Add a payment gateway to your GitHub Pages

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Want To Sell / Get Paid On GitHub Pages? We Help Make That Happen!

Are you a developer with a GitHub account?

You must already know that GitHub lets you create free static websites with their GitHub Pages service, where you can describe your projects and other information.

But did you know that you could link a payment page from one or more of your static website pages?

To get paid from the shop on your GitHub Pages pages you should add an online payment gateway to the page. However, GitHub Pages does not provide an online payment gateway/processor to use on your project's web pages.

So how can you get online payments from your GitHub Pages pages?

payMyPage (pMP) helps you collect online payments using special payment short-links. These links open pMP-hosted payment pages with info about your product/service and payment options as per the online payment gateways you enable in your pMP account. see benefits

Using easy to remember pMP short-links, you can collect online payments from your GitHub Pages pages. You can add a pMP link just as a regular link as a button or web link in your GitHub Pages pages. see demo and code

Once you create a new GitHub Pages project website, you can create a page with a list of products or services for which you can get paid online. You can also easily share the items with others online.

First signup with a supported online payment gateway that is suitable for your business type. After your payment gateway account is active you are ready to start using our service.

Steps to add a payment gateway to GitHub Pages pages (without software coding)

View our region-wise list of supported online payment gateways/processors. Select the gateway that suits your needs and signup with them. View List
Once you have signed up with the online payment gateway(s) you will need a way to use them with your facebook page. Signup with payMyPage to do this. Signup
After signing up with pMP, login to your user account and activate the payment processor module(s) you require by entering the necessary details.


Once you have the pMP link(s), you can add items on your GitHub Pages project pages, and use the pMP links with buttons or as web links on the pages.


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