The Customizable Webcheckout Page is designed to downplay our payment gateway and keep the focus on your business and your products. Your customers will remain engaged with your brand longer and we believe that this will decrease cart abandonment rates and increase sales.
Enabling your Customized Webcheckout Page
- Sign into your Paygol Dashboard.
- Go to the Account section in your dashboard and click on the Customization tab.
- You will then see two drop boxes. The top box is designated for your Logo and the bottom box is designated for your Background image/design.
- Upload an image file to one, or both, of the boxes (please keep in mind the “Max size” restrictions for uploading files).
- Once the images are visible in your dashboard, you can click “Save.” The page will be refreshed and your customized Webcheckout page will be enabled.
Some Things to Consider
- Use the customizable Webcheckout page as an extension of your webshop. Try to maintain the same color scheme and design pattern as your webshop.
- The payment widget will always be located in the center of the Webcheckout page. Try not to use a background image that will be obstructed by the payment widget.
- The Webcheckout page is only seen when using the Webcheckout Integration or using a Paygol Module. The whitelabel checkout and API Integrations are designed to bypass the Webcheckout page.
- Your logo will also be shown for certain payment methods that use printable vouchers (eg. PagoFacil). Convenient for webshops using the whitelabel checkout and API Integrations.
Paygol module for WooCommerce, version 1.3.3
- Log into your WooCommerce admin dashboard.
- There’s 3 ways to install our plugin:
- Go to “Plugins -> Add new”, type on “paygol for woocommerce” in the “Search plugin” field and press “Install Now”. (RECOMMENDED)
- Download the plugin from the Official WordPress Plugins page, click “Upload plugin”, select the file from your computer and press “Install Now”.
- Download the plugin from the Official WordPress Plugins page, open your FTP and extract the plugin’s folder into wp-content/plugins/.
- Go to “Plugins -> Installed Plugins” look for “Paygol plugin for Woocommerce” and press “Activate”.
- Go to “WooCommerce->Settings->Checkout->Paygol” then log into your Paygol Dashboard and go to “Notifications” section, copy the Service ID and Secret Key from your account and paste them into the corresponding fields at the module’s setup page on your WooCommerce.
- Copy the “Payments notification URL (IPN)” from your Paygol’s module setup and paste it into the “IPN URL” field at the “Notifications” section of your Paygol dashboard, then save the changes.
- Click on “Save Changes” in your WooCommerce site.
To test the newly installed module you can enable your service’s test mode at the upper right screen of your dashboard, at Paygol’s website. Be sure to change it back before going live.
- While in test mode, an IPN request (payment notification to your platform) will be issued immediately after each test.
- Payments are usually notified immediately; however, certain payment methods may take longer to confirm the payment (e.g. methods that take a few minutes to notify the transaction, or voucher-based transactions that require the payer to print it in order to pay by cash at a given place). In these cases the product is shown as “Pending payment”, and only once it’s confirmed by the provider will it show as “Processing” (Wich it means that order is paid and waiting to be shipped). We strongly recommend that you inform your customers about this beforehand in order to avoid confusions.