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Payment Method Tab from My Account disappears when selected

I haven’t been able to find a solution.. When I click on payment methods from the my account page it takes me to the payment methods page, however the “Payment methods link disappears. Any help is appreciated. I don’t know why it’s disappearing.

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I have the “Woocommerce stripe gateway” enabled. Any pointers are appreciated.

Are you referring to this add payment method button in the My Account area?

This kind of problem is usually caused by either a conflict with your theme or with another plugin.

The best way to determine this is to:

  • Temporarily switch your theme to Storefront
  • Disable all plugins except for WooCommerce
  • Repeat the action that is causing the problem

If you’re not seeing the same problem after completing the conflict test, then you know the problem was with the plugins and/or theme you deactivated. To figure out which plugin is causing the problem, reactivate your other plugins one by one, testing after each, until you find the one causing conflict. You can find a more detailed explanation on how to do a conflict test here.

I think Justin means the actual My Account menu Tab for Payment Methods disappears when you go to the Payment Methods page. I am having the same issue. It doesn’t happen when you go to other pages e.g. Orders.

Automattic Happiness Engineer

Could you both provide a screenshot of the tabs that are missing for you? You can upload the image to an image sharing program and provide the link in your response. Please make sure to blur out any personal details that should not be made public such as logins or passwords or other financial information.

Here are 2 screen shots of what is happening:

Automattic Happiness Engineer

Thanks for the screenshot @justinrains – were you able to do the plugin/theme conflict test that Amanda explained above.That is often the cause of dashboard issues.

If you’ve deactivated everything except for WooComemrce and Stripe and still do not see that option, Could you please share a copy of your site’s System Status? You can find it via WooCommerce > Status.
Select “Get system report” and then “Copy for support”. Once you’ve done that, paste it here in your response.

We haven’t heard back from you in a while, so I’m going to mark this as resolved – if you have any further questions, you can start a new thread.

I have the same issue about “payment methods” navigation on “my account” page. Payment Method menu disappears when it is clicked or active.

  • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by rajprajapati.
  • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by rajprajapati.

I am also experiencing this same issue:
When a User visits the “My Account” page, then goes to the “Payment Methods” tab, it disappears from the My Account Navigation menu when the page is visited.

I had the same issue while using the payment method by stipe. I figured out the issue. If you want to show the “Payment Methods” menu when it is clicked or active then you have to enable “Enable Payment via Saved Cards”

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Woocommerce Payment Gateway per Product

Description

This plugin for woocommerce lets you select the available payment gateways for each individual product. You can select for eacht individual product the payment gateway that will be used by checkout. If no selection is made, then the default payment gateways are displayed. If you for example only select paypal then only paypal will available for that product by checking out. This plugin allows you to improve your customer service by giving the best payment service for your customers.

Please read the documentation.
Documentation

Here are the most notable features of WooCommerce Payment Gateway per Product plugin. If you need any further information, please feel free to contact us. Below are the best offerings of WooCommerce Payment Gateway per Product.

Setting Payment gateway

  • You can choose 2 different categories to set different gateways per product
  • Set payment gateway per product (must be in selected category set in settings)

We also have a free plugin where you can set the payment gateway for a complete category instead of single products.
WooCommerce Payment Gateway per Category

Default payment option

  • Set default payment gateway

Translation Support:

  • i18n ready with included plugin.pot file
  • WPML support via wpml-config.xml

Included Translations

  • English (default)
  • Dutch
  • No other translations yet.
  • All features should work for each blog in multisite installations

Exclusive Features in the Premium Version

  • Unlimited categories
  • Quick edit possible
  • Many more feature coming soon

Please let us know your feedback, if you think something can be more awesome this plugin, we will added it.
Please use our contactform at dreamfoxmedia.com

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Installation

For automatic installation:

The simplest way to install is to click on ‘Plugins’ then ‘Add’ and type ‘Woocommerce Payment Gateway per Product’ in the search field.

For manual installation 1:

  1. Login to your website and go to the Plugins section of your admin panel.
  2. Click the Add New button.
  3. Under Install Plugins, click the Upload link.
  4. Select the plugin zip file (woocommerce-product-payments.x.x.x.zip) from your computer then click the Install Now button.
  5. You should see a message stating that the plugin was installed successfully.
  6. Click the Activate Plugin link.

For manual installation 2:

  1. You should have access to the server where WordPress is installed. If you don’t, see your system administrator.
  2. Copy the plugin zip file (woocommerce-product-payments.x.x.x.zip) up to your server and unzip it somewhere on the file system.
  3. Copy the « woocommerce-product-payments » folder into the /wp-content/plugins directory of your WordPress installation.
  4. Login to your website and go to the Plugins section of your admin panel.
  5. Look for « woocommerce-product-payments » and click Activate.
  6. Upload plugin-name.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  7. Activez-la via le menu Extensions dans l’admin WordPress

A. Allowed payment gateways goes before denied payment gateways. so if for example you set:
– product 1 to paypal
– product 2 to paypal & credit card
common payment gateway will shown by checkout

Q. Where can I get support?

A. You can get support by posting an support request on Dreamfoxmedia.com

Q. Can I use my existing WordPress theme?

A. Sure, you can use your existing WordPress theme with WooCommerce Payment Gateway Per Product.

Q. Where can I report a bug?

A. Found a bug? Please let us know by posting an support request on Dreamfoxmedia.com

Q. Is WooCommerce Payment Gateway Per Product free?

A. There are two versions of WooCommerce Payment Gateway Per Product. One is free and another is paid. The paid version has some more advanced features which are not accessible in the free version.

Q. More Information

A. For more information, feel free to visit the official website for this plugin: Dreamfox.

WooCommerce Payment Gateways: Choosing the Right One for Your Online Store

Posted on July 6, 2018 by Chris Lema | Updated: September 7, 2018

Online store owners spend hours meticulously tinkering and tweaking their eCommerce site’s look and design, yet give less consideration to how their customers will actually pay for their products and services. Given that 12 percent of customers will abandon their cart if the checkout process is too complicated, choosing the wrong payment gateway can hurt your sales numbers. Although all WooCommerce payment gateways perform the same basic function, not all of them are right for your eCommerce business. Just like your customers, you want the best fit for you, a choice that brings the best value at the lowest cost. Happily, WooCommerce site owners have plenty of options to choose from. Here’s what to consider when choosing between WooCommerce payment gateways.

How WooCommerce Payment Gateways Work

All online credit card transactions have three parties: you, the customer, and the payment gateway. Think of the payment gateway as a mediator that authorizes payments between your customers, their credit card company, and your bank. Here are the steps:

  1. Customer places an order and submits their payment information.
  2. Payment information is sent from the eCommerce site to the payment gateway.
  3. Payment gateway forwards request to the customer’s lender (bank, credit card, etc.)
  4. The lender determines the availability of funds and authorizes payment through the gateway.
  5. Payment gateway deposits funds into your merchant account.

Although this is a simplified version, it’s clear how integral payment gateways are to the transaction process.

Factors to Consider When Choosing A Payment Gateway

Every payment gateway has a variety of options, fee structures, and other capabilities that will be valuable to specific business needs, such as recurring payments.

Should You Look For Lower Fixed Cost or Lower Transaction Percentage?

Every payment gateway will have a percentage transaction fee and a fixed cost charge for every sale you make. These charges and fees will determine how much money you get to keep from your sales. Transaction fees also change depending on whether the sale happens within the U.S. or across borders. If you’re outside the U.S., the fees will be different in your country.

Generally, if you’re selling high-priced items, you want to minimize your percentage transaction costs. If you’re selling low-priced items, you want to minimize your fixed costs. Choose a payment gateway that fits your business model to get the best bang for your buck.

Subscriptions and recurring payments

If you’re offering subscriptions, memberships, installment plans, or similar types of payment models with multiple transactions, you’ll need a payment gateway that supports automatic recurring payments. Recurring payment support is one of those indispensable features that create positive customer experiences. But, because of the additional security measures associated with storing customer payment information, not all payment gateways are designed to support these payment models.

Many major WooCommerce payment gateways like Square, Stripe, PayPal, and Amazon Pay have payment features or flexibilities that include setting up automatic recurring payments and managing subscriptions. WooCommerce users also have the option of using the platform’s recurring payments plugin, WooCommerce Subscriptions, for monthly clubs, weekly service subscriptions, or yearly software billing packages. The premium extension supports both automatic and manual types of recurring payments. While manual payments require customers to log into your store, all payment gateway extensions can be used by customers to renew their subscription. Not all extensions support automatic renewal, but here is a list of those that do.

Integrated vs Hosted Payment Forms

Your customers are going to pay for their purchases through your gateway regardless of where the transaction takes place. An integrated gateway performs all of the information collection and authorization on your website (on WooCommerce this typically happens on a page like yourstore.com/checkout/), while a hosted payment form takes the customer offsite to complete their transaction (such as yourstore.paymentgateway.com) before sending them back to your site to view a confirmation page.

PCI Compliance

Whether your payment gateway is integrated or hosted, it needs to be secure. Your customers’ data and your business’s livelihood depends on the safety of your gateway. Most payment processing services comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS). These information security requirements apply to all organizations that handle credit card transactions. But don’t assume that a payment gateway is in compliance. Check the gateway’s compliance page to find out their PCI Service Provider level. Level 1 is the most stringent.

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