Paymentwall’s Woocommerce plug-in is easy to install and fully customizable. With a single integration, all products of your E-commerce business will be monetized with 150+ payment options localized in 75+ currencies and more than 200 countries.
This tutorial assumes that you have a Paymentwall account. Please Sign up if you don’t have one.
Paymentwall’s plug-in for Woocommerce can be downloaded here.
Project configuration in Paymentwall system
Login to Paymentwall system with your account.
Go to My Projects tab. You will see your new project already created.
Secret Keywill be needed later to finish the project setup on Woocommerce admin panel.
In Settings section, please set your project type to
Set Pingback type to URL.
Configure your Pingback URL to http://[your-domain]/?wc-api=paymentwall_gateway&action=ipn
Choose the Pingback Signature Version to version 3.
Remember to save changes at the bottom of Settings section.
You can also enable Brick as a payment gateway by clicking the grey brick icon on your project overview. It will generate
Brick Test Keysand
Brick Live Keysright next to your
In Widgets section, create a widget that you prefer. And save changes. You will see
Widget codeafter widget creation, which will also be needed later on Woocommerce admin panel.
Setup Paymentwall module on your platform
Upload the plugin into your WordPress plugins directory, preserving the folder name paymentwall-for-woocommerce using an FTP client of your choice. Then log into your WordPress dashboard, navigate to your Plugins section, activate **Paymentwall for WooCommerce```.
Or you can navigate to your Plugins section, click Add New and search for Paymentwall for Woocommerce Click Install now and then activate the plugin.
On the left sidebar of your WordPress dashboard, navigate to WooCommerce -> Settings
Click on the Checkout tab. Paymentwall and Brick should already be available on the second navigation under Checkout tab as payment options.
Click on a payment option of your choice to set up.
- Fill all the required fields.
Secret Keycan be found under your Woocommerce project overview’s
Widget Keysin My Projects tab. If you are using Brick,
Private Keyare under
Brick Test Keysand
Brick Live Keys.
Widget codeis available in your Widgets section of your project.
Paymentwall requires Wordpress 4.0 & WooCommerce 2.1 or higher and is compatible up to Wordpress 4.8 & Woocommerce 3.2.
List of available Payment Methods can be discovered here.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you find the version of your Woocommerce module is not supported.
You can start to test payments of your projects.
Once you make sure everything works smoothly, please submit your project to go live.