- Connect your website to Authorize.net
Whether you intend to enable payments on your SiteWrench forms, use our Donation page part, Registration page part, or our Store, you will need to have Authorize.net set up on your SiteWrench site first.
1 - Access your Authorize.net account and generate and copy your 'API Login ID' and 'Transaction Key'. Also obtain your Public Client Key from Authorize.net.
If you are a new client working with our project team to build a website on SiteWrench and you are currently using your Authorize.net on a non-SiteWrench site, please take note: If you follow the steps to obtain a NEW Transaction Key, your existing transaction key will cease working within 24 hours, which will disable your ability to accept transactions on your current site. Please do not create a new transaction key in this scenario; instead, please tell your project team that you must create a new transaction key the day prior to your scheduled Launch date.
2 - Go to your SiteWrench site and navigate to your main Settings tab. At the top go to Tools > Payment Gateway. This is where you will enter your previously copied ID and KEY and CLIENT KEY from your actual Authorize.net account.
3 - Click the option to "Add Payment Gateway" or you may edit an existing one. Within that view, you will see the area to enter your Authorize.net values. Paste in exactly the values you copied from your Authorize.net merchant account.
4 - Select the types of card(s) that you will accept payments from. Please note, make sure your Authorize.net account is set up properly to accept American Express. Selecting this option on SiteWrench gives your clients the ability to select "AmEx" as a payment option, but if your Auth.net account is not set up to allow AmEx, their transaction will not go through.
Authorize.net has a separate step for you to allow American Express to checkout on your site. You would need to contact AMEX directly to create a Merchant ID number there. Once that’s created, you can contact your Authorize.net representative so they can add that to your portfolio. All other card types just go through the Merchant ID that Authorize.net creates for you.
5 - Use the toggle switch to turn on the option to make this your default payment gateway. If you have one payment gateway configured, this will be automatically selected as your default gateway. If you have multiple payment gateways, you can configure one of them to be the default gateway. Otherwise, SiteWrench will assume your oldest configured gateway is your primary gateway and default to that. (Within the page parts that accept payments, you can tell it to use your secondary payment gateway instead of the default.)
6. Select "Create Payment Gateway" of this is a new Gateway you're configuring; Select "Save Payment Gateway" if you are editing an existing gateway. This button exists toward the top.
1 - Access your SiteWrench admin area > Store tab > Settings > General.
2 - Scroll down and check the box to "Allow Auth.NET Checkout".
3 - Scroll to the bottom of the page and Save.
4 - If you have not yet added in your ID and KEY from Authorize.net to SiteWrench, then select the "Manage Payment Gateway Settings" button within your store. Follow the steps above to complete.
1. Access your Form page part on the page where the Form is installed or through the Page Parts Management tab.
2. Within your Form, go to the Settings tab and select the checkbox for "Enable Payments."
3. Set your base price for your form if applicable (e.g. If every form submitted costs a $25 flat fee, set the base price to $25.)
4. Select the appropriate Authorize.net account for the funds to go to. In most cases, there should be only one account to choose from.
5. Go into your Form fields and configure fields that have variable payment options, if desired. Learn more about enabling form payments.
If you have followed the steps to add your Authorize.net ID and KEY in SiteWrench, then nothing else is required. Simply install an Online Donation page part to your page of choice. Learn more about Online Donation page parts.
If you have followed the steps to add your Authorize.net ID and KEY in SiteWrench, then nothing else is required. Simply install an Online Registration page part to your page of choice. Learn more about Online Registration page parts. If you prefer to have your Online Registrations route through the Store as a Checkout option, then you must also configure your SiteWrench Store with your Payment Gateway.