Best E-commerce Payment Gateways for WordPress sites.

Payment gateways is necessary to accept payments from buyers. Let’s take a tour which payment gateways you can use for your WordPress store. Before it make sure your site running on HTTPS.

List of payment gateways.

  1. Paypal
  2. 2checkout
  3. ccavenue
  4. Stripe


PayPal is one of the largest online payment processors in the world. PayPal is the faster, safer way to send money, make an online payment, receive money or set up a merchant account.

2checkout is an online payment processing service that helps you accept credit cards, PayPal, and debit for accepting payments online, anytime, anywhere


Ccavenue is alternative paymentgate of 2checkout to accept payment via Credit card, debit card.


Stripe accepts 135+ currencies and it’s easy to integrate their API in WordPress. Stripe specifically designs for E-commerce websites.

How the Zend Optimizer installed in Windows?

– Make sure that your PHP installation is compatible with the Zend Optimizer, it is recommended to use the Windows packages posted in the Zend Store which are compiled in non-debug mode The Zend Optimizer works only with non-debug PHP binaries.

– you can download zend optimizer here.

– The Zend Optimizer for Windows package is a self-extracting installer. Simply run the package file, and follow the installation instructions.

– If you are running a server module (e.g.ISAPI), restart your server. For Microsoft IIS, run net stop iisadmin, and then net start w3svc, from a command-line console.

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Shared hosting V/S VPS

The major advantage of traveling by car compared to traveling by bus like setting up AC temperature, stop where ever we want, comfortable sitting, selected songs play, etc where disadvantages like high maintenance, driving skills required, regularly check all components like tire/oil/breaks, etc. So both have pros and cons. We can directly compare VPS v/s Shared with the bus v/s car. Below are the key differences between Shared Hosting and VPS Hosting.
– Shared Hardware resources with all hosted clients.– Server only for your single usage.
– Managed by hosting provider– Provides Root access on the server
– Good security control by hosting provider– Security control on hand.
– Customization not allowed.– Customization is the motive.
– Cost effective– more expensive compared to shared
– Technical Server Knowledge not required– Requires server management skills
– 24×7 Monitoring by Hosting Provider– Manual monitoring
– Server Patches update done by Provider– Patches/updates taken care of by VPS Admin
– Installation of customized software/DLL not allowed– Allowed all
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