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One option would be to make a special contact sub-type for this purpose. CiviCRM allows you to use a custom icon per sub-type (just pick one from the internet) which would make the contact appear special in search results, the summary screen, etc.


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If you just want the site name as the title, you can filter it: // add filter only when basepage has been parsed add_action( 'civicrm_basepage_parsed', 'my_override_civi_title' ); function my_override_civi_title() { // for themes that use wp_title() add_filter( 'wp_title', 'my_page_title', 200, 1 ); // for themes that use add_theme_support( 'title-...


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Well, CiviCRM has a high learning curve, so if you think it's overkill for your needs, I'd advise you to consider whether this solution is right for you at this time. If CiviCRM generally meets your needs and you're just looking for a way to simplify data entry, you might have a look at the Profiles chapter in the user guide.


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We've implemented something similar ("VIP Contacts") for an organisation who wanted to restrict access to VIP supporters. This was done via ACLs, so regular volunteers weren't able to see those contacts at all. The code used to do this ended up as the Wiki example of custom ACL restrictions via hook_civicrm_aclWhereClause - that same org had need to ...


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Unfortunately, this is simply a missing feature in CiviCRM for WordPress. The left-hand menu is collapsible, but it's necessary for navigating the backend. It would be nice to have the recent contacts and quick-add button somewhere, but it'll have to be within the main real estate of CiviCRM on the backend in WordPress.


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The crmMoney function uses php's money_format() function to format the numbers. On Windows, this function does not exist! (https://issues.civicrm.org/jira/browse/CRM-650) However you can use crmNumberFormat to format it yourself, and add in the currency symbol manually, for example, assuming you want the US dollar symbol: Instead of {$amount|crmMoney:$...


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If you need to change the settings globally, not just for the single statement, you have the option under Administer -> Localization -> Languages, Currency, Locations. There you can define the "Thousands Separator" as well as the "Decimal Delimiter".


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You can use the Civi Bartik Public Theme for Drupal/CiviCrm. The theme has some configuration as to change colors, logo etc...


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Render all CiviCRM public pages in a responsive CMS theme (eg a bootstrap one) and then add some css for the labels - I typically position the labels above the input boxes (on form) and above the answers (on confirm and thank you) for small screen sizes.


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This may take you part way towards what you are looking for https://lab.civicrm.org/extensions/recurringbuttons/tree/master


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It does look like it's a drupal page using webform, according to the page source. But I don't see anything in the source referring to civicrm. But, since it uses webform, you might be able to create something similar with the civicrm_webform module.


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I don't think there is any way to do this within CiviCRM as it stands. But someone else seems to have similar ideas and may be thinking of developing an extension to do this. See https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/user-interface/issues/8. By the way, I don't see any evidence to suggest that ACLU are using CiviCRM.


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Tried replicating the issue, but couldn't. Its working fine with Civi 4.7.19 on drupal 7.56 and theme 'Seven'. It maybe because of some conflicting css class.


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For such a simple requirement some people would consider using a Google spreadsheet


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If you first create your smart group with the 'contacts' view (groups are by definition groups of contacts)... you can then search on 'group'=your group and 'display as'='memberships'. In my experience that works for smart groups as well.


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This functionality has been moved to the action drop-down list.


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I believe you're referring to CRM-19096 and/or CRM-19219, and possibly CRM-19272. The first two are fixed with CiviCRM 4.7.11, which is officially released on September 7th, 2016. The third one has a fix available but hasn't been scheduled into a release. If you can't wait, and you know how to patch your CiviCRM, you can get the fixes from Github; if you ...


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Like Jon G suggested a little more information would help a lot, I am now assuming I understand what you mean but I do not really :-) Obviously it is possible to place the address on the activity form (I am assuming you mean the form of the activity when you click 'edit'/'view'? But you can not do this from the UI, you will need to do some customization. ...


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You mentioned the "no bulk emails" privacy preference. I thought it worth noting that a similar list - "preferred communication method" can be edited. So "Kid Gloves" could be one of them:


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