The ordering functionality can be extended by either letting or requiring that your customers pay for their orders at the time they place them.
You can turn on the payment functionality using the Enable Payment option found by going to Settings > Ordering and scrolling down to the Payment section.
By default, payments will be required. To make them optional, you can enable the Pay-In-Store Option option.
You can set the currency for your orders by going to the Basic area of the Settings page and using the Currency, Currency Symbol and Currency Symbol Locations there.
You have the option of choosing either PayPal or Stripe as your payment gateway.
With this option, customers are redirected to PayPal to complete their order. Make sure you have the IPN and auto return correctly set up in your PayPal account, so guests can be brought back to your site after placing their order.
With Stripe, a credit card checkout form is embedded directly in your ordering cart, allowing guests to complete the purchase on your site. For this to work, you need to create secret and publishable keys in your Stripe account and enter them in the Stripe Live Secret and Stripe Live Publishable fields on the Settings > Ordering page.
We also provide an option to place Stripe checkout in test mode, so you can check to make sure the process is set up and working correctly. No payments will be processed while test mode is on. For this mode to work, you’ll need to enter your test API keys in the Stripe Test Secret and Stripe Test Publishable fields on the Settings > Ordering page.
For an explanation and visual of all ordering payment options available, please see the following video: