You can customize the look and feel of Checkout in the Stripe Dashboard. Go to Branding Settings where you can:
- Upload a logo or icon
- Customize the background and button color of the Checkout page
Policies and contact information
You can display your return, refund, legal policies, and support contact information to your customers on Checkout. Go to Checkout Settings to configure the information you want to display, including:
- Details about your return and refund policies
- Your support phone number, email, and website
Presenting this information can increase buyer confidence and minimize cart abandonment.
Configure support and legal policies
The following previews show how Checkout displays a dialog with the support contact information, links to the store legal policies, and information about the payment terms.
Configure return and refund policies
Display your return, refund, or exchange policies, by enabling Return and Refund policies. Although businesses that sell physical goods use return policies, businesses that sell digital goods or customized physical goods typically use refund policies. Because they’re not mutually exclusive, you can select both options if your business sells both categories of goods. You can edit your return and refund details, including:
- Whether you accept returns, refunds, or exchanges
- Whether returns, refunds, or exchanges are free or if they’re subject to a fee
- How many days after a purchase you’ll accept returns, refunds, or exchanges
- How customers can return items shipped to them
- Whether you accept in-store returns
- A link to the full return and refund policy
- A custom message
If you accept free returns, refunds, or exchanges, the policy is highlighted for customers.
The following previews show how Checkout displays a return policy. In this example, it’s for purchases that can be returned by shipping them or in-store for a full refund (or exchange) for up to 60 days. You can display similar information for refunds.
Customizing the Submit button
You can configure the copy displayed on the Checkout submit button for one-time purchases to better align Checkout with your business model.
submit_type on your session:
In this example (for a 5 USD donation), your customized Checkout submit button would read Donate $5.00. See the API reference for a complete list of
Localization and supported languages
By default, Checkout detects the locale of the customer’s browser and displays a translated version of the page in their language, if it is supported. You can also provide a specific locale for Checkout to use instead by providing the
locale argument when creating a Checkout Session using the client-only or client and server integration.
Checkout also uses the locale to format numbers and currencies. For example, when selling a product whose price is set in EUR with the locale set to auto, a browser configured to use English (en) would see €25.00 while one configured for German (de) would see 25,00 €.
1-click payments using Link with Stripe
Link with Stripe lets your customers securely save their payment information and pay with 1 click on your site and across thousands of businesses using Checkout.
Checkout supports this feature with no additional fees, and the same pricing applies as for other card payments. You can turn it off in the Checkout settings of the Dashboard if you don’t want to offer it.
How Link with Stripe works
Your customer can select save information to pay faster next time and enter their phone number to securely store their payment details with Stripe. For future purchases on your site and others using Link with Stripe, your customer will receive a 6 digit code by SMS to verify their identity and pre-fill all saved payment details. If your customer uses the same device and is already verified, Stripe will automatically pre-fill their information to offer a 1-click payment experience.