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  • Resolved Chris


    Great Plugin! The Donate URL that I’m using on our site is (parent). The /donate folder the parent for “Donation-Confirmation”, “Transaction Failed” and “Donation History” pages from the plugin. Is there a way to make that Donate the parent instead of “donations”? — current url is –> (,2,3,etc.).

    Please advise. Thanks!

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  • Plugin Author Matt Cromwell


    Hi there,

    There’s a few intricacies of your question that I want to clarify before I make my recommendation.

    1) The current /donations page is the “Archive” of all your Give Forms. You CAN change that “slug” but it won’t be as a parent page. It would still remain an Archive and list all of your donation forms.

    2) You could create a Page called “Donate” with that name and then set it as the Parent of the other pages, but /donations would still be the Archive page

    3) You can change the “slug” of the Archive page to anything you like by adding this to your wp-config.php file:
    define('GIVE_SLUG', 'alldonations');
    Of course change “alldonations” to whatever you like, just don’t use any spaces. After you change it, go to “Settings > Permalinks” and just hit save so those changes take effect.

    But regardless of parent/child page relationship, you can always create a menu item with /donate using the “Custom Link” feature of WordPress menus, and put the child pages under that.

    BUT!… my suggestion would instead to be to create a Parent page called “My Account” and add the [donation_history] shortcode there, and make the “Donation-Confirmation” and others be child pages of that page.

    You can read about all the different shortcodes here:

    Let me know if you have further questions. Thanks!

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