Make your WP Fundraising payment method easy with Woocommerce payments set up. we are proving so many options for payment including Cash on Delivery, Direct Bank Transfer, Check payments, PayPal, Stripe and many more.
Step:1: Go to WP Fundraising => Settings=> Payment method
PayPal is basically a worldwide online money transfer system. By using PayPal payment gateway for your default payment will make your money transaction easy. Here is the step by step process that how you can set up PayPal for your payment.
Step->1: Enable PayPal payment to pay via PayPal method=> Set Up
Step->2: Click on Set Up
Step=>3: CheckBox Enable PayPal Standard
To get Identify token, Go to URL : https://www.paypal.com/us/signin
Step->1: Create a PayPal Business account
Step->2: Access your PayPal dashboard, then navigate to Settings-> Account Settings
Step->3: Website payments. Tap the Update link next to the Website preferences option.Tap the Update link next to the Website preferences option.
Step->4: Enable the Auto return for website payments, then add your store’s thank you page link in the Return URL field.
Step->5: Enable the Payment data transfer as well. The identity token should appear at the bottom of the section.
Step->6: Invoice prefix — if you connect the PayPal account to multiple stores, you can add a combination of letters and numbers to help you differentiate your invoices.
Once done, click Save Changes.
Step=>1: To checkout, we need to go to browser.
Step=>2: Put your Paypal Email and Password and login to your account
Step=>2: Choose your credit card from the list and click Continue button
Step=>3: Pay the donation with Pay Now button
Step=>4: The donation gets Paid
Step=>5: Click On Return to Merchant
Step=>6: Now go to Wp_Fundraising=> Go at bottom of the created Campaign=> Recent Donation List=>In Process=> Action=>Make Pending to Success=> Update
You can check your campaign donation in the back-end.
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