Introducing the RaiseDonors Wordpress Plugin
If you use Wordpress to manage your website, we've got some exciting news for you! Our shiny new RaiseDonors Wordpress plugin is now available for immediate download.
Once you install the plugin—you’ll connect RaiseDonors to your site in just a few clicks!
To publish donation pages on your WordPress website:
- Build your donation page in RaiseDonors.
- In WordPress: open a post or page, add a new block, and select RaiseDonors from the list of available options.
- Now you can search through all of your RaiseDonors donation pages and select the one you want to embed.
- Publish your post or page.
- Edit and update all your donation pages from the RaiseDonors page builder. They’ll automatically get updated on your WordPress site.
The RaiseDonors plugin is compatible with:
- Classic Editor
- Gutenberg Editor
- More coming soon!
We Are Authentically Strong
RaiseDonors is now officially part of the Strong Customer Authentication program with Stripe, meaning that checkouts and payments are more secure to maintain compliance with new European regulations and fraud protections. Not only does this mean our partnership with Stripe is stronger than ever, but you'll see a much cleaner interface when entering payment card information in donation pages. You'll also be able to sleep soundly knowing that your donors' data is protected and secure.
Bug fixes and small additions
- Fixed a bug with the selection tool on the Authorize.net "suspended schedules" page.
- Fixed a bug when creating a product to always require a product code.
- Fixed a bug to better enforce shipping rules (USA only vs USA + International) on products.
- Modified the fraud detection suite to better recognize gifts made via the Virtual Terminal.
- Modified the verification process donors complete when accessing their accounts for the first time to remove the "verification code".
- Added a configurable amount of time to delay creating a recurring schedule in Authorize.net when a gift is being made. This delay must exist because of how Authorize.net functions as a platform 😡, but the appropriate length can vary depending on a customer's specific setup. So instead of hardcoding this time in the platform, we've made it configurable per account.
- Added a sandbox Authorize.net account in the background so that sandbox accounts can simulate giving experiences from start to finish.
- Added a link to the "Integration Dashboard" to the navigation of the site so that customers have direct access to resolve integration errors.
- Added the ability to resubmit integrations to Kindful CRM.
- Added various new endpoints to the API.