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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2013

    hide the bank logo on the checkout page

    At checkout, the customer will get redirected to the bank payment page, and obviously it's showing the bank logo and information, i don't want that, it's not good for the business.

    Is there anyway I can mask that page and even make it look like my website?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2012
    If its redirecting entirely to the banks systems then there's not much you can do, unless your bank allows you to customize the payment gateway somehow. If not, about the only thing I could think of is attempting to "integrate" it by placing it in an iframe and keeping your website layout, but that just looks even more unprofessional IMO and will not rid the iframe of the banks logo (you will still see the same things as before). - Shared.Reseller.VPS.Dedi.Colo
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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    How would i know whether it's redirecting entirely to the bank's system or not? in case it's not then what would be my options?

    So some banks allow customizing and some bank don't?

    do you know a website using the iframe? i would like to see an example.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Sep 2002
    Coimbatore, India
    Probably we would need to contact the bank to see if they are willing to customize the payment page.

    Few banks payment systems(especially for online payments) usually works most likely using this logic,

    1. Our website would redirect the online user to the corresponding banks page. Some values needs to parsed like the required amount etc.,

    2. After the payment is successful, the banks server would send a positive response to our website server, and a thanks page is displayed from our website.

    3. If there is a negative response from the bank server, then we would need to display corresponding page to the user.

    Generally Iframe wouldn't be an idle solution as stated by ironclad, however please check with the bank's technical department and they should be able to offer their official documentation on how to integrate their payment system. There may be a cost associated and that depends on the bank.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    Thank you ironclad and actsupport for all the valueble information,
    i guess it's all between me and the bank now.

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