How to integrate VoguePay to IPTV websites

(Last Updated On: March 6, 2019)

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In an earlier article, we delved into the details of how VoguePay offers a robust card processing payment gateway for IPTV merchants

If you have an IPTV business and you want to use VoguePay to accept payment, below are the 3 simple steps to get started:

  1. Create an account
  2. Verify account
  3. Integrate VoguePay to your account.

You can read up instructions on the first 2 tasks. Let’s talk about integrating VoguePay to your account.

Integrating VoguePay to IPTV websites

You can integrate VoguePay by using any of our existing payment plugins. The plugin you integrate is determined by what your website is built with.

By default, VoguePay supports a host of content management platforms like WordPress, WHCMS, HostBill etc. You can access the payment library for any of these platforms by logging in to your account dashboard.

When you click on the specific payment plugins, you will get instructions on how to download it as well as detailed instruction on how to set it up.

This instruction could be available directly on your dashboard, or on external repository where the plugin is hosted. 

  • For example, WHMCS payment library is accessible from the your dashboard.

  • In another example, the HostBill plugin is hosted on GitHub.

  • On the other hand, If your website is built with Joomla or WordPress, you install our payment libraries. Just search the extension directory or plugin repository for a custom plugin to use.
  • Finally, for merchants who need custom integration, you can make use of the API documentation. It is available here

 

Good news is that if your website requires custom integration, your developers can work with the detailed instruction on the API doc or you can get in touch with our team at digitalmedia@voguepay.com.

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