WordPress MicroPayments (CMMP) - Getting Started - Stripe Configuration and Stripe Payout

Stripe Configuration

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Starting from version 1.5.0, WordPress MicroPayments supports Stripe Payout. To use it, you must:

  • Add your credentials to the plugin
  • Use the shortcode [cm_micropayment_points_to_stripe] on any page 

Learn more below.

What You Need From Stripe

Note that these steps depend on Stripe and may change. If you think this section is out of date, please contact us.

  1. Create a free Stripe account. You'll get access to test API Keys
  2. Head to your profile and fetch your account ID

    Stripe Account ID - WordPress Wallet Plugin
    Stripe Account ID
  3. Head to the API Keys page and fetch the "Publishable key" and "Secret Key".

    Stripe API keys - WordPress Point System
    Stripe API keys
  4. Confirm your email and activate your account to get access to live keys. You'll find them in the same screen.

Finding the Settings

Go to the Admin Dashboard → CM Micropayment Platform → Settings.

Navigation to the plugin settings - Points and Rewards Plugin
Navigation to the plugin settings

Then select Stripe.

Heading to the tab with Stripe integration settings - WordPress User Wallet Credit System
Heading to the tab with Stripe integration settings
Stripe integration settings - WordPress MicroPayments
Stripe integration settings
  • Test Mode - Choose if you are in live or test mode.
  • Points to currency ratio - For example, inputting "10" means that each 10 points are worth 1 currency unit. So 50 points would be $5.
  • Stripe email - Your account email.

Add the keys to the respective fields below. 

  • Live Publishable key / Secret key / ID- Add the live keys here.
  • Test Publishable key / Secret key / ID - Add the test keys here.

Applying the Shortcode

Add the shortcode [cm_micropayment_points_to_stripe] to any page, as shown:

Adding the shortcode to the page - WordPress Wallet Plugin
Adding the shortcode to the page

And you'll have access to the Stripe Payment:

Result of the shortcode - WordPress Point System
Result of the shortcode

Adding Connect Button

Add the parameter connectbutton to the shortcode to help users connect with Stripe. It will include a message and the link.

'Connect with Stripe' link - Points and Rewards Plugin
'Connect with Stripe' button

Shortcode with the attribute:

[cm_micropayment_points_to_stripe connectbutton="1"]

Translating Text on the Front-End

The plugin has three translatable labels related to Stripe.

Plugin labels related to Stripe support - WordPress User Wallet Credit System
Plugin labels related to Stripe support

To learn more, check: Getting Started - Labels (Choosing The Point Name, Translating The Text Users See)

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