Stripe in WooCommerce
We explain how to setup Stripe for your WooCommerce store and where to find the API keys.
Taking Payments with Stripe
The Stripe payment gateway for WooCommerce lets you accept payments directly onsite.
Setup and Configuration
The instructions below are for you begin accepting payments with Stripe. Test Mode should be disabled for steps 1 and 2.
WooCommerce > Settings > Payments > Stripe. Under the Webhook Endpoints section copy your webhook endpoint URL.
Next in your Stripe Dashboard go to Webhook Setting and select Add Endpoint at the top right.
Paste the webhook endpoint URL copied earlier into the Endpoint URL field and select to send to all Events.
Copy the Signing secret using the Click to reveal button and paste it into the Webhook Secret field (Number 4) within the Stripe plugin settings.
2. Live Secret and Publishable Keys
Enter your Live Secret Key (2) and Live Publishable (3) Key (obtained from your Stripe account). Once you have finished, click Save Changes.
3. Test Secret and Publishable Keys
The Test Secret Key and Test Publishable Key are different and should only be used when Test Mode is enabled. You can have both set of keys entered, so you can toggle between live and test at anytime. You can get your test keys from your Stripe Dashboard.
Once you have finished, click Save Changes.
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