WEBFI-WordPress-How to Easily Accept Credit Card Payments on Your WordPress Site

Do you want to learn how to accept credit card payments on your WordPress site? By default, WordPress does not come with a credit card payment option but, there are plenty of plugins and tools to solve this issue. Come join us as Christina shows one of the ways to easily accept credit card payments on your WordPress site!

For this tutorial, we will be using WPForms and we have a discount for our wonderful viewers. For our discount visit:

With WPForms installed and activated we would want to go under WPForms, Addons, and activate the Stripe Addon by clicking the ‘Install Addon’ button then click the ‘Activate’ button. This will require you to have a Stripe account, if you do not have a Stripe account you can sign up for one on their site below.

With the addon activated active, you would go under WPForms, Settings and under the payments tab, you would want to click the ‘Connect with Stripe’ button to connect your account by logging in to your Stripe account. As long as you have signed in correctly you should be brought back to the WPForms payment settings tab. If you wanted to enable Test Mode, Stripe would require you to connect your account again.

As that is all set up, you can create a form under WPForms, Add New and the Billing/Order form is a good starting template that has the required fields for requesting billing information. After you customize the form to have the fields you’re wanting you would want to add the Stripe Credit Card field to your form.

With the form added, you would want to go to the Payments tab and enable Stripe payments which will allow you to customize how the payment will be handled and how the payment message will be sent to you and the user who created the purchase.

Once the form is ready, you can click the Embed button in the top-right to select a specific page to add it to or you can create a new page on your site to add the form. You should see the block editor and have the option to add the WPForms block. The block will bring up the WPForms interface where you can select the form you want to be added to the page.

If you liked this video, then please Like and consider subscribing to our channel here for more WordPress videos.

Feel free to take a look at the written version of this tutorial here:

Join our group on Facebook

Follow us on Twitter

Check out our website for more WordPress Tutorials

00:00 Intro
00:30 How to install WPForms
01:28 How to add WPForms license key
01:55 How to add Stripe Addon to WPForms
03:03 Create a simple order form to accept credit card payments in WordPress
07:15 Add order form to WordPress page

#WPForms #WPBeginner #WordPressTips



  • Adarsh PV on July 26, 2021


  • Johnny Namechanger on July 26, 2021

    Finally putting a face to the voice! I have pretty darn close to the same glasses.

  • Scot on July 26, 2021

    This Plugin is Not a Free Right? Need to Pay for it?

  • Tedi Marshall on August 15, 2021

    I have a ministry, and interested in switching over my current website. I need a religious-type theme, and enable site to accept tithes and offerings. I did not even see a not-for-profit theme. Can WordPress accommodate of should I search for another?

  • ahmad taleb on September 4, 2021

    what about the drop off location/ delivery address you missed it please help

  • Zella Martinez on November 15, 2021

    Is there a free alternative to wpforms that includes stripe payments?

  • Tyler Tobin on November 17, 2021

    Your videos are so helpful. As a budget conscious business owner these videos have been enormously helpful.

WhatsApp us
Live Chat

Office hours operation Mon-Sun 8:00 am ET – 4:00 pm ET

To start your Premium WP or Cpanel service, use our domain search engine, if the domain you want is available, contact us by Whats app to activate your project.

The easiest, fastest, and most secure way to communicate with us.
Please enter your domain.
Please verify that you are not a robot.

Terms Privacy