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Total newbie. Don't know what I don't know...

I am trying Civi with WP. Tried with Joomla. I loved Drupal in another life. :-)

Is there a simple way to make the output pages for Civi (like events, registration, etc.) prettier - more in line with the types of pages you see in a typical website? I guess I'm spoiled with all these builders these days.

Like a theme of some sort? Or an addon?

The presentation here is gorgeous: https://www.cividesk.com/civicrm/event/register?id=611&reset=1

But (1) I think that's Drupal and (2) I think it's custom.

I just can't seem to find a way (short of modifying .tpl files) to make Civi look a bit better.

Thoughts?

Thanks, Mark

  • You can create your own event registration pages using HTML and profiles. You can use the APIs if you want to create different administration pages – Vietyank Mar 30 '19 at 5:33
  • For wordpress maybe github.com/mattwire/civicrm-haystacktheme ? – Demerit Mar 30 '19 at 5:37
  • can you guys add above as Answer so Marse can 'accept'? – petednz - fuzion Mar 30 '19 at 21:04
  • Marse - it would be polite to let the above know they were helpful by +1 their answer below and accepting the best one – petednz - fuzion May 1 '19 at 0:48
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You can create your own event registration pages using HTML and profiles. You can use the APIs if you want to create different administration pages

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With Drupal you can use Webform and CiviCRM Webform Integration. These give you a lot of flexibility in designing forms that look more current. CSS is simple with this since it is built into Webform. Example of a contribution page-- https://secure.radiusinternational.org/give-financially

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