• Web Widgets Introduction

    Web widgets are a kind of easy API for web designers, making it possible for them to build and embed completely customisable giving pages onto your website, using the popular Stripe (for payment cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay and PayPal) and GoCardl...

  • Implementing Web Widgets on your website

    This guide is designed for web developers and web designers for the implementation of Web Widgets on to your website.   Requirements Web Widgets are a Professional-only feature. Essential subscribers, please contact us to find out more about upgr...

  • Adding PayPal, Apple Pay and Google Pay to your Web Widgets

    Adding PayPal, Apple Pay and Google Pay to your Web Widget(s) makes it even easier for your supporters to donate to your charity or make a financial transaction for another purpose by replacing the need to find their physical card and tap in those...

  • Web Widgets Donations and Existing Constituents

    If someone makes a donation via a Donorfy web widget or a campaign donation page Donorfy will try and match the donation to your existing constituents. The matching process uses the same approach that we use for duplicate checking see 'How the che...

  • Allowing Purposes in Web Widgets 

    Donorfy's Web Widgets allow you to add allowed or blocked Purposes to Constituent Profiles added or updated via a Web Widget - to use this feature you need to make some changes to the HTML generated for the Web Widget. The details of the allowed o...

  • Using Tags with Web Widgets

    Donorfy Web Widgets allow you to add active or blocked tags to constituents added or updated via a web widget - to use this feature you need to make some changes to the HTML generated for the web widget. The details of the active or blocked tags y...

  • Automatically Sending Acknowledgements for Online Donations

    You can set up your Web Widgets, Donation Forms or Campaign Donation Pages to automatically send an email when the donation is received - if you decide not automatically send the acknowledgement emails the emails will be queued up for you to send ...

  • Allowing Beneficiary Details to be Entered on Web Widgets

    You can add some HTML to a Donorfy web widget to allow the entry of the name & address for a beneficiary when a donation is made. For example, if your organisation has a friends scheme and a friendship can be bought as a gift - the details of the ...

  • Updating Web Widget Communication Consent Options

    Within Donorfy you can alter the Processing basis for your Communication Channels; Legitimate Interest and Opt-In. When a change has been made to the Processing basis option within your Communication Channels all of your Web Widgets will need to b...

  • Disable Apple Pay, Google Pay or PayPal on Web Widgets

    If you do not wish to provide payment options using Apple Pay, Google Pay or PayPal from your donate page featuring a Web Widget (Stripe), then these options can be disabled/switched off as below:   Disabling/switching off Apple Pay and Google Pay...

  • Updating Web Widgets to allow for long reCaptcha tokens

    We’ve recently made an update to our Web Widgets to enable them to handle long reCaptcha tokens that are periodically issued when payments are made using Stripe. If you have any Widgets created prior to 13th May 2024 you will need to update them t...

  • Web Widget Troubleshooting

    This article has some suggestions to help solve problems that may be experienced in getting Web Widgets working, best practice and where to locate information about errors occurring.   Only One Widget per Page  You should set up your giving pages ...

  • Using Web Widgets with Squarespace

    To add a web widget to a Squarespace site you need to create your web widget in the normal way and add it to your Squarespace site in a code block Paste the widget HTML into your code block Add the following lines to the top of your code block b...