The General Settings tab, located under Downloads > Settings > Payments, has these default sections; General, Checkout, Refunds, Accounting, PayPal, Invoices, Recurring Payments and Stripe. Additional Payment Gateways will appear if enabled.
Test Mode: While test mode is enabled, no live transactions are processed. Use test mode in conjunction with the sandbox/test account for the payment gateways to test.
Active Gateways: Selected gateways will be available to customers on checkout.
Default Gateway: This gateway will be selected automatically on checkout.
Payment Method Icons: You can optionally show card icons on your checkout page.
Enforce SSL on Checkout: Enable to redirect all customers to the secure checkout page. You must have an SSL certificate installed to use this option.
Redirect to Checkout: When enabled, once an item has been added to the cart, the customer will be redirected directly to your checkout page. This is useful for stores that sell single items.
Require Login: You can require that customers create and login to user accounts prior to purchasing from your store by enabling this option. When unchecked, users can purchase without being logged in by using their name and email address.
Show Register / Login Form: Determine whether to display the registration and login forms on the checkout page for non-logged-in users.
Enable Cart Saving: Cart saving allows shoppers to create a temporary link to their current shopping cart so they can come back to it later, or share it with someone.
Banned Emails: Emails placed in the box above will not be allowed to make purchases. One per line, enter: email addresses, domains (
@example.com), or TLDs (
Default Status: Choose Refundable or Non-Refundable. This will be the store default for all products when they are created. It can be changed at a per-product level.
Refund Window: Number of days (after a sale) when refunds can be processed. Default is
30 days. Set to
0 for infinity. It can be changed at a per-product level.
Enable SKU Entry: Check this box to allow entry of product SKUs in the Download Settings. SKUs will be shown on the purchase receipt and exported purchase histories.
Sequential Order Numbers: Check to enable sequential order numbers. Note: Enabling does not impact previous orders. Future orders will be sequential.
Sequential Starting Number: The number at which the sequence should begin.
Sequential Number Prefix: A prefix to prepend to all sequential order numbers.
Sequential Number Postfix: A postfix to append to all sequential order numbers.
No settings exist for these checkout-related features but these are mentioned for documentation purposes.
Geolocation: EDD will attempt to populate the business address (City, State, Zipcode) based on the visitor’s IP address. If a customer is logged in and a primary address exists, the primary address will be used in place of the geolocation. This feature is only available for Easy Digital Downloads (Pro) users.