I have set up a webform to receive gift memberships so that one individual can purchase a membership for another. Although the instructions seem relatively straightforward (see here and here), the payment page/form does not display an area to actually submit credit card information.
Any insight would be appreciated.
Some details: The problem is not specific to gift memberships, but webforms. The webforms on our site integrate fine with civiCRM, EXCEPT for accepting payment. So for example, I use webforms for non-paying memberships and everything works fine. I have tried setting up just a webform that links to a contribution page and it does not work.
So, per the civiCRM webform documentation, "Using Webforms, you can accept online payments for contributions, events and memberships or any combination of these on a single form."
THe documentation then states that "When creating a contribution, event or membership webform that includes payments, first set up a dedicated contribution page for the sole purpose of embedding it on one or more webforms. Most of the contribution page settings will be ignored by the webform. Only the following need to be configured: Title: This will be displayed on the webform Financial type Currency Payment processor Email receipt - if enabled, these will be sent from the webform just as they would be from the real contribution page"
On the backend, all of this makes sense. I have set up a dedicated contribution page and configured each of the items listed above (title, etc). I have tested the dedicated contribution page, and it works fine. The problem seems to be in how the page connects to the webform. But I do not see anything wrong on the backend, nor have I found someone discussing a similar problem.
(3)Finally, the edit screen for the webform. This is where the webform is instructed to connect to a contribution page.