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    I'm setting up a page for event registration and an optional user entered donation amount using the simple basket system and POST. I'm having a problem getting the tax deductible setting to function properly. When set to 1, the tax deduction comes through as $1 no matter what amount is entered for donation. What is the correct format for this? I based my code on this page: http://manual.clickandpledge.com/Sim...st-Method.html

    Thanks.

  • #2
    Good day.

    Do you have a link where we can see your code?

    Also have you considered using FaaS platform instead? If you have your own form then why not build it all in one form? all you need is an SSL key and you will be done.
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    • #3
      Code can be seen here: http://www.fergusonfoundation.org/5k/5k_test.shtml

      I just started looking at the FaaS platform, and will probably use it in the future, but for this event I already have the checkout process set up using the payment system and think it will work well if I can just get the tax deductible portion to work.

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      • #4
        Sorry for late reply.

        Please see the following link:The following field is what sets the Tax Deductible portion. The field name is "td"

        <input type="hidden" name="td" value="0" />

        One problem with using the floating basket with donations, the way you are doing it, is that the td needs to be posted as the amount to be shown and therefore it is not a percentage. The donation field is a variable so if someone donations $30 you need to calculate the tax deductible value through a JS before posting it to us.

        Adding % to td is a good option and we will work on adding it in one of the next updates. No date set yet.

        Please let us know if you need any further assistance.


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        • #5
          Good day.

          We just released a new update which will help you with what you are trying to do. Take a look at this example:In this example "td" field name allows for % symbol to be included with the value. So the following are the 2 methods the field name may be used:

          Tax deductible portion = 100%
          • <input type="hidden" name="td" value="100%" />
          Tax deductible portion = $100
          • <input type="hidden" name="td" value="100" />
          Using the % sign with an open field allows for offering the full amount of whatever is entered as the tax deductible portion.

          Hope this feature helps.
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