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How do I process credit cards through my website or custom application?

Choosing the Right E-Commerce solution for your Website

There are several options for accepting payments from your website.  Answering following questions will help you determine which option best fits your needs:

Hosted Payments

  • You would like to add a "Buy Now" or "Add to Cart" payment button next to each products, or you would like to add a "Pay Now" or "Make a Donation" payment buttons for your customers to pay you online. 
  • You plan to sell approximately 30 or less products online through your website. (Note: There are no additional costs or actual size limits to the number of products Hosted Payments can support; the preceding is merely a suggestion).
  • You do not currently have a shopping cart or SSL certificate installed on your website.
  • You do not have a web developer, and you have been responsible for creating you website in HTML using a program such as Dreamweaver, or Notepad.

PayJunction API Connection 

  • You are using, or you plan to use a 3rd party shopping cart, like:3D Cart, osCommerce, Zen Cart, Miva Cart, etc.
  • You have a web developer that has experience with programing languages such as PHP, ASP, C#/.NET, Perl, etc.
  • You plan to sell 30 products or more on your website.
  • You have specific shipping requirements for your products. For example, shipping prices at the time of checkout for UPS/FedEx/USPS.

Hosted Payments

Payment Button / Button Generator

PayJunction’s SSL secure hosted checkout solution allows you to enable secure online payments to your website in a matter of minutes.

The following support articles will also be helpful while working with Hosted Payments:

PayJunction API Connection

API / POS / Shopping Carts

Please Note: It is important for your website to always be as secure as possible.

The following articles include information that will help ensure that you are following our recommended practices:

  1. Protecting your Website and Payment Applications from Man-In-The-Middle-Attacks
  2. PayJunction Security Requirements and Best Practices for Merchants and Developers