Enabling The FastCredit Payment Gateway In WooCommerce

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In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through the settings of the FastCredit Pro payment gateway. The plugin offers a dedicated credits payment gateway, tightly integrated with WooCommerce. We will cover how to find the FastCredit Pro payment gayeway in your WooCommerce settings, enable it, and go through each of the customizable options. Let’s dive in.


Part 1: Locating and Enabling the FastCredit Pro Plugin

At this point, you’ve installed the FastCredit Pro plugin and are eager to set it up. First, we need to locate where the FastCredit Pro payment gateway settings live within WooCommerce.

Step 1: Open your WordPress Dashboard and navigate to WooCommerce > Settings.

Step 2: Once you’re in the WooCommerce settings, click on the Payments tab.

Step 3: Scroll through your list of payment gateways until you find “FastCredit Pro.” You may wish to drag it to the top for easier access.

Step 4: To enable the FastCredit Pro payment gateway, simply click on the Enable checkbox.

Great! Your FastCredit Pro payment gateway should now be enabled.


Part 2: Navigating to FastCredit Pro Settings

Now that the gateway is enabled, you may also wish to customise some of the settings.

Step 1: On the Payments tab where you enabled FastCredit Pro, click on the plugin’s name or the Manage button next to it.

Step 2: You’ll now see the FastCredit Pro settings page.


Part 3: Customizing FastCredit Pro Options

Here, we’ll explore how to modify the title, description, and other settings to make the payment gateway work best for your store.

Step 1: On the FastCredit Pro payment gateway settings page, locate the Title field. This is the title that customers will see during checkout. The default is “Credit Purchase”, but you may wish to change it to any other title that suits your store’s branding.

Step 2: Next, find the Description field. This serves as a call to action during the checkout process. Again you may wish to leave it as is or change it according to your preference.

There is also a field for the Product Category Error Message which we discuss in a separate tutorial as it requires a more detailed explanation.


Viewing Changes on Frontend

Before concluding, you might want to check if the changes are reflected on the frontend. Simply proceed to a credit based product, add it to the cart, and go to the checkout page. Your modified title and description should now be visible under the checkout options.


Conclusion

You’ve successfully navigated the FastCredit Pro settings within WooCommerce, enabled the plugin, and customized its options. These steps are foundational in offering a credits-based payment gateway to your customers.

Should you have any further questions or need additional assistance, please feel free to contact us. We’re here to help you make the most out of FastCredit Pro.

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