With the recently launched payment platform improvements, WordPress website owners can now accept most major forms of payment with a highly customizable interface. The plugin can also create a mobile-friendly payment page that requires no coding or previous experience.
To learn more about the new payment options available with the Payment Page WordPress plugin, please visit https://payment.page/heres-whats-new-with-payment-page
WordPress website owners have often struggled with accepting payments from customers in a beautiful and simple method on their websites, with most options pretty clunky or limited in styling. The recently launched features of the Payment Page plugin allow WordPress builders to create a beautiful, responsive payment form that works with Stripe and PayPal out of the box. Payment page templates are included and allow you to start accepting payments in less than 60 seconds.
Using PayPal integration, website owners can link their PayPal accounts to their sales websites through a 1-click process, which makes it simple to transfer incoming payments to their account. In the near future, the Payment Page team is also planning to add PayPal’s “pay later” feature, Venmo, and alternative payment methods based on a customer’s country.
By partnering with Stripe, Payment Page allows WordPress site owners to accept all major credit and debit cards, as well as many popular digital payment methods. This includes Apple Pay, Google Pay, Microsoft Wallet, WeChat Pay, Alipay, and SEPA direct debit. To see the full list of accepted payment methods, please visit their website https://payment.page
With WordPress being home to such a wide variety of styling tools, the company has created 11 new templates (with more coming soon) to suit their client’s payment pages and near limitless customization options to make each page completely unique. The form-builder uses a drag-and-drop integration with Elementor that makes it simple to customize the form and page for any brand.
While the installation of Payment Page is simple and requires no coding skills, the team has also provided detailed documentation and several how-to video tutorials. Many of the new templates are designed specifically to match popular business types while requiring minimal customization. The themes include coaching services, yoga teachers, digital subscription services, streaming platforms, and more!
A recent satisfied client said, “They offer a lot of nice features, different types of payment gateway integrations, and it’s so easy to install it and set it up. The team behind the plugin is amazing and really listening to their users. A great alternative from using WP Simple Pay or WooCommerce.”
For more information about integrating Payment Page into WordPress websites and to see the live Demo in action, please visit https://payment.page/demo/
Name: Brandon Ernst
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Organization: Payment Page
Address: 246 Roundtree Way, San Rafael, CA 94903, United States
Release ID: 89071623