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=== WP Stripe === Contributors: Noel_Tock Donate link: http://www.noeltock.com Tags: stripe, paypal, payment, pay, transfer, charge, widget, form, chargly, recurly, gravatar, avatar, recent, donations Requires at least: 3.1 Tested up to: 3.3 Stable tag: 1.3.2 WP Stripe provides a payment form and recent donor widget by utilizing Stripe.com, the awesome alternative to PayPal. == Description == Now works on **any theme**. WP Stripe is a plugin designed to handle single payments using [Stripe](http://www.stripe.com/), a refreshing and accessible alternative to PayPal. This is particularly awesome for charities, non-profit organizations and other websites accepting smaller payments where transaction fees are unnecessarily high. [Stripe](http://www.stripe.com/) on the other hand charges **2.9% + 30 cents per successful charge**, with no monthly or setup fees. = Features = This plugin allows you to do a number of things (see screenshots too): * Add a **Payment Form** via Shortcode or Template insert * Add a Widget showing Recent Donations/Payments (using Gravatars) * View latest Donations/Payments in a Widget (donors can opt-in/opt-out). * View latest Donations/Payments in a WP-Admin (makes use of custom post types to store transactions without sensitive data, see FAQ for more information). = Stripe Limitations = Stripe is currently only available to users accepting payments in the US (i.e. in order to receive money, you must reside in the US), however the payee or cardholder can be anywhere in the world. = Twitter = Follow me for updates at [@noeltock](http://www.twitter.com/noeltock) == Installation == WP Stripe can be used by either calling up a simple shortcode or adding the function to your template as below: 1. Upload the folder `wp-stripe` to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory 1. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress 1. Go to Settings -> WP Stripe and add your API Keys (for both Test & Live) 1. Place `[wp-stripe]` in your content or `<?php wp_stripe_form(); ?>` in your template. 1. Add the `Stripe - Recent` widget to show recent payments/donations. == Frequently Asked Questions == = How does WP Stripe work ? = WP Stripe uses a simple to add form to capture person & payment details. Credit card information is then passed to the Stripe servers in the form of a token, increasing security and hindering duplication. = What information does WP Stripe store? = WP Stripe DOES store basic transaction data (Transaction ID, Amounts & User Data that was voluntarily provided by the donor). WP Stripe DOES NOT store credit card information. Upon form submission, a token is generated by `stripe.js` and passed through POST and then on to the stripe servers, that is the extent of it. = Does WP Stripe offer a shopping cart module? = WP Stripe is not intended to be used as an e-commerce solution, but rather to handle single payments and donations. == Screenshots == 1. Payment Form 2. Payments Overview 3. Recent Payments Widget (largely unstyled, shows recent donations of users who opted-in) == Changelog == = 1.3.2 = * Remove function = 1.3.1 = * Quick fix for sites running older PHP = 1.3 = * Added Pop-up / Modal Box for making a payment (better plug & play), you can still use the inline form with `[wp-legacy-stripe]` * Added cards accepted below button, to disable use `[wp-stripe cards="false"]` * Simple Form Validation * "Submit Payment" button is replaced with spinner onclick (avoids multiple clicks) * Added Button on transactions page to delete all Test transactions * Added Name of person paying to Stripe charge * Fix: Issue with Shortcode bumping to the top of a page * Fix : CSS Hardening of Form (to make it more compatible with your theme) = 1.2 = * Small fix = 1.1 = * Few ReadMe Tweaks = 1.0 = * Initial Release * Added Stripe Payment Form * Added Stripe Recent Donations Widget (users can opt-in/out) * Added Stripe Transaction Overview in WP-Admin == Upgrade Notice == = 1.3 = * This will change the display of your current stripe shortcode to a button that will pop up a modal box. You can continue using the old form within your content by using: `[wp-legacy-stripe]` = 1.2 = * Small fix = 1.1 = * Few ReadMe Tweaks = 1.0 = == Feedback & Bugs == As this is a new plugin, there are likely to be a few issues. Kindly post any issues, questions or suggestions on the [WP-Stripe forums](http://wordpress.org/tags/wp-stripe?forum_id=10) .