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Just seeing activity here, I realized I moved this query to chat.civicrm.org, Wordpress channel and haystack provided a general fix to civicrm core which has been in place since late fall 2019. I forgot to close things out back here on StackExchange. The ultimate problem was not that one plugin, iframe, but our theme, Benevolent Pro, was evidently calling ...


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If I may add another question: Why are we going through this whole rigmarole in the first place with "financial type" "financial item" and line item"s?! In Quickbooks, things are simple: Every record has two objects, which they represent in rows on a spreadsheet (starting at different columns though): (1) transaction (2) line items....


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The Contact Form 7 integration basically takes all fields from the form and sends the data to CiviCRM. So basically you have 2 options when creating forms: Use one of the standard CiviCRM API calls, and make sure the fields on your form are named as required by the API call Develop an extension with your own API calls and use those (with the field names) on ...


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I'd suggest this setup: Auto-renewed annual memberships (different membership types for each amount). Fixed renewal dates (July 1). Adjust the Membership Status rules to allow "Grace" status to extend several years (or whenever it is that you're ready to say good by to non-engaging members). Memberships are often tricky because of language - if some of the ...


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How comfortable are you with Excel? If you do your contribution aggregate and check the box for Contact ID as a column and then export the results, and then also do an export of all your members and also include contact id, then you can use excel to merge the two lists based on contact id. Also unless you need the relationship you can also look at Search - ...


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