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Pronamic Pay

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The Pronamic Pay plugin adds payment methods like iDEAL, Bancontact, credit card and more to your WordPress site for a variety of payment providers.

A license entitles you to 1 year of updates and support. Price excluding VAT.

Pronamic Pay

Pronamic Pay is the most complete payment plugin for WordPress available. Accept payments through iDEAL and creditcard in WordPress. iDEAL is the most popular payment method in the Netherlands, so if you want to start with e-commerce in the Dutch market: you’ll need iDEAL. The plugin also supports the Bancontact payment method, which is commonly used in Belgium. With over 175,000 downloads, the plugin has proven itself as a reliable WordPress solution to use for your payments. Pronamic has many years of experience in WordPress theme and plugin development and offers professional support.

Key benefits

  • Quickly add and edit payment provider configurations
  • Easily execute required iDEAL tests with custom amounts
  • Automatic status updates in WordPress of webshop orders
  • Continually updated to support the latest e-commerce plugins
  • Built-in generation of required security certificates
  • Works with all popular WordPress e-commerce plugins
  • Easily switch between different payment providers
  • Reliable payment solution, with over 100,000 downloads

Supported payment providers

The actual financial transaction will be processed by the payment provider. You’ll need an account with an payment provider to be able to actually receive payments. The providers charge a small transaction fee for processing the transaction and some providers require a paid subscription. The uniqueness of our plugin is that it facilitates integration with dozens of payment providers, which means freedom of choice and the possibility to switch at anytime without hassle.

Provider Name
ABN AMRO ABN AMRO – iDEAL Zelfbouw (v3)
Adyen Adyen (Pro license required for Adyen add-on)
Buckaroo Buckaroo – HTML
Deutsche Bank Deutsche Bank – iDEAL Expert (v3)
EMS EMS – e-Commerce
Fibonacci ORANGE Fibonacci ORANGE
ICEPAY ICEPAY
iDEAL Simulator iDEAL Simulator – iDEAL Professional / Advanced / Zelfbouw (v3)
ING ING – iDEAL Basic
ING ING – iDEAL Advanced (v3)
ING ING – iDEAL Kassa Compleet
Mollie Mollie
MultiSafepay MultiSafepay – Connect
Ingenico/Ogone Ingenico/Ogone – DirectLink
Ingenico/Ogone Ingenico/Ogone – OrderStandard
Pay.nl Pay.nl
Rabobank Rabobank – OmniKassa 2.0
Rabobank Rabobank – iDEAL Professional (v3)
Sisow Sisow
TargetPay TargetPay – iDEAL

Supported WordPress e-commerce plugins

The configuration for the payment provider can be used in a lot of supported e-commerce plugins. The Pronamic Pay plugin adds payment methods to the below listed plugins, so the payments can be processed through your payment provider of choice. The Pronamic Pay plugin is the missing link between the payments providers and WordPress e-commerce plugins.

 

Name Author WordPress.org GitHub Requires at least Tested up to
Charitable Studio 164a WordPress.org GitHub 1.3 1.4.0
Easy Digital Downloads Pippin Williamson WordPress.org GitHub 1.8.6 2.6.6
Event Espresso 3 GitHub 3.1.24 3.1.35.P
Event Espresso 3 Lite WordPress.org GitHub 3.1.29.1.L 3.1.35.L
Event Espresso 4 GitHub 4.4.7.p 4.9.7.p
Event Espresso 4 Decaf WordPress.org GitHub 4.4.4.decaf 4.4.4.decaf
Formidable Forms WordPress.org GitHub 2.0.22 2.0.22
Give WordPress.org GitHub 1.3.6 1.5.2
Gravity Forms Rocketgenius 1.6 2.2.1.2
Gravity Forms AWeber Add-On Rocketgenius 1.4.2 1.4.2
Gravity Forms Campaign Monitor Add-On Rocketgenius 2.5.1 2.5.1
Gravity Forms MailChimp Add-On Rocketgenius 2.4.1 2.4.1
Gravity Forms User Registration Add-On Rocketgenius 1.8 1.8
Gravity Forms Zapier Add-On Rocketgenius 1.4.2 1.4.2
iThemes Exchange iThemes WordPress.org GitHub 1.7.14 1.35.9
Jigoshop Jigoshop WordPress.org GitHub 1.1 1.12
MemberPress Caseproof, LLC 1.2.4 1.2.4
Membership 2 WPMUDEV.org WordPress.org 3.4.4.1 4.0.0.7
Membership Premium WPMUDEV.org GitHub 3.4.6 3.5.1.3
Ninja Forms The WP Ninjas GitHub 3.3.15 3.4.9
s2Member® WebSharks, Inc. WordPress.org GitHub 130816 160801
Shopp Ingenesis Limited WordPress.org GitHub 1.1 1.3.5
WooCommerce WooThemes WordPress.org GitHub 2.1.0 3.0.6
WP e-Commerce Instinct Entertainment WordPress.org GitHub 3.8.12.1 3.11.3
Crowdfunding by Astoundify Astoundify WordPress.org 1.8.2 1.8.2
ClassiPress AppThemes 3.3.1 3.3.3
JobRoller AppThemes 1.7.1
Vantage AppThemes 1.3.2
Campaignify Astoundify 1.5

Installation

You’ll receive a download link per e-mail for your purchase. Just unpack the ZIP file and place the ‘pronamic-ideal’ directory in the /wp-content/plugins/ directory of your WordPress installation. The plugin can be activated through the Plugins page in the WordPress dashboard. The support license key should be entered in the plugin settings, via the menu item iDEAL » Settings.

Are there any known plugin conflicts?

Unfortunately WordPress is notorious for conflicts between themes and plugins. It is unavoidable as you have no control over what other plugins and themes do. While we do take steps to avoid conflicts as best we can, we have no control over other plugins or themes.

As conflicts are found we will update this list. If you discover a conflict with a another plugin, please notify us.

Here is a list of known plugin conflicts:

  • WordPress HTTPS
    The WordPress HTTPS can conflict with the OmniKassa payment method. It can
    cause invalid signature errors. The WordPress HTTPS plugin parses the complete
    output of an WordPress website and changes ‘http’ URLs to ‘https’ URLs, this
    results in OmniKassa data that no longer matches the signature.
  • WPML
    The WPML plugin(s) can conflict with multiple gateways. A lot of the gateways use home_url( ‘/’ )` to retrieve the WordPress home URL. The WPML plugins hooks in to this function to change the home URL to the correct language URL. This can result in incorrect checksums, signatures and hashes.

Support

Please see the Getting Started manual.

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Details

Price
€49
Stable version
5.8.0
Changelog
Downloads
201.547
Last updated
8 October 2019

Support

Need help? Please be sure to read our faq and documentation. If you are still stuck you can contact support.


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