There are a few fundamental elements of campaign pages. Here’s a short explanation of each piece.
At the top of every campaign page, below your hosted or embedded site’s header, site banner, and navigation, you’ll see the Campaign Title. This is where the Campaign Title displays (from the campaign editor’s Description tab.)
The line below the title Is the Display Name and the campaign creator’s location (City, State). The display name could be the campaign creator, set to display the Platform as the campaign owner, or some other identity.
Below that is the banner image. If the campaign has a video, the video lives “behind” the banner image until a visitor clicks play. The overlay on the right side of the banner image is where your donate button, supporter count, amount raised, progress bar, and other details display. What displays here can be controlled by application code settings.
Below the banner, there are four tabs designed to showcase campaign information. The ‘Home’ tab displays the short description, the campaign owner’s avatar and name, and the share box. Below that, the longer campaign description and the budget tabs display. Many of these elements can be enabled or disabled at the app code setting level.
The campaign description field is a chance for your storytellers to go into more detail, with images and links to other materials in addition to their stories.
The Updates tab provides a space for campaign owners to post updates both while their campaign is collecting funds and after the fundraiser has ended. This can be enabled/disabled in app code settings.
The Community tab displays a list of supporters, and a donor map (uses City, State, Zip only).
And finally, the Comments tab provides a space for the community to talk to the campaign owner. This can also be enabled/disabled in app code settings.
To the right of this main column, and below the campaign statistics box next to the banner image, there is a space for Campaign Heroes, Champions, More info about the campaign owner, and campaign rewards. Again, much of this functionality can be enabled or disabled by app code settings.