The Give Donor Wall Block allows you to display a donor wall with donation information publicly on posts and pages as donors opt-in. All the settings can be configured in the block editor.

Displaying the success of your campaign is a great way to encourage potential donors to turn into real donors. One way to do that is with the Give Donor Wall.

Donor Wall Front-end View

Donors appear on the Donor Wall only when they do not opt in to “Anonymous Donations”. Additionally, enable the donor comment functionality for the comment to appear in the donor wall.

Donor Wall Block Settings

Block Settings

These settings are found in the block settings panel when you have focused on the Give Donor Wall block within the editor. Find out more about our Give Blocks here.

Donors per page

Settings Type: Text field
Default: 12

This setting controls the number of donors you wish to show at one time. If the number of available donors exceeds that amount a “Load More” button will display giving donors the option to view more donors on the wall.

Form ID

Settings Type: Text field
Default: “All Forms”

Specify which donors to display based on the form ID they donated through. Form IDs can be found on the “All Forms” page by hovering over the “Copy Shortcode” link. Multiple forms can be included by separating them with a comma.

Order

Settings Type: Select field
Options
: “Oldest to Newest” | “Newest to Oldest”
Default: “Oldest to Newest”

This setting controls whether the listed donors should be ordered from “Newest to Oldest” or “Oldest to Newest”.

Columns

Settings Type: Select field
Options
: Best Fit | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
Default: Best Fit

Controls how many columns wide the donor wall will be. Utilizing “Best Fit” will assign the number of columns best suited for the available space and the configuration of the donor wall based on current settings.

Show Avatar

Settings Type: Toggle
Options
: Enabled | Disabled
Default: Enabled

Sets whether or not to display the avatar of the donor. By default the donors Gravatar is loaded if configured and made available by the donor. If no Gravatar is available an avatar with the letters of their first and last names is displayed.

Show Name

Settings Type: Toggle
Options
: Enabled | Disabled
Default: Enabled

Decides whether to display the name of the donors that have given through the included form. Donors that have marked themselves as anonymous will not display on the form at all. To learn more about giving anonymously visit this link.

Show Total

Settings Type: Toggle
Options: Enabled | Disabled
Default: Enabled

Shows the total amount of the donation.

Show Time

Settings Type: Toggle
Options
: Enabled | Disabled
Default: Enabled

Displays the date of when the donation was submitted.

Show Comments

Settings Type: Toggle
Options
: Enabled | Disabled
Default: Enabled

Sets whether to display the comment the donor submitted along with their donation. If comments are enabled in your forms a text box will appear on the forms front-end. To learn more about donor comments click here.

Donor with Comments

Settings Type: Toggle
Options
: Enabled | Disabled
Default: Disabled

This setting controls whether to only display donors that have submitted a donation with a comment. If the donor gave through the form, yet didn’t submit a comment, they will not be shown on the donor wall.

Comment Length

Settings Type: Text field
Default: 140

Controls the cutoff point in characters where the donor comment will provide an option to “Read more” rather than displaying the entire comment.

Read More Text

Settings Type: Text field
Default: “Read More”

This controls what text is displayed instead of the “Read more” option that displays when the character count of the comment is exceeded by the above setting.

Load More Text

Settings Type: Text field
Default: “Load More”

This controls what text is displayed inside the “Load More” button. This button displays when there are more available donors than what exceeds the “Donors Per Page” setting at the top of the block settings.

Advanced

Settings Type: Text field
Default: Empty

This is a default option for WordPress blocks that allow a user to pass a custom class so that it can be customized with CSS.