Stripe is one of the payment methods available on TastyIgniter to enable you to receive payments from your customers with ease.
To set up Stripe Payment for your TastyIgniter website, navigate to Sales from Admin. Select Stripe Payment from the available payment methods by clicking on the Pen Icon beside it, enter the required detail for the following fields and Save.
Name: Stripe Payment already exists as the payment method name. Do not edit.
Priority: Enter a number to determine if this payment method will have a high or low priority when showing payment methods to your customers. If you do not want to prioritize a vendor, leave the Priority field blank.
Unique Code: Enter the code generated by the system to identify the payment method.
Description: Let customers know how they can make payments via this payment method.
Is Default: Enable or Disable Stripe Payment as the default payment method for your business.
Status: Enable or Disable the payment gateway.
Transaction Mode: Select transaction mode; this can either be Test or Live.
Transaction Type: Transaction type can either be Authorization Only or Authorization & Capture.
Secret Key and Publishable Key for Test and Live Mode
- To get your Secret Key and Publishable Key, **signup or** log in to your Stripe.com account
- On the main Dashboard screen, go to the API Keys page, click on the View Test Data slider
- Copy the Test Publishable Key and Test Secret Key from the Token column.
Additional Fee Type: Select either a Fixed Amount or Percentage as the additional fee customers will pay for using this payment gateway.
Additional Fee: Extra charge to the order total when this payment gateway becomes active.
Minimum Total: The total amount the order must reach before this payment gateway becomes active.
Order Status: Default order status when this payment method is used.
Stripe Secret API keys are confidential. Store them only on your servers. Do not share your secret API key with any third parties. Your Secret API Key can perform any API request to Stripe without restriction.
Stripe Publishable API keys are solely to identify your account with Stripe. They are not a secret. In other words, you can safely publish them in places you desire.
Make sure that your website is secured with HTTPS since Stripe requires it for payments to work.