Easy Moodle shopping cart integration

  • Standard Checkout
    Process credit cards for your store using 2Checkout’s Standard Hosted Checkout
  • Inline Checkout
    Streamline your payment process by using 2Checkout’s Inline Checkout
  • Payment API
  • Recurring Payments
  • Plugin Reqired

How to integrate Moodle with 2Checkout

Moodle Settings

  1. Download or clone the 2Checkout payment module at https://github.com/craigchristenson/moodle-2checkout.git
  2. Upload the ‘twocheckout’ directory to “/your-moodle-directory/enrol/” on your web server.
  3. In your Moodle admin select Notifications and when prompted, install the twocheckout module.
  4. Under Plugins, Enrollments select Manage enrol plugins, enable 2Checkout and then click the Settings link for 2Checkout.
  5. Enter your 2Checkout Account Number.
  6. Enter your 2Checkout Secret Word. (Must be the same value entered on your 2Checkout Site Management page)
  7. Select Yes under Allow 2Checkout enrollments
  8. Enter the default enrol cost. (This can also be set as the course level)
  9. Select your default enrol assignment.
  10. Enter your desired enrollment duration.
  11. Click Save Changes.

2Checkout Settings

  1. Sign in to your 2Checkout account.
  2. Click the Account tab and Site Management subcategory.
  3. Under Direct Return select Given Links Back to my Website or Header Redirect.
  4. Enter your Secret Word. (Must be the same value entered in your Moodle settings.)
  5. Click Save Changes.

Please Note: This module integrates with the latest Moodle version 2.4.x. If you are using Moodle 1.8 or 1.9 and are not able to upgrade to the latest version, please use the following plugin.

For more information visit: Moodle.org

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About Moodle

Moodle is an Open Source Course Management System (CMS), also known as a Learning Management System (LMS) or a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It has become very popular among educators around the world as a tool for creating online dynamic web sites for their students. To work, it needs to be installed on a web server somewhere, either on one of your own computers or one at a web hosting company.