Buttons & Banners

Donate Button

<script src="https://opencollective.com/:collectiveSlug/:verb/button.js" color="[white|blue]"></script>

Just replace :collectiveSlug with the slug of your Collective (e.g. webpack for https://opencollective.com/webpack). The verb can either be "donate" or "contribute".

If you want to add a donate button to a blog post, you can load an image version of the logo and then link to the donate page of your collective.

<a href="https://opencollective.com/webpack/donate" target="_blank">
<img src="https://opencollective.com/webpack/donate/button@2x.png?color=blue" width=300 />
</a>

Result:

On Medium, download the image then upload it to your post. To link it, select the image and press CMD+K (or CTRL+K on Windows). A pop up menu will show up where you can enter the URL to link the image to (see Medium support page). Here is an example.

Show Backers & Sponsors

Use this script:

<script src="https://opencollective.com/:collectiveSlug/banner.js"></script>

where :collectiveSlug is the slug of your collective, e.g. apex for https://opencollective.com/apex.

You can also add a style object (react style), e.g.

<script src='https://opencollective.com/:collectiveSlug/banner.js?style={"a":{"color":"red"},"h2":{"fontFamily":"Verdana","fontWeight":"normal","fontSize":"20px"}}'></script>

Note: make sure that your style object is parsable with JSON.stringify

Examples:

How to customize?

By default, it uses the default styling of your h1 and h2 on your page. You can target them with CSS to customize:

#opencollective-banner h1 {
color: black;
}

Show Events

<script src="https://opencollective.com/:collectiveSlug/events.js" width="500"></script>

Example:

Related:

  • Website badge showing the Collectives you back

  • Export SVGs showing your backers, sponsors, or contributors