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Paypal Surcharge and Stripe Surcharge updated

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Paypal Surcharge and Stripe Surcharge have been updated to work with current WooCommerce versions. Added support for Subscriptions and improves support for Classic Commerce a lot.

Both plugins received the same overhaul to better support Classic Commerce on ClassicPress. The plugins no longer require the fake WooCommerce plugin to activate. Also included is support for the WooCommerce Subscriptions plugin. The surcharge is now also added to recurring payments if you enable it in settings.

https://ajdg.solutions/product/paypal-surcharge/.
https://ajdg.solutions/product/stripe-surcharge/.

Changes for Stripe Surcharge 1.4

  • Rebranded plugin to ‘Stripe Surcharge’
  • Added checkbox to add a surcharge for subscriptions paid through Stripe
  • Improved support for Classic Commerce
  • Improved support for webtoffee and paymentplugins dot com stripe plugins
  • Code cleanup

Changes for Stripe Surcharge 1.2

  • Rebranded plugin to ‘Paypal Surcharge’
  • Added checkbox to add a surcharge for subscriptions paid through Paypal
  • Improved support for Classic Commerce
  • Improved support for Paypal Express checkout and WooCommerce Paypal Payments plugins
  • Code cleanup

Re-install the plugin

Part of better supporting Classic Commerce is dropping the name specifics for WooCommerce. This means the file name and text domain has changed in the plugin. As such ‘WooCommerce Paypal Surcharge’ is now ‘AJdG Paypal Surcharge’ and ‘WooCommerce Stripe Surcharge’ is now ‘AJdG Stripe Surcharge’. Or simply Paypal Surcharge and Stripe Surcharge for short.

This also means that the new version replaces the old one a little different than usual. Since you do not overwrite the old version you need to uninstall the old version first before activating the new plugin. This takes only a minute or two. But keep in mind that both the old and new release can not co-exist. The old one needs to be de-activated and uninstalled before activating the new release.

For detailed steps on how to update the plugin take a look at the new Update guide – Updating a plugin on your website.

Getting help

All my plugins get limited support through the forums. If you run into any trouble or have questions please post your questions there.

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