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Additional information about the payment page

This guide details the process of creating a Solidgate payment page and generating QR codes, crucial for modern businesses aiming to provide seamless payment experiences in today’s evolving digital landscape, including smart TV integrations.

Solidgate’s payment page and QR code solution empower merchants to streamline payments, particularly on smart TVs. By offering customized payment pages and QR codes, businesses can significantly enhance the user experience, convenience, and build trust. Embracing innovative solutions like Solidgate’s is essential for staying competitive in the dynamic e-commerce sector.

QR code

After creating the Solidgate Guide
Easily create a safe and simple payment page.
Payment Page
, the subsequent step involves generating a QR code, enabling customers to easily initiate payments.

This QR code can be generated either on the front-end or back-end of your application, depending on your technical requirements, security needs, and the desired user experience.

Frontend QR code generation

Step 1 Include a QR code library

Incorporate a QR code generation library into your website or app. Libraries such as qrcode , zxing , and qr-image are available and can be included via CDN links or package managers like npm or yarn .

Step 2 Create a QR code container

In your HTML, designate a container (e.g., a <div>) where the QR code will be displayed. Assign it an identifiable ID or class.

Step 3 Generate the QR code

Use the selected library to generate a QR code with the Solidgate Payment Page link as the data input.

Backend QR code generation

Step 1 Choose a QR code library

Select a library suitable for your programming language, such as Python or qrcode for NodeJS.

Step 2 Install the library

Install your chosen QR code library using the relevant package manager.

Step 3 Generate the QR code

Write code to generate the QR code using the Solidgate Payment Page link.

After generation, add the QR code to the container created in Step 2, allowing users to scan and complete their payment.