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Here is the Quick Setup process for the Payment Page WordPress plugin. We've broken down the steps in detail so you know what everything does.
Currently, Stripe and PayPal are supported, so you can connect either of those payment gateways by clicking the corresponding buttons (#2 in screenshot).
Payment Page Quick Setup
You can switch to LIVE and TEST modes at any time. The switchers control LIVE and TEST modes globally for all payment forms on your site (#3 in screenshot).
Payment Gateways must be connected in LIVE and TEST modes independently.
Once you've connected your payment gateway in both LIVE and TEST modes, be sure to activate all the relevant payment methods you want to use. Click to expand the payment methods section (#4 in screenshot), and check the boxes next to each payment method (#5 in screenshot).
Activating Payment Methods
After you've finished connecting the payment gateway, the next step is to Select a Template.
If you don't have Elementor installed, the free version of Elementor will be automatically installed and activated once you click Install Elementor Now.
Select a Template - Install Elementor Now
Next, click "Import" to import your preferred template and start editing, or click "Upgrade" to access the paid templates. The green checkmark indicates that Elementor is installed.
Importing a Template
Start editing and designing your payment form by selecting the Content, Style, or Advanced tabs in the upper left corner (#7 in screenshot).
Customizing a Payment Page
After customizing your payment page, click on the green button on the lower left side to "Publish" or "Update" changes (#8 in screenshot).
On the upper left corner, click on the three horizontal lines, and go to "View Page" to see your published Payment Page (#9 in screenshot).
Viewing Published Page in Elementor
Read more to learn about the customization options and features available with Payment Page.