I am wondering if it would be possible to have a charity donation button that we could feature on our hubs.
I mean the sort that would link directly to a well known charity, such as Save The Children, if someone visiting our hub wanted to pay a donation.
I can understand that this might be a bad time to ask with all the other changes that are happening; but I wondered if it might be possible in the future.
All you have to do is link to a charity via an embedded link. Direct your reader to the page itself.
Thank you Cagsil, I am not sure why I never thought of doing it that way.
I am thinking it might be an incentive to me to start writing again, if I thought it would help someone.
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Pretty simple feature. Allow users to attach links to pictures. Lots of available options could come from this, because right now it is hard to work around for people like me. Basically you could make custom buttons.
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