Payment Terminal WordPress

Overview Payment Terminal WordPress allows you to have a quick & easy credit card payment terminal for your clients processed by on your wordpress site. Installation and configuration of the script takes less than 5 minutes (however you do need to have SSL and account).


There are several options to pay.

– customers can select service from a list

– customers can input price themselves

– customers can be directed to pay for particular service

– customers can be directed to payment page with pre-set amount


You need to generate button (with many different options/settings available to select from) and then you can place it anywhere on your wordpress site, in page or in post. We’ve also included a widget area, which accepts button code too, so you can use widget to place same button.

Server Requirements

These are the system requirements in order to use Payment Terminal WordPress. If you are unsure whether your server meets these requirements, contact your hosting company.


– WordPress site (3.3+)


– account


– SSL certificate ( if you don’t have one, you can purchase it here. After purchasing certificate you will need to contact your hosting provider or server administrator to install the certificate for you)


– cURL must be enabled



Installation is really easy. All you need to do is login to your wordpress site as admin, go to plugins and add new plugin:

Step 1: Plugins -> Add New


Step 2: Select “upload” link


Step 3: Now, click “choose file”, select the ZIP archive which you downloaded from CodeCanyon and then click INSTALL NOW.


Step 4: After upload finishes you will see below screen. Press “activate plugin”:

You will now see a new menu item in main wordpress navigation on the left side :

Installation complete! Proceed to configuration section.

Note: You can also upload plugin in the old-fashioned way, through the FTP, by uploading plugin folder (authorize_net_payment_terminal) to your wordpress plugins folder (inside the wp-content folder).



Right after the installation – you will need to configure your Payment Terminal

WordPress by clicking “Authorize.Net Payment Terminal” -> “Settings” menu item:


You will then see license key page. You need to enter your CODECANYON USERNAME and

ITEM PURCHASE CODE for our product.

(Click here to read how to get item purchase code)


When finished entering username and license key (=item purchase code) – click “Save License Key”

You will then be presented with following screen.


Since version 1.3 (released on November 13, 2015) you will see 1 more additional setting below the “Admin Notification Email” – “Enable reCaptcha”


If you’d like to enable google reCaptcha on payment page – just click on enable checkbox and then enter your recaptcha site key and secret key which you can get from your account.



When you’ll click on “Authorize.Net Payment Terminal” menu item – you will land on the default dashboard of our plugin, which shows you basic information of 15 latest transactions on your site.


The blue button at the end of the screen will take you to all transactions.



Services are quick way of storing some pre-defined charge templates for your button generator. When you will be creating your buttons in next section – you will see that you can select services which you already created in this section.



Button Generator




At the moment, there is no automatic plugin update from within wordpress administration for this product.


To update to the latest version (when you receive a notification from codecanyon for example)

– you just need to download the file from codecanyon downloads area, then reupload all the files through FTP (please use FTP client, something like FileZilla will work just fine * Filezilla- ). Alternatively, you can upload the plugin zip folder through wordpress plugins section.


If you will deactivate and delete the plugin through wp admin area and then upload new one also through wp admin area – that will work as well, however, please note that all settings and widgets will be dropped, and you will need to edit those again. Buttons and Services will stay intact though, but copy/paste the API information before removing plugin – as it will be wiped out and you’ll need to re-enter it once new version installed & activated.


FAQ & Common Errors

You can find all the frequently asked questions and common errors/solutions in this section

Technical Support

We provide courtesy support for all our products to our valued customers within 48-72 hours after receiving the request through our support ticketing system. Each purchase comes with 6 months support time. After that – you may either purchase extended support through the marketplace or purchase premium support with us.

If you need any help regarding the installation of the script or any other question please read through respective product documentation first and if solution is not found – open support ticket (please note, you will need to register account and you will be required to provide your license key (item purchase code) during the registration process, which will then be validated through CodeCanyon API. If your support period has expired you may either extend it with Envato or purchasepremium support from us).

Please note that we do not provide support by email. Any email related to support and not to pre-sales questions will be replied to after any other support tickets are resolved and in general will be directed to open a ticket, since we need to validate your purchase/support period validity.

For more details about our support policy and terms of service (including what is and is not included in Basic Support) click here.

Our business hours are Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 6:00pm (EST), and support is provided only at that time. Upon opening a ticket, we make it our goal to respond within 48-72 hours, however depending on the issue you’re having it may take a bit longer, but in any case we will address the issue within specified period of time with at least “resolution time” in reply.


v1.3 (13 November 2015)

– added reCaptcha

– fixed widget compatibility with WordPress 4.3


v1.2 (1 July 2015)

– recurring subscriptions fix

– added customerIP address to one-time payments

– fixed AnetApi/xml/v1/schema/AnetApiSchema.xsd:length error

– added fix for admin transactions sync

– updated prettyPhoto library to v3.1.6 (security patch)


v1.1 (16 December 2014)

– fixed issue with payment description and customer name not passing

– replaced all mysql_ queries with proper wordpress db queries

– replaced mail() function with native wp_mail() for all notifications

– added “thank you message” from settings to the emails and on thank you page

– replaced the_editor() with wp_editor()

– all undefined variables / deprecated messages fixed


v1.0.1 (11 July 2014)

– address bug fix for recurring profiles (now address is properly passed to ARB)

– one-time payment address fix

– test mode bug fix


v1.0 (27 June 2014)

– initial version released

Sources, Credits, Appreciation

We’ve used the following images, icons or other files as listed.


– FontAwesome library –
– jQuery Library –
– jQuery prettyPhoto –
– jQuery Spectrum colorpicker by Brian Grinstead
– Roboto Font by Christian Robertson
– jQuery UI Library –
– jQuery Tools –


Once again, thank you so much for purchasing our product and we hope you will enjoy using it!

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Published: March 12, 2016 Updated: January 15, 2020

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