One of the most important features on your website is the possibility to sell your Art. For your customers to be able to shop on your website, you need to set up Payment Gateways. In this article, we would like to provide you with the list of the available Payment Gateways, walk you through the process of setting them up and provide information for some common troubleshooting steps.
If you would like to accept credit cards on your website, you’ll need to use one of the Payment Gateways. At the moment there are two different options available to set up as Payment Gateways on your website: Stripe and Authorize.net. Additionally, you can use PayPal as a payment method, but you should have also enabled one of the Payment Gateways (Stripe or Authorize.net), to be able to accept credit cards as well.
ART STOREFRONTS RECOMMENDATION
Art Storefronts offers several different payment gateway options, but we strongly suggest using Stripe in the beginning because they are the easiest and fastest to set up. You may choose to use another payment gateway, but it may slow down your work flow and cause you to delay launching your Art Storefronts site.
AVAILABLE PAYMENT METHODS
|Stripe is the first option for a Payment Gateway that we recommend. This company allows you to accept credit cards and is our preferred Payment Gateway as the easiest to set up.|
|The next is Authorize.net which also allows you to accept Credit Cards. We generally find this to be a great option for ASF users who live in countries other than the U.S. and Canada.|
If you would like to accept PayPal transactions on your website, ASF allows that possibility. PayPal will work alongside either of the vendors above, and provide an additional payment option on your site.