4

CiviCRM 5.19 is not compatible with WP 5.6. WP 5.5 had a change that required an update which is in CiviCRM 5.26 https://civicrm.org/blog/kcristiano/civicrm-526-and-wordpress-important-notice I'd recommend CiviCRM 5.32.2 currently as that version has all the security fixes in 5.28 (latest security version) as well many other bug fixes/enhancements. Please ...


3

It is within the Events - Registration Confirmation and Receipt (on-line) template.


3

This is a recent regression. A fix has been merged for 5.33 (RC) and the upcoming 5.32.2.


3

Welcome to SE! In this: [event_calendar component="event-calendar" id="<>"] the <> should be replaced by a number - eg id="1"


3

If you mean to turn off Confirmation screen for Events by default when an Event is created then you can either Implement pre hook to set is_confirm_enabled = 0 when $op is create and Objectname is Event or Run below sql query ALTER TABLE civicrm_event CHANGE is_confirm_enabled is_confirm_enabled TINYINT(4) NULL DEFAULT '0' COMMENT 'If false, the event ...


3

Yes you are right, the option is only available for free events. I believe some payment processor will need confirmation page(incase of paypal express) hence the option is always hidden for paid events. You can try installing skip confirmation page extension, this should show the Use a confirmation screen? option for you for paid and free events.


2

If you use the great CKEDITOR editor to configure what you can there, then save, you can then edit the file in (typically, for a D7 implementation): sites/default/files/civicrm/persist/crm-ckeditor-default.js e.g. CKEDITOR.editorConfig = function( config ) { config.allowedContent = true; ...


2

com.osseed.eventcalendar can be used to display a calendar in the frontend of your Joomla-site by following the instructions in the readme.txt of the extension. Copy the folder "yourextensiondirectory/com.osseed.eventcalendar/joomla/EventCalendar" to "joomlarootdirectory/components/com_civicrm/views/" which will add the menu item type ...


2

OK, I believe Eileen's "Deduper" extension is just about the answer I needed - I haven't completely grokked the user interface, but I'm confident that those of us who really want to successfully deal with nick names and AKAs will find the answer here. https://civicrm.org/extensions/deduper https://civicrm.org/blog/eileen/deduper-extension-release-...


2

Welcome to StackExchange Daniel. You are probably talking about this view: Events > Dashboard, which indeed only shows upcoming events and recents registrations. There is another page, Events > Manage Events, that allows you to search and filter for events or show all events including past ones. You could of course also create a report to list all (...


2

I fixed this by disabling the Bootstrap theme and then re-enabling it. Other users had also had this problem, usually involving Shoreditch and/or Bootstrap.


2

I had the same process in place before started using civi - zoom integration. The process looked like this: Create webform to update participant (an existing contact) with checksum. Use google qr to generate the QR code with token so that by scanning the qr code takes you to https://your.org/node/2?cid1={contact.contact_id}&{contact.checksum} They can ...


2

Are you using price sets for the ones that are public and chargeable? If so, we add an option and set the visibility to Admin. Then we can add them in the back-end, but they don't show up publicly.


2

Can you try reproducing on https://wpmaster.demo.civicrm.org/ (I did try and wasn't able to). Looks like its a environment issue. Could you please check your htaccess or server config? Or WP permlinks?


2

You can use schedule reminders to send notifications based on event dates and status


2

i think ADG have swopped out the civicrm logo with their own. If so then you can disable this on your system as a whole by going to /civicrm/admin/setting/misc?reset=1 and turn off the 'empowered by civicrm' setting


2

Eventually I discovered a {display:none} css style in a custom.css that was being applied to this field


2

Ok, sorted it out with some suggestions and examples. $loader = new \Civi\Angular\AngularLoader(); $loader->setModules(array('trialadmin')); $loader->setPageName('Administration'); $loader->useApp(['activeRoute' => '/trialadmin/trialdetails']); $loader->load(); Worked with this, but I also used the trace and debug in the browser to determine ...


2

I recommend to use CiviEvent's built-in repeat-function in order to achieve this. Define one template per timeslot (https://docs.civicrm.org/user/en/latest/events/event-templates) and batch-create the child-items (https://docs.civicrm.org/user/en/latest/events/repeating-events/). We handle 5000+ events/year like this without any problems.


2

If you use a civi Price Set, you can indeed set an option on there to not count towards your Participant Count which i think can therefore deliver what you need


2

Don't click Change Selections - instead on that edit page change the participant status from Pay Later to Registered, and then lower down in the Payment Information section change the payment status to Completed.


2

Thank you bgm, you got me on the right trail. It was an email issue. It was angry that it could not email the confirmation for the event to the registrant. The registrations were hitting the db as expected. Specifically the civicrm.settings.php file CIVCRM_CRED_KEYS entry did not match what was in the database in the civcrm_setting table, mailing_backend ...


2

That could be caused by https://lab.civicrm.org/extensions/civicrm-advanced-events This extension can hide tabs that are not wanted on the event management pages.


1

You can find the past events by doing a search based on dates


1

Turns out the culprit was ModSecurity


1

Unless writing an extension implementing token processor its not possible to fetch the participant id in reminders. If you familiar with smarty and the contact will have only one participant for a event than you can try below snippet in your reminder message template {capture assign=eventID}{event.event_id}{/capture} {capture assign=contactId}{contact....


1

As said by @demerit you will need to enable online registration for the event. You see the option for turning on online registration under 'Online registration' tab of event.


1

we support a client doing Tour stuff for a theatre company. we/they manage their process via Activities and (drupal) webforms. so someone makes an enquiry, that creates an activity with custom field storing all the necessary goodies. since it sounds like you are not dealing with the registrations perhaps consider this approach rather than Events or Bookings


1

You could use JetPack or another widget visibility plugin to prevent showing the page in the footer when you're on the CiviCRM Base Page. EDIT: The following code prevents CiviCRM from overriding the content a second time: add_action( 'civicrm_basepage_parsed', 'my_civicrm_disable_content_filter' ); function my_civicrm_disable_content_filter() { // Once ...


1

CiviCRM uses the "system workflow templates" "Events - Registration Confirmation and Receipt (off-line)" and Events - Registration Confirmation and Receipt (on-line)" for its automated event emails. You would need to edit those to include general information you would like to display for each event. This can be a bit tricky as all ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible