How to Collect Paypal Payments on Your WordPress Site

Do you offer services or selling products and collecting payments outside of your website with a checkout link?

How tedious the task could be, I can feel.

There are digital marketers like you who want to collect payment on their WordPress website but with the lack of the right tools, it was hard to approach.

WinForms has realized this problem that occurs more than often and brought a great solution for digital marketers and business owners.

Now onwards if you have WpForms installed on your website then you can collect payment with their recently added PayPal add on.

To get the benefit of their PayPal adds on a feature you must be a user of WpForms Pro account/or higher.

If you want to check out, here is the special link to sign up for a WpForms Pro account.

Let’s get into it,

Install the PayPal Addon and Create a Form

To install the PayPal add-on you must be using WpForms on your WordPress website.

So, make sure you have WpForms installed on your website. Now go to WpForms dashboard then head over to PayPal add on.

Now here Install and activate the PayPal add on. Now to add PayPal to a form hope over to create a new form.

There are pre designed templates you can use to create forms easily and add PayPal to them.

But Billing/Order form templates are most likely used to collect payments, these templates have preset Paypal add on installed.

Add PayPal Payments to Your Forms

Now your form is created and PayPal is also installed. Now it’s time to activate PayPal on your form.

To do this go to Payment settings then PayPal Standards. Here check the box stating “Enable PayPal Standards Payment”

Now fill out the other required details such as email address (the one you want to receive payment), Mode, Payment type and Shipping Address etc.

If you want to allow your buyers to send you custom notes regarding their purchase then you can uncheck the box at the bottom of the page.

There is one more additional feature included in the form settings i.e. “Enable Conditional Logic”

Set Up Conditional Logic for Payments (Optional Settings)

This settings come in handy when you want to allow your customers to pay either from PayPal or Stripe.

to enable this setting scroll down the form builder and check the box stating “Enable Conditional Logic”

When you check this box there will be some additional settings appear. Through which you can create conditions and rules to accept payments via PayPal.

Let me explain each options,

Process: Here you have to select what condition should happen between Process and Don’t Process when user move ahead.

Select Field: Definde the fiels according to your offering.

is: Choose the type of comparison you’d like to use (options include isis notemptynot emptycontainsdoes not containstarts withends withgreater than, and less than).

Select Choice: Define the value to apply.

So, by applying the right conditional logic you can create payment collecting forms easily.

Wrapping Up

So with WpForms it’s easy to create billing and donation forms and start collecting payment on your WordPress site.

I recommend when you finish creating a form please check yourself whether the page is working perfectly and payment transaction is happening or not. You must test it before publishing your form. So that you don’t lose any potential payment.

You’ll be notified when your customer makes a purchase with PayPal.

Hopefully, you have got to know about how to collect Paypal payments on your WordPress website.

If you don’t have WpForms yet then you might be losing potential customers on your website. Click here to get WpForms now and start collecting payment on your WordPress website.

If you have any doubt Let me know in the comment section, I’ll try to help you out.

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