Table of Contents
- QuickClick Options & Settings
- QuickClick Button Generator & Button Types
- QuickClick Tutorial
- Common Issues
The QuickClick ordering system allows you to create order buttons and/or order forms for your website. When customers are ready to check out, they will be forwarded to NMI to enter their billing information. Therefore, you will not need a secure certificate to utilize the QuickClick system
Some of the many key advantages are listed below:
- An SSL certificate is not required by the merchant as QuickClick is hosted on our PCI-DSS Level 1 Servers.
- Only basic HTML knowledge is needed.
- The merchant doesn't need to store credit card numbers.
- Branding and color customization is available.
To implement this integration option, the merchant will need:
- A basic understanding of the back end of their web host.
- Ability to Copy & Paste Generated Code.
QuickClick Options & Settings
- Create order buttons that customers can click to begin a sale.
Look and Feel:
- Create custom display profiles to change the format of the QuickClick ordering system to match your website and branding.
- Change the customer information fields that are required and/or included.
- Change the payment methods accepted by the QuickClick system.
- Disable or enable key verification in the QuickClick system.
- Configure your tax preferences.
- Configure your shipping preferences.
Convenience Fee/Surcharging Configuration:
- Configure default surcharging settings.
- Review previously created QuickClick buttons.
QuickClick Button Generator & Button Types
- After clicking on "Add to Cart", the customer will be redirected to a shopping cart page. There, the customer can choose to continue browsing your site for other products and services, or they can purchase the items in their cart. If you anticipate that your customers will buy several different products or services at one time, a shopping cart would be most appropriate.
Single Item, Fixed price:
- After clicking on "Buy Now", the customer can be sent directly to a checkout page, where they will be asked for their Name, Address, and Credit Card information. If your customers typically purchase only one product or service at a time, this may be the best approach.
- After specifying an amount and clicking on "Donate", the customer will be sent directly to a checkout page, where they will be asked for their Name, Address, and Credit Card information.
- Customers will be able to sign up for any of your current recurring plans you have set up for your merchant account. On checkout, customers will be charged and then added to a recurring subscription.
This tutorial will show you how to use this gateway’s hosted shopping cart solution. You’ll learn how to use the button generator to create links or buttons so customers can make purchases from your website. You'll also learn how to customize these buttons by including a redirect link following a transaction and a security key to ensure transactions are secure.
You may locate the video link here:https://vimeo.com/200734397
- The customer must be transferred to our website to complete the purchase. While the merchant can customize the appearance of their QuickClick pages, some users may still be able to tell that they're no longer on the merchant's website.
- The 'Donation' button is easily the most popular. Although some are drawn away from the name Donation. Keep in mind that when utilizing the HTML code the verbiage "Button" can be customized.
- Certain types of transactions, such as credits and voids, are not supported using the QuickClick method.
- Currently, QuickClick is only suitable for web applications.
- QuickClick only supports credit card and electronic check processing. There are currently no plans to support other payment types within QuickClick. For example, QuickClick cannot accept cash and money order transactions.
QuickClick Security Enhancements - 2020-03-09 Expanded Release Notes
QuickClick was recently updated to use Collect.js to make it more secure. This update makes changes to what merchants are allowed to include in their custom QuickClick profiles. This will make the page more secure, but will also limit what merchants are able to do with customization.