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Can you please give an example so I can understand the question better? Do you have a page where I can go and see what you mean?June 15, 2022 at 4:47 am in reply to: asp_stripe_payment_completed data is subscription obj rather than charge obj #4589
For subscription payments the charge is processed differently than one time payments. For subscriptions, that subscription object is the main object.
you can make API calls to Stripe API with the Subscription ID (example: sub_1LAY1vIypMs78IJNtxP5bPXt) and retrieve various details that is associated with that subscription.
Coding related customization is beyond the scope of this standard support forum. If you need to hire some developer time, you can contact us for a custom development job.
#1) The most common cause of this is incorrect API details for the captcha feature (if captcha was enabled). So double check the captcha documentation and verify that the correct information was entered.
#2) The 2nd most common cause is page caching. Please empty any caching on your site. You can try to exclude the page (containing the payment button) from caching.
#3) The next item to check is to make sure there is no conflict happening on this site:
Please post the URL of the page containing the payment button so I can see it in my browser. That can help me find some clues about the issue on your site.
This is only happening with Afterpay Clearpay payment option correct?
It is a conflict related issue. So I will need to check more setup specific data for that Afterpay addon to see if it can give me any clues as to what kind of conflict is happening on this site. I will send you an email.
Please go through the following checklist items and check them one by one to make sure all the setup is correct with the subscription related setup.
Checklist #1) Subscription plans cannot be interchanged between “live” and “test” mode.
If you have changed between “live” and “test” mode, then make sure to create a new subscription plan in the mode that you are currently using and then use that plan to create a new subscription product.
If you created a subscription plan in “test” mode, then later just changing the mode in the settings won’t be enough. The subscription plan is created in your Stripe account which doesn’t change automatically. So a NEW subscription plan needs to be created in “live” mode and then use that plan in the product.
Checklist #2) Go to the settings menu of the Stripe payments plugin and check the API key section. Make sure to copy and paste all the CORRECT API keys in those 4 API key fields. To be more specific, the following 4 fields must contain valid values:
– Live Stripe Publishable Key
– Live Stripe Secret Key
– Test Stripe Publishable Key
– Test Stripe Secret Key
Checklist #3) Go to the “Subscriptions” tab in the settings menu of the plugin. Check that the webhooks are setup correctly. Both the live and test webhooks should be set up. If in doubt, do the following steps to set them up correctly:
– Click the “Delete Webhooks” button.
– Click the “Clear Cache” button to clear any webhooks cache.
– Click the “Create Webhook” button in the “Live Webhook Status” section and wait for the addon to automatically create it for you.
– Do the same for the “Test Webhook Status” section.
– Click “Save Changes”.
We received your email and replied there with some questions to help troubleshoot it.May 30, 2022 at 4:17 am in reply to: Subscription option not appearing for new products #4564
The dropdown (showing the plans) should be there when you select the subscription type. I just tested it and for me it is showing the plans when I create a new product. There is likely some kind of conflict on this site. Can you do the following test please?
Custom plugin is simply another WordPress plugin that contains your custom code. If you are not a WordPress developer, you won’t be able to create a custom plugin/script.
The alternative option that you could try is to add the custom code to your theme’s
If you really want to create a small plugin, you can check the following articles that has some very basic info on how to create a plugin:
It really requires some WordPress development knowledge, otherwise it may seem confusing to you.
That’s not advisable. The API our plugin uses will require the following details to be sent to Stripe:
Name, Email, Amount, Card Info.
Basically, when you configure a simple product wit just a name and a price, our plugin will show the payment form with the minimum required fields. Those are all required fields for the checkout.
You can add custom fields in addition to the minimum required fields using the custom fields addon.
Hi, Please upgrade the Custom Fields addon and that should solve the issue. Let me know how you go after you upgrade the custom fields addon to v2.0.7.
There is some additional details we posted earlier on the following post also:April 6, 2022 at 5:39 am in reply to: Metadata/custom fields not sending or saving since latest update #4535
WordPress recommended us to make a couple of changes to the core plugin’s code that affected this custom fields feature. So we had to redo and adjust the custom fields addon accordingly (to make sure the same feature is still available).
In the plugins menu of your wp dashboard, You should see an upgrade option for the custom fields addon. Please upgrade the custom fields addon to v2.0.7. Let me know how it goes after that.
We don’t have any option for that payment method. That is not an advertised payment method that we offer unfortunately.
Let me know if that solved the issue.
You can use your own button from your theme then use a link to connect that button to our plugin’s buy now process. The following documentation will show you how it works:
We don’t have klarna support. We have sent you a reply to your email regarding klarna.