Support » Plugin: WooCommerce PayPal Pro Payment Gateway » Credit Card Payment “Credit Card Logos Images”

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  • I would like the credit card option field to say on check out page: Credit Card [LOGO IMAGES HERE]

    Looking forward to your reply

    Plugin Support mbrsolution

    (@mbrsolution)

    Hi, thank you for contacting us. I have submitted a message to the developers to investigate further your request.

    Kind regards

    Thanks so much! So it will have text then an image next to it.

    Credit Card Payment (Logo image of cards)

    Plugin Author wp.insider

    (@wpinsider-1)

    I have just released an updated version where it will show a credit card logo next to the radio selection button.

    You can also use a custom version of the logo/image by using the following filter:

    wcpprog_checkout_icon

    Example snippet of code below (this code hasn’t been tested, it is only to demonstrate how the filter can be used):

    
    function change_the_checkout_logo_image($image_url){
        $image_url = 'https://example.com/my-logo.jpg;
        return $image_url;
    }
    add_filter('wcpprog_checkout_icon', 'change_the_checkout_logo_image');
    
    • This reply was modified 3 months, 1 week ago by wp.insider.

    Hi and thank you so much! I am getting an error…

    Your PHP code changes were rolled back due to an error on line 46 of file wp-content/themes/salient-child/functions.php. Please fix and try saving again.

    syntax error, unexpected ‘wcpprog_checkout_icon’ (T_STRING)

    ————-

    function change_the_checkout_logo_image($image_url){
    $image_url = ‘/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/credit-card-logos-png-1.png;
    return $image_url;
    }
    add_filter(‘wcpprog_checkout_icon’, ‘change_the_checkout_logo_image’);

    ?>

    Do I need to use the new plugin?

    Plugin Author wp.insider

    (@wpinsider-1)

    Yes, that filter is only available in the new version. So please upgrade it.

    Your image URL looks wrong. A URL value must contain the “https” keyword in there. So for example the following would be a valid URL:

    https://example.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/credit-card-logos-png-1.png

    Also, the code has a little mistake. It is missing a quote at the end. Below is a corrected code sample:

    
    function change_the_checkout_logo_image($image_url){
    $image_url = 'https://example.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/credit-card-logos-png-1.png';
    return $image_url;
    }
    add_filter('wcpprog_checkout_icon', 'change_the_checkout_logo_image');
    
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