You don’t add credit card fields to your form. Once the entry has been submitted, if there’s something to bill (i.e. a product with a price) then the visitor will be redirected to a Payment Express page to enter their card details. Afterwards, they are redirected back to your website.
Thanks for that.
The form doesn’t direct to the Payment Express page, so I’m guessing the most likely candidate is wrong login credentials to Payment Express?
You need to have a Product field with a price, and you also need to add a feed to your form.
How do I build a form with credit card payments?
- add one or more Product fields or a Total field to your form. The plugin will automatically detect the values assigned to these pricing fields
- add customer name and contact information fields to your form. These fields can be mapped when creating a DPS PxPay feed
- add a DPS PxPay feed, mapping your form fields to DPS PxPay transaction fields
I’m waiting to hear back from DPS with the login credentials. In the meantime, I have a redirect page that creates a post on the Gravity Form side. I think I read somewhere that this can still work along with DPS.
You can delay creating a post with a setting on the feed. Under “Hosted Page Settings”, you’ll find a checkbox for “Create post only when transaction completes”.
But sounds like the form isn’t even trying to submit to Payment Express, so please contact me on my support form so that I can ask you for more details (i.e. not public).
Cheers Ross. I just sent through a message.
Resolved – keys being used were for PxPost, not PxPay.
Yes. I originally googled DPS payment Gravity Forms and this Add On seemed like the only game in town. The author helped me in every possible way and responded fast to emails. So I give this plugin author a 6 out out of 5 if that’s possible.
But the confusion was at DPS level and to be honest, they were hard to work with. I was only given the login credentials with no info on what API it was for. I just assumed the login I was given would just work as I’ve only worked with the likes of PayPal which is simple.
I found a way to make Gravity work with PxPost. It required a couple of plugins. One to make Gravity work with Woocommerce and the other to make Woocommerce use PxPost.
But this PxPay plugin was preferred as it is simple to use and perfect for what the client wanted.
If you are using PxPay, then try this plugin.
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