Accept Credit Cards and PayPal on Your Weebly Site
Posted by ASO Admin on 26 February 2020 03:51 AM
You can accept payments on your Weebly website for goods by connecting to one of our credit card processing partners: Stripe, Square or Authorize.net. You can also provide your shoppers with the option to pay via PayPal.
You can either:
Accept all major credit cards only (with Stripe, Square, Authorize.net)
Accept PayPal only
Accept all major credit cards AND PayPal
If you choose the last option, your customers will be able to pay for their purchases with any major credit card or their PayPal account—now that's real choice! That option would look like this when you're within the checkout process:
To see how implementing this works, watch the how-to video below, and check out our detailed written-out instructions below the video.
To get started:
Make sure you're logged in, and within the Store tab of the website you want to add products to
Click Settings, from the left-hand sidebar
Click Checkout, from the left-hand sidebar
To run credit cards with Stripe, click the Enable option in the Strip section
Select the Create a New Stripe Account option and click Next OR if you already have a Stripe account tick 'I already have a Stripe account' and click Next
Proceed with setting up your new account, if that's what you're doing. It should only take a few painless minutes of your time.
To run credit cards with Square, click the Enable button in the Square section
You can either login to an existing Square account and connect it to your Weebly account, wherein you would login when prompted and connect it all up OR you can start a new account by clicking the Sign Up link
Proceed with setting up your account as prompted; it should only take about ten minutes to complete.
Note: you can use Square in and out of Weebly BUT Square is only available for Business account customers (get in touch if you want to upgrade). Stripe only supports online transactions. Square can be used at events or in-person, adding even more flexibility in commerce options.
To provide an Authorize.net option, click the Enable button in the Authorize.net section
Enter your Login ID and Transaction Code
Click the Connect button Note: you must have an existing Authorize.net account to use this option.
To provide a PayPal payment option, click the Enable button in the PayPal section
If you already have a PayPal account the process is incredibly simple; all you do is enter your email address on your PayPal account and you're done.
If you don't have an account yet, go to PayPal.com and sign up for a new account with them. Once the account is established proceed.
Click the Enable button, in the PayPal section
Enter your email address for your PayPal account in the ensuing text field