- 20 Jun 2023
Plugin integration guide
- Updated on 20 Jun 2023
Plugin Integration Guide
To integrate Zenkipay plugins with the different supported eCommerce platforms (WooCommerce, Magento, PrestaShop), you need to follow the following steps:
1 - Register an account
A Zenkipay merchant account is required to complete the integration. In the following link, you can find the steps to open your account: Open a merchant account.
2 - Site integration
Once you've registered your account, select Integration with Plugins or API option displayed on the home page.
3 - Scan your site URL
Enter the URL of your site in the text box to be able to offer you the best option based on the technology you are using.
4 - Select the platform of interest
Zenki will offer you the best option once it has scanned your site, however, you will be free to select the option that best suits your needs.
5 - Synchronize your site
Once the platform is selected, you will see a new screen where a synchronization code will be displayed (valid for 5 minutes and it will constantly be refreshing). You can also decide if you want to carry out a series of tests once your store is synchronized by enabling the test mode option, which will be reflected in step 3 of the integration flow.
Once synchronized, you will see a notification like the following and you can click "Next":
Depending on whether the test mode was left enabled, you will continue to step 3, otherwise, the flow will end here.
6 - Testing
Once your store is synchronized, you can make test purchases, which will be reflected on the following screen:
You can also skip testing if you wish and click "Next" to finish the integration flow.
6.1 - Go live
At the end of the integration flow, we will assume that you are aware of how the test mode and productive mode are enabled from the configuration of our plugin installed in your store, so we will only remind you in a confirmation dialog that you should disable it so you can actually start selling.
Enter the word "Confirm" in the text box to continue and finish the integration flow.
NOTE: This example was made with WooCommerce. However, the process is the same for any integration with an eCommerce platform (WooCommerce, PrestaShop or Magento)