GiveWP - The #1 Donation Plugin for WordPress. Easily accept donations and fundraise using your WordPress website.
GiveWP - The #1 WordPress Fundraising Plugin 💚
This plugin is the highest rated, most downloaded, and best supported donation plugin for WordPress. Built from the ground up for all your fundraising needs, GiveWP provides you with a powerful donation platform optimized for online giving that's both easy-to-use for beginners yet flexible for developers to craft their own unique giving experiences.
👉 Not a developer? Running WordPress? Download GiveWP on WordPress.org.
Welcome to the GiveWP GitHub repository. This is the core repository and heart of an ecosystem of active development. Here you can browse the source, look at open issues, and contribute to the project.
Many of our add-ons are in public repositories, however, the majority are private. If you have a legitimate need for access, please reach out to us and we'll be happy to grant you access. As well, we recommend all developers follow the GiveWP development blog to stay up to date on the latest features and changes. Happy coding!
## 🙋 Support
This repository is not suitable for WordPress admin or donor support. Please don't use GitHub issues for non-development related support requests. Don't get us wrong, we're more than happy to help you! However, to get the support you need please use the following channels:
If you're looking to contribute or actively develop on GiveWP, welcome! We're glad you're here. Please ⭐️ this repository and fork it to begin local development.
To get started developing on the GiveWP platform you will need to perform the following steps:
give.testas the URL
cdinto your local plugins directory:
composer installto set up dependencies
npm installto get the necessary npm packages
npm run watchto start the watch process which will build the sass and script files and live reload using Browsersync
That's it. You're now ready to start development.
| Command | Description | | :------------- | :------------ | |
npm run watch| Live reloads JS and SASS files. Typically you'll run this command before you start development. It's necessary to build the JS/CSS however if you're working strictly within PHP it may not be necessary to run. | |
npm run dev| Runs a one time build for development. No production files are created. | |
npm run production| Builds the minified production files for release. | |
npm run test| Run jest tests. Make sure that your docker container is running before running this command. Read more |
Ensure that you have
SCRIPT_DEBUGenabled within your wp-config.php file. Here's a good example of wp-config.php for debugging: ``` // Enable WPDEBUG mode define( 'WPDEBUG', true );
// Enable Debug logging to the /wp-content/debug.log file define( 'WPDEBUGLOG', true );
// Loads unminified core files define( 'SCRIPT_DEBUG', true ); ```
package.lockfile. Read more about why here.
Your editor should recognize the
.editorconfigfiles within the Repo's root directory. Please only submit PRs following those coding style rulesets.
Read CONTRIBUTING.md - it contains more about contributing to GiveWP.