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ChargeBee

The best recurring billing experience with paywall functionality to control accesss to webpage content on your WordPress site using ChargeBee's s

Plugin Installation

  1. Download the latest version of the plugin, unzip the file on your computer and then upload it to your WordPress Plugin directory(/wp-content/plugins directory).
  2. In your WordPress admin console, activate ChargeBee in the "Plugins" section.

Once the ChargeBee plugin is activated, it will appear on the menu bar.

Note: You can also install the plugin directly through your WordPress admin console. Go to the "Plugins" section, select "Add New", search for "ChargeBee" and then activate it.

Plugin Setup

  1. A ChargeBee account. Signup for a free trial if you don't have one.
  2. Configure your ChargeBee site name, API key and default plan.
  3. Copy the webhook and "Return & Cancel" URLs from WordPress and configure them in ChargeBee.

Save your changes to complete the setup.

You can restrict access to posts by specifying a plan for them, making it available only for users that are on the specified plan.

  1. Go to "Posts" in WordPress and select the post you want to restrict access to.
  2. Use the "ChargeBee Access Control" section located at the bottom of the post to specify which plans have access to that specific post.
  3. Update your changes.

Plan Upgrade Page

You can use the plugin's default plan listing page to upgrade to a specific plan to view the restricted content. If users do not already have a valid credit card in ChargeBee, during upgrade they will directed to ChargeBee's hosted checkout page to complete the upgrade.

Customer Portal Page

ChargeBee's customer portal can also be linked to your WordPress site to allow users to view and update their account and payment information as well as view past invoices.

Compatible up to: 3.8.3
Last Updated: 2014-7-2
Downloads: 313

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