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    I would like to translate stripe, attached photo. I also need to change (Dollar) $ for (euro) €
    Thank you


    That’s Stripe’s own modal for payment.. contact them for assistance.
    Or, if you turn it off, and use the normal checkout page instead, you should be able to translate that: wp admin > woocommerce > settings > checkout > Stripe Connect


    @ Anna
    Thank you for the quick response. I have stripped off but what I see is not so pretty. Even so I need to translate what I put in the photo since I can not find and there is also a bug.
    I attach a photo


    Is that the OneSocial theme?
    Maybe they are overriding that section…
    You can likely talk with Stripe about how to translate the modal form..
    It looks like they are providing this, but you may need to contact them for more information:


    I do not understand what you put in the link you sent me. I tried to change but it does not work. I also opened a tiket a stripe. I have this code but I do not know where to put it

    Attached photo of how it should be
    This code is on the stripe website and works for me:

    The custom integration allows you to use any HTML element or JavaScript event to trigger Checkout. The custom integration requires solid JavaScript skills, and you’ll have to perform all of the requisite steps that simple integration does for you.
    When your page loads, you should create a handler object using StripeCheckout.configure (). You can then call open () on the handler in response to any event. If you need to abort the Checkout process-for example, when navigation occurs in a single-page application, call close () on the handler. The key parameter must be passed to configure (). Any other options can be passed to either configure () or open ().

    <button id=”customButton”>Purchase</button>

    var handler = StripeCheckout.configure({
    key: ‘pk_test_srqijc68cRPXgkJAXSnhWZQM’,
    image: ‘;,
    locale: ‘auto’,
    token: function(token) {
    // You can access the token ID with
    // Get the token ID to your server-side code for use.

    document.getElementById(‘customButton’).addEventListener(‘click’, function(e) {
    // Open Checkout with further options:{
    name: ‘VenderOn’,
    description: ‘2 widgets’,
    zipCode: true,
    currency: ‘eur’,
    amount: 2000

    // Close Checkout on page navigation:
    window.addEventListener(‘popstate’, function() {



    If you wish to have that form translated, you’ll need to discuss that with Stripe. We do not create that form- that is coming from Stripe.


    Reply Stripe

    Hello Mircea,

    Thank you very much for your email.

    If you want to work with Checkout and you do not have programming knowledge, you could contact a professional.

    As an alternative, there are other ways to integrate Stripe that does not require computer skills, you explain the three ways and you already decide:

    1. Custom integration: will allow you to implement the payment process that you prefer. This solution requires programming knowledge. To get started, you can access In this link you can find several examples in several programming languages:

    If you are interested in this option but do not have programming knowledge, you can contact a freelance professional. Here are some developers who can help you:
    – Matchist:
    – Upwork:
    – Freelancer:

    2. Integration by plugins: there are innumerable plugins developed by third parties to be able to integrate Stripe in a very simple way in different systems like WordPress or Magento. These plugins have not been created by Stripe, but you can find several options that we recommend in the following list:

    (I’VE ALREADY PURCHASED YOUR PLUGIN Stripe Commissions & Gateway Support)

    3. Third party applications: these applications do not require any programming knowledge and can be integrated with different systems. For example, there are applications to manage billing, subscriptions, etc:

    I recommend evaluating these 3 options to find out which one is best for your needs.


    I already paid a Plugin your Stripe Commissions & Gateway Support therefore the support you have to give yourselves.

    Stripe Checkout Stripe Checkout Enable Stripe Checkout
    If enabled, this option shows a “pay” button and modal credit card form on the checkout, instead of credit card fields directly on the page.

    This box does not make sense since it can not be used.
    (I attach a photo)

    After buying your plugin I have to contact a developer and pay to solve this?
    Thank you


    It works- it can be used – but you wish it to be translated.
    Since that box is Stripe’s code, we do not create it, therefore we cannot help you translate it.
    They obviously did not understand your questions and thought you needed help integrating Stripe, which you do not. So they did not answer your question.
    If you cannot get them to help you translate the modal/box, then un-check that option and just use the regular checkout page.


    Above we have talked about the translation of the months of Wc vendors Stripe Commissions & Gateway and you said that it is translation of one social. Well talk to them and they have answered the following.

    The fonts dropdown appears to be coming from Wc vendors Stripe Commissions & Gateway from /plugins/wc-vendors-gateway-stripe-connect/classes/class-wc-gateway-stripe.php, line #324

    I recommend also asking at WC Vendor support so the plugin’s developers and support community can help you with this.

    See Photo


    Good, I’m waiting for a solution, if it exists. Thank you

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