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  • Stripe

    The Stripe payment gateway for WooCommerce lets you accept payments directly onsite, and includes the option to offer express checkouts (such as Apple Pay and Google Pay), iDeal, SEPA, SOFORT, and more international payment methods. Download it now at WordPress.org or via the “Add New” option under Plugins on your site. For full details of […]

  • Stripe: Fixing customer errors

    Note: This is a Developer level doc provided as guidance. We are unable to dispense advice or review code under our Support Policy. Cleaning the database after account changes Whenever the Stripe.com account keys (Publishable API Key and/or Secret API Key) get changed, a database cleanup might be required. The gateway stores various identifiers (customer, […]

  • Stripe: Styling credit card fields

    The Stripe payment gateway for WooCommerce uses Stripe Elements to display credit card fields on your checkout page. This gives you the flexibility to customize your checkout experience by styling the credit card fields according to your theme and preferences. All fields are displayed within <iframe> elements to provide a secure experience for customers. Because […]

  • Support Ending for Stripe Modal Checkout

    The Stripe extension is here to stay, but in the 4.2.0 release, some functionality is changing. Read on for more information. As part of work getting the Stripe extension ready for Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) (WooCommerce.com blog post), we’ve been busy incorporating Stripe’s new Payment Intents feature into the extension. Payment Intents provides a robust […]

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