Gateway Settings

Gateway Settings

You can specify some default gateway settings on this tab.

Accept Cards: You can select which card types you want to appear on the checkout form.  This does not apply to PayPal Standard, PayPal Express checkout or Mijireh Checkout.  You will need to select the accepted card types in your account there.

Use SSL: By selecting this option, the checkout page will automatically redirect from an HTTP version to an HTTPS version.  You MUST have an SSL certificate properly installed on your site in order for this to work correctly.  You also need to make sure that all of your resources, such as images, stylesheets, etc. are accessed via HTTPS.

PayPal Sandbox: If you want to run test transactions with either Paypal Standard, PayPal Express Checkout or PayPal Website Payments Pro, you can enable the PayPal Sandbox option here.  NOTE: You must have sandbox credentials in the PayPal Express Checkout and PayPal Pro section in order for this to work correctly.


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Mijireh Checkout

Mijireh Checkout saves you money and gives you peace of mind by allowing you to use your payment gateway on their secure PCI compliant servers. The only thing required to connect your site to Mijireh is an access key.  You can enter that on this tab.  All other settings for Mijireh are handled in your Mijireh account.


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PayPal Standard

PayPal Email: Set the email address of your PayPal Seller account.  If you are using the Sandbox option to test, enter in the email address associated with your Sandbox account.

Default Currency: You can set the default currency for the PayPal transaction by selecting it from the list.  If the currency you are looking for is not in this list, Cart66 does not support it.

Shopping URL: You can set a URL for the customer to return to your site when they are on the PayPal site.  This could be your store home page, or a specific product page.

Return URL: This is the URL you want your users to return to after they have completed a purchase.  You will want to have the [clear_cart] shortcode on this page to remove the items from the cart and reset the session.

Notification URL: This is not a setting and is set automatically based on your site URL and the location of the IPN page.  This URL cannot be changed.

Custom PayPal Standard Image: You can enter in a custom URL here for the PayPal image on the checkout page.

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PayPal Express Checkout & PayPal Website Payments Pro

API Credentials: You will need to enter in your API Username, API Password and API Signature here.  If you are using PayPal’s Sandbox to test your site, enter the Sandbox credentials here and turn on the Sandbox settings in the main gateway settings.  When you go live with your site, replace these credentials with your live account credentials and turn off the Sandbox setting.

Custom PayPal Express Image: You can enter a custom URL her for the PayPal image on the checkout page.

Require PayPal Account: You can turn off the requirement for users to have a PayPal account in order to checkout.  Disabling this allows a customer to checkout with just a credit card through PayPal’s website.

Disable Landing Page: If you require an account, you can send your customers directly to the login page instead of the billing/account creation page with this option.

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Other Gateways

Authorize.net: For Authorize.net, you will need your API Login ID and Transaction Key.  If you want to use Authorize.net in Test mode, you will need your test credentials and you need to select the Authorize.net Test Gateway option. You will also need to use the [checkout_authorizenet] shortcode on the checkout page.

Authorize.net Test: This is for running your transactions through Authorize.net’s test server.  You will need to use your Test credentials for this process.  When you are ready to go live, change these to your live credentials and set the Gateway option to Authorize.net. You will also need to use the [checkout_authorizenet] shortcode on the checkout page.

Quantum Gateway: Quantum Gateway uses Authorize.net emulation to process payments.  You will need to make sure this is enabled in your account and you will need to provide your API Login ID and Transaction key for this.  You will also need to use the [checkout_authorizenet] shortcode on the checkout page.

eWay: You just need your eWay customer ID in order to use connect to eWay.  If you want to use the eWay sandbox, just turn that on here and enter in yoru Sandbox Customer ID.  You will also need to use the [checkout_eway] shortcode on the checkout page. NOTE: This only works with eWay AU at this time.

Merchant Warrior: To use Merchant Warrior, you need to select your currency, and enter in your credentials.  If you want to use the Merchant Warrior test mode, just turn it on here and add in your Test mode credentials. You will also need to use the [checkout_mwarrior] shortcode on the checkout page.

PayLeap: The PayLeap integration requires an API Username and Transaction Key.  If you want to use PayLeap test mode you can enable that here.  You will need your PayLeap test mode credentials.  You will also need to use the [checkout_payleap] shortcode on the checkout page.

Stripe: The Stripe integration requires an API Key.  If you want to use Stripe test mode you can enable that here.  You will need your Stripe test mode credentials.  You will also need to use the [checkout_stripe] shortcode on the checkout page.

Other:  If your payment gateway supports Authorize.net emulation, you can use your gateway with Cart66.  You will just need to enter in your API Login ID, transaction key and the emulation URL used to connect your site to your gateway.  NOTE:  This only works with gateways that support Authorize.net emulation.

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