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Installation in Jigoshop

Payment module for Jigoshop

With ePay’s module for Jigoshop it’s never been easier to accept payment cards in your online shop!

Jigoshop is a free plugin for WordPress which is used for e-commerce. You need to install Jigoshop before you can use ePay’s module. 

It’s easy to get started. Download the module, follow these 3 simple steps, and you’re ready to accept payment cards!
Please notice

The ePay module is developed for Jigoshop, which is an extension for WordPress. You need to install this extension before installing the ePay module. 

1. Create an ePay account

Before installing the module for Jigoshop you need an ePay test account. It’s completely free and is set up in a few minutes. When you’ve signed up, you’ll receive a test merchant number used for creating test payments.

Get a free account

Please state that you want a test account in the comment field in step 2. You can disregard all prices.

When you want to go live and accept real payments, ePay will upgrade your test account to a production account. This way you don’t have to create a new account. 

2. Install the ePay module in Jigoshop

NB: Before beginning installation please make a backup of your existing website.

Download the ePay module, and save the file to your hard drive.

Click here to download module 

Unzip the file.

Copy the file epay.php to the following folder in your WordPress installation: 

Go to \wp-content\plugins\jigoshop\jigoshop.php

Add this around line no. 81:
include_once( 'gateways/epay.php' );

Save the file.

Log in to your WordPress administration on http://yoururl/wp-admin

Go to Jigoshop -> Settings in the menu on the left. 

Choose Payment Gateways at the top, and click on ePay. Pick Yes by “Enable ePay”, and press ‘Save changes’ at the bottom of the page. 

Enter your merchant number in the field “Merchant number”. You’ve received the merchant number from ePay, and it is either a test or production merchant number.

Save the setting by pressing ‘Save Payment Gateways Changes’ at the bottom.

3. Test the payment module

It’s important that the domain from which you’re testing is registered in your ePay administration in the menu Settings -> Payment system. If the domain is not set up correctly, ePay cannot open the payment window and show it to your customers. 

To test the module, simply complete a purchase in your e-store. 

Fill in your information at checkout, and choose ePay as your payment method. Press ‘Place order’. 

Below you’ll find an example of ePay’s payment window (see image 2). You can add your own logo and company information at the top of the window. To do this, please go to Settings -> Payment window in your ePay administration.

The customers can choose between all the payment methods activated on your ePay account. When the payment is completed, and the payment window is closed, the customer is sent to an order confirmation page.

The confirmation page below is shown at successful payments.