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How to Install Plugin

Installing a plugin is a straightforward process that allows you to enhance the functionality of your website. Follow these simple steps to seamlessly integrate plugins into your WordPress environment.

  1. Log in to your WordPress Dashboard
  2. Go to Plugins > Add New Plugin
  3. Click on Upload Plugin
  4. Use the screen that appears to find an Install form
  1. Please select the zip archive of the plugin you downloaded to your computer and click the Install Now button
  2. Click Activate to turn the plugin on
  3. You will need additional plugin configuration after activation

Additional plugin configuration

Upon installing the plugin, it is essential to navigate to the plugin settings page and complete the mandatory key fields. If needed, adjust other field settings accordingly.

Let’s walk through the necessary configurations step by step:

  1. Sign Up at If you’re already registered, Sign In
  2. After registration, the test mode is automatically activated, and a set of test keys is generated. Go to the API keys settings page, copy the public and secret keys, and paste them into the respective fields for test public and test secret keys on the plugin settings page.
  3. By default, the plugin activates in test mode after installation. In this mode, you can assess the plugin’s functionality using test cards to verify payments during test order placements.
  4. If everything operates smoothly, disable the test mode on the dashboard page. Generate a pair of operational keys and copy them into the corresponding fields for private and secret keys on the plugin settings page.
  5. Subsequently, deactivate the test mode on the plugin page. The test private and secret fields will be concealed, indicating that the plugin is now in operational mode.
  6. If issues arise, activate logging to review all request outcomes on the WooCommerce Logs page in your admin panel [https://your domain/wp-admin/admin.php?page=wc-status&tab=logs]
  7. On the WooCommerce Logs page, select the log file with the corresponding date from the list (transferty-payments-logs-yyyy-mm-dd.log file). You can scrutinize the results of all requests, including webhooks.
  8. Once debugging is complete, deactivate logging to optimize your site’s performance.

What you need to pay attention to

Compatible with your version of WordPress and WooCommerce version: Ensure the plugin has been tested and is compatible with your version of WordPress and WooCommerce.

Last Updated: Install the archive with the latest version of the plugin to avoid compatibility issues with your WordPress version or theme.

How to Manually Install Plugin

Plugins downloaded directly from the internet normally come in a compressed zip file. You can either unzip the file on your local computer before uploading it or unzip the file after uploading.

  1. Download the latest version of the plugin to your computer
  2. Connect to your hosting files FTP
  3. Upload your plugin file(s) into the /wp-content/plugins/ folder
  4. Log in to your WordPress Dashboard and activate the plugin