In 95% of situations, we suggest using Form V2. Form V1 embeds directly into your website code and therefore allows for more custom configurations—although development knowledge is required to implement these configurations. Form V2 is delivered through an iFrame, provides a better user experience, and allows for more native Funraise features, like Apple Pay or Tickets.
The Form Ids and script links here are for demo purposes only. Be sure to copy the form code directly from your platform and then configure it using the tips below.
If you're only embedding a single form on a single page, you can copy and paste the entire embed code into an HTML block in the body of your webpage.
If you're embedding multiple forms on a single page or across your website, you'll need to separate parts of the embed script and place them in the appropriate places.How to do this with Squarespace
Launch the Form with a custom amount by adding
data-amount="" to your button element.
By default, your Form uses your platform currency. You can override your default or add multiple currencies, then configure the ask buttons for each currency.
You can use the native Event Handlers,
onSuccess to create custom functions. Depending on the stage of the donation process, you can additionally pass donor and donation properties into your custom functions as arguments.
With Event Handlers, you can redirect the donor to a new page after a successful donation. This can be used for a special "Thank You" page or for analytics tracking. Please keep in mind, as with all custom implementations, this is only an example and not all browsers will treat this the same way. Be sure to fully test your unique solution.
PayPal is unique and has its own redirection link configurable from the Giving Form Editor.
Our goal is to add more customizations through the platform editor. As more dynamic edits are available for the Donation Form V2, we'll post them here. Stay tuned 🙌