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thank you for your answer. Yes I am using "WP Cleaner URL's": -the starting page seen in civicrm-admin is: /event/info/?reset=1&id=2 page1= http://migrationccb.esy.es/2020/08/03/la-6eme-edition-des-vallees-breuilletoise-se-prepare/?civiwp=CiviCRM&q=civicrm%2Fevent%2Fregister&cid=0&reset=1&id=2 page2= http://migrationccb.esy.es/...


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Thank you for answering, The URL is already set to : civicrm (it was the default value) I cannot reach any page at http://example.org/civicrm/ (*) - The options permalink is set to "simple in french" = http://migrationccb.esy.es/?p=123 I set the new value at "Date et titre" = http://migrationccb.esy.es/2020/08/03/exemple-article/ I ...


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I expect this is due to changes made to accommodate WP URL changes. If the URL has civiwp in it (and it should) Then I would: make sure that the base page is set - go to https://example.org/wp-admin/admin.php?page=CiviCRM&q=civicrm%2Fadmin%2Fsetting%2Fuf&reset=1 Review the Base Page setting and value, it cannot be blank Make sure there is a ...


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I was doing this the other day. Have a look for the contribution page id div which wraps the form. The following hides a section in the contribution page with id=2, but no other contribution pages... div.crm-contribution-page-id-2 div.editrow_custom_8-section { display: none; }


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They are custom fields, You should see them under Administer >> Customize Data and Screens >> Custom Fields


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It sounds like you need to give anonymous and Data Manager users the 'CiviCRM: profile create' permission, and likely 'CiviCRM: profile edit' and/or 'CiviCRM: profile view' additionally.


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Did you try installing and configuring Event Calendar extension? It provides UI to configure the calendar and these calendar can be exposed in front end as well. You read the installation guide on how to setup a calendar for your site.


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This belongs as a comment, but I'm bending the rules because I wanted to include screenshots. I was unable to replicate this. See my attached screenshots from a demo site. The first screenshot is while logged in as an admin, the second is as an anonymous user on the same page. Since you're able to replicate this on the demo server, we must be setting up ...


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I figured it out - I didn't have a Visibility selected. There isn't an asterisk next to it letting you know it is required and no error pops up telling you that you need to choose a visibility. So it is indeed a CiviCRM issue - it's missing the asterisk and a message letting you know that you need to choose one.


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