Woo Braintree Payment – screenshots

Basic options

UI card form customization
How to customize your checkout card form by setting whatever payment method name and description that suit your website design. However, we recommend you to stick to something that makes your customers feeling safe when they choose to pay using this method.
Testing on Sandbox
How to enable the sandbox mode and what credentials should be set in order to make it work.
Production mode
How to enable the production mode and what credentials should be set in order to make it work.
PCI Compliance badge
This badge may appear right under the card checkout form
Reset settings
In case you want to start with a fresh configuration you may initialize the factory default settings

Custom card

Card validation
How to set the plug-in to validate the card information on the client-side
The card validation just checks if the card number and its CCV has a certain pattern according with the VISA, American Express, JCB, MasterCard, Maestro, Diners Club and Discover card companies.
CCV Validation
How to enabled/disable the CCV validation option
This screenshot shows how the checkout card form looks with or without the CCV (aka CVC, CSC, etc) field.
Accepted Cards
Your customers are advice what cards your web shop welcomes and what it does not
You can define which card brands are accepted and which are not. In conjunction with Card validation you get an additional layer which allows you, independently of the Braintree account settings, to specify which cards are welcome.
Display Card Icons
By setting this option the customer will see a card icon badge on the checkout payment form corresponding to those cards set on the Accepted Cards option.
Customize card CSS
Here you can see how to apply a CSS style to each element of the card checkout form
Card icon position
This allows you to set the card badge position by swapping its position with the Braintree badge.
Display Braintree badge
You may show/hide the Braintree badge. We recommend you to leave this option ON.
Braintree badge URI
How to change the Braintree badge shown on your card checkout form

Enhanced options

Additional Merchant ID
How to set your additional merchant IDs. Here an example for how I set my EUR,USD,SEK and HUF accounts.
How the Braintree's Merchant Accounts panel looks like. You find here your additional merchant account ID designed for each different currency,
Card statement descriptor
A descriptor is what your customers will see on their statement when they make a purchase through your website.
Submit for Settlement
This shows how to set the plug-in to settle automatically the sale transaction funds. You can however settle any transaction manually in the Braintree Control Panel.
This shows the Braintree transactions where some are settled (the money are probably in your account) while the other are only authorized. When it is authorized only the customer bank puts hold on the funds but it doesn’t take any funds out just yet.
Debug Mode
By clicking the log path you are redirected to the log viewer. If you want to flush to log just click the "Clear" button.
Card regex patterns
By validating the card on client browser it reduces the unnecessary round trips to the Braintree gateway

PayPal button

PayPal payment
A typical PayPal payment instead of a card payment
A typical integration of a PayPal button with a checkout card form.
PayPal button label
How to customize the label shown above the PayPal button
PayPal button opacity
The opacity effect definitely tells your customer that PayPal is merely an alternative and not the preferred payment method.
How to apply a semi-opacity over th the PayPal button
PayPal checkout flow
How to choose the PayPal button checkout flow
PayPal lightbox merchant name
How your merchant name looks on the PayPal lightbox

PCI DSS support

Drop-in UI
This is how your Drop-in UI typically looks on your WooCommerce checkout form
This option allows you to customize the container of Drop-in UI card form
Hosted Fields
This is how your Hosted Fields UI typically looks on your WooCommerce checkout form. Here with the PayPal button enabled too.
This option allows you to customize the container and the fields of the Hosted Fields card form

Security options

3D Secure
With 3D Secure you can shift liability for chargebacks due to fraud from the merchant to the card issuer
The 3D Secure layer authentication screen where the buyer enters his/her secret password
Allow only 3D Secure cards
How to force the usage of 3D Secure cards only thus reducing to zero the merchant fraudulent card use liability
Ignore 3D Secure if AVS
How to set an exception that allows the buyer to use a non 3D Secure card and at the same time having the fraudulent card usage under control
Risk limit for non 3DS cards
This shows how to define multiple payment risk thresholds, one for each currency your web shop enables

Recurring Billings

Recurring Billings