When your design does not render correctly on the secure payments page, this is typically due to PCI Compliance and Security. The secure payments page will strip out any design that may potentially compromise the PCI compliance and security of the page. There are several important items to remember about the secure payment page. Make sure you consider this information to enhance accessibility for both options.

Secure Payment Page: Important Considerations​: 
  • We recommend you remove parts that contain a Flash file.These files include JavaScript that the secure payment page removes for PCI DSS compliance. If you do not remove the part, an Adobe download message likely appears in its place on the secure payment page.
  • Likewise, we recommend you remove graphics that include JavaScript. The secure payment page removes these graphics for PCI DSS compliance. If you do not remove the graphic, the page likely renders incorrectly.
  • We recommend you remove third-party social media sharing widgets from your page. These links typically include JavaScript that the secure payment page removes for PCI DSS compliance.
  • External style sheets including those you import in Stylesheets do not appear. Only styles from the default style sheet or inline on a part appear.