Authorize.Net recently launched the Direct Post Method (DPM) which makes it faster than ever to take full control of the checkout process.
The Direct Post Method gives your merchants complete control over the pages related to the checkout experience. You can create your merchant's own checkout form and host it on their own server. If your merchant wants to add analytics to their page, they can. If they want to test different background colors, font sizes, live chat, or blinking text, go for it! You can design, tweak, and test your merchant's checkout forms as you would any other page on their site.
Using DPM, Authorize.Net payments can be posted directly from the customer browser to the Authorize.Net payment gateway, reducing PCI burdens on the merchant's website.
Using DPM, Authorize.Net payments can be posted directly from the customer browser to the Authorize.Net payment gateway, reducing PCI burdens on the merchant's website. The gateway then posts transaction details to the merchant server which returns a redirect to a thank-you page. The redirect automatically brings the browser back to the merchant site with the result that the URL in the address bar stays on the same origin even though the form action points to the payment gateway.
PayPal is a faster, easier and safer way for customers to pay you online using all major debit and credit cards, online bank transfers and payments direct from account holders PayPal balance.