A CiviCRM page is created on the site: my-site-wordpress/CiviCRM where it says: "Do not delete this page." Page content is generated by CiviCRM " what is it for? how should it work? What should appear on this page? I use WordPress 4.9.6 version - CiviCRM is in a subdirectory Thanks

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CiviCRM has some public-facing pages that it generates. e.g. event registrations, unsubscribe confirmations etc.

On Wordpress the page you're seeing is the one that's used by CiviCRM for these purposes. So it's not a page you use or link to directly yourself, but it has to exist as far as Wordpress is concerned so that CiviCRM can provide dynamic content.


Here's an example of when CiviCRM will use this page. You have an event, you want to give people a link to sign up for it.

From the Manage Events page you click (1) event links, then you see (2) test and live event registration links. You right-click the one you want and choose "Copy Link Location" (or whatever similar description your browser offers), and send people the link.

When people click that link CiviCRM will use the base page to decorate its sign up form.


  • ok, how do you generate dynamic content? what should I set up? thank you Jun 25, 2018 at 12:04
  • Hi @simonettaofficinecollegate, I'm not clear what you want to achieve. Basically you don't need to worry about that page - just ignore it (and obviously make sure it's not linked to in your menus or anything like that!) Jun 25, 2018 at 12:56
  • I thought it was essential on the front end, so I can exclude it from the menu? But if I wanted to use it, how could I do? thank you Jun 25, 2018 at 13:09
  • For example: if I want a person to sign up for an event? Jun 25, 2018 at 13:11
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    @simonettaofficinecollegate no worries, welcome to the community! Please mark the answer as accepted by clicking the tick button on the left. Otherwise other community members may think it still needs answers. Jun 28, 2018 at 6:15

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