How To Set Up PayPal API Key for Payment Required Features
PayPal is one of the world’s largest Internet payment companies. The company operates as a payment processor for online vendors, auction sites and other commercial users, for which it charges a fee.
- Paypal API username
- Paypal API password
- Paypal signature
Under your name, make sure your status reads: Verified. If your account isn’t verified, Paypal must verify it to start accepting PayPal gateways payments. If you are in a country where PayPal does not support accepting payments, options in your account may be limited, and you may not see API access.
To login to your Paypal and click or hover on Activity
- Then, select API access, but note that we have been informed that the PayPal Interface may slightly look different depending on the users country, so this link should take you to the API Access.
- You can also do this by hovering on your Paypal Profile and then click Account Settings.
- Then, find the “API access” line and click update: Note that if your account is ineligible, you will not find API access options
- On the next screen, choose “Manage API credentials”:
- Then select “Request API signature and hit “agree and submit”:
- Great, you have created your API credentials; click show to see them:
USING IT ON COMMERCE & COMMERCE PRO FEATURE
It will take you to the page below, scroll to the Activation form area, check the PAYPAL option, and then enter your Stripe API Keys accordingly.
USING IT ON THE E-WALLET FEATURE
- You need to, first of all, add the feature to your app and navigate to Gateways
- Click the Pencil Icon in front of PayPal.
- Change the Payment Mode to Live and fill up the box with your details. Click Save, and You are done.