How To Use Your 1 Click Stripe Add On (WP Simple Pay Pro v2.5 and under)

For this integration to work, you’ll need a business license of Easy Pricing Tables Premium plus a copy of WP Simple Pay Pro for Stripe (v2.4.2 and above). Read the announcement blog post for more details.

Before you begin:
This feature is available with a Business, or Elite license of Easy Pricing Tables, and all levels of WP Simple Pay Pro. (Click the links if you’d like to purchase.)

This article refers to only WP Simple Pay Pro for Stripe v2.5 and below. For customers using v3.0 or above see this article:

Pictures say more than 1000 words, so here’s what the Stripe checkout form looks like when connected to a pricing table:

stripe pricing table

Combining Easy Pricing Tables & WP Simple Pay Pro for Stripe results in a simple, beautiful, conversion optimized shopping cart that can be set up in 2 minutes.

First, install & activate WP Simple Pay Pro for Stripe.

Next, go to your pricing table. In the “design” tab, you’ll notice a toggle called “SIMPLE PAY PRO CHECKOUT”. Set it to “ON”.


That’s it. We’ll use the information in the pricing table to generate your Stripe checkout form.

Recurring Stripe Subscriptions

Recurring, predictable revenue is the holy grail of any business. Wanna set up recurring subscriptions? No problem, Easy Pricing Tables lets you easily link your pricing table columns to your Stripe subscription plans. Creating recurring payments has never been easier.

Note that:

  • Not all pricing table designs come with a “billing timeframe” field. In this case, we won’t pull “billing timeframe” from Stripe.
  • If you change your plan info (name, price, etc…) inside of Stripe, the pricing table won’t automatically update its name field. Make sure to update it manually.

Easy Pricing Tables + WP Simple Pay Pro = More Conversions

With WP Simple Pay Pro for Stripe, you can start accepting payments with Stripe’s highly optimized forms in minutes. These Stripe forms are built to convert & optimized for mobile.

By combining Easy Pricing Tables & WP Simple Pay Pro For Stripe, you get a highly optimized checkout process that is optimized to convert by, without you having to spend time customizing your shopping cart. Click here to learn more about WP Simple Pay Pro For Stripe.

Can I use WP Simple Pay Pro for Stripe Shortcodes in my Pricing Tables?

WP Simple Pay Pro for Stripe offers a multitude of shortcodes for adding customized checkout options. Such as: coupons, quantities, billing address, subscription info, and even custom fields. Since integrating with WP Simple Pay Pro for Stripe, we get lots of questions about using these features with Easy Pricing Tables.

Adding customized checkout features is simple and easy. It requires first preparing a shortcode with WP Simple Pay Pro for Stripe that includes your checkout button and customizations. Then you can completely replace our button with your highly customized one.

Creating Your Customized Button:

WP Simple Pay Pro for Stripe offers an extensive knowledge base, with examples, on their shortcode buttons. It contains information on everything that can be done in this method.

You will need to prepare your button before continuing. Check their resources for assistance. We’ve gathered some of the most relevant articles here to save you time:

It’s also a good idea to build, and test, your buttons outside of Easy Pricing Tables, to be sure everything is working.

Replacing the Standard Button:

1. Revert to ‘Button URL’ by clicking the ‘Stripe Description’ field.

2. Wrap your new button shortcode in our [shortcode][/shortcode] brackets. Then place it in the ‘Button URL’ field. (View This Article for more details.)

3. Save your table and go test it out.

That’s all there is to adding customized checkout features to Easy Pricing Tables with WP Simple Pay Pro for Stripe.

Please note: Depending on your use-case, you may need a separate button for each column.

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