Configuring Payment Systems within your eShopWritten by Brad Markle
Premium Web Builder's eShop allows you to configure not only your currency (as in US Dollars or the Euro) but also payment methods (such as money order or PayPal).
To edit these settings you'll first need to:
- Log into your Premium Builder and access "Step 4 - Edit"
- Click your eShop in the left (underneath your Site map) and then click the "Payment Systems" tab.
How can I change my eShop's currency?
The currency in your store will by default be the currency associated with the entire site (which is set in "step 3 - Pages" in "Site regional and language options" settings).
To change your site's currency:
- Click "Change Currency Settings" to the right.
- Choose your desired currency from the list shown
- Configure the optional symbols that may go to the left and / or right of the amount.
Please note that you'll want to make sure the currency you select is supported by all of your eShop's payment gateways.
How can I modify my payment methods?
Eshop provides many ways your customers can pay you. The two main ways are either offline payments or online payments.
Online payments allow your customers to pay you via their credit card.
Offline payments are payment options other than credit card, such as cash on delivery or check / money orders.
To see a list of payment options you can choose, look beneath the "Selected currency" heading within the "Payment Systems" tab. To choose a specific payment method, place a check in the check box to the left of the name and enter the required information to the right of your selection. Most payment gateways that allow your customers to pay by credit card, such as Authorize.net or BluePay, but require that you have an account setup with them first. During your setup process, you'll be giving a code (sometimes referred to as a key or id). You'll need this information to complete setting up several of the payment options on this screen. If you're unsure as to what to enter, please consult with your payment gateway.
Please check the next article on Configuring Shipping Methods in eShop. If you missed our previous article, please see the Changing your eShop Catalog's Appearance tutorial. For more information on this course please visit Creating an Online Store - eShop