- eMerchantPay Checkout
Established in 2002, eMerchantPay is a trusted payment service provider that provides international online, mobile, POS and alternative payment processing services to merchants across the globe.
WooCommerce is the world’s most popular e-commerce platform. Powered by WordPress and built by WooThemes, the goal of WooCommerce is to allow you to sell anything online – beautifully. You can easily manage shipping methods and inventory, set up flexible tax rules, and view detailed store reports all from your WordPress dashboard.
With a free core platform and hundreds of premium add-ons available, WooCommerce allows you to set up an online shop with functionality catered to your store’s needs.
- Login into your Wordpress Admin Panel
- Navigate to Plugins -> Add New
- Install through the Marketplace/Zip File
- Activate the newly installed WooCommerce eMerchantPay Payment Gateway Client plugin
- Navigate to WooCommerce -> Settings -> Checkout -> eMerchantPay
- Check Enable and set the correct credentials and click Save changes
- Enable/Disable - Self-explanatory, you enable or disable whether or not you want to show the "eMerchantPay Payment Method" on your checkout page.
- Title - The title that the customers see on the checkout page.
- Description - Short, descriptive text written for the customer underneath the title (on the checkout page). It's useful to list supported cards, Alternative Payment Methods etc.
- Test Mode - Transactions go through our testing environment (no money is being transferred) or they go through our live (production) servers. Useful when you install the plugin for the first time and try to tweak all the settings.
- Transaction Type - The type of transaction that should be attempted when the customer is redirected to the checkout form.
- API Credentials - Your personal login credentials for the Genesis gateway. Keep in mind these are personal and should not be shared with anyone.