout as Guest with credit card on your site with no issues? Are you using Bluehost for hosting, or someone else? I’m thinking of switching – Bluehost has given me lots of trouble over the years, I don’t understand why everyone seems to recommend them online.

    Please advise, thanks!

    Kenny Kiernan
    https://www.clipartman.com

    #26432
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    Andre
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    Yes, I’m using that plugin and it works fine (checkout by credit card without registration). Had to alter the code to remove the required shipping address though. But I’ve contacted the plugin creator an he sent me the altered plugin code within 24 hours.

    I’ve used Bluehost for about two weeks but cancelled their service after unreliable performance and tech issues. Would never ever go back to Bluehost. I’m completely with all my websites on all-inkl.com (German host). World class, IMO.

    #26434

    Hi, Its not yet worked for India. I’m not able to validate my stripe account, It’s nice, if its working here. But no luck for me. Can you please suggest me for a good Payment gateway which I can easily intgrate in my website for Credit Card Payment. TIA

    I am now using paypal. If you client does not have a paypal account, major credit card is ok.

    #26443
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    George Sheldon
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    Kenny,

    I tried Bluehost – and it did not work for me I ended up at Hostgator. Working fine for me.  You can’t run the CRON job more than once every 15 minutes – part of their  TOS – unless you have your own virtual server.

    I also use Paypal. I don;t maintain a seperate merchant account.

     

    George

    #26445
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    kennykiernan
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    Hey guys, thanks for the input —

    For the record, the Stripe Woocommerce Addon now appears to be working properly after having deleted the Stripe, Wocoomerce and Symbiostock plugins, then reinstalling them again and having the Stripe Addon author tweak code again for me like Andre did.

    This is a huge relief. I almost canceled by Bluehost account but we got this to work, so for now I’m just gonna leave it. But yes I think we can all agree that Bluehost is a pain to deal with.

    Kenny Kiernan
    https://www.clipartman.com

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