- I have added a new field in the configuration to be able to have two SHA256, one would be for the actual gateway, and the other for the gateway in testing. I do this because this way it is easier to control the SHA256. In the premium version this makes much more sense, it is true(you can read the explanation here), but I thought it might be interesting under some circumstances to have both SHA256’s saved, and not have to constantly change them.
- I have fixed some strings that had spelling mistakes in English (thanks to Maria who has warned me).
- Declared compatibility with WooCommerce 3.9
- New notice, with better design and more clear.
If you don’t have it installed, you can download it from WordPress.org, and I recommend that you look at the page on the differences between Redsys’ free WordPress.org Plugin and WooCommerce.com’s premium Plugin, you will surely be surprised.