Before installing, check out the system requirements. Note that you’ll need ssl for live forms.
Once installed, head to the Simple Pay dashboard located on the sidebar.
From there, you’ll need to link your:
- Test secret key
- Test Publishable key
- Live secret key
- Live Publishable key
All of which can be found inside your Stripe account dashboard. Once entered, head to the default settings and configure the defaults.
Setting up forms is done via shortcodes. Here’s a handy guide on what shortcode options you can configure. Most default settings can be overridden via shortcode settings anyways.
Paste the shortcode inside any wysiwyg field(it could be a post, a page, anything) and you should see the blue Stripe button on the frontend.
That’s all to it. With the Pro version, you can also setup recurrent payment forms and many more things.