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New Free Add-on: GiveWP Donation Widgets for Elementor

Building dramatic donation landing pages with Elementor just got a lot easier with our latest FREE add-on.
GiveWP Donation Widgets for Elementor: Everything you need for your Donation landing Pages.

Can you believe it’s just April and we’re announcing our FOURTH free add-on of the year? That’s right, hot off the presses we just released “GiveWP Donation Widgets for Elementor.”

The Year of Free GiveWP Add-ons Series

We declared 2020 the year of free add-ons at GiveWP! From easy social sharing for donations, countdown clocks, page builder widgets, and more, our gallery of free add-ons is growing every month. Check out all the great add-ons you can use with your donation forms for free.
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Why Fundraisers who use Elementor Need this Add-on

If you build your fundraising site with Elementor, this add-on is exactly what you need. Previously, if you wanted to embed a GiveWP form, or Donor Wall, or Form Grid into your Elementor-powered page, you’d have to manually type in a shortcode. You’d have to compare it against our docs to make sure you get it right. The process was tedious, and that’s the opposite of the slick power that Elementor promises.

Now, once you install Elementor (for free), GiveWP (for free), and this new free add-on, you’ll have a new section called “GiveWP Widgets” in your Elementor builder.

You can see here how all the flexible design tools that Elementor offers are available with these widgets as well.

This is also here just in time for Giving Tuesday Now! If you’re under pressure to get your page up and running, grab the add-on now and start building. Send us a link to your form and we’ll promote you on our social channels.

Get the Add-on Here

What Free Add-on Do You Want Us to Build Next?

We’re actually really big Beaver Builder fans too, so that one is high on my list to build. We also get users regularly asking for ways to support the Facebook Pixel tracking with GiveWP, so I’d like to do that. But this is about YOU and YOUR needs. Submit your requests to our poll and I’ll get building right away!

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4 Responses

    1. HI Mike, thanks for the recommendation. First I’ve heard of that page builder. Beaver Builder and Divi are very much in demand right now, but we’ll see how it goes. Thanks!

  1. Thank You! This is awesome. I would assume if I wanted to style the progress bar in the grid widget I would have to use additional CSS in elementor?

    1. HI Justin, yes that’s correct for now. Several have requested color controls be added to the goals and totals widgets and I’m looking into it, but no promises for now ;-)

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