Short answer: I've prepared a patch that I'd love for someone to test to fix this.
Longer answer: In recent months, CiviCRM has implemented support for currencies with more than two digits after the decimal point. This is important both for cryptocurrencies as well as certain countries' tax calculations. The decision was, "Store all currencies in the ...
Looking at the extension code it seems to me that the Simple Donate pages are not set properly in settings table. Can you please re-save the Simple donate page setting by navigating to Administer >> CiviContribute >> Simple Donate Configuration ?
Did you read the manual before asking this question?
As per my reply here
CiviPledges can be set up so that
a logged in contact can see their upcoming Pledges on their dashboard
a contribution page can be set up as a self-service payments page
Setting up a pledge is here
The contacts Dashboard is here
The self-service payment is here but will only ...
With a default-ish theme, the SimpleDonate extension intends to make the form elements bigger and more clicky. In this case that has not worked out - possibly because of other styles introduced by your theme or other plugins.
However: those button styles you're seeing are coming from the SimpleDonate extension. And that's OK - you can address this by ...
You can make a use of Webform CiviCRM Integration module which integrates civicrm donation pages with webform and webform can be used as block anywhere in the node, for that you would need Webform blocks module.
Best talk to your WordPress "theme" author, as this is ultimately down to that (though any coder could probably help).
If this is a default theme that ships with WordPress then you should log a bug on the extension's GitHub page here: https://github.com/drastik/com.drastikbydesign.stripe/issues
Hope that helps :)
A third approach that could be developed is through the CiviCRM Entity module which Fuzion and Skvare have put a lot of effort in to. Mark Hanna is outlining future developments for the module in this blog which could include Contribution forms and the discussion is occurring here.
In short, CiviCRM-Contribution pages work well if you can stick to the default workflow and functions and if your requirements regarding layout and functionality are not too fancy. Examples:
You can decide which information to ask from donors for each donation page but you for example not easily create a activity at the time the form is sent
You cannot ...
After going back and forth from CiviCRM forms to Drupal Webforms for contribution forms, I find that the way to go for Contribution pages is CiviCRM forms.
A couple of issues that come to mind with Drupal webforms as a contribution form was:
1) The payment instrument was always set to "Check" even though they pay with Credit Card.
2) The Contribution thank ...