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To start accepting Google Pay payments through the Solidgate Payment Form, multiple steps are required:

  • Domain verification
    Verify your domain on the Google Site. This action requires a logged-in Google developer account; otherwise, you will be redirected to Google Pay’s support page.
  • Merchant ID
    Obtain the Merchant ID parameter from the Google Console. This ID enables Google Pay transactions on your site.

Upon completion of these steps, you can integrate the Solidgate Payment Form.

Display button

To display the Google Pay button on the Solidgate Payment Form, you must add the following parameters to the paymentIntent object. Google Pay can be accessed and utilized on the platforms listed here.

Subscribe to the Google Pay mounted event to check when the button is mounted and rendered. When the event is emitted for the googlebtn entity, this means the Google Pay button is fully displayed.

There is a possibility to subscribe to the Guide
Using the payment form, you can build your user actions tracking by the events that the Solidgate payment form returns.
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Customization

In addition to displaying the button on the form, you can also control the button’s position, color, and size. Use the googlePayButtonParams object for changes as you would for all other customization in the Solidgate Guide
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PaymentFormSdk.init({
  ...restData,
  googlePayButtonParams: {
    color: 'white',
    type: 'plain',
    allowedAuthMethods: ['PAN_ONLY', 'CRYPTOGRAM_3DS']
  }
})
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import React, { FC } from 'react'
import ReactDOM from 'react-dom';
import Payment, { InitConfig } from "@solidgate/react-sdk"

export const MyPayment: FC<{
  merchantData: InitConfig['merchantData']
  google: Omit<InitConfig['googlePayButtonParams'], 'containerId'>
}> = (props) => {
  return (<Payment
    merchantData={props.merchantData}
    googlePayButtonParams={props.google}
  />)
}
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import {Component} from '@angular/core';

import {FormType, InitConfig} from "@solidgate/angular-sdk";

@Component({
  selector: 'app-root',
  template: `
    <ngx-solid-payment
      [googlePayButtonParams]="google"
      [merchantData]="merchantData"
    ></ngx-solid-payment>
  `
})
export class AppComponent {
  merchantData: InitConfig['merchantData'] = {
    merchant: '<<--YOUR MERCHANT ID-->>',
    signature: '<<--YOUR SIGNATURE OF THE REQUEST-->>',
    paymentIntent: '<<--YOUR PAYMENT INTENT-->>'
  }

  google: Omit<InitConfig['googlePayButtonParams'], 'containerId'> = {
    color: 'white',
    type: 'plain',
    allowedAuthMethods: ['PAN_ONLY', 'CRYPTOGRAM_3DS']
  }
}
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<template>
  <Payment
      :merchant-data="merchantData"
      :google-pay-button-params="google"
      width="100%"
  />
</template>

<script lang="ts" setup>
import { defineAsyncComponent } from 'vue'
import { InitConfig } from '@solidgate/vue-sdk'
const Payment = defineAsyncComponent(() => import('@solidgate/vue-sdk'))

const merchantData: InitConfig['merchantData'] = {
  merchant: '<<--YOUR MERCHANT ID-->>',
  signature: '<<--YOUR SIGNATURE OF THE REQUEST-->>',
  paymentIntent: '<<--YOUR PAYMENT INTENT-->>'
}

const google: Omit<InitConfig['googlePayButtonParams'], 'containerId'> = {
  color: 'white',
  type: 'plain',
  allowedAuthMethods: ['PAN_ONLY', 'CRYPTOGRAM_3DS']
}
</script>

Button position

To position the Google Pay button on your own, you need to create and specify the div. Then, pass the value of the created container to the containerId parameter in the googlePayButtonParams object.

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<div id="yourCustomContainerId"></div>
<script>
PaymentFormSdk.init({
  ...restData,
  googlePayButtonParams: {
    buttonColor: 'default',
    buttonType: 'buy',
    containerId: 'yourCustomContainerId'
  }
});
</script>
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import React, { FC } from 'react'
import ReactDOM from 'react-dom';
import Payment, { InitConfig } from "@solidgate/react-sdk"

export const MyPayment: FC<{
  merchantData: InitConfig['merchantData']
}> = (props) => {
  const googleContainerRef = useRef(null)

  return (
    <div>
      <div ref={googleContainerRef}></div>
      <Payment
        merchantData={props.merchantData}
        googlePayContainerRef={googleContainerRef}
      />
    </div>
  )
}
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import {Component} from '@angular/core';

import {FormType, InitConfig} from "@solidgate/angular-sdk";

@Component({
  selector: 'app-root',
  template: `
    <ngx-solid-payment
      [merchantData]="merchantData"
      [googlePayContainer]="googlePay"
    ></ngx-solid-payment>
    <div class="google-pay" #googlePay></div>
  `
})
export class AppComponent {
  merchantData: InitConfig['merchantData'] = {
    merchant: '<<--YOUR MERCHANT ID-->>',
    signature: '<<--YOUR SIGNATURE OF THE REQUEST-->>',
    paymentIntent: '<<--YOUR PAYMENT INTENT-->>'
  }
}
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<template>
  <Payment
      :merchant-data="merchantData"
      :google-pay-container-ref="googleButton"
  />
  <div ref="googleButton" />
</template>

<script lang="ts" setup>
import { defineAsyncComponent, ref } from 'vue'
import { InitConfig } from '@solidgate/vue-sdk'
const Payment = defineAsyncComponent(() => import('@solidgate/vue-sdk'))

const googleButton = ref<HTMLDivElement>()

const merchantData: InitConfig['merchantData'] = {
  merchant: '<<--YOUR MERCHANT ID-->>',
  signature: '<<--YOUR SIGNATURE OF THE REQUEST-->>',
  paymentIntent: '<<--YOUR PAYMENT INTENT-->>'
}
</script>

In this example, the div with the id yourCustomContainerId is created in the HTML, and its id value is passed to the containerId parameter in the googlePayButtonParams object. This specifies that the Google Pay button should be rendered inside the specified container.

If you do not specify the containerId, Solidgate displays it by default - above all fields of the Solidgate Payment Form.

Please note that if you specify a non-existing container, we will not display the Google Pay button. In this case, we will return the following error to the console.

Container with id =‘specified-container’ does not exist.

Button styling

On the Solidgate Payment Form side, some options allow you to style the Google Pay button to fit your site’s style as much as possible.

We allow changing two parameters of the button in the googlePayButtonParams object:

  • default - may change the color over time (light/night mode)
  • black - a black button suitable for use on a white or light background
  • white - a white button suitable for use on colourful background

Supported types:

  • buy - a ‘Buy with Google Pay’ button (default)
  • plain - button without additional text
  • checkout
  • order
  • pay
  • subscribe

Not supported types:

  • donate
  • book

Button hiding

To hide the button for the user by passing false to the enabled parameter. To hide the button, set the enabled parameter to false. You do not need to specify true to display the button on the form; this is the default value. When you pass the false value, the form with the passed parameters of containerId, color, and type is collected but not displayed on the Solidgate Guide
Create a seamless experience for customers by styling your payment form.
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