Jimdo is a robust, mobile responsive website builder that now hosts over 15 million websites! It offers a free basic service – which provides you with enough tools to build a functional website – as well as two-premium services. For those of you who have created your website on Jimdo or are planning to, here is a quick guide on how to embed your recurring Donorbox donation forms onto a Jimdo website.
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In order to reduce risks, Donorbox requires that a web page be SSL secured in order to embed a recurring donation form onto it. For those of you using a custom domain for a Weebly website, this guide will teach you how to use Cloudflare to add SSL to your website.
The setup might be technical, so you may want one of the more tech-savvy members of your team to take this on. Please make sure to read through the guide carefully before beginning the process as mistakes may cause some downtime for your website. Regardless, we will walk you through every step and the reward is well worth it! You get a free SSL protection for your donation page which normally costs around $40.
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Wix, one of the most popular website builders out there, unfortunately does not support SSL. As such, in order to ensure the security of their donors and their information, Donorbox users should not be embedding their recurring donation forms directly onto their Wix websites. However, Wix users can still use the Donorbox donate button in order to accept recurring donations on Wix, as it will lead donors to a secure hosted donation page. Here’s how:
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In addition to embedding a donation form inside your webpage, we offer two embeddable donate buttons for websites: a donate now button linked to your secure donation page and a donate button for a popup modal form. With the secure donation page, you don’t need to install any additional SSL on your website. If you want to use a popup modal form, make sure that your website is SSL secured.
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We have a small feature update for you. Until recently, our Donorbox donate buttons had been CSS based. However, we decided to add PNG image buttons, so you can add a donate button into email campaigns (such as those on MailChimp), as well as on GitHub pages. Here’s how to use them:
1. Go to your Donorbox dashboard and click “Donate button” by the appropriate campaign.
2. Scroll past the CSS Code to find the “PNG Image Buttons”. You can choose the size and color of your button, as well as set the option for recurring donations as default. Once you’ve customized your donate button, download the PNG by clicking on it.
3. Now, to add your donation button to a MailChimp email campaign, create your campaign and click the “Image” button in your text editor. Other email campaign software such as Campaign Monitor will work in a similar fashion.
4. Upload your donation button PNG and link it to your Donorbox campaign link.
5. That’s it! You are now ready to send your email campaign, complete with a donation button.
MODX users – here’s a quick and simply tutorial on how to embed a Donorbox donation form in your website!
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Here’s a quick and easy tutorial to teach you how to install a Donorbox donation form onto your concrete5 website.
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We put together a quick integration guide for our Drupal 8 users – keep reading to find out how easy it is to install a Donorbox donation form onto your Drupal 8 website!
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