With Simplylearn you can receive payments through PayPal and Stripe. We would recommend at least adding Stripe as a payment solution as this allows your customers to pay by credit card.
Setting up Stripe can be a complicated process. If you want us at Simplylearn to set this up for you, reach out to us.
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If you don’t have a Stripe account, navigate to stripe.com and follow the instructions for registering a new account. Once your account is set up, you can navigate to dashboard.stripe.com to access all of your account settings.
First off, you need to access the Stripe settings in your Simplylearn platform. Go to Simplylearn –> Settings –> Stripe settings. In this article, these settings are defined as the Simplylearn Stripe settings.
In this article, we will explain the settings and instruct you on how to set Stripe up on your LMS.
There are two ways you can set up the LearnDash Stripe integration: test mode or live mode.
There are two different sets of keys, depending on which mode you’re using. In your Stripe dashboard, you will get the option to choose if you want to view test or live data.
There are two options for integration type: Legacy Checkout or Checkout (Support SCA).
Legacy Checkout captures customer payments in a light-box popup checkout form on your website.
Checkout (Support SCA) captures customer payments in a checkout form hosted on the Stripe website. This is to comply with the European PSD2 regulation.
You need to collect these keys from your Stripe account.
You only need to care about webhooks and endpoints if you are using the Checkout (Support SCA) integration.
ADD A STRIPE WEBHOOK
INSERT THE ENDPOINT SECRET
Now that your new webhook is created and enabled, the last thing you need to do is to retrieve your Endpoint Secret so that you can add it to the Simplylearn-Stripe integration settings.
You need to set the 3-letter ISO code for the currency you want to use.
See Stripe’s list of supported currencies & ISO codes here.
By default, Credit Card is selected and is what most people will use.
There is also the option to accept iDEAL Payments instead, or to offer both options (Credit Card & iDEAL) upon checkout.
If no return URL is provided, the user will remain on the course page after their transaction is processed.
But you can choose to send the user to a confirmation page instead. This can be a page you create on your site, with WordPress, a page builder, etc. Or even a page on a completely different domain. It’s entirely up to you.
Enter the full URL, beginning with https://.
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