Join Patrick Rauland for an in-depth discussion in this video Checking out with Stripe, part of WordPress Ecommerce.
- In the last video, we looked at using PayPal.…PayPal works great, but it requires…that the user redirect to PayPal and then back…to the checkout, which can be a bit of a pain.…We can instead include an option for your customer…to pay with a credit card form directly in your checkout.…Stripe is one of the many payment gateways…that can do this.…Just like with PayPal, there's no restrictions…into typical Ecommerce functionality.…Let's add a product to our cart and check out.…On the checkout page, once we get past…all of the billing and shipping details,…there's an option to pay with a credit card.…
Most Ecommerce platforms let you have…multiple payment options.…Once I click on credit card, a few fields will appear…prompting me to enter my credit card details.…Stripe has an incredibly easy to use testing environment.…Stripe is currently in test mode, so I see…the payment details I should use in the notes area.…I simply enter the test credit card number…with any CVC and future expiration date information.…Once I press the place order button,…
To start, you need to understand the market for your product or service so you can build your website around it. So Patrick Rauland kicks off with some key questions that will help you define your audience and organize your products. He'll then help you set up a payment gateway with PayPal or Stripe, ship orders, collect taxes, and secure sensitive data. And if you weren't convinced already, Patrick reviews the benefits of WordPress ecommerce tools as well as a selection of third-party tools that integrate beautifully with WordPress. Plus, get bonus tips on marketing your new website: attracting and retaining customers and increasing the value of the average order.
- Defining your audience
- Organizing your products
- Marketing your WordPress site
- Increasing average order value
- Getting paid
- Checking out with PayPal or Stripe
- Managing and shipping orders
- Collecting tax
- Protecting sensitive data
- Using WordPress or third-party platforms for ecommerce