The Sage Pay payment gateway will allow your attendees/registrants to pay for their event registration using the own bank account.
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This payment gateway is a plugin for WordPress and can be installed through your WP dashboard (WP-admin).
Download the latest version of the Sage Pay payment gateway for Event Espresso 4 from your Event Espresso account.
Then login to your WordPress dashboard (WP-admin) and go to Plugins. Next, click on Add New –> Upload and browse to the plugin on your computer. Then select the zip file and begin the upload process. Wait for the plugin to upload and then click on Activate.
Locate your Credentials for Sage Pay
Your credentials for Sage Pay will be assigned by Sage Pay support. You’ll be provided with your Vendor name. This information can be entered in the payment methods page for Event Espresso within your WP dashboard and then click on the Update Settings button. You’ll then be ready to accept payments on your site.
Note: If you need to test Sage Pay, then you can enable debug mode through the payment method screen. Also, be sure to whitelist your web server’s IP address via the test area for MySagePay. There is a separate login area for MySagePay for testing. After you are finishing testing, be sure to turn debug mode off and save changes.
How to add your web servers IP address to your ‘Valid IPs’ list
In order to use Sage Pay, the IP Address that the payment request is being made from needs to be added to a list of ‘Valid IPs’ within your Sage Pay account. To set this up you will need both the ‘Public IP Address’ and ‘Subnet Mask’ of your web server, your hosting provider will be able to provide you with these details, you can then follow these steps:
1) Log into your Sage Pay account
2) Click on Settings -> Valid IPs
3) Click the ‘Add’ button on the bottom right of the form.
Setup and Configuration
An account with Sage Pay is needed to accept payments via Sage Pay.
A dedicated SSL certificate is recommended to make registration checkout and other areas of your website more secure.
Login to your WP-admin (WP Dashboard) and go to Event Espresso –> General Settings –> Payment Methods. Once on the Payment Methods screen, click on Sage Pay and click on the button to activate the payment method.
Below are the available fields and explanations for each field.
Name – This is the name of the payment method.
Description – This description is shown during registration checkout.
Admin-Only Name – This is a name of the payment method that will only be shown in the WP Dashboard (WP-admin).
Admin-Only Description – This description is used only in the WP Dashboard (WP-admin).
Debug Mode On? – Enables debugging for this payment method. It should be off (set to no) on a live/production site.
Open by Default? – This sets this payment method to be pre-selected on the registration checkout page.
Sage Pay Vendor Name – This credential is needed to process payments and can be found in your Sage Pay account.
Credit Card Types – These settings determine the cards types you will accept through the gateway.
PMD Order – The value (number) can be used to sort or arrange this payment option. A lower value means that it should appear first during registration checkout.
Button URL – This is the URL to the image that will be used during the payment process of registration checkout.
Alternative Button URL: http://ee-screenshots.s3.amazonaws.com/2015/07/sagepay-default-logo.png
Usable From? – Select where this payment method should be available for use. This payment method cannot process payments through the WP-admin (WP Dashboard).
Update Settings – Click this button after making any changes to your payment method.
Deactivate Payment Method – Click this button to deactivate this payment method.
Optional Settings that can be turned On
If you would like to make these optional then please see this link: https://gist.github.com/lorenzocaum/4199c5d74eaa73b60600
The changes in the link above are suggested if you will be having registrations where your attendees/registrants may be from a country that does not use a state/province and/or a postal/zip code.
The Sage Pay payment gateway will let you accept payments via major credit or debit cards such as Visa, MasterCard and American Express.
This is an onsite payment gateway which means that attendees/registrants will process their payment on your site.
An account with Sage Pay is needed to accept payments via the Sage Pay gateway.
I configured Sage Pay and payments are not being processed. Can you help?
Double-check your credentials and ensure that there is no extra spacing before or after the credentials in the payment methods page of Event Espresso.
Check you have added your servers public IP address to your ‘Valid IPs’ within your Sage Pay account and that this is the correct IP address, you may need to contact your hosting provider to confirm this.
How can I setup a recurring payment or subscription through Sage Pay?
Recurring or subscription payments are not currently supported in the Sage Pay payment gateway.
When I refund a payment, does it also refund through Sage Pay?
Refunds in Event Espresso 4 are currently a two step process. First, apply the refund through the transactional details screen of Event Espresso in your WP-admin (WP dashboard). Then login to your Sage Pay account and process the refund.
Is an SSL certificate needed for Sage Pay?
A dedicated SSL certificate is recommended if you are accepting payments on your website.
Do I need to be PCI compliant?
Compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) is required if you are processing, storing, or transmitting credit card data. Event Espresso recommends using a dedicated SSL certificate on your website.
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