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If you using CiviMail for sending newsletter than you can view the html snippet that was sent as a email body. To view the html you can go navigate to Mailings >> Scheduled and Send Mailing. Find the mailing/newsletter name you want to convert into PDF and then click on report link besides the name. You will be redirected to CiviMail Report: [Name of ...


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There are two ways to do this in Drupal. CiviCRM Profiles Go to Administer » System Settings » Misc, and set Accept profile submissions from external sites to Yes. Create a profile in CiviCRM with the "Add to Group" option set to add someone to the group in question. Once the profile is created, select its more menu » HTML Form Snippet (see screenshot). ...


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I'd highly recommend a page as opposed to a block. If you use a block, you can't put a captcha on it. And I can tell you from experience that it will be hit by Russian bots like CRAZY! Create your profile. Make sure you have it set to be used for "Standalone Form or Directory". On the profile listings page - http://www.yourdomain.com/civicrm/admin/uf/group?...


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Can be achieved by GDPR webform https://github.com/tapashdatta/webform_gdpr/tree/5.x


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CiviCRM does not have this feature built-in. You would need to write a custom extension to achieve this, probably using hook_civicrm_postProcess.


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You can set up a profile that includes the field Contacts > Groups. Then send the link to that profile in edit mode, in Joomla the url will look like: http://joomla.demo.civicrm.org/index.php?option=com_civicrm&task=civicrm/profile/edit&gid=1&reset=1 This url is the modified Create Mode (changing create to edit). To see how to get that click ...


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Have you looked at adding a .tpl.extra file? This can be a very easy way to add more content to any template. Instructions are here. Your .tpl.extra file could contain either the extra content you wish, or one line of javascript to perform the redirect.


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If you are using Drupal 7 I would use Drupal Webform - together with the Webform CiviCRM integration module, since the Webform module let's you set the form to show within a block. These are pure drupal webform settings. This is done under Adv Settings, which is on the Form settings tab ie at node/xx/webform/configure "Available as block: If enabled this ...


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Hi Felix and welcome to CiviCRM Stack Exchange. Your problem could have a number of reasons, e.g. the following: your server does not allow access via http for anonymous users (could be protected by htaccess, a vpn...) you do not have a ssl certificate or it is self-signed If that is not the reason please try to provide some more information such as: ...


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The other way is to make the Groups 'public' and then provide navigation to a link to ?page=CiviCRM&q=civicrm/mailing/subscribe&reset=1


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Essentially you want to display a form on your wordpress that takes in the personal details (name, email address) of your subscriber. these details will be fed into the civicrm on your wordpress and where the civimail module will pick up to send the newsletter to. In quicksteps: 1. Create Profile (under Admin) 2. Select the fields required for this profile,...


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You should be able to do this by directing folk to eg www.yourdomain.org/civicrm/mailing/subscribe and if you have your Mailing List groups set up correctly (ie as public) then they should be able to unsub. for folk using Drupal you can also do this via Webform also review instructions at https://docs.civicrm.org/user/en/latest/email/set-up/


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a bit late on this one. It's not an ideal solution, but a quick fix could be AcyMailing which has a CiviCRM plugin and front-end newsletter listings. https://www.acyba.com/acymailing/390-acymailing-plugin-civicrm.html


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Possibly smtp settings, i.e. authentication? Outside of civi, are you able to send an email to confirm your global configuration/server/mail settings are correct? Then go to CiviCRM, Administer CiviCRM, Outbound Mail. Ensure your settings match the cms. Then test to an outside email address. If all goes well, go back to civi and try your email. If still ...


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I found a solution. Not sure if it's the best way, but it works. I use a script and put the checkboxes inside a table with the using the class called in the script: <td class="example"> <input type="hidden" name="group[11]" value="" /> <input class="example" skiplabel="1" id="group_11" name="group[11]" type="checkbox" value="1" /> ...


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If you use the token {action.unsubscribeUrl} CiviCRM will create a personalised link in the mailing. Users are be able to click on it and will be redirected to a page generated by CiviCRM. In addition, they will get a confirmation via email. If this standard workflow is sufficient for you you don't need to do anything else. You can try it out yourself: ...


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