The Main Page or Homepage is is what the donor first sees when they access the website.
The parts of the page are:
The first part of the page is the header that contains your logo and the navigational buttons for the Donor Wall or Challenges (if you are using this functionality).
This is the large image you see at the top of a web page that grabs your attention and sets the tone for the rest of the page. Hero images span the full width of the page and contain a call-to-action button to make a donation.
Instead of using a hero image you can add a video. We recommend videos are no more than 2 minutes long, as studies have shown longer videos result in viewers losing interest. In order to add the video on the website you will need to host it on Youtube or Vimeo.
The website or body copy is the text your donors will read. This can contain a mixture of information such as why you created this page, how donations will be used and the impact donors can make. You can add images and customise the font to your liking.
If you're planning on running multiple campaigns on the site these will be listed in the 'Find a Cause You're Passionate About' section. When clicked, the donor will be redirected to the funds page where they can read the information provided about it.
Spread the word
This section allows site visitors to share the site message on their social channels. As we use a 3rd party API for this functionality, we don't control the social channels offered.
Join the conversation
Here you can add the campaign hashtag and encourage site users to share it on social media.
A footer performs the same function as the header — it’s a region on a website that’s constant from page to page — except a footer is at the bottom of a page instead of the top.