Support » Plugin: Stripe Payments for WordPress - WP Simple Pay » No button appearing on redirect page

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  • Plugin Author Phil Derksen

    (@pderksen)

    You can add the attribute success_redirect_url=”http://myurl.com” to both stripe shortcodes. If you add it to the 2nd Stripe checkout page as a custom URL, does that help?

    Plugin Author Nick Young

    (@nickyoung87)

    @kaboomer

    This is actually not a bug in the code as it is working as intended, but more so something that got overlooked in testing.

    I have emailed Phil and we are working on discussing a better design solution for this particular instance.

    What is happening is that the page checks for the existence of the query string payment and success before it shows the Stripe Checkout button. What happens is that if those query args are found in the URL then the button is told not to be displayed.

    I will update you when we come to a solution.

    Let me know if I can help you out any further until we can get this patched up.

    Thanks

    Thanks, Phil.

    I’m pretty sure I’m already using that. Here’s the code I’m putting into my page:

    [stripe name=”Radio Nowhere” description=”Spin the Dial! – $20″ amount=”2000″ image_url=”http://www.radionowhere.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/radionowhere-imfrontcover-square-500.jpg” payment_button_label=”I want this!” checkout_button_label=”I want this!” billing=”true” shipping=”true” success_redirect_url=”http://www.radionowhere.net/spin/”]

    Am I doing something wrong here?

    Ah – just saw your post, Nick – thanks. So you’re saying that, as of now, what I’m trying to do just won’t work? No workaround?

    Plugin Author Nick Young

    (@nickyoung87)

    Nothing that I can think of right now without actually modifying the plugin code itself.

    There is a filter called sc_redirect but right now the way it is setup I don’t think it will work currently the way it is setup. And also modifying that alone right now (if it were to work), would make the success message go away so I’m not too sure if that’s ideal.

    If I can think of anything else that would make this possible for you with the current release then I will be sure to let you know.

    OK – thx, Nick.

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