Its not a bug, adding extra '/' won't make any difference. The variables shown Directories and Resource URL forms have same naming conventions however they are rendered in different way for each form.
CiviCRM Resource URL: [civicrm.root]/
Image Upload URL: [civicrm.files]/persist/contribute/
Your Settings looks fine.
If you have separate databases then you need to enable CiviCRM Drupal views integration you need to add some information to the sites settings.php file.
Visit - /civicrm/admin/setting/uf?reset=1
Data from the above CiviCRM page needs to be copied and pasted into your sites settings.php file.
Detailed info can be found here
Ok, I've worked it out.
And it turns out that there is a location where CKEditor settings can be configured, namely at civicrm/admin/ckeditor?preset=default.
(Through the GUI it's at "Administer" -> "System Settings" -> "Display Preferences", then click the "Configure CKEditor" button towards the bottom.)
There are a few hitches on the way and perhaps this ...
It is not possible to expose contacts to anonymous users.
The only place where this is possible is with registered participants for an event because you could create a public participant listing.
The other way to expose data to anonymous users to use a module from your CMS. In Drupal you could use the views module, and in Wordpress you can show a profile ...
Add/edit 'Country' field to the profile and make is searchable.
This will allow you to filter the results based on country in the directory listing.
Might justify developing a script or extension?
The column uri in the database table civicrm_file seems to refer to these.
The table civicrm_entity_file then links civicrm_file records to other existing entities.
The column image_URL in the table civicrm_contact, on my transplanted legacy installation at least:
in some cases contains absolute URLs that ...
This usually happens when your site directory is using symbolic link. To fix the variables you will need to make sure that the docroot specified in apache/ngnix config should match exactly with $civicrm_root and CIVICRM_TEMPLATE_COMPILEDIR in civicrm.settings.php.
Try updating if its different and clear CiviCRM cache.
I understand messages like this can be worrisome but the msg actually tells you exactly what you need to fix the problem, eg it is suggesting you replace what you currently have set as the paths with the tokens shown. Try clicking on the 'Directories' link and then reading the help message that you will find there. If you need more help then paste a ...
Can you make sure in Directories and Resource url settings you are using real-time paths rather hardcoded paths in all text fields on the form. eg [cms.root]uploads/temp/ and not using /home/myusername/mysite.org/wp-content/plugins/civicrm/
Some organisation define this settings in civicrm.settings.php if thats the case in yours than you will need to update ...
I fixed it. I opened Administer -> System Settings -> Resource URLs.
I then changed CiviCRM Resource URL from [civicrm.root]/ to administrator/components/com_civicrm/civicrm/
I then removed my hack (the symbolic link), refreshed the contribution page and all is well. I also verfied by looking at the source for the contribution page and it show the correct ...
I would say that programs should either be:
A contact subtype.
A custom entity (defined by an extension).
Not stored in Civi, but in the CMS (assuming Drupal or Backdrop) - and use Entity Reference to connect it to Civi.
Memberships/Volunteers seem like we're stretching the paradigm a little thin.
I followed the same steps on wpmaster and i was able to add embeded video. Here is what i did:
Added 2 custom field of type Link and Note(RichTextEditor).
Added above 2 fields in a Profile search.
Updated custom field for individual
Added video link to link type custom field.
Added embed video code to Note type custom field.
On Profile search mode i did a ...
It starts with a peculiarity of DirectAdmin. Using a subdomain, you have to upload the files for https connection to private_html and the files for not secure http connection to public_html. For the situation these files are the same DirectAdmin offers the option to create a symbolic link from private_html to public_html. Thus when you ask for https://<...
It is a 'dropdown option' which you can find via Admin > Customise > Dropdown options, or via Admin > System Settings > Option groups
Yes it appears to simply be using $civicrm_root (from the civicrm.settings.php) to look for these dirs! So as long as you have them in the usual places - this will work.
If you have a dir in a slightly different place or if you give it a different name - then you have to continue to be more specific [either specify exact path or construct it with the path ...