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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!
Does anyone know if it is possible to make a payment through a custom gateway from outside the WHMCS system?
I want to let users pay with a credit card using my custom payment gateway through my own website rather than the WHMCS website, since the API does not have any function built in for payment of invoices from the remote API I was going to try and reference the payment gateway file directly. Is there a clean way to pass through the variables that the payment gateway is looking for or should I $_POST the variables and then just overwrite whatever the gateway file is looking for so that I don't need to change the gateway code that currently functions?
Not sure if I will have to manually run the remote API command to AddInvoicePayment to the system depending on whether it is processed or not.
Thinking about it like that could this be seen as a functional way of completing a payment?
If someone has a cleaner/simpler solution I'd be happy to hear it?
Thanks in advance
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