Overview ↑ Back to top
WooCommerce Skrill integrates your WooCommerce store with Skrill’s secure payment processing. You can choose to either send customers to Skrill’s pay page for payments, or to iframe this page on your site so that customers don’t feel as if they’ve left your store. Since the customer’s payment is routed through Skrill’s securely hosted pay page, a valid SSL certificate is not required.
To learn more about payment options through Skrill, refer to their “Payment Options” page here: https://www.skrill.com/en/business/features/payment-options/
Installation ↑ Back to top
- Download the extension from your dashboard
- Go to Plugins > Add New > Upload and select the ZIP file you just downloaded
- Click Install Now, and then Activate
- Go to WooCommerce > Settings > Checkout > Skrill and read the next section to learn how to setup and configure the plugin.
Setup and Configuration ↑ Back to top
Skrill is very easy to set up, but you’ll need some information from your Skrill account. First, log in to your Skrill account and get your merchant ID number. This will be on the top right of every screen while you’re logged in. You’ll also need to enter your account email in the extension settings.
You’ll also need your account secret word. If you don’t have one set already, go to Settings > Developer Settings and create a secret word:
That’s all you’ll need from Skrill to get started! You can then configure the extension from WooCommerce > Settings > Checkout > Skrill.
Extension Settings ↑ Back to top
- Enable/Disable – This will enable the gateway to be used by customers to checkout.
- Use Sandbox – Enable sandbox if you want to post your checkout data to the sandbox testing processor. You do not need to do this to use testing credit card numbers.
- Skrill Merchant ID – Enter your Skrill merchant ID (see above to get this).
- Skrill Merchant email – Enter your Skrill merchant email (see above to get this) – this the email used to log into your Skrill account, as this is what is passed to Skrill telling them what account should receive the payment.
- Secret Word – Enter the secret word you setup in your Skrill account (see above for help). This is used to calculate the MD5 hash of payments, so it’s very important that enter this correctly.
- Status Emails – Enter an email if you would like to receive status emails of payments from Skrill. Leave this blank to disable.
- Title – This is the text shown for the payment during checkout and on the Order Received page.
- Description – This is the text shown under the title during checkout. Limited HTML is allowed.
- Description of Payment – Enter a short description of the payment or a short description of your store. This will be passed to Skrill with the order information.
- IFrame – Enable this to integrate Skrill using an iframe on the pay page instead of a form, which will appear to keep customers on your site rather than redirecting them to Skrill’s hosted pay form.
- Dynamic Descriptor – Enter the merchant name that will show up on your customers’ statements (up to 100 characters).
- Instructions – The receipt page in WooCommerce will automatically post the hidden form and forward to Skrill; however if this does not happen, the instructions in the “Instructions” box will appear above the submit button on the receipt page.
- Logo URL – If you would like to co-brand the Skrill checkout process, enter a logo URL in the “Logo URL” text box. The size must be 200px by 50px max. Leave blank to disable.