PayPal Advanced credit card payment forms without redirect


by 123FormBuilder

In our efforts to make payment collection a much easier and smoother process for anybody that wants to sell online we have worked on a new payment integration that meets the ever increasing demand for payment forms with no user redirection. “Cost-effective, fast, secure” are only a few of the leitmotifs that best describe the outcome.

First, let’s go back to why I am saying that anybody can use our simple solutions for selling online. Online order forms are the easiest way to sell online. Even if you don’t know any coding, you can still build an order form with our visual editor and integrate your form with the payment processors that you need. Having a website is not even mandatory, as you can integrate your payment form with your blog and social platforms – like Facebook for example. And, with our new payment integration, things are even more simple and cheaper!

Speaking about our new payment integration, let me quickly tell you what it is about and how it can really make your selling a lot better.

What is PayPal Advanced?

For those of you who are unfamiliar with PayPal Advanced, here’s a short overview. PayPal Advanced is a cost-effective payment solution from PayPal that allows you to receive on-page payments with no user redirection. This means that your customers won’t be redirected away from your page during the payment process.

How does this payment integration improve your order form payment collection and usage?

Basically, by combining the usability of your order form, the flexibility of cloud and multi-platforms integration with the cost-effective and secure advantages of PayPal Advanced, you will enjoy an all-in-one payment solution that will give you all the instruments you need for collecting online payments.

Integrating your payment forms with PayPal Advanced for cost-effective on page payments

We have put together a short help document that you can use to set up PayPal Advanced as your payment processor for your payment forms. Simply choose PayPal Payflow as your payment gateway in the payment form settings menu. If you wonder why you have to choose PayPal Payflow and not PayPal Advanced, then you should know that PayPal Payflow is the payment gateway that allows you to accept credit cards on your PayPal payment form using your existing PayPal Advanced merchant account.

Whether you are an ecommerce business, an event organizer or a simple small business artisan, you can use this payment integration to ease your customers’ payment process and to cut your costs. Another benefit is that you can also integrate coupon codes as a feature in your marketing efforts.

We hope you will find our integration with PayPal Advanced useful, and we would love to hear your comments and opinions.


  1. 1 .How Can I Make Payment With Paypal account Without Redirection To Paypal Website using php (Magento)


    2 .how can a buyer is without redirecting to the PayPal site for completing the paypal transaction using PayPal Payments Standard using php (Magento)

    1. Indeed, the integration with Paypal standard implies that, after the form user fills out the form, he/she is redirected to the Paypal page to pay for the total.

      Please see here more details on integrating the form with Paypal Advanced (Payflow):

      As we understand, you would want that certain form information to arrive in your Magento account.
      If it is about certain form data to arrive to Magento as “invoice” data, there is already a connection between 123FormBuilder and Magento, through Zapier:
      As you can see at that link, under Actions there is the “Create Invoice” action, and that can be achieved by means of a “Zap”. We refer to this portion in the link above:

      An alternative to using the Zapier solution for the 123FormBuilder – Magento connection would be to use our integration with Webhooks.
      More precisely, if Magento itself accepts the arrival of external data to them by means of hooks, you would need:
      – to create a custom script that would tell the form to send the desired data to the desired place in Magento ;
      – upload the script on your server or somewhere on the Web ;
      – to go to My Forms → Settings → 3rd Party Apps → Webhooks, and there add the link of the custom script.

      Here is a WebHook demo:
      And here you can see more information about this application integration:

      Thank you, and looking forward to your reply.

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