I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I bump into an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could assist you..
Ok, that helps a lot but I'm still confused about one thing. Will the stock authorize payment module in the admin area do this or do I have to install a contribution for the AIM? thanks..
As far as I know, the payment module in the admin area uses AIM, but I'm not totally sure..
If anyone knows the answer, please post a response..
Ok, just one more question. I got the transaction key in and I did a test run but how do I view that transaction in authorize.net? thanks for the help!..
I think if you have test mode on, then you won't be able to view the transaction in your merchant interface. I think you'll have to go "live" and make a $1.00 transaction, then just refund the transaction amount back to yourself, then I think you'll be able to view the transaction...
I have a question for you? How did you install authorize.net. Seems like I am having a problem with my installation. I thought I was doing it right. Put in all the files where they are suppose to be at and look at admin to see the install php file. Nothing..
Could use your help. Thanks..
I just got my account w/ authorize.net and I am extemely confused as to how things work. I installed the authorize module in the admin area but it's asking for a transaction key and I have no idea what that is. A few other things I dont understand are what happens when someon enters in there credit card? Do I manually enter it into my authorize.net account or does it do it automatically? What is AIM? And what is the authorize.net consolidated? Please help me out! thanks!..
You say that you got your account with Authorize.net. You need to log into your merchant account under settings and click obtain transaction key. That will give you the key that you need to enter into that field. There are two methods of integration AIM and SIM. AIM is the preferred method of integration because it offers better security and features. I don't know what Authorize.Net consolidated means.
Hope that helps..