Paygol module for WooCommerce v1.3


About this module

Requires at least: 3.7.0
Tested up to: 4.7.5
License: GPLv2
License URI: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html


  • Download our  WooCommerce module.
  • You’ll need a working WordPress installation using the WooCommerce plugin (tested on versions 2.3.0 up to 3.0.7).
  • Create a Paygol account at https://secure.paygol.com/signup, then create an “Integrated” type service at https://secure.paygol.com/service-setup.
  • Go to “Plugins -> Add new“, search for the Paygol plugin in the WordPress Plugin Directory then click “Install now“.
    You can also click “Upload plugin” to manually upload the plugins’ zip file, after which it will be installed automatically.
    If for any reason this fails, you can also manually extract the plugin’s folder into wp-content/plugins/.
  • In your WordPress plugins panel, activate the Paygol plugin.
  • Go to the checkout configuration and proceed to configure the plugin:
    -The text fields contain the text that will be used during the checkout process.
    – The Service ID and Secret key can be found near your service’s name at “My Services“, at your Paygol panel.
    -Paste the provided IPN URL into the “Background URL (IPN)” setting at your service’s configuration at your Paygol panel (click the pencil icon at “My Services” to edit your service).



  • New release, tested with WordPress 3.7.0 up to 4.7.5, and WooCommerce 2.3.0 up to 3.0.7
  • Added validation for payment notifications.


  • New release, tested with WordPress 3.7.0 up to 4.7.3, and WooCommerce 2.3.0 up to 2.6.14.
  • Updated with new logo.


  • New release, tested with WordPress 3.7.0 up to 4.6.1, and WooCommerce 2.3.0 up to 2.6.7.


  • Initial release.

Recommendations and important notes

  • Test your service by enabling test mode on your service (the Enabled/Testing button at “My Services“, at the Paygol panel). Be sure to change it back to “Enabled” once you are done testing.
  • Some payment methods provided by Paygol (such as credit card payments) will confirm the payment immediately, so the payer will see the payment status as “Completed“. However, other payment methods (such as local cash payment services) may take longer to confirm the payment. In these cases the payer will see the status “Processing“. After the payment is confirmed by the local payments provider, the status will internally be updated to “Completed“. Depending on your specific needs, you may want to use the “Hold Stock” WooCommerce setting if you need to make sure that stock is available for payments that are not notified immediately.