Did you know that you don't have to redirect your customers out from your site to our payment page? You can display the hosted payment page in an embed frame within your site page itself. Just customize our hosted payment page to be compatible with your site and design and use our Framed feature to no redirect your customers ever.
To know more about customizing your payment page, please check: How to customize the PayPage (Hosted Payment Page) UI? solution article.
Be aware that ApplePay payment method don't operate in iFrame modes
In this article you will be going to know about:
- What is the iFrame?
- How can this feature help?
- What are the payment methods that support the iFrame mode?
What is the iFrame?
The iFrame (Inline Frame) is an HTML structure that allows another document to be inserted into the current page. ClickPay allows using iFrame with some payment methods and via some integration methods.
How can this feature help?
It will help the merchants who want to keep customers within their online store for the whole shopping process without redirecting them out and back from their site. and that's for two main reasons.
- Look and Feel
The ClickPay payment page can be customized to have the look and the feel to be like your online store. The payment page will still have a different URL, and it will operate the same way as hosted payment pages operate.
- Avoid redirecting technical issues
For example, The SameSite Cookie issue which for some language/frameworks loses the session (the session is cleared) once the customer leaves your online store and is redirected back to it.
What are the payment methods that support the iFrame mode?
Unfortunately, not all payment methods support this feature due to their business/security flow. So here are the payment methods that support this feature.
If you want a specific payment method other than Credit Cards (such as MasterCard, Mada, ... etc), you will have to use our hosted payment page with redirecting mode.
How to apply this feature within my integration method?
You can enable this feature by passing the "framed" parameter with true with some other optional parameters as shown below
"framed": Indicates whether to preview the payment page within the current check our page instead of redirection or not. If true, previewing the redirect URL sent in the response in <iframe> html tag which will preview the whole payment page within this frame
"framed_return_top": Indicates whether to reload the whole page on redirections or just reload the current frame.
"framed_return_parent": Indicates whether to reload the main base (could be div or another iFrame tag) that contained the payment page framed element.
In case you want to activate this feature in your plugin, you may like to enable the iFrame option from our plugin configuration page. To know whether your desired plugin supports this option or not and how to enable it, please check your plugin name from: eCommerce Plugins solution article's category, and navigate to the iFrame under the "What are ClickPay plugin configuration options?".
If there's not such title under the "What are ClickPay plugin configuration options?", then this option is not supported yet in this plugin.
By default, there are no redirections at all in all ClickPay provided SDKs. Only some APMs (Alternative Payment Methods) such as AlinmaPay, has to redirect the customer to their internal payment page.