How to Setup and Use the Stripe on Easy Form Builder?
Do you want to collect payments using your WordPress forms?
With our Stripe payment Form, you can provide an easy way for users to submit one-time payments without leaving your site.
In this article, we’ll Learn how to set up Stripe payment with Easy Form Builder.
- Stripe Addons
- Get your Stripe API keys
- Add Stripe Keys to Easy Form Builder
In Easy Form Builder without any extra payment, you can use stripe Addons. all you have to do is that visit the Addons section of Easy Form Builder.
In the next step, All you have to do is to press the install button And your Stripe Addon is ready to use in your forms. It is the easiest way to install the Addon of a plugin in the Universe!!
Get your Stripe API keys
To get your Stripe API keys, first, you need to create your Stripe account Once you’re ready, you can find your Stripe API keys in your Stripe account’s dashboard. If you’re not the account’s owner and cannot see the Stripe API keys, you probably don’t have access to them. In this case, make sure to contact the account’s owner to obtain an administrator or developer role to gain access. Once you’ve proper access, follow these steps: Sign in to your Stripe account. In your Dashboard, click “Developers”, then “API keys”. On the “API keys” page, you can find your publishable and secret keys under “Standard keys”. However, to reveal your secret key, click the “Reveal live key” button. Test payments are called “Test mode” and actual payments are called “Live mode” in your Stripe account. To switch between these two, click the “Viewing test data” toggle in the menu. Please note that each mode has different keys.
Find a short video below on how to obtain your test and live API keys: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxpgwkiA5OM&ab_channel=KorinIverson If you need further assistance on how to configure and test your Stripe API keys, you can find more information in the Stripe Docs or the Stripe API Reference or Stripe API keys
Add Stripe Keys to Easy Form Builder
Requirements: You will need a (Pro license level) to access the Stripe payment. Also, Stripe requires your site to have SSL (HTTPS) enabled on the page where you’re adding a live payment form, as this allows you to securely send credit card data to Stripe.
Once you have copied your Public Key and Secret key, you have to insert those keys in the Easy Form Builder in the panel » setting » payment.
It’s done. And your stripe payment is ready to use in your forms. What more do you expect? Harry up, start with Easy Form Builder right now!