WooPayments: Compatibility

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WordPress and WooCommerce are both very extensible. Similarly, WooPayments should work well with most stores and most other plugins. The documents below provide greater detail on some specific compatibility scenarios.

Country availability

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WooPayments is available to merchants in this list of countries. Provided your business is based in one of those countries, you can accept payments from customers located anywhere in the world.

Stripe compatibility

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One of the benefits of using WooPayments is that we provide access to your store’s information (such as transactions and deposits) right inside the WordPress admin area. As such, WooPayments merchants do not have access to the full Stripe dashboard.

Having said that, we do have a Stripe extension that integrates with regular Stripe accounts. This document explains the differences between that extension and WooPayments, and you can also use both if you wish.

Plugin compatibility

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In some cases, WooPayments will flag incompatibilities for you on the Payments > Settings page. For example, if you have another plugin that customizes the checkout form fields (which can cause issues with Apple Pay and Google Pay) or if you have multiple plugins adding a similar payment method.

Theme compatibility

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Themes that are compatible with WooCommerce will almost always work just fine with WooPayments. The themes we sell in our Marketplace are of course compatible.

If you need to test whether an issue is being caused by your theme, you can install and activate our free Storefront theme. Storefront works perfectly with WooPayments. Thus, if the issue does not occur while using Storefront, your original theme is likely to be the cause.

Frequently asked questions

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