I have a number of clients who use CiviCRM on a subdomain separately from their main content site. It has both pros and cons.
The main issue addresssed here is the risk of security lapses on the main site exposing CiviCRM. The reason a separate site can be more secure is that you will typically have more modules and functionality on ...
welcome to the community.
Q1. & Q2. are easily met with CiviCRM.
Q3. Can be done with a little effort.
Q4. This would be provided by your Content Management System (CMS). CiviCRM works with Drupal, WordPress, and Joomla!. For this, I'd go with Drupal (with which you could do this through configuration), but this functionality may also be ...
Internally it's still "access CiviCRM". The label changed to "access CiviCRM backend and API".
It is described a little bit here: https://issues.civicrm.org/jira/browse/CRM-16173
Seems like the intent is a generic framework. I believe this link is a reference implementation of how to write a service that would interact with this framework: https://github.com/civicrm/cxnapp
Maybe others know of some real services that do implement this.
If you don't know what a page should look like, you can compare against one of the demo sites - eg http://dmaster.demo.civicrm.org/civicrm/admin/setting/path?reset=1
It should look something like this:
Is that just that one page showing wrongly, or others too?
It depends on your security and privacy requirements. I agree with Pete that for CiviCRM to work most simply, install it on your public facing CMS.
You should realize however, that from a security and privacy viewpoint this is not the most secure option. If that is important to you, you should install CiviCRM on a separate server. However, that does mean ...
You can override the SSL settings in civicrm.settings.php, which will hopefully be enough to get you back in.
Add the following lines to civicrm.settings.php:
$civicrm_setting['CiviCRM Preferences']['verifySSL'] = false;
$civicrm_setting['CiviCRM Preferences']['enableSSL'] = false;
For item #4 -> When you run CiviCRM on Drupal it comes with this module:
CiviMember Roles Sync - Synchronize CiviCRM Contacts with Membership Status to a specified Drupal Role automatically.
In a nutshell - here's how this works: someone Logs in -> Drupal checks with CiviCRM -> ah this person has Membership A + status = Current; Drupal checks your Rules -> ...
I reviewed the problem carefully and found that it is caused by the jSGCache plugin that comes preinstalled on all Joomla sites installed via Softaculous. When the plugin is enabled, it adds a special cookie to to prevent caching the admin panel. This seems to conflict with CiviCRM and results in the problem you reported.
This sounds like it might be a bug in the expenses extension. It's hitting line 121 in CRM/Expenses/Form/Expense.php but $this->_expense is a string instead of an array at that point.
It's not clear why it's a string - it gets set at line 46 - if you add something like CRM_Core_Error::debug_log_message(var_export($this->_expense, true)); either at line ...
We have several clients with a WordPress public site and a Drupal based CiviCRM. to keep their hardworking nonprofit website staff happy.
If your website team insists on Wordpress and you need to take advantage of more advanced features of Drupal for things like portals and more complex integrations it can be a good compromise.
The word replacement feature will only replace words that are part of the CiviCRM interface, and not words that are in your 'configuration'. This may not be at all obvious, but the key is that those occurrences of "Contribution" in the reports section are actually pre-configured report instances. So you can change them by going in and editing the reports (or ...
It's to the right of the Reports menu and to the left of Support but I'm guessing the user you are using to access civicrm does not have the administer role so it doesn't show up.
There are couple of ways for permissions to be set up. Mostly it done at the CMS level, which, will be different depending on if you are using Drupal, Joomla! or WordPress.
When we have come to a necessity of Tags Administration page changes, only way we've been able to find, was custom CRM/Admin/Page/Tag.tpl template creation. With more than 2000 tags, it was almost impossible to load the page, so we got rid of some CiviCRM stuff and replace it by "native" Datatable script (CiviCRM uses it anyway, but wraps it into set of ...
First I needed to find a source of ISO-639-3 to import in MySQL. I found this one at the SIL website
I used phpmyadmin to import the table, used \t as column delimiter and used iso_639_3 as table name
I used phpmyadmin to discover that (in my case?) the language option_group_id equals 78. Just search for a language for instance Dutch and you will find the ...