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I use the Stripe gateway and standard cart. When the user clicks the "Complete Order" button to submit an order, the mouse cursor changes to the "not-allowed" state during payment processing which is the stop sign looking icon.
I find this cursor very ugly and unnecessary, because the button is already greyed out once it's clicked to avoid the risk of double submission. During peak hours it is not unusual for a gateway like Stripe to be somewhat slow, so the user often has to stare at that cursor for 3-4 seconds or even more. I don't know if it's Bootstrap, jquery js or stripe.js that changes the button on order submission, but how do I change this behavior? Either make it just the regular cursor or something like the waiting cursor.
Just wondering whether this is possible...
When using the Stripe module, if a client has a credit card token saved, when paying an invoice they are given two options:
Use existing card Use a new card If they choose to use a new card, the new card details override the existing saved credit card.
Is there a way to give the client an option to use the new card as a once-off payment and not change the saved card details?
I've got the following options ticked:
Disable Credit Card Storage Allow Client CC Removal Thanks!
I found myself in quite a mess a few days back which resulted in a complete reinstall of my WHMCS, including setting up a new database. I did the tedious work of importing invoices, logs, and tickets from an sql dump of my old database, as I couldn't import the entire sql file due to some serious errors. I used Stripe as my payment gateway. Is there a way to get my client's stripe tokens back into WHMCS so that they don't have to re-enter their credit card info for their next invoice to process?
Sidebar question: If I enable the option to disable credit card storage, will clients have to re-enter their credit card information everytime they want to pay?
Merchant account raising their rates, and I am considering migrating to Stripe from merchant account and auth.net.
Very interested in recent experience others have had with such a migration. (FWIW a couple hundred monthly clients, and in our situation, clients don't use WHMCS - it's all done by our own staff.)
Thanks - Bill
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