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Please post the URL of the page where I can go and inspect this on your site.
No. This will need a custom job at this stage.
The label can be customized via the language translation file. You can create your own translation file which can output whatever you want the “Quantity” label to say:
All the custom data is sent to Stripe’s meta data. Please fully read the following page which shows how the custom data can be viewed inside your WordPress admin dashboard and Stripe merchant account (there is a section called “viewing custom data”):
Sending the custom data to Stripe’s transaction metadata is the most sensible way we could implement this custom fields functionality (that works for most of our users). What data you collect using the custom fields is really upto you.
This will need to be customized via your language translation file.
You should be able to find the following strings in the language file of the subscription addon.
You can create your own language translation file to customize those strings to whatever you want it to say:June 26, 2020 at 1:18 am in reply to: Post-Processing Stripe Payments Subscription Plugin #3025
We have action hooks that gets triggered after a transaction. You can use that hook to create your custom processing after a transaction.
So you can create a custom plugin that listens to the hook and then does the additional processing after the transaction.
Side note: I know that some of our users don’t have the coding expertise required to handle the complex customization required for that particular project/business. If you want us to understand your particular business scenario and provide help with coding then that will need to be handled as a custom job. You can use the following page to get in touch for a custom job:
The filter will pass additional arguments that will have the product ID in there. So in your custom code, you can check that product ID and then override the output only if you want to handle that one. Otherwise, you will just return from that function and it will show the default that comes from our plugin.
No. That will need a custom job since the payment popup’s code will need to be customized for this.
Not at the moment. The standard thank you page shortcode should show the details with the variations that was purchased.
If you are customizing it using the “asp_stripe_payments_checkout_page_result” filter then you can get all the transaction data and fully customize that output:
The $txn_data array will contain the transaction and item data that you can use.June 25, 2020 at 2:31 am in reply to: Link URL method takes order (in test mode) but does not trigger Check Out Result #3018
I tested that feature and it is working fine as of now. Does the debug log show any error with the transaction?
Also, do the following test to make sure something else is not conflicting:
Hi Martin, At the moment only the custom fields can be sorted within the custom fields (not the checkout/settings fields that come from the plugin from the normal checkout process)
Create a subscription plan with the following parameters:
Billing Interval: 6 Months
That will charge $500 on the day of the purchase and then another $500 in 6 months time. So it will collect a total of $1000.
Let me know if that helps.
Give me an example of a pricing that you are trying to set up then I should be able to tell you what values to use for it.
If you fully read the following page, you will see that it has explanation of what each of the subscription plan fields do (which can be helpful):
This is not an advertized feature of our plugin. We don’t have the particular option you are looking for. I have sent you an email. Please reply to it.
Sorry the only available solution is to use the custom fields addon. The custom fields addon sends the data to Stripe as meta data. Custom fields are tricky and gives us a lot of headache and at this stage that is the only solution available.June 13, 2020 at 2:11 am in reply to: Price of product different than what is actually charged. #2993
If you see the issue again, let us know.