Step 1: Navigate to Your Admin Dashboard

Click next to "Viewing Dashboard For" in the middle and very bottom of the page to toggle between Dashboards. Then select the organization name of the profile you're looking to access at this time from the options.

Step 2: Navigate to your Everyday Community Giving Dashboard

From the “Home” Tab of your Admin Dashboard, click on your Everyday Community Giving name on the left sidebar. This will bring you to your Everyday Community Giving Dashboard. 

Please keep in mind that although the example below uses OC Nonprofit Central as the Everyday Community Giving profile, you will find your Everyday Community Giving profile name in the same spot on your Admin Dashboard.

Step 3: Customize Your Button

While on your Everyday Community Giving dashboard, you'll see an option in the right-hand bar, called "Embed a Donate Button". Select this option. 

After making that selection, you'll be brought to a page where you can customize the button's call to action, then even select the color of the button. This is a great opportunity to make it clear to donors exactly what their gift will go towards.

Step 4: Embedding the Button Into Your Site

Based on the type of site you have, there are different ways to approach implementation. Below is a quick-guide based on some types of sites you might have!

Standard HTML Sites: Simply copy and paste the code directly into the HTML of your site. We recommend pasting a snippet inside any block-level HTML element, including but not limited to:

•<body>...</body> •<div>...</div> •<span>...</span>

•<td>...</td> •<p>...</p>

Be sure to follow the guidelines for valid HTML (http://validator.w3.org/docs/help.html), including the closing of all tags.

WordPress

Embedding a snippet in a Sidebar Widget (v2.8 and greater)

If you would like the Everyday Community Giving donate button to appear in the sidebar on every page of your WordPress blog, we recommend adding the code snippet in a Text sidebar widget. Once you are logged into your WordPress blog dashboard, you'll need to do the following:

  1. Click the ‘Widgets’ link from the ‘Appearance’ tab in version 2.8 or higher
  2. Next, drag a Text widget from the list of Available Widgets into the Sidebar set of widgets of your choosing
  3. Next, paste the Everyday Community Giving form snippet into the body of the newly added Text widget and click ‘Save’

To use this widget on WordPress, you will need have a business plan subscription with WordPress. Javascript is not supported on free WordPress sites.

Embedding a snippet in a Theme Layout

If you would like your Everyday Community Giving widget to appear on every page of your WordPress blog, we recommend adding the snippet to your blog’s Theme using a custom template. Once you are logged into your WordPress blog dashboard:

  1. Click the ‘Editor’ link from the ‘Appearance’ tab in version 2.8 or higher. In version 2.7, click the ‘Theme Editor’ link from the ‘Design’ tab
  2. Next, select the template you wish to add the snippet to from the list of templates. For example, if you wish to have the Giving Day button display in your blog’s sidebar, select the "Sidebar.php" template
  3. Next, paste the Everyday Community Giving code snippet into the template file’s code
  4. Click ‘Update File’

Embedding a snippet in an individual post

If you would like your Everyday Community Giving profile button to appear on a single post on your blog, load the ‘Edit’ screen for the post you wish to use. Next, simply paste the snippet into the ‘HTML’ content tab, then click ‘Publish’ or ‘Save Draft’.

NOTE: if your WordPress version is 2.6 or earlier, you may need to add a </p> tag before the snippet and a <p> after it, with no line breaks.

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to our customer success team via the blue chat bubble on the bottom right of the screen, or send us an email at customersuccess@givegab.com.

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