Setting up Pay Junction Payments with WooCommerce

Posted OnOct 15, 2014     CategoryE-commerce     CommentsNo comment

The next add-on for the WooCommerce WordPress Plugin that we will guide you through is the PayJunction payment plugin.

Step 1) On the Dashboard, scroll down to ‘WooCommerce’ and choose ‘Add-ons’ from the dropdown. From the toolbar on the next page, click on ‘Free’ to get the list of free add-ons for the plugin. Click on ‘Payjunction’ from the options provided.

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Step 2) Sadly, the PayJunction link is broken, but don’t worry, you can use the search feature to find it on the WooThemes site.

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Step 3) Scroll down to the bottom of the page and choose ‘Extensions’ from the Products section on the site.

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Step 4) From the WooCommerce Extensions section, use the search box to find ‘Payjunction’ on the site.

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Step 5) The Payjunction plugin will be the only option that comes up. Give that a click and you can look through the features and purchase it for free.

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Step 6) From the WordPress.org page, click on ‘Download’ to get your plugin in the form of a .zip file in your computers Downloads section.

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Step 7) Head back to your website Dashboard, and choose ‘Plugins’ and then ‘Add New’.

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Step 8) On the Install Plugins page, click on ‘Upload’ and then use the ‘Choose File’ section to search your computer for the .zip file you downloaded. Add that to the box and then click ‘Install Now’

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Step 9) Once the plugin has installed, click on ‘Activate Plugin’ to finalise the process.

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Step 10) Now head to ‘WooCommerce’ and the ‘Checkout’ section on the toolbar. You will now find ‘PayJunction’ as a payment method on the toolbar underneath.

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Step 11) The first fields you need to enter are the Title (what the user sees when they checkout), and whether you want to enable or disable PayJunction. Tick the box to enable it or leave it unticked if you don’t.

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Step 12) Write a description for PayJunction in the box provided. This will help users determine what payment method to use.

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Step 13) If you are in the development phase of your website, tick the PayJunction Test box to ensure that test payments can be made to make sure it is working correctly, before unticking the box when your site goes live.

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Step 14) When you set up an account with PayJunction, you will be provided with an API Username and Password. Enter them into the boxes provided to link your account up with your website.

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