Everest Forms Documentation
This add-on helps you integrate PayPal into your forms for registration fee payments, donations, and more. Pay without directly using your credit or debit card, with a connected email address.
From Everest Forms 1.4.9, the previous Payment Field named Payment Options is deprecated. So, you can now use Conditional Logic to allow users to choose between the payment gateways like PayPal and Stripe.
Once, you have completed the above-mentioned task of installing and activating the plugin, now let’s move ahead on setting up this add-on for your site.
Firstly, you need to add the payment field in the form. Let us start dragging single item and total payment field.
Single item Settings:
Item Price: Set the default price to the item
The item type description:
With multiple items field, you can provide the options for the user to select the option. You can set each items price as shown in the figure below.
The total field helps you to display the total of all payment field’s price.
You can set up the currency from the global settings. Navigate to Everest Forms->Settings->Payments.
Enable PayPal Payment: To enable or disable the PayPal Payment Option.
PayPal Email Address: The email address of the payment receiver.
Mode: Sandbox or production mode. Sandbox mode for testing purpose.
Payment Type: Products and Services or donation. The type of payment.
Cancel URL: Redirect url if the user cancels after redirecting to PayPal.
Enable Conditional Logic: If you also use the Conditional Logic add on, you can use it to provide payment option between PayPal and Stripe add-on.
If you have both the Paypal standard and the Stripe addons, you can create options for your customers to choose between the two payment methods.
Firstly, insert a Multiple Choice field and add PayPal and Stripe as payment options.
Everest Forms Pro allows you to enable conditional logic using the Conditional Logic addon on. You can not only integrate conditional logic on each and every form field but also, on both the payment options. This lets you set up a more responsive and situationally adaptive payment for your users.
If you are new to Conditional Logic and want to learn what it is in detail Click Here.
Go to the Payments tab at the top. And make sure you enable both Paypal and Stripe. Then, Click on PayPal and Enable Conditional Logic. Now, make the settings so that Stripe is implemented only if the user selects the PayPal option in the form.
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