Our 2Checkout for WooCommerce payment gateway allows you to accept credit card and PayPal payment from shoppers and users of your e-commerce store.
In this guide, we’ll learn how to set up the plugin and start processing orders and subscription payments via 2Checkout in no time.
Still on 2Checkout dashboard, click the Webhooks navigation menu, then Settings.
Enter either of the following URL
https://example.com/?wc-api=WC_2Checkout_Gateway in Global Settings. Note: only use the latter if you don’t have pretty URL or permalink enabled and be sure to replace “https://example.com” with your website url.
With the above done, click the “Apply button” and then enable all notifications by checking the enable checkboxes.
Finally, click “Save Settings“.
Having gotten your API information, click the 2Checkout sub-section in
WooCommerce checkout settings and fill the form with the API credentials.
Below is the description of each setting on the page.
- Enabled – This will enable the gateway to be used by customers to checkout.
- 2Checkout Test Mode – This controls what environment transactions are posted to — Enable if you are testing with a 2Checkout sandbox account.
- Title – This is the text shown for the payment during checkout and on the Order Received page.
- Description – This is the text shown under the title during checkout. Limited HTML is allowed.
- Account Number – This is your 2Checkout account Number. Learn how to get it.
- Secret Word – This is your 2Checkout secret word. Learn how to get it.
- Private Key – This is your 2Checkout private key. Learn how to get it
- Publishable Key – This is your 2Checkout publishable key. Learn how to get it
- Checkout Style – This controls how the checkout process works. Choose “Off-site Payment” to redirect customers to the 2Checkout website to complete their payment. Choose “On-site Payment” to keep customers on your website to complete payment.
- Disable Fraud Review – Check to disable order completion after fraud review. Thus making payment completion instant.