Stripe Connect

Stripe Connect allows you to charge transaction fees / commision for each subsite in your network.

In order to use Stripe Connect add-on you will need to have WordPress Multisite networking activated and SSL Certificate (https:// protocol) on your site (on the back-end as well as on the front-end ). After you have active Multisite network, make sure that Tickera plugin and Stripe Connect add-on are network activated then navigate to Network Admin > Dashboard > Tickera to configure the  Stripe Connect:

Network Admin Setup

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Now you have to input (To get Secret key and Application client id you have to login to your Stripe account)

1. Secret key - Dashboard > API Keys

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2. Application client id - Here (In Website URL and Redirect URL put the URL of your main site)

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3. Commision Rate (%) - Set a number between 1 and 100. Decimals allowed.

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Subsite Setup

Navigate to Subsite > Dashboard > Tickera > Settings > Payment Gateway and turn on Stripe (that's actually the part of the website your client will see)

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1. Stripe Mode - When in live mode Stripe recommends you have an SSL certificate setup for the site where the checkout form will be displayed.

2. Stripe API Credentials - Login to the Stripe account, fill in necessary information and authorize access to account from Network Admin - Connect with Stripe

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3. Currency - Selecting a currency other than that used for your store may cause problems at checkout.

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Collected fees - you can find if you navigate to Stripe > Collected Fees

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And Payment information you can find if you navigate to Stripe > Payments

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