Accept credit card payments securely on your WooCommerce store
|Author:||CloudSwipe (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.5|
|WordPress version tested:||4.9.1|
|Added to WordPress repository:||11-04-2017|
|Total downloads:||1 015|
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- WordPress 3.2 or greater
- PHP version 5.4 or greater
- MySQL version 5.0 or greater
You can install WooCommerce CloudSwipe Payments directly from the WordPress.org plugin directory without having to worry with manually transferring files to your server. Automatic installation is the easiest option for installation. Let WordPress install WooCommerce CloudSwipe Payments for you.
To install WooCommerce CloudSwipe Payments, log in to your WordPress admin panel, go to the Plugins menu and click the “Add New” link.
Type “WooCommerce CloudSwipe Payments” in the search field then click the “Search Plugins” button. You will see the WooCommerce CloudSwipe Payments plugin in the search results. To install WooCommerce CloudSwipe Payments simply click the “Install Now” link. After confirming that you do want to install the plugin, WordPress will automatically download and install WooCommerce CloudSwipe Payments directly on your WordPress website.
If you would prefer to manually install WooCommerce CloudSwipe Payments, you will need to download the WooCommerce CloudSwipe Payments plugin and upload it to your web server via FTP. Here are the steps to follow:
- Download and unzip the plugin file on your computer
- Using an FTP program, or your hosting control panel, upload the unzipped plugin folder to the plugin directory on your WordPress site (wp-content/plugins/).
- Activate the WooCommerce CloudSwipe Payments plugin from the “Plugins” menu in your WordPress admin panel.
Where can I find WooCommerce CloudSwipe Payments documentation?
You will find detailed instructions in our WooCommerce CloudSwipe Payments documentation.
What is PCI compliance?
PCI Compliance is a set of requirements that your business needs to meet in order to accept credit card payments. If you are using WooCommerce CloudSwipe Payments for your e-commerce, then your website is PCI compliant. If you are not using WooCommerce CloudSwipe Payments then you need to handle all of the PCI requirements on your own. Becoming PCI compliant on your own is very expensive and challenging.
- Move title query for slurp tweaks further down in the WordPress actions chain to prevent null post errors
- Isolate the WooCommerce page title from the menu items when using the_title filter to customize the slurp page title.
- Add logging support allowing the logs to be viewed in the WooCommerce System Status area to help with troubleshooting
- Fix issue with billing address name being used as the shipping address name on invoices created in CloudSwipe from WooCommerce.
- Fixing missing exception and deprecation warnings for WooCommerce 3.0
- Initial release