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Payment Methods

In Standard Mode, you can set up two different payment methods : the payment gateway and the partial payment tool. You can decide to activate one, the other, or both.

Setup the Payment Gateway

Enable the Wallet payment gateway if you want the wallet to be accessible like all other regular payment methods. It isn’t mandatory and you can decide to only use the partial payment feature.
If you decide to activate the Wallet Payment Gateway, you need to set it up. You can do so by going to WooRewards → Gateway. You will see the following options :



Let’s review the different options available and see in detail what they do :

  • Enable/Disable : Enable or disable the payment gateway
  • Title : Title of the gateway. This title is displayed in the checkout page.
  • Description : Description of the gateway. This description is displayed in the checkout page.
  • Instructions : Instructions on how to use the gateway.
  • Not logged user message : Only logged on users can use their wallet ( Guests can’t pay with the wallet). This message will be displayed if the used isn’t logged in.
  • Show balance : Check the box if you want to display the customer’s wallet balance in the gateway.
  • Show icon : Show the wallet icon on the gateway.
  • Allow subscription payment : Define if you allow the use of the virtual wallet to pay for subscriptions (only with the WooCommerce Subscriptions plugin)
  • Hide if not allowed : If the customer can’t pay with his wallet credit, the normal behavior is to display a message explaining why he can’t. If you check that box, the gateway will be hidden instead of displaying a message.
  • Apply as a discount :
    By default, orders paid with virtual wallet money will be included in WooCommerce’s net sales amounts. If applied as a discount, order total is lowered to zero and is counted for nothing in monthly results.

Setup the Partial Payment

The partial payment tool allows your customers to discount a part of the order by using their wallet credit. If used, partial payment will always be considered as a discount in WooCommerce orders.
To set up the partial payment, go to WooVirtualWallet → Settings → Partial Payment.

 

 

There are different options that you can set in that part :

  • Enable partial payment : Decide if you want to enable the partial payment or not
  • Limit partial payment to a percentage of cart total : If set, customers won’t be able to pay for more than this percentage when using their wallet credit on an order.
  • Orders status for partial payment refund : Select the order statuses for which you want to refund the wallet credit used to pay for the order.

 

The partial payment tool needs to be displayed on the cart page, the checkout page or both in order to be used by customers. In order to do that, go to WooVirtualWallet → Settings → Appearance.

 

 

You will find here different options to set up the tool :

  • Cart Display : Decide where you want to display the partial payment tool on the cart page.
  • Reload cart page after amount modification : By default, the cart is updated if you click the Apply button. However, some plugins prevent the update to run smoothly. In that case, checking that page will force the page to reload to get a correct result.
  • Checkout Display : Decide where you want to display the partial payment tool on the checkout page.
  • Reload checkout page after amount modification : By default, the checkout is updated if you click the Apply button. However, some plugins prevent the update to run smoothly. In that case, checking that page will force the page to reload to get a correct result.
  • Subtotal row header : Enter the header that will be displayed in WooCommerce’s subtotals part.
  • Styling tool : Change how the partial payment tool is displayed to customers. Select the elements you want to change or simply enter CSS rules.
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