Please be informed:
Kindly be advised that it is necessary to possess an agreement and appropriate credentials for each Payment Service Provider (PSP) you intend to establish a connection with on your BridgerPay Checkout platform.
To ensure proper functionality, it is imperative to install and configure the WooCommerce plugin on your WordPress-based website.
A. Locate the search box on the PrestaShop Addon Marketplace.
B. Enter "BridgerPay Module" into the search box.
C. Initiate the search to find the BridgerPay Module.
D. Once located, proceed to download the module.
A. Locate the "Modules" tab within the "Improve" submenu.
B. Select "Module Manager" from the available options.
C. Click on "Upload a module" to initiate the module upload process. From your file browser, select the BridgerPay Module file.
D. After successfully uploading the module, you will receive a confirmation message.
- If you wish to configure the module immediately, press the "Configure" button to proceed to step #4.
- Alternatively, you can follow step #3 for configuration.
A. Go to the "Modules" tab within the "Improve" submenu and select "Module Manager" from the available options.
B. In the Module Manager, locate the BridgerPay module from the drop-down menu under the "Payment" section.
C. Click on the "Configure" button to initiate the configuration settings for the BridgerPay module.
Please ensure that you have the necessary credentials and information ready for the configuration process.
A. Obtain the Activation Key either during registration or from the checkout section of the Bridger Admin.
B. Paste the Activation key into the designated field.
C. Click on the "Save" button to save the changes.
For any further assistance with the setup process, please feel free to reach out to us via one of the following options:
Live Chat: You can access the Live Chat feature located at the bottom-right corner of our website.
Email: Alternatively, you can contact us at [email protected].
Our dedicated support team is available to address any queries or concerns you may have.
Updated 4 months ago