If your website does not support SSL, our donate button is a great solution. The Donorbox donate button will take donors to an SSL-secured donation page that’s hosted for free on our secure servers.
Here’s how to install an attractive donate button.
If you prefer a video tutorial or are having a hard time embedding the Weebly donate button, here you go.
Go to your Campaigns page and find the campaign you wish to embed on your site. Click the “<> Embed Codes” button.
Select the “Donate Button” tab where you can see two types of buttons: a CSS button and a PNG button.
Next, customize the size and color of the Donorbox donate button until it suits your website. Then, copy the button code you wish to add to your Weebly website.
Now click on the embed code icon and you will see a pop-up that says “Custom HTML.” Click on “Edit Custom HTML.” Paste the code that you copied earlier. Once your code is pasted, the Donorbox donate button should appear.
When a donor clicks on the donate button, they will be taken to your Donorbox-hosted donation page, like the one shown below. Another benefit of Donorbox is that you can track donations and donors can easily and securely make one-time or recurring donations. All you have to do is get ready to receive donations!
You don’t have to use the Donorbox button to use our awesome donation forms. You are free to use any button image you want. Follow the below steps to add a custom donate button.
First, save the desired image of the button. Or you can copy the URL of the image you wish to use. Then, locate the “image” icon of the left side of the page. Click and drag the image icon to your desired location on the page.
Click on “Link”, then click on “Website URL”.
Copy and paste the link to your Donorbox-hosted campaign, which can be found in the Donorbox campaigns page as shown below.
And now you have a custom donate button that takes donors to your very own secure donation page!
You have the option of embedding the full Donorbox donation form directly on your website, instead of a Donate button. In this case, your website visitors will see the form directly. Some nonprofits opt for both the options, depending on their website design- adding the donate button wherever needed, while also keeping the embedded donation form on their homepage or donation page. It can be customized to fit into any web page. Check out this tutorial for step-by-step instructions.
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