Extends WooCommerce giving you the option to display accepted payment methods via widget, shortcode or template tag.
Works perfectly on the websites that I am using this plugin.
Was perfect. Just the size of the payment options are not equal size. Should be same size. Overall anyways is good. Thank you to the developer.
It seems I misunderstand the function of this plugin...
I thought it displays the accepted payment methods, but it does not!
The plugins just extends the WooCommerce payment options with a setting to display payment icons, which the creator thought to be useful, indepedent from your shop settings.
So this plugin is only useful if you only accept the follwing payment menthods: American Express, Bitcoin, BTC, Discover, Google, Maestro,
MasterCard, MasterCard, PayPal, Visa.
Additional Methods have to be requested.
really good and easy to use plugin ...
I have added payment accepted image in my footer of the site anyone can see that on http://www.sugapple.com.
just install the plugin and the widget in footer so easy and great but dont forget to choose the setting from woocommerce- checkout tab
would be great if add Amazon and giving option to add more since it keeps on changing payment options
Unfortunately it half works, the images are all cut off (which is a common problem I see on the help forum). i guess it's theme dependent, but this issue has been going on long enough for it to be resolved.
great idea, just doesn't work very well
can you add Amazon Payments?
I really like the idea of this plugin, but unfortunately it doesn't work.
Or maybe it does, but doesn't for me. I think it is very theme dependent. It will either work with your theme or it will not.
I went through the support forum and found a few similar cases to mine. Big part of each icon is cut off in my theme. James reckons everything works well in his theme, so that's why I get the impression that it depends on the theme you have installed if your payment icons will display correctly or not.
Either way, I am giving 1 star out of 5. Great idea, but from the forums I believe that James knows that the bug is there for several months now, but I see no intention of fixing it ..
Like the style incorporated in this plugin, looks good even on retina display.
To reduce HTTP requests it is recommended to add CSS sprites to you themes style sheet.
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