It's Giving Tuesday and this donation form on my client's website won't allow credit card donors to submit their donations :o


When I've filled out all the information and try to submit a donation, this shows up (once Inspected):

VM625:1 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'id' of undefined at v (eval at (jquery.min.js?r=Z0KlZ:2), :1:694) at w (eval at (jquery.min.js?r=Z0KlZ:2), :1:1555) at Object.eval (eval at (jquery.min.js?r=Z0KlZ:2), :1:1450) at Object. (jquery.min.js?r=Z0KlZ:2) at i (jquery.min.js?r=Z0KlZ:2) at Object.fireWith [as resolveWith] (jquery.min.js?r=Z0KlZ:2) at x (jquery.min.js?r=Z0KlZ:4) at XMLHttpRequest.c (jquery.min.js?r=Z0KlZ:4)

Any help would be so appreciated!

  • You may help folk help you if you give more information such as what Payment Processor you are using, when it was last known to work, what has changed since then etc
    – petednz - fuzion
    Dec 4, 2019 at 4:30
  • looks like Stripe with WordPress but not using a shortcode - is that correct?
    – petednz - fuzion
    Dec 4, 2019 at 4:32
  • the client uses Stripe! not sure about shortcodes ...
    – Yann Chwen
    Dec 4, 2019 at 4:51
  • Can you check your civi logs for any other error logs.
    – petednz - fuzion
    Dec 4, 2019 at 5:09
  • we found an issue with Stripe and the civicrm.org/extensions/percentage-price-field extension but i don't recall seeing that on your page. But, i wondered if you wanted to make the simplest possible Contribution form (ie not 'on behalf of org' or anything) just in case there is something else there that is intefering, esp anything that uses js
    – petednz - fuzion
    Dec 4, 2019 at 8:26

1 Answer 1


Stripe uses javascript to submit the credit card credentials to the stripe server (so that they're never handled by the CiviCRM server). The console is showing that it's unable to do that because of javascript errors.

A browser may or may not stop processing if it encounters javascript errors, it depends on the browser/settings.

On your referenced page, it's CiviCRM loading the jquery.min.js file, so that suggests it's a purely CiviCRM issue - there's likely some Civi or extension javascript running that's trying to execute some jquery and getting an error.

As per Pete's comment, I'd start with thinking about what has changed since it was last working (e.g. a CiviCRM or extension update, a change with WordPress, etc.).

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