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The following Stripe Payments Plugin Advanced Settings tutorial shows you how to set up price display settings, custom field settings and more.

Last Updated: November 5, 2018

Latest News: I have added more information below.

This tutorial shows you how to customize the following plugin settings.

  • Price Display Settings
  • Custom Field Settings
  • Additional Settings

Currently there are only a few settings to configure in this area but this is slowly growing. This plugin is becoming more popular and the developers keep adding more features as per users request.

Stripe Payments Plugin Tutorials:

Stripe Payments Plugin Advanced Settings

Step 1 ) Go to Stripe Payments -> Settings -> Advanced Settings as illustrated in the following image to set up the following options.

Price Display Settings

  • Currency Position
  • Decimal Separator
  • Thousand Separator
  • Number of Decimals
  • Apply Separators Settings To Customer Input


Custom Field Settings

Step 2 ) The following image Custom Field Settings allows you to set up the following fields.

Custom Field Settings

  • Enable For All Buttons and Products
  • Field Name
  • Field Description
  • Test Field Description Location
  • Position
  • Field Type
  • Mandatory


Terms and Conditions

Step 3 ) The following image Terms and Conditions allows you to set up the following fields.

Terms and Conditions

  • Enable Terms and Conditions
  • Checkbox Text = You can see an example of the text you can add to your site including some HTML tags.
  • Store Customer’s IP Address
  • Position


Additional Settings

Step 4 ) The following image allows you to enable and set up the following options.

  • Disable Buttons Before Javascript Loads
  • Finally when you are happy with your settings click on Save Changes button.


That is all you need to do to set up the advanced settings in the plugin.

Stay tunes for more tutorials coming soon.

I will be updating this post from time to time. So keep coming back for more.


Manuel Ballesta Ruiz is a web developer, Blogger and WordPress Enthusiast.

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