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  • Monthly and One Time Gift Option in the same form. PLEASE.

    Hello Click and Pledge,

    I want to create a form where I can give the donors an option where they can choose between "one time" or "monthly".

    Here is an example from Convio:
    https://secure3.convio.net/ijm/site/...donation=form1

    Not having this option is creating more work and unnecessary multiple forms.

    I was informed that this will be updated but that was while ago.

    Sincerely,

    Anthony

  • #2
    Good day!

    I am not sure I understand the question.

    All of our forms give you that option.

    https://co.clickandpledge.com/sp/d1/...aspx?wid=41089

    the above is a simple example from the Classic page. Custom forms may also be set up to do the same. I am not sure why you think we don't offer that. Please explain!
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    • #3
      Awesome Click and Pledge!

      Few questions,

      here is our current form:
      https://www.womenoftheharvest.com/donate/

      1) Can I have two radio button where they can choose "monthly" or "one time" like the sample that I gave you from my previous post VS checking or not checking the box.
      2) What is the form filed name for that check box if you want to implement this in your custom form.
      3) If checking and not checking is the only option we have, how can we make the option where donors don't choose the period time.

      Did that make sense to you?

      THANKS FOR YOUR AWESOME SUPPORT.

      Anthony

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      • #4
        Good day!

        There are a couple of tricks that you can do that will help with this.

        1: For indefinite recurring you need to set the N parameter as a hidden field and set its value to 999
        2: If the period for the recurring donation is blank we won't process the recurring. So you may add the fields and if the end user enters a period then it will be set as recurring. If a recurring parameter is missing the payment will NOT process as recurring.

        I will set up an example on our site by tomorrow showing you how that can be done. Hope that helps.
        Regards,
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        • #5
          Thanks guys!

          If you give some samples, that would help so much!

          Sincerely,

          Anthony

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          • #6
            Did you guys make the sample form yet of this???

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            • #7
              Sorry for late reply.. this example was made a while back but our site is under code freeze due to an update.

              Is the following what you are trying to do?

              https://www.clickandpledge.com/devel.../example/002b/

              In this example the recurring is an option:

              <input name="Installment" type="radio" id="Installment" value="" checked="checked" />One Time
              <br />
              <input name="Installment" type="radio" id="Installment" value="999" />Monthly until I cancel


              In the absence of a recurring parameter the payment is considered a one time payment. By making the installment a radio button we can pass the value of N as 999 for indefinite. This will make it really simple for setting up indefinite recurring.
              Regards,
              Click & Pledge Support Department

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