We’ve been working with 2 top-notch WordPress devs (WebDevStudios for PayPal Pro and Justin Sainton for Authorize.Net) to bring you these new payment gateways for Exchange. By partnering with a select group of trusted third-party developers, we hope to extend Exchange and offer you new add-ons more quickly.
With the PayPal Pro Add-On, you can process credit cards directly from your Exchange store via PayPal Pro. Instead of sending customers offsite to PayPal to process their payment, the PayPal Pro Add-on adds a credit card input to your checkout process. When a customer clicks to purchase, it will display the credit card input.
To get started accepting payments with PayPal Pro & Exchange, visit the PayPal Pro Add-on settings page and enter your PayPal Pro API username, password and signature. Choose from PayPal’s transaction sale methods: authorize and capture the payment, charge the total to the credit card or authorize the payment amount and capture that amount via PayPal Pro’s admin later.
The PayPal Pro add-on lets you enable or disable PayPal Pro Sandbox Mode for testing your payments. And just like our other payment options, you can change the “Purchase” button text to whatever you want like “Pay with Card” or “Pay Like a Pro.” These two add-ons were developed by our trusted friends
If you’re an Authorize.Net user, you can now process payments for your Exchange store with the Authorize.Net Add-on.
To get Authorize.net set up for use with Exchange, you’ll need to add your API Login ID and Transaction Key from your Authorize.Net account. From the Authorize.Net Settings page in Exchange, you can also edit the purchase label button and enable test mode, too.
With the Authorize.Net Add-On, you can also accept credit cards directly from your Exchange store. Instead of sending customers offsite to Authorize.Net to process their payment, the Authorize.Net Add-on adds a credit card input to your checkout process. When a customer clicks to purchase, it will display the credit card input.