The widget configuration can be accessed from Admin > New Widget Configuration:
Select the widget type and Edit to the right of the widget name you would like to edit:
Select Widget Code from the configuration options on the left-hand side.
This section is where you can easily find the iframe code to embed your widget into your website.
This can be easily inserted into the backend of your website and customised to fit into your webpage seamlessly
iframe Widget Code Example:
<iframe style="width:100%;height:1500px;border:0;" src="https://connect.vega.works/Content/csharp/DonateFormAll.aspx?rfD3x0k=7A213DB9-4546-4386-B9D7-3651FF0A46C6&xlnse5=2055"></iframe>
The code will have a default width:100% and height:1500px
These sizes can be changed to fit into your website and resolve issues of unnecessary blank spaces.
When this code is added to your website, these measurements can be edited. Check the sizing on your webpage and if scrolling is needed to access the whole widget and edit again if needed.
<iframe style="width:50%;height:900px;border:0;" src="https://connect.vega.works/Content/csharp/DonateFormAll.aspx?rfD3x0k=7A213DB9-4546-4386-B9D7-3651FF0A46C6&xlnse5=2055"></iframe>
The above edit to the iframe will display my widget in a smaller width but the reduced height means the widget will need to be scrolled to access all of it.
These customisations work well when you want to have a small donation widget on the side of your webpage
It can also be used in conjunction with the Multipage option to create a small donation widget which doesn't take up a lot of space on the webpage but allows your donors to donate easily:
<iframe style="width:50%;height:450px;border:0;" src="https://connect.vega.works/Content/csharp/DonateFormAll.aspx?rfD3x0k=7A213DB9-4546-4386-B9D7-3651FF0A46C6&xlnse5=2055"></iframe>
Widget Email Link:
The Widget Email Link allows you to create a personalised link to send in your emails and really engage with your supporters. It also gives the option to use your already configured widget, but include different financial information, for a specific appeal for example.
Create another Widget of the same type with a different GL Code and/or Campaign:
This iframe code could then be embedded on another page of your website asking for donations towards a specific campaign.
Create a link for an Email to prefill the Widget with a supporter's details:
This personalised link is a great tool to make donations even easier for your supporters. When they click this link, the fields in the widget will be populated with the information stored on their contact. Any updates to this information will be automatically updated on the contact but the payment will be matched correctly.
For the Email Link, you will need to enter the container page, where this widget will be displayed.
This is the page on your website where you have this widget embedded; your donate page, for example. When you copy this URL, make sure to right-click and paste as plain text to avoid any unseen formatting:
There is also the option to include a new GL Code or Campaign when creating this personalised link, as we did above.
This link will use one of the personalised supporter greeting options from Form Setup:
If neither of these options has been selected, then it will default to display:
“Hello #Salutation#, thank you for your support!” above the widget, it will not display the general greeting document.
This personalised link will also use the contact’s suggested payment prompts as the three donation prompts on the widget when these have not been manually changed.
If donation prompts have been added under Donation Options then these will always be used, even in a personalised widget link.
The link generated can now be used in your emails to send from Vega.