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Donations using eCart or PayPal buttons

Thread began 5/09/2012 1:01 pm by Jason Kline | Last modified 5/09/2012 3:34 pm by Jason Kline | 536 views | 4 replies |

Jason Kline

Donations using eCart or PayPal buttons

Hi Support,

I looked at the link below to setup donations using ecart.

ecart/

Can multiple donation inputs be added using eCart or PayPal buttons?

We need to give the option to allow donations to the church available funds.

Example: General Fund ($10), Building Fund ($50), Education Fund($100), etc.

see attached

Thanks,
Jason

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

yes. each donation would be a separate add to cart button in eCart.

create one add to cart button for the General Fund donation

and a second add to cart button for the Building Fund donation, etc....

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Jason Kline

Hi Jason,

After adding two donation "add to buttons", I did a test.

see attached

Entered 1.00 for each fund.

This method will does not show each item with the amounts and calculate the "Grand Total".

We need to allow for the person donating to split the amount they will donate amoung different funds and click on donate button.

Is this posibble?

Thanks,
Jason

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

make sure that you use a unique ID value for each add to cart button.

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Jason Kline

Hi Jason,

That fixed it.

Thank you.
Jason

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