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Frequently Asked Questions

Studiocart fully supports Stripe for all payment plan types, and can be used with PayPal and Mollie for one-time charges only. Support for recurring payments with PayPal will be released soon.
No, Studiocart has its own built-in checkout system and can’t be connected to another shopping cart/eCommerce plugin for the purpose of processing payments.

Yes! Studiocart now allows you to add address fields so that you can collect shipping information at checkout.

Probably not. If you’re looking for a traditional eCommerce setup that allows customers to add multiple products in different quantities to a shopping cart so they can check everything out all at once, this ain’t it 😉

Studiocart can be used with any page builder or no page builder at all. We have templates for Elementor and Divi, and order form modules/blocks for Elementor, Divi, and Gutenberg. That being said, Studiocart will work with any page builder or editor as long as it’s capable of rendering shortcodes which you can use to embed order forms and receipts into any page layout.

If you want to integrate with a WordPress plugin, it will show up automatically in the Service dropdown located on the Integrations tab in the Product settings if it’s activated.

For external websites that require an API key, they will show up in the Service dropdown once you’ve saved its API key and other required settings on the Studiocart Settings page.

Please leave a comment on the Feature Requests card on our public roadmap and upvote existing requests!
Studiocart was designed to make it easy to design your entire funnel using your preferred tools/editor/page builder. Although we primarily use Elementor in our examples, you can create your own page designs and follow the same steps shown in the demo to make them work together.
Right now we only have templates available for Elementor and Divi.