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    How can I create a Payment Form with Donation Options?

    Asked by SpeakeasyDC on November 22, 2013 at 01:25 PM

    I just integrated with Authorize.net but I was expecting to be able to give the donors choices (eg. $50, $500, etc. ) instead of just a fill-in feild. Also, its not clear if they need to put 10.00 or 10 (no decimal)

     

    Also, if I embed the form, it does not appear as if it's secure. Is there a way to do that? Our patrons want to know it's a secure system. 

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    Answered by KadeJM on November 22, 2013 at 05:25 PM

    That actually has nothing to do with the Authorize.Net Payment Integration. That is the way we have our Donation Option within the Payment Integration Tool configured. It was created this way because it is known that many people who make Donations prefer the freedom of choice when making a donation to some extent so this is why it was built that way.

    If you prefer to specify certain amounts I would recommend that you create a Multi-Payment Form. On your Main Form you'll have your Form Information and your Products Listing the Choices as possible Donation Option Packages for certain Dollar Amounts. Then make a second form with just the Custom Entered Donation Amount that they can check-off if they wish to specify how much as an Alternative. This would then be embedded onto your main form.