Setting up the Payment Page WordPress Plugin
Once the plugin has been properly installed and activated, you'll be directed to the following setup steps, which are currently the same as the settings area.
Here's a video on how to set up Payment Page in less than 60 seconds!

Step 1: Connect your Payment Gateway

Currently, Stripe is the only supported payment gateway, but we have big plan to add others in the near future. Please add/vote for your features on our Roadmap.
Click the Stripe button to connect Stripe in either Test or Live mode. Each mode must be connected to Stripe separately.
Once you've connected your payment gateway, you can select a template.

Step 2: Select a Template

There are free and paid templates included with Payment Page. Templates all require Elementor to be installed at this point in time. We may support other page builders later.
If you're on the free plan, you'll see the Upgrade button on the rest of the templates that require one of our paid plans.
Select a template of your choice. The free version of Elementor will be automatically installed and activated once you click "Install".

Step 3: Customize your Payment Page

At the top right corner, click the blue box with the pen icon to start customizing your Payment Page settings with the powerful Elementor Widget.
Start editing and designing your payment form - pick from Content, Style, or Advanced tabs in the upper left corner.
* Please note that subscription payments are only available in the paid plugin version.

Step 4: Publish your Payment Page

After customizing your payment page, click on the green button on the lower left side to "Publish" or "Update" changes.
On the upper left corner, click on the three horizontal lines, and go to "View Page" to see your published Payment Page.
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