You can embed a styled widget that links to your GoFundMe from your website with this code!
If you have trouble getting the widget to display properly after trying these steps, please contact your website administrator or host to get support specifically for your situation.
If your campaign URL is https://www.gofundme.com/f/my-campaign, for example, replace INSERTURL in the code below with the last part of your URL, my-campaign. Then, you can use your website's editor functions to paste the full code into your personal website.
<iframe class='gfm-media-widget' image='1' coinfo='1' width='100%' height='100%' frameborder='0' id='INSERTURL'></iframe><script src='//funds.gofundme.com/js/5.0/media-widget.js'></script>
<embed height="500px" width="100%" src="https://www.gofundme.com/mvc.php?route=widgets/mediawidget&fund=INSERTURL&image=1&coinfo=1&preview=1" type="text/html"></embed>
Social Media: The widget isn't meant to be put on Facebook or Twitter, and most social media sites and comment boxes don't allow HTML embedding like this. Instead, you can just paste your campaign URL there.
Wordpress: If you're using the WordPress platform, the widget will only work if you're subscribed to their Business Plan. WordPress restricts the use of some HTML tags on their Free, Personal, and Premium Plans for security purposes. You can read more about WordPress code here.