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WP Stripe

Description

Introduction

WP Stripe is a plugin designed to handle single payments using Stripe, a refreshing and accessible alternative to PayPal. This is particularly awesome for charities, non-profit organizations and other websites accepting smaller payments where transaction fees are unnecessarily high (no setup or monthly fees either).

Will it work on my Theme?

Yes! WP-Stripe features an inline form or pop-up modal so that it can fit any theme. There’s also a simple option to turn off the default CSS so that you can customize it yourself.

Features

This plugin allows you to do a number of things (see screenshots too):

  • Add a Donation/Payment Form via Shortcode or Template insert
  • Add a Widget showing Recent Donations/Payments (using Gravatars)
  • View latest Donations/Payments in a Widget (donors can opt-in/opt-out).
  • View latest Donations/Payments in a WP-Admin (makes use of custom post types to store transactions without sensitive data, see FAQ for more information).

Using SSL (Important)

In order to process transactions in a secure manner, you need to purchase an SSL Certificate. This way consumers can purchase/donate with confidence. There are multiple plugins for then enforcing that SSL be used on your page, here’s one.

Stripe Limitations

Stripe is available in a number of countries, check here to see if your country is supported.

Updates

Follow us for updates at @humanmadeltd

Feedback & Bugs

As this is a new plugin, there are likely to be a few issues. Kindly post any issues, questions or suggestions on the WP-Stripe forums .

Screenshots

  • Payment Form
  • Payments Overview
  • Recent Payments Widget (largely unstyled, shows recent donations of users who opted-in)

Installation

WP Stripe can be used by either calling up a simple shortcode or adding the function to your template as below:

  1. Upload the folder wp-stripe to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Go to Settings -> WP Stripe and add your API Keys (for both Test & Live)
  4. Place [wp-stripe] in your content or <?php wp_stripe_form(); ?> in your template.
  5. Add the Stripe - Recent widget to show recent payments/donations.

IMPORTANT (SSL)

In order to process transactions in a secure manner, you need to purchase an SSL Certificate. This way consumers can purchase/donate with confidence. There are multiple plugins for then enforcing that SSL be used on your page, here’s one.

FAQ

How does WP Stripe work ?

WP Stripe uses a simple to add form to capture person & payment details. Credit card information is then passed to the Stripe servers in the form of a token, increasing security and hindering duplication.

What information does WP Stripe store?

WP Stripe DOES store basic transaction data (Transaction ID, Amounts & User Data that was voluntarily provided by the donor).

WP Stripe DOES NOT store credit card information. Upon form submission, a token is generated by stripe.js and passed through POST and then on to the stripe servers, that is the extent of it.

Does WP Stripe offer a shopping cart module?

WP Stripe is not intended to be used as an e-commerce solution, but rather to handle single payments and donations.

Does WP Stripe offer any actions or filters?

Actions

  • wp_stripe_post_successful_charge (after a successful charge and saving to WP)
  • wp_stripe_post_fail_charge (after a failed charge, for whatever reason)

Filter

  • wp_stripe_filter_form(to filter/edit the content of the form)

Contributors & Developers

“WP Stripe” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Translate “WP Stripe” into your language.

Interested in development?

Browse the code or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

1.5

  • Tested for latest versions of WordPress & Stripe
  • Various security fixes/enhancements
  • Fixed UI bugs within WP-Admin
  • Update to latest version of Stripe PHP library
  • Updated ReadMe

1.4.7

  • Added admin option for other currencies supported by Stripe
  • Fixed issue with commas in amount (e.g. $1,000)

1.4.6

  • Added Actions & Filters (for successful/failed charges and form output). Will allow you to add functions such as confirmation e-mails.
  • Fixed bug with comments/widget
  • Updated Stripe PHP

1.4.5

  • Enhanced description sent to Stripe to include e-mail
  • Moved widget quotes to CSS (as opposed to being hardcoded)
  • Put in safeguard to strip out any ‘$’ symbols dropped in from end-user (for amount field)
  • Added conditional to only show “Display on Website” if widget is also ticked

1.4.4

  • Fix for deprecated charge/amount
  • Fix for American Express CVC

1.4.3

  • Fix issue where Stripe php class is conflicting
  • Fix z-index issue

1.4.2

  • AJAX Fix

1.4.1

  • Security Fix
  • SSL Option for Modal
  • Updated Stripe PHP
  • Ability to page through transactions (i.e. next/previous page, not limited to 50 anymore)

1.4.0

  • Updated Stripe PHP
  • Tested for WordPress 3.4
  • Optimized/Refactored jQuery
  • Replaced standard POST submission through AJAX (no more page switches)
  • Enhanced form to use HTML5 form UI elements that are built within browsers (i.e. required, autofocus, maxlength, etc.)
  • Validates as HTML5
  • Added NONCE security check
  • Cleaned up iFrame, provided proper headers

1.3.3

  • Updated Stripe PHP
  • Allow button shortcode anywhere on website (as opposed to only on page)
  • Better submit state
  • Notification Fix

1.3.2

  • Remove function

1.3.1

  • Quick fix for sites running older PHP

1.3

  • Added Pop-up / Modal Box for making a payment (better plug & play), you can still use the inline form with [wp-legacy-stripe]
  • Added cards accepted below button, to disable use [wp-stripe cards="false"]
  • Simple Form Validation
  • “Submit Payment” button is replaced with spinner onclick (avoids multiple clicks)
  • Added Button on transactions page to delete all Test transactions
  • Added Name of person paying to Stripe charge
  • Fix: Issue with Shortcode bumping to the top of a page
  • Fix : CSS Hardening of Form (to make it more compatible with your theme)

1.2

  • Small fix

1.1

  • Few ReadMe Tweaks

1.0

  • Initial Release
  • Added Stripe Payment Form
  • Added Stripe Recent Donations Widget (users can opt-in/out)
  • Added Stripe Transaction Overview in WP-Admin