Setting Up Razorpay Payment Method

The Razorpay payment method allows you to accept one-time and recurring payments via over 100 payment methods, including Credit/Debit cards, Netbanking, UPI, and Wallets with Razorpay from Indian customers on your WordPress sites.

Configuring Razorpay is simple and only takes a few moments.

Firstly, go to ProfilePress >> Addons and ensure the Razorpay addon is activated.

Next, go to ProfilePress > Settings > Payments >> Payment Methods and click the Configure button for Razorpay.

If you want to test the setup before going live, ensure you activate “test mode” here before going through the setup.

ProfilePress requires your Razorpay API keys and webhook setup in Razorpay to start accepting payments. You can also set the theme color and image/logo to use in the Razorpay popup checkout.

Finding Your API Keys

Log into your Razorpay dashboard.

From the menu on the left, go to Settings > API Keys.

Copy and paste your Live Key ID and Secret Key or the Test Key ID and Secret Key (depending on whether you have test mode enabled in ProfilePress or not) into the appropriate Razorpay settings in ProfilePress.


Webhooks are how ProfilePress communicates with Razorpay. To add the appropriate webhook endpoints in your Razorpay application, follow the guide below.

On your Razorpay account dashboard, go to Settings >> Webhooks >> Add New Webhook.

Enter your website webhook URL. You can get and copy the Webhook URL from the Webhook Setup section of the ProfilePress Razorpay settings page, which is usually

Secret – Enter your webhook secret to secure your transactions further. Razorpay does not auto-generate this information, so you have to come up with one yourself.

Leave the “Alert Email” as it is.

Active Events – Make sure the following events are added:


Once you’re done, click on the “Create Webhook” button.

Once the webhook is created, ensure you return back to the ProfilePress Razorpay settings page to save the webhook secret.

Here’s a demo of Razorpay on the ProfilePress checkout page.

After submitting the form, your customers will see a Razorpay popup checkout to complete their payment.


Razorpay does not support daily recurring payment plans or subscriptions. Other billing cycles, such as weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly, are supported.


If you need further guidance on using Razorpay or run into any issues setting things up, please reach our team, and we’ll be glad to help.