Single Page Checkout allows your customers to enter all their details in a single page. On clicking the Checkout/Subscribe button in your website, they will be redirected to a new URL where they can review their order, enter their account details and payment details. You can configure the fields you wish to show, the mandatory and optional fields, choose from a host of themes, and add information on your plans, company etc. Single page checkouts are more prominent amongst e-commerce providers.
Here is a sample of Single Page Checkout.
Customers signing up after Feb 2018 will automatically have the In-App checkout enabled for their site.
If you wish to test the In-App checkout, please watch the below video. This option is available only in the Test Site. If you'd like to setup Chargebee Checkout in your Live Site, please contact support.
This documentation will help you understand the settings of Single page checkout (Single Page) checkout.
Single page checkout provides your customers with a seamless checkout experience. You can customize the themes as per your company's brand and setup custom fields as required. Since the pages are hosted on Chargebee's servers, the security and PCI compliance requirements is not an overhead on your side. Chargebee's Single page checkout are compatible on desktop and mobile and come with ready integration with Google Analytics and Typekit.
Chargebee provides a Customer Portal for your end users to sign in and manage their subscription. You can customize the look and feel and the actions allowed in the Portal.
You can customize the elements of your Single page checkout and Customer Portal, show/hide fields, customize the behavior (such as mandatory/optional), edit the messages/error text etc.
You can use the Single page checkout directly or integrate Chargebee's Single page checkout in your app via API.
You can customize the themes of the Single page checkout, that define the look and feel of the page in alignment with your branding requirements.
Track the conversions on Chargebee's Thank You page using the conversion tracking pixel code.
You can white-label the hosted page URLs by setting a custom domain name.