DonateStack, as the name suggests, is a (free) stack that makes donations via PayPal simple. So simple, in fact, that once you've added the stack to your project, all you need do is add your [the recipient's] email address and publish.
However, before you publish, you might wish to take the time and inform your visitor what he is donating to. A Headline stack, or a paragraph stack may help relieve any confusion.
In its basic form, DonateStack simply displays an amount to be donated and a Contribute button. Check the settings panel and you'll find that you can also collect a donor's information – for a thank you letter, perhaps.
The first and probably most important setting is PayPal Account – the address that will receive the donation. Next is Reference – keywords that will help identify the payment.
Locale Code sets the language that visitors will see when they are passed on to the PayPal site. US, for instance, for English, or DE for German. Currency Code defines the base currency setting.
Confirmation Link will allow you to set a return address, once a donor has contributed – a Thank You page, for instance. And if you'd like to know more about your donor – activate Display Address Fields. Once activated, you will see The option Responsive Columns.
Amount Type may be set to Number Box (default), or Option Select Box. The latter will enable you to suggest various donation amounts.
DonateStack Localisation displays the address fields, which may be edited. DonateStack Styling gives styling options for all aspects of the stack with the exception of the Select Box Menu which is always white.
I work for a charitable organisation in Thailand and you may be sure that DonateStack will find its way onto the website alongside the next update.
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