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Embedding the donation form into your website
Embedding the donation form into your website

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Updated over a week ago

Once you've created your MYSITE donation form, you can either send your donors to the donation form's web address (URL), or install the donation form as an iframe.

However, you can also, quite easily, install the donation form as a "pop-up" (what's called a modal) inside of your own website, with a minimum of coding.

Will the donation form be blocked by pop-up blockers?

The pop-up uses an established web method called Modal, and as such will not be blocked by any pop-up ad blockers like Adblock

Instructions for installing the donation form or store as a modal on your own website

After the <body> tag of your webpage, add the following script:

<script src=""></script>

Next, customize the example URL above in bold with the 1-word name that you chose for your donation form. So if your form is called leket2, the URL should be

  • To change the language of the donation form, just change /en to the language parameter that you want to use, like /he for Hebrew.

  • You can add any addition variables that you'd like, as described in our Advanced MYSITE features.

Opening the modal donation form

To trigger opening the donation from from a button or a textual link, just add the following class: ig_open_modal

So, if my button's code is <button type="button" class="btn btn-primary">

It would become <button type="button" class="btn btn-primary ig_open_modal">

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