Support » Plugin: myCRED » Force HTTPS (SSL) for myCred Stripe Addon

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  • Plugin Author Gabriel

    (@designbymerovingi)

    Hi.

    If you are referring to the “Checkout” page where payments are made, this is done on the same page where you have the buy form but in a closed environment in order to minimize the risk of conflicts with third party plugins or your theme. Basically the buy request is sent to the same page and intercepted by myCRE. Once intercepted and validated, the “Checkout” page is loaded before your theme causing the custom page layout.

    One thing you could do would be to look at the form that myCRED creates when a users selects to buy points and create your own form which then re-directs to a https page.

    Where can I find the form the myCRED creates?

    Plugin Author Gabriel

    (@designbymerovingi)

    You can have a look at the mycred-abstract-payment-gateway.php file which is located in mycred/addons/buy-creds/abstracts/.

    You would be using the form_with_redirect function for gateways that redirect to an external processor i.e. PayPal or Skrill.

    Got it to work. Thanks for leading me to that file path.

    Plugin Author Gabriel

    (@designbymerovingi)

    Excellent news!

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