Filter the parameters used to create the payment intent in Stripe.
/** * Filter params used to create the payment intent. * * @since 2.4.1 * * @param array $params Array of params sent to Stripe. * @param object $order Order object for this checkout. */ apply_filters( 'pmpro_stripe_payment_intent_params', $params, $order );
For a full list of parameters, see the Stripe documentation on the PaymentIntent object.
- array; Array of params sent to Stripe.
- object; Order object for this checkout.
File: https://github.com/strangerstudios/paid-memberships-pro/blob/master/classes/gateways/class.pmprogateway_stripe.phpView in Source Code
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