At Eventin, you can use “Stripe” as your payment getaways and sale tickets. In this documentation, we will be walking through the following topics.
- Enable and Configure Stripe
- Users view for Stripe payment
- Stripe order details
Enable and Configure Stripe #
In order to enable Stripe, log in to your WordPress admin panel and go to the Eventin dashboard. Then click on the settings and under the general settings tab, you will get the payment option. Click on the payment and enable Stripe. You can not enable both WooCommerce and Stripe together.
- Settings Key: Eventin -> Settings -> General Settings (tab) -> Woo/Purchase Settings -> Stripe
If you want to use it for testing purposes, then click on the test mood toggle, else you are fine to go with the Stripe enable toggle button. Add the public key, secret key and currency. After that save the changes.
Users View for Stripe Payment #
After the save changes of Stripe payment integration, users will see different views for the payment options. While purchasing the tickets, they will see the name and email form on top of the ticket information. And in the next step, after filling up the purchasing information, a pop-up will be open to paying.
This time, the purchaser will not drive to the checkout page. And for the successful payment, they will drive to the thank you page.
Stripe Popup Logo Change #
To change Eventin logo from Stripe popup from we need to set the logo from Eventin admin dashboard Goto Admin Dashboard => Eventin => Settings => General Settings => Woo/Purchase Settings and Follow the Screenshot below
Stripe Order Details #
If any ticket purchaser buys tickets from Strip payment getaways, you can see the order details in the Eventin dashboard. Like WooCommerce order, you can not see the details under products orders options. In order to see Stripe order details, go to Eventin and then Strip orders.