Payment Gateway for PayPal on WooCommerce

Description

Easily add PayPal payment options to your WordPress / WooCommerce website.

  • PayPal Express Checkout / PayPal Credit
  • PayPal Pro (website payments pro) / PayPal Payments Pro (DoDirectPayment)
  • Braintree Payments (Braintree drop-in UI with Card + PayPal + PayPal Credit)
  • PayPal Payments Advanced
  • PayPal Pro Payflow (PayPal Manager / PayFlow Gateway)
  • PayPal Express Checkout ( PayPal Smart Buttons ) REST API
  • Real Time Order Satus Update ( PayPal IPN )

Next Milestone

  • PayPal Plus (Germany, Brazil, Mexico)
  • PayPal Reporting
  • PayPal Balance (PayPal Dashboard)
  • PayPal Order History (PayPal Transaction History)

Screenshots

Installation

Automatic installation

Automatic installation is the easiest option as WordPress handles the file transfers itself and you don\’t need to leave your web browser. To do an automatic install, log in to your WordPress dashboard, navigate to the Plugins menu and click Add New.
In the search field type \”Payment Gateway for PayPal on WooCommerce\” and click Search Plugins. Once you\’ve found our plugin you can view details about it such as the the rating and description. Most importantly, of course, you can install it by simply clicking Install Now.

Manual Installation

  1. Unzip the files and upload the folder into your plugins folder (/wp-content/plugins/) overwriting older versions if they exist
  2. Activate the plugin in your WordPress admin area.

Usage

  1. Open the settings page for WooCommerce and click the “Checkout” tab
  2. Click on the sub-item for PayPal Express Checkout.
  3. Enter your API credentials and adjust any other settings to suit your needs.

FAQ

How do I create sandbox accounts for testing?

  • Login at http://developer.paypal.com.
  • Click the Applications tab in the top menu.
  • Click Sandbox Accounts in the left sidebar menu.
  • Click the Create Account button to create a new sandbox account.

Where do I get my API credentials?

  • Live credentials can be obtained by signing in to your live PayPal account here: https://www.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_login-api-run
  • Sandbox credentials can be obtained by viewing the sandbox account profile within your PayPal developer account, or by signing in with a sandbox account here: https://www.sandbox.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_login-api-run

How to get phone numbers for PayPal Checkout orders?

If you use PayPal Checkout, then you might have noticed that the checkout page does not contain the customer’s phone number. If you have a PayPal business account, then you can require customer phone numbers from your PayPal account settings.

PayPal has the ability to provide the customer’s phone number which can be used to autopopulate your checkout page. We recommend you enable this option as it reduces the number of checkout fields your customer has to manually enter. It reduces friction and will improve conversion rates.

Reviews

18 January 2023
I think it's a nice alterantive to the official WooCommerce one... One thing I I wish I could customize is which buttons are displayed. I know there is an option to display location but I'd like toggle on and off, say, for example, the Pay Later button or even toggle off the "powered by PayPal" at the very bottom
2 December 2022
This is an excellent plugin that's easy to setup, customize and use. So far it's been very reliable and I would recommend it for sure! It plays well with my theme.
14 September 2022 3 replies
Unfortunately, this payment gateway is now deprecated by WooCommerce. In other words, you can install it, but WooCommerce won't let you use it.
25 February 2022
We've been using WC and it's various bolt-on plugins for years, and consider it an integral corner-post type asset, able to accommodate, and not hinder TestoChecker's growth, ultimately cementing it's presence online.
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Contributors and Developers

“Payment Gateway for PayPal on WooCommerce” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Change Log

7.1.5

  • Fix – Resolved issue with guest checkout in order review page.
  • Fix – Display PayPal validation messages on checkout page.

7.1.4

  • Tested with WC 7.2.0

7.1.3

  • Coupon disable when PayPal checkout enable.

7.1.2

  • Adds Gift Card plugin compatibility.

7.1.1

  • Fix – Resolved issue with checkout page. hide other payment method on review page.

7.1.0

  • Adds major changes related to PayPal SDK and use Latest PayPal JS.
  • improved performance.

7.0.0

  • Upgrade PayPal Checkout.

6.0.1

  • Resolve rounding issue.
  • Resolve PayPal Payflow CC exp_year issue.

6.0.0

  • Verification – WooCoomerce 6.8.2 compatibility.

= 5.0.8 – 08/09/2022
* Verification – WooCoomerce 6.7.0 compatibility.

= 5.0.7 – 04/13/2022
* Verification – WooCoomerce 6.4.0 compatibility.

= 5.0.6 – 03/11/2022
* Resolved PHP notice.

= 5.0.5 – 02/25/2022
* Resolved Body class issue on checkout page.

= 5.0.4 – 02/23/2022
* Verification – WordPress 6.2.1 compatibility.

= 5.0.3 – 02/15/2022
* Resolved multiple PayPal display when update checkout fields.

= 5.0.2 – 02/01/2022
* Resolved PHP Notice.

= 4.0.9 – 14/12/2021
* Remove Trademark

2.0.0 – 08/04/2019

  • Add new PayPal Express Checkout Smart button

1.0.0 – 12/08/2017

  • Feature – PayPal Express Checkout

1.0.1 – 12/08/2017

  • PayPal IPN bug resolved.

1.0.2 – 12/12/2017

  • Add Pre-Order support and Payment token.

1.0.3 – 13/12/2017

  • Add PayPal Pro payment method.

1.0.4 – 15/12/2017

  • Add Braintree Payment.
  • Add icons for all payment methods.

1.0.5 – 17/12/2017

  • Add PayPal Pro
  • Add PayPal Advanced
  • Add PayPal Payflow
  • Add PayPal Rest

1.0.6 – 24-12-2017

  • WPML compatibility

1.0.7 – 06-01-2018

  • Code optimising and better error handling