Download the module
Download the latest version of the Magento 1 module to get started with Stripe on your Magento site.
Install the module using the Magento Admin Panel
Log into your website’s Magento Admin Panel.
Make sure to disable the Compiler Status in System > Tools > Compilation.
Go to System > Magento Connect > Magento Connect Manager and log in.
If you installed any third-party Stripe modules (not developed by Stripe), uninstall them to avoid conflicts between modules.
Under Direct package file upload, submit the
.tgzfile that you downloaded from the Stripe website.
Click the Install button after uploading the module.
Check the black console to make sure that there were no errors.
If you had Compiler Status set to Enabled, recompile from System > Tools > Compilation.
Under System > Cache Management, flush all of your caches, including Merged CSS/JS if enabled.
Proceed to Stripe Webhooks Configuration in the Stripe Dashboard.
Install the module manually
Use the Magento Admin Panel to install the module. If this installation method doesn’t work, make sure to grant write permissions to the Magento root directory. You can also install the module manually by extracting its archive in the Magento root directory.
.tgzarchive to a local directory (usually by double-clicking the archive on your local machine). If your environment doesn’t support these archives, use the 7-Zip or a similar tool to unpack the module.
Transfer the extracted files to your server, inside your website’s Magento root directory.
In your browser, refresh the website for your Magento store to set up the module and its database dependencies.
Under System > Cache Management in your website’s Magento Admin Panel, flush all of your caches, including Merged CSS/JS if enabled.
Proceed to Stripe Webhooks Configuration in your Stripe Dashboard.
Upgrade the module
Uninstall the module
If you installed the module manually, you must delete each file and directory listed in the Failed/Partial/Corrupted Installations section. If you installed the module from the Magento Connect Manager, uninstall the module through the Magento Connect Manager interface.