Payment Buttons allow you to seamlessly and securely accept payments on your website with a small snippet of HTML code. When the Payment Button is clicked, the customer is presented with a payment form overlay, where they can securely enter their payment details.
<script src="https://cdn.pinpayments.com/pin.v2.js"></script> <a class="pin-payment-button" href="https://pay.pinpayments.com/qkbo/test"><img src="https://pinpayments.com/pay-button.png" alt="Pay Now" width="86" height="38"></a>
On this screen, find the section labeled ‘HTML Code’ and click ‘Copy’ to copy your Payment Button code—ready to embed on your webpage.
Your Payment Button can be customised with additional parameters; including amount, currency, and description. This gives you a simple way to make different Payment Buttons to collect payment for specific items or services.
You can set any of these parameters from your Payment Button dashboard:
amountvalue to charge
currencycurrency to charge
descriptiondescription for the charge
success_urlpage to redirect to after successful charge
amount_editableset to false to disable changes to the amount field
For more flexibility, you can specify up to three custom fields for your Payment Button. Custom field information is stored on the Charge metadata, and can be viewed on your dashboard.
field1labelthe label displayed for the first field
field1valuean optional default value for the first field
field2labelthe label displayed for the second field
field2valuean optional default value for the second field
field3labelthe label displayed for the third field
field3valuean optional default value for the third field
Each custom field requires a label; the value can be omitted for the customer to complete.
If you have already collected information from the customer—such as their email or billing address—you can add the following parameters to the Payment Button code to prefill the respective fields, making the payment process even more seamless:
address_line1The first line of the customer’s address
address_line2The second line of the customer’s address
address_cityThe customer’s city
address_stateThe customer’s state
address_postcodeThe customer’s postcode
address_countryThe customer’s country
Once you’ve configured the fields for your Payment Button, you can copy the HTML code and embed it on your webpage.
The following Payment Button code example requests a payment of $25.00 USD for “One-off donation” and then redirect the customer to a thank you page located at http://example.com/thanks.
<script src="https://cdn.pinpayments.com/pin.v2.js"></script> <a class="pin-payment-button" href="https://pay.pinpayments.com/qkbo/test?amount=25.00&currency=USD&description=One-off+donation&success_url=http%3A%2F%2Fexample.com%2Fthanks"><img src="https://pinpayments.com/pay-button.png" alt="Pay Now" width="86" height="38"></a>
You can customise the appearance of your Payment Button by replacing the <img> tag inside of the link with anything you like.
For example, replacing the <img> tag with the words “Donate Now” turns the Payment Button into a simple text link:
<script src="https://cdn.pinpayments.com/pin.v2.js"></script> <a class="pin-payment-button" href="https://pay.pinpayments.com/qkbo/test">Donate Now</a>
If you customise your payment button, please ensure the following:
<a>tag) must contain the class
<script>tag must be loaded on the page
click event handler to the document element, and configures itself on each
When configuring your Payment Button code in your Pin Payments dashboard, you also have the option to enable surcharging and pass on the cost of processing the transaction to your customer:
<script src="https://cdn.pinpayments.com/pin.v2.js"></script> <a class="pin-payment-button" href="https://pay.pinpayments.com/qkbo/sc/test"><img src="https://pinpayments.com/pay-button.png" alt="Pay Now" width="86" height="38"></a>
This surcharge is calculated to exactly cover Pin Payments card processing fees for the transaction, ensuring you receive the full original amount requested when we settle the funds to your bank account.
As with the Payment Page, surcharging is enabled by adding
/sc to your payment page link, immediately following your four character payment page path.
You'll need to register each domain from which you embed your Payment button for Apple Pay enablement via the Apple Pay dashboard interface.
The Payment Button has two modes of operation: test mode and live mode. Test mode allows you to test the purchase process with any of the documented test cards. Once you’re ready, simply remove the
/test from the
href inside the Payment Button code to use live mode.