How Do I Embed a Stripe in Webflow?

Embedding Stripe in Webflow is a straightforward process that allows you to seamlessly integrate payment processing into your website. With Stripe’s powerful features and Webflow’s intuitive design tools, you can create a professional and secure online payment experience for your customers.

Step 1: Sign up for a Stripe Account

If you haven’t already, head over to the Stripe website and sign up for an account. It’s free and only takes a few minutes. Once you’ve completed the signup process, you’ll have access to your Stripe Dashboard where you can manage payments, view analytics, and more.

Step 2: Generate Stripe Embed Code

To embed Stripe into your Webflow site, you’ll need to generate a code snippet from your Stripe Dashboard. Here’s how:

  1. Login to your Stripe Dashboard.
  2. Click on “Developers” in the left sidebar.
  3. Select “API Keys.”
  4. Copy the “Publishable Key” provided.

Step 3: Add Custom Code to Webflow Site Settings

Now that you have your Publishable Key, it’s time to add it to your Webflow site:

  1. Login to your Webflow account and open the desired project.
  2. Select “Project Settings” from the main dashboard.
  3. Navigate to the “Custom Code” tab.
  4. Paste the following code inside the “Head Code” section:
<script src=""></script>
  var stripe = Stripe('YOUR_PUBLISHABLE_KEY');
  // Additional code for payment handling goes here

Be sure to replace ‘YOUR_PUBLISHABLE_KEY’ with the actual Publishable Key you copied from your Stripe Dashboard.

Step 4: Embed Stripe Payment Form

With the custom code added, you can now embed a Stripe payment form on any page of your Webflow site:

  1. Open the Webflow Designer and navigate to the desired page.
  2. Add an HTML Embed element to your page.
  3. Paste the following code inside the embed element:
<form action="/your-server-side-code" method="POST">
    src="" class="stripe-button"
    data-name="Your Company Name"

Remember to replace ‘YOUR_PUBLISHABLE_KEY’ with your actual Publishable Key.


  • ‘data-amount’: This attribute specifies the payment amount in cents. In this example, it’s set to 999 cents ($9.99).
  • ‘data-name’: Replace ‘Your Company Name’ with your actual business name.
  • ‘data-description’: Customize this attribute to describe the product or service being purchased.
  • ‘data-image’: Replace ‘/path/to/your/logo.png’ with the URL to your company logo.
  • ‘data-locale’: Setting it to ‘auto’ will automatically detect the customer’s browser language for localized Stripe Checkout experience.

Step 5: Test and Go Live

After embedding the payment form, you can test it by making a transaction using Stripe’s test card numbers. To take live payments, you’ll need to complete the necessary steps in your Stripe Dashboard, such as providing bank account details for payouts and verifying your business information.

That’s it! You’ve successfully embedded a Stripe payment form into your Webflow site. Now you can start accepting secure online payments from your customers and grow your business with ease.