We have developed a Wordpress plugin that creates a shortcode for you to drop into one of your posts or pages to link your readers or supporters directly to your Altruly profile page so that they can immediately go start fundraising on behalf of your organization. This is the simplest and quickest way to update your organization's Wordpress site to point to your Altruly profile.
Download the plugin here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/altruly-simple-diy-fundraising-for-charities-and-nonprofits/
If you already have an Altruly profile created, proceed to step 4:
[altruly slug="your-slug-from-altruly" color="blue"]on the post or page you would like (other color options are: green, orange, purple, red, yellow). *Please ensure that the slug attribute is set correctly, or your supporters may not be directed to the right profile page*.
= Do I need an Altruly account to enable this plugin? =
Yes. Charities and nonprofits can create an account here
= What does the plugin do? =
The plugin allows you to add a shortcode into any page or post on your WordPress website, which creates some text describing how your supporters can use Altruly to create fundraisers that benefit your cause and a button that creates an external link to your Altruly organization page.
= What is a slug? =
When you create your Altruly account, you'll choose a slug that identifies with your organization. You'll need it for using this shortcode because it will create hyperlink that will direct your readers to the correct Altruly fundraising profile.
= What are the required arguments for the shortcode? =
There are two arguments for the shortcode:
slug argument is used to ensure that your readers are able to link to the correct Altruly organization profile. You will need your Altruly profile slug, which you selected when you created your Altruly account. The
color argument is optional. It will default to blue, but can also be green, orange, purple red or yellow.