How To Implement Your Custom Text Donate Button

There are many ways to customize your CommitChange donate button. One of the most subtle and powerful is to create a button using a custom text link, which appeals to your donors as an "ask" that can be focused to perfectly complement your fundraising goals. It is also a method that is often used to showcase specific donation levels, fees, and products nonprofits have to offer.

You can build a donate button directly from anywhere within CommitChange. Just click on the Donation Form icon in the left-hand Dashboard Menu. 

CommitChange Donate Button Icon

Click on the selection in the menu for the Custom Text Button and type in the text you would like to become a link. 

CommitChange Custom Text Donate Button Option

Go through the menu of the builder to set up additional options for your button, like setting a specific designation or redirecting to a custom thank you page at the end of each donation. Click the Finish button to "See the Code" or "Email the Code."

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If you are implementing the button yourself, copy the code, navigate to the system you use to manage your website, and inject the code into the page you would like a donate button. Make sure that you are able to edit and add to the code for the page (do not paste directly into a "What You See is What You Get" style of editor).

Adding CommitChange Donate Button Code to Website

If you have a webmaster, "Email the Code" to them to have it implemented on your site.

While setting up a Custom Image Button takes a little extra work, it is worth the effort in ensuring that the branding for your site is seamless and recognizable. 

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