With the rise of powerful and highly customizable WordPress form builder plugins, casual WordPress users and businesses are now opting for a form builder plugin that integrates with different payment gateways over standalone plugins which offer the same feature.
One such plugin is WPForms – the best form builder plugin for WordPress. It allows you to create payment forms seamlessly on WordPress and integrate it with your site. Using WPForms, you can collect payments using Stripe or PayPal as your payment gateway. You can read more about what it can do for your site from my WPForms review.
In this article, I’ll be showing you how to create a payment form using WPForms and accept one-time or recurring/subscription payments with Stripe on WordPress.
NOTE: Your site needs an active SSL certificate and must have HTTPS enabled to use Stripe as your payment gateway.
How to accept Stripe payments in WordPress
By now, you must have realized that you need WPForms Pro to create a Stripe payment form on WordPress. If you are wondering whether it is the right choice for you, let me assure you that it is a reliable plugin and comes from the same stable as OptinMonster and MonsterInsights – two other popular WordPress plugins.
So, you can be assured of their quality and support. Oh, and if you did not find WPForms useful for your site (which won’t be the case), you can always get your money back within 14 days – thanks to their money-back guarantee.
Here are a few more features that WPForms Pro offers –
- Form landing pages
- Conversational forms
- Surveys and polls
- Electronic signature forms
- Capture partial form entries
- And more.
Apart from the above features, you can also get priority support and use the same license on five websites.
If you want to know how WPForms stacks up against other popular WordPress form builder plugins, check out my comparison –
If you need step by step instructions on how to accept Stripe payments on WordPress, I have written a detailed guide for you here – create Stripe payment forms on WordPress. Be sure to check it out and let me know if everything went well.
If something didn’t go well or you need an extra pair of hands to help you with creating or configuring the payment form, you can always get help by checking out their documentation page or opening a support ticket. What are you waiting for? Get WPForms now!