System > Configuration > Sales > Google API > Google Checkout
Use the Google Checkout section to configure your Google Checkout settings. With Google Checkout configured, customers can make purchases from your store using their Google account.
For step-by-step instructions, see Setting Up Google Checkout
|Enable||Website||Activates the Google Checkout payment method.|
|Title||Store View||Sets the title for the Google Checkout method in the shopping cart checkout.|
Activates Sandbox Mode for testing purposes. In sandbox mode, transactions are not actually processed.
Note: If Sandbox mode is enabled, ensure that Secure Callback URL is set to No.
|Secure Callback URL||Website||Enables live shopping cart checkout payments through Google Checkout. This should be set to Yes if Google Checkout is enabled and Sandbox mode is disabled.|
|Debug||Website||Enables the logging of Google Checkout transactions to keep an audit trail. Credit card numbers will never be logged.|
|Merchant ID||Website||Unique merchant identification provided by Google. This is given to you when you signup for Google Checkout as a seller.|
|Merchant Key||Website||Unique merchant key provided by Google. This is given to you when you sign up for Google Checkout as a seller.|
|Checkout Image Style||Website||
Sets the Google Checkout graphic that is displayed during the checkout process.
Sets the location that your store is based in. Google Checkout is currently available in two countries:
|New Order Status||Website||Set to Pending by default. When a transaction is processed, its status is set to pending in your store. Customers can keep track of their orders from their account on your site.|
|Continue Shopping URL||Website||The page URL that customer are redirected to after processing the transaction in Google Checkout. If left blank, the customer will be returned to the store homepage.|
|Hide Cart Contents||Website||
If enabled, cart contents will be hidden after the customer clicks the Google Checkout button in the shopping cart.
Shopping cart contents will be restored if they click Edit Cart from within Google Checkout.
Disabling this feature will keep the products in the shopping cart after the customer clicks the Google Checkout button in the shopping cart.
|Disable Default Tax Tables||Website||Enable this if your checkout request is too big and is being cut off.|
|Enable using shipping rates from Google Account||Website||If you prefer to use the shipping rates from your Google account, set to “Yes.”
Note: Using Google shipping rates disables the shipping calculations for other methods.