Support » Plugin: Give - Donation Plugin and Fundraising Platform » BUTTON IN NAVIGATION

  • Resolved Andy Woggle


    Hi! Thanks for your plugin. It’s looking like it’s going to be exactly what I’m after, I was using one that required Woocommerce beforehand which was just plain old annoying! Give looks like it’s everything and more that I was after…

    However, I’ve just been delving through the documentation that came with your plugin and I’m struggling to work out how to show it exactly how I want it.

    I’ve made a modal form and I would like that activated from the last menu item of my main navigation. How on earth do I go about this? I’ve looked at classes and couldn’t seem to find anything, I’ve studied the documentation and am still firing blanks.

    It’s time to accept defeat and ask for help!

    Many thank yous

    Andy W

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Support Ben Meredith


    Hi Andy,

    Thanks so much for the kind words.

    Our “button mode” shortcode works anywhere where shortcodes are supported, so the least-code way to make this happen would be to find a solution that allows shortcodes in menu items and then place a shortcode in button mode into that menu item.

    Here’s a plugin that advertises that functionality: (I’ve not used it, so please test in a safe environment)

    Refer to our documentation explaining all of Give’s shortcodes: (the specific shortcode you are looking for is [give_form] and button display mode.

    ​​Let me know if that resolves things, or if you need further assistance. ​Thanks for using Give! Have a great day.

    Thanks again Ben.

    I managed to find a workaround without the need for more plugins.

    Thanks for a thoroughly decent plugin! It works wonders

    Marked as resolved now


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