Enjin CMS Plugin & Donation Store
Enjin’s Plugin & CMS platform lets you create a server community website & donation store that seamlessly syncs with your server. Used by over 150,000 Minecraft servers and voted #1 by PCGAMER.
DonationCraft. The #1 Donation Plugin - 100% Free!
Sell items, ranks or anything else on your Minecraft server! Developed by Enjin with direct feedback from thousands of top server owners. Features everything you need to fund and monetize your server. It’s 100% Free with no limits!
Donation Store & Plugin Features
- Nested Categories with Display modes
- Online Cart System
- Credit and Point system support (sell/buy/transfer)
- Advanced Coupons & Sales
- Statistics & Detailed Logs
- Seamless Site Integration
- Custom Email Notifications
- Fast & Intelligent Server Commands
- Supports Multiple Stores
- Dynamic Theme System
- Custom Variables & Expiries
- Advanced In-Game Store
- Huge selection of Payment Processors
- Easy Checkout Mode
- Auto Expiring Packages
- Cumulative Packages
- Anti-Charge back System
- Recurring Subscriptions
- Item Designer
- Fine tuned Access Settings
- Store Ban Manager
- Payments & Command Management
- Supports Shipping Charges
- Language & Currency Support
- And so much more!
Server Rank Syncs & Minecraft Modules
Sync and mimic access between your website and in-game ranks, both ways! Setup a Vote for Diamond module or dozens of other Minecraft modules. Everything your need is available and powered by the Enjin CMS + DonationCraft Plugin.
Plugin powers the following modules
- Enjin CMS
- DonationCraft Store
- Stretch-Goal Donation System
- Server Player List Stats
- User Tags & Awards
- User website permissions
- Website point system
- Vote for Diamonds
- Server Status
- Online players (Grid)
- Top server players
- Server ping (graph)
- Server TPS (graph)
- Online players (graph)
- Featured store item
- Member Modules
- Command Log System
- User Server Stats on Profiles
- Top Donator
- Donation Goal
- Latest Purchases
- Purchase Graph
Ticket Support System with In-Game Support
Enjin features a fully fledged Ticket Support Module with full in-game integration. Get your users to submit support tickets and manage it all seamlessly on the web or in-game! Features include:
- Website & In-game support!
- Ticket Categories & Conditional Categories
- Public and private (Internal) comments
- Advanced Form Builder & Front end support form
- Real time updates
- Custom Signatures & Macros
- Email and Pm Notifications
- Ticket, Agent & Customer Statistics
Stretch-Goal Donation System
Our plugin also supports an alternative to DonationCraft. A stretch-goal based donation system. 100% EULA compliant with full in-game support command & access support.
Seamless All-In-One experience for your Players
DonationCraft fully integrates into your website, domain, ranks, users and website theme. Create a professional store that features optimal usability and is designed to increase your donations.
Plugin Help Documentation
Requirements and Additional Information
- Java 8 is the minimum supported version of Java for Enjin Sponge Plugin.
- Permissions plugin is required.
- Supported permission plugins: PermissionsEx 2.x
- Supported voting plugins: Votifier and NuVotifier. (Other plugins may work if they do not deviate from Votifier standards)
- In-game points purchases do not support variables and will display a store link to purchase items with variables.
/enjin Displays a list of commands usable by the player. /enjin heads Displays help for setting up different types of head/sign stats. Permission: enjin.sign.set Setup and Debug Commands /enjin key <key> Sets the enjin key. Permission: enjin.setkey enjin debug Toggles debug mode on/off. Permission: enjin.debug /enjin report Generates a report that includes a list of plugins and their versions, world names, group names, java version, operating system, bukkit version, last severe message and 40 additional lines, web connectivity tests, and timings report (if enabled). Permission: enjin.report /enjin vote <player> <list> Adds a test vote for the specified player on the specified list. Permission: enjin.test.vote
/enjin give Permission: enjin.give /enjin push Queues all players for synchronization. This may take a while depending on the number of unique players that have joined the server. At most 3000 players are synchronized per minute. Permission: enjin.push /enjin inform <player> <message> Sends a message to the specified player. Permission: enjin.inform /enjin broadcast <message> Sends a message to all players on the server. Permission: enjin.broadcast /enjin lag Displays the current TPS, average TPS, and current RAM used and the total RAM available. Permission: enjin.lag /enjin tags <player> Displays the tags a player has. Permission: enjin.tags /enjin updateheads Forces an update of all head/sign stats. Permission: enjin.updateheads
/buy [#] Opens up the shop interface or goes back to the root interface. /buy shop [#] Opens up the specified shop or goes back to the shop list. /buy page [#] Opens up the specified page. /buy item [#] Starts the purchase process for the specified item in a recently selected category, or for a recently selected item if not index is specified. /buy confirm Confirms a purchase and completes the purchase if possible.
/enjin points [name] Displays a player’s points or the sender’s points if no player is specified. Permission: enjin.points.getself & enjin.points.getothers /enjin addpoints [name] <amount> Adds points to a player’s current points or the sender’s current points if no player is specified. Permission: enjin.points.add /enjin removepoints [name] <amount> Removes points from a player’s current points or the sender’s current points if no player is specified. Permission: enjin.points.remove /enjin setpoints [name] <amount> Sets a player’s points or the sender’s points to the specified amount if no player is specified. Permission: enjin.points.set
Ticket Support Commands
/enjin support Displays a list of support modules enabled for the server or creates a ticket submission session if only one module is configured for the server. Permission: enjin.support /enjin ticket Displays a list of tickets the player has created or been assigned to. Permission: enjin.ticket /enjin openticket Displays a list of open tickets the player has created or been assigned to. Permission: enjin.ticket.open /enjin reply <module id> <ticket id> <message> Sends a reply to the specified ticket with the specified message. Permission: enjin.ticket.reply /enjin ticketstatus <module id> <ticket id> <open|pending|closed> Sets the status of the specified ticket to the specified option. Options are limited to open, pending, and closed. Permission: enjin.ticket.status
In-game Heads & Signs
Display stats from your website and shop directly on a sign in the game, and show a player head above it. These will update automatically with your website’s latest purchases, top players, voters, and more.
To start, place a head, then place a sign either above or below it. To create a sign of a specific type, type one of the codes below on the first line. You can use a # from 1-10 in the code. For example: [donation2] will show the 2nd most recent donation.
If there are sub-types such as day/week/month, put those on the second text line of the sign.
To update the stats right away, type /enjin updateheads
[donation#] Most recent donation. Subtypes: Place the item id on the second line to only get donations for that package. [topvoter#] Top voter of the month. Subtypes: day, week, month. Changes it to the top voter of the day/week/month. [voter#] Most recent voter. [topplayer#] Top player (gets data from module on website). [topposter#] Top poster on the forum. [toplikes#] Top forum likes. [newmember#] Latest player to sign up on the website. [toppoints#] Players with the most points. [pointsspent#] Players who have spent the most points on the server. Subtypes: day, week, month, total. Displays points spent per period of time. [moneyspent#] - Players who have donated the most money on the server. Subtypes: day, week, month, total. Displays donations per period of time.
Notes on heads and signs:
- There can be duplicate stat signs anywhere in the world, so feel free to show this data wherever you want to on your server!
- You can place a head two blocks directly above the sign so you can hide the sign under a wall if wanted.
- To remove a stats head/sign, just break them and they will automatically be de-registered.