wpFortify for Gravity Forms

Description

wpFortify provides a fast, easy and secure hosted SSL checkout page for Stripe payments.

Safely accept credit cards with Gravity Forms without the need to set up and maintain SSL certificates on your server or worry about PCI compliance.

Benefits & Features

  • Charge credit cards without having to purchase or install a SSL certificate.
  • PCI compliant for all credit card processing, and 256-bit SSL encryption.
  • No set up, or monthly fees.
  • No contracts, cancel anytime.
  • Ability to create custom checkout pages to match your current site.

Fees

Unlike other hosted checkout pages we believe you should keep more of your money.

wpFortify charges a low 5¢ fee per successful charge ( Stripe fee not included ), and all test charges are always free.

Screenshots

  • Gravity Forms main setting screen
  • Forms setting screen
  • wpFortify access keys
  • wpFortify default checkout page

Installation

Minimum Requirements

  • Gravity Forms 1.8.9 or later

Automatic installation

Automatic installation via the WordPress dashboard is the easiest, and fastest option. To do an automatic install of wpFortify for Gravity Forms, log in to your WordPress dashboard, navigate to the Plugins menu and click Add New.

In the search field type “wpFortify for Gravity Forms” and click Search Plugins. Once you’ve found our plugin you can install the plugin by clicking “Install Now”.

Manual installation

Downloading our plugin and upload it to your server via a FTP application or via WordPress dashboard. The WordPress codex contains instructions on how to do this here.

Set up

  1. Connect your Stripe account to wpFortify to get access keys.
  2. On your WordPress dashboard navigate to “Forms -> Settings -> wpFortify (Stripe)”.
  3. Enter your access keys.
  4. Create a new form then navigate to “Form Settings -> wpFortify (Stripe)”.
  5. Enable the gateway, select a product type, and map the required fields.

That’s it!

Updating

Automatic updates should work as normal via your WordPress dashboard.

FAQ

Stripe says SSL (https://) is required on my site?

Nope, when you use the “wpFortify for Gravity Forms” plugin for payments SSL is not required on your site. We take care of all that for you so you don’t have to worry about it.

Do you support subscriptions?

Sorry we currently don’t support subscriptions, but it’s on the short list to add in the future.

Feature Requests & Support

Submit feature requests or support questions to the plugin forum or at wpFortify

Reviews

wpFortify – Well worth the nickel per order!

I was making a site for a non-profit and we wanted to use Stripe, which requires SSL. I went down the path with COMODO until they needed a DUNS number which this singing group did not have… After a few days and a lot of hassle trying to get the certificate issued, I found wpFortify. For 5 cents per order, they provide a super-secure cloud-based conduit to Stripe. I no longer needed the SSL for this singing group and boy, was I happy. It was simple to implement and they even added conditional logic with Gravity Forms for me. This is a great plug-in! It works like a charm, saves the hassle of installing SSL on low transaction servers and, the team behind it is supportive and responsive.

Do not hesitate to download and use wpFortify!

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Contributors & Developers

“wpFortify for Gravity Forms” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

2.3.0

  • Added conditional logic to form settings.

2.2.0

  • Added notification delays.
  • Changed version number format.

0.2.1

  • Added currency SEK.
  • Changed currency ASD to AUD.

0.2.0

  • Feature: Added new custom checkout text for title.
  • Feature: Added new custom checkout text for description.
  • Feature: Added new custom checkout text for payment button.
  • Fix: $iv warning in unmask function.
  • Tweak: Changed identifiers for translate strings.
  • Tweak: Changed callback url.

0.1.0

  • Initial release.