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[bd] Paygate: STRIPE 1.2.0

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xfrocks

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#1
xfrocks submitted a new resource:

[bd] Paygate: STRIPE - Add support for Stripe as a pay gate

[bd] Paygate: STRIPE

[FEATURES]
1. Add support for Stripe as a pay gate
2. Accept subscription

[INSTALLATION]
*. You must have [bd] Paygates installed.
1. Upload the library directory into your XenForo's
2. Import the add-on
3. Configure pay gate options in AdminCP > Options > [bd] Paygate: STRIPE
4. Configure Webhook for your account at https://dashboard.stripe.com/account/webhooks to use this url: http://domain.com/xenforo/bdpaygate/callback.php?p=stripe (only if you...
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JordanH

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#8
Payments are processed by Stripe, no card information is saved in XenForo for PCI Compliant.
I realize that. But are the stripe payments done on your website? (users can pay using stripe without leaving your very own website).
Which is the only reason why I want stripe payments to begin with.
 

xfrocks

Well-known member
#10
In the last four months, Stripe announced deals with all the big names: Alipay, Twitter, Apple and most recently Facebook. There is no doubt about Stripe future it seems :)
 

Brent W

Well-known member
#11
Any idea what this error means?

Code:
Unexpected error communicating with Stripe. If this problem persists, let us know at support@stripe.com. (Network error [errno 77]: Problem with the SSL CA cert (path? access rights?))
 

xfrocks

Well-known member
#12
Any idea what this error means?

Code:
Unexpected error communicating with Stripe. If this problem persists, let us know at support@stripe.com. (Network error [errno 77]: Problem with the SSL CA cert (path? access rights?))
Please check if you have uploaded the file library/bdPaygateStripe/3rdparty/lib/data/ca-certificates.crt, the file size should be 282KB.
 

xfrocks

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#18

kontrabass

Well-known member
#19
This makes CC payment beyond easy. Thanks!

I understand that the Stripe iframe is secure - but has anyone run into any issues with users being uncertain, not seeing a secure "lock" icon on their browser? I'm wondering if I should force SSL on the account upgrades page somehow...
 

xfrocks

Well-known member
#20
This makes CC payment beyond easy. Thanks!

I understand that the Stripe iframe is secure - but has anyone run into any issues with users being uncertain, not seeing a secure "lock" icon on their browser? I'm wondering if I should force SSL on the account upgrades page somehow...
You should just run the entire site in https. It's cheap, easy and fast now.