Integrate a PayPal Hosted Payment Wall

PayPal PLUS replaces your Payment Selection Page (PSP) with the PayPal-hosted payment wall, which is the payment selection iframe. PayPal PLUS renders the payment wall on demand and bases it on the approval_url in the links object of the create payment response. Complete these steps to walk through a basic integration.

Embed the iframe

  1. Include the JavaScript library on your checkout page using the following script:

    <script src="https://www.paypalobjects.com/webstatic/ppplus/ppplus.min.js" type="text/javascript">
    </script>
    
  2. Define a placeholder DIV on your checkout page for the PSP:

    <div id="ppplus">
    </div>
    
  3. Render the payment wall using the following script.

    <script type="application/javascript">
        var ppp = PAYPAL.apps.PPP({
        "approvalUrl": "'.$approval_url.'",
        "placeholder": "ppplus",
        "mode": "sandbox",
        "country": "DE"
        });
    </script>
    

    In the script, the parameters are:

    Parameter Type Description
    approval_URL String Required. Returned as approval_url in the previous create payment call.
    placeholder String Required. The ID of the DOM object where the PSP is mounted in the page. The PSP sets the object's width.
    mode enum The library that loads the PSP:
    • live loads from paypal.com.
    • sandbox loads from sandbox.paypal.com.
    Note: The library emits a warning to the console if mode is set to sandbox. This warning is displayed in live mode only for required parameters.
    Default is live.
    country ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 Required. The country where the PayPal PLUS service is deployed, for example, FR, GB, DE, or US which is the default. Get the country code from the buyer's billing address.

Payment methods

Based on the billing address country provided, buyers see PayPal's available funding sources for their country of origin. Additionally you can host up to 10 non-PayPal payment methods within the payment wall. For example:

Payment Buttons

A payment button is provided with the payment wall and can be set on the buttonLocation parameter to be:

  • inside. Renders the button within the iframe.
  • outside. Uses a DOM object that you provide to render the button outside the iframe.

The Continue button is a variation of the outside button. Use the Continue button to direct a buyer to an additional page in your checkout flow that's outside the iframe. On this additional page, place a button that redirects the buyer back to a PayPal landing page. Use the PAYPAL.apps.ppp.doCheckout function to implement the redirect.

You can also customize your payment wall.

Next

Update your payment resource.