07-24-2012 09:15 AM
I downloaded the ARB C# code and it works.I can see the transactions in the terminal. In that sample code, the name and credit card are hardcoded. That sample code is not an ASP.Net app..
Does Authorize.net have a standard payment page I can use? User's name, email, credit card, expiration date, address? OR do I need to create the page myself and just plug in Authorize.Net code in it?
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07-25-2012 07:53 AM
I downloaded the SIM C# code from here:
The default.aspx page only had 2 fields and a submit button. Is this the sample code you're referring to?
11-10-2021 06:16 AM
So many users are facing this problem on the standard payment page. The main issue is in the logo design which is confusing the people. I think the organization should take logo design inspiration and should concentrate on this UX issue, as it is impacting very badly on the users.