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Using WordPress and iATS Payments

I need to setup up an online application for our school. We charge a $25 processing fee. In reading the threads here, it appears I will need to use CiviPetition to do the Online Application. Or I was thinking about trying CiviGrants with the Grant Application Extension. Does anyone know if we can require a fee payment with submission using either of these methods?

  • why can't you do this just with a Contribution page and a Profile for your data collection – petednz - fuzion Jul 16 '17 at 5:41
  • I started down that path, but our application is too complicated for this to really work well. – Iowa Boy Jul 17 '17 at 14:34
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For Grant Application on Drupal: I recommend webform_civicrm module for application workflows:

  • collect all contact info/fields you need (parents + child(ren) + emergency contacts)
  • store the relationships between these contacts
  • make it a nice looking multi page application
  • add payment field(s) in the process
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  • I looked at that. But it appears to be only compatible with Drupal CMS. We use Wordpress. But I would love to be corrected, because it does appear to be what I am looking for. – Iowa Boy Apr 17 '17 at 3:05
  • Ah yes you are correct there is no such integration w/ Wordpress; – KarinG - Semper IT Apr 17 '17 at 3:47
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I came across two form Plugins that people have written additional plugins so that they interact with CiviCRM.

The first one I tried was Caldera Forms. Here is the github link to the civi integration https://github.com/mecachisenros/caldera-forms-civicrm I only recommend Caldeara Forms if you have a basic form. I finally gave up and asked for a refund.

The second form that I found was Gravity Forms. Here is the integration link. http://shop.civivip.com/civi-plugins/gravity-forms-integration/
I was able to set up our application with all the extras that we wanted with Gravity Forms. I highly recommend Gravity Forms. I ended up not using the above integration because I have a redirect in place, when they click submit, that takes them to the Application Fee page. When they pay the fee, then I have their contact info in Civi. This is less than ideal because they are not forced to pay it, but it is put right in front of them.

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