I have recently begun accepting credit cards using Stripe on one of my eCommerce websites and I couldn’t be happier with it – If you are not aware, Stripe is a payment processor which allows you to accept one-off Credit Card payments and recurring billing subscriptions with minimal fuss. It deposits funds into your bank account daily, is available now in 18 countries and has a beautiful, easy to use interface. Fees are reasonable and easy to understand – 2.9% + 30c charge on each successful transaction. They have clean APIs for curl, Ruby, Python, PHP, Java, Node and Go which make it easy for developers to integrate into websites and apps. The checkout form is clean and well designed : In this WooCommerce Stripe Tutorial I will walk you through how to setup SSL on your WordPress site ( a requirement for Stripe) and integrate Stripe with WooCommerce using a free plugin. How to Setup SSL for your WordPress Site To use Stripe on your website you must be using SSL, this is essential nowdays for eCommerce sites anyway and probably good for all sites as Google have started using it as a ranking signal. You will need to purchase an SSL certificate which some in two types – A domain validation
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