Sub-campaigns can display as a grid, a list, a leaderboard, or a list with a leaderboard option… OR a leaderboard with a list option… or not at all!
Luckily, you can bounce back and forth between them if you can’t make up your mind!
These options are limited by the layout you have chosen. For example, the Do-it-yourself and Microproject-with-grid layouts are unchangeable. They will always appear as a grid, randomized every time the page is loaded to a viewer. If you do not want this grid view, you will have to change your layout.
STEP 1 – Click ‘Sub-campaigns’ in your sidebar menu. The number is how many you already have.
STEP 2 – Under ‘Sub-campaign settings,’ turn your attention to the following:
The list/leaderboard/grid of sub-campaigns can be shown on the main campaign or turned completely off. How they are viewed is determined by this menu.
Off – Sub-campaigns won’t show anywhere, which was probably obvious. Your main campaign and all sub-campaigns will look just like normal campaigns.
List – Sub-campaign titles or Fundraiser names, funds raised, and snapshots are listed in alphabetical order.
Leaderboard – Sub-campaign titles or Fundraiser names, funds raised, and snapshots are listed in order of highest amount raised to the lowest amount raised, with funds raised prominently.
List & leaderboard – The campaign visitor can toggle between the list and the leaderboard, with the list appearing first by default.
Leaderboard & list – The campaign visitor can toggle between the leaderboard and the list, with the leaderboard appearing first by default.
Grid – All campaigns are randomized in a grid of widget badges containing the ‘View’ and ‘Contribute’ buttons. This randomization occurs every three minutes so it will look different to everyone.
STEP 3 – SAVE!
Hopefully, you made it this far! The ‘Save’ button is in the upper right corner.