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just discovered that 'Clean URLS' weren't activated ie the code checking for it wasn't in my config as described here: https://docs.civicrm.org/sysadmin/en/latest/integration/wordpress/clean-urls/ so i had to add it manually and everything works fine now.


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our IT volunteer seems to have fixed it, and said: The fix is to go to Administer > System Settings > CMS Database Integration from the menus. And press Save, checking that the writable field on the page (WordPress Base Page setting) says civicrm We're still not 100% sure what's happening, but that was our fix! Thanks to those that helped :)


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The Form Builder extension has this as a design goal, and I expect that later this year this should be possible without code. Since your SE history suggests you are a programmer, I'm going to build on Pradeep's answer. I have a custom CiviCRM extension I just posted to Github that adds several columns to the contribution tab - including the "Note" ...


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Welcome to CiviCRM SE. Unfortunately there isn't an easy way to do through GUI. If you are programmer you can add a one using pageRun() or searchColumns() hook HTH Pradeep


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Aha! Thanks for the list of extensions. You have afform_admin enabled and in 5.45 it started requiring search_kit. So it must be looking for it after upgrade. If you've already upgraded and have access to the mysql database, you can do update civicrm_extension set is_active = 0 where full_name='org.civicrm.afform_admin'; to disable afform-admin temporarily ...


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I don't see how you would create anything that an admin (or anyone with access to the database) could not change. Perhaps this could work: create an "event" and put the voting fields in the profile used for that event. You could use some of the existing extensions to allow only members to register/vote for that "event." The ...


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Not sure why; however, when I uninstalled and reinstalled the plugins everything works now. Ghost in the Machine I suppose.


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The only time I've had a site that slow after applying the optimizations you mention (Redis, etc), it was because of WP plugins. There's a trick to disable WP plugins on AJAX requests I haven't tried myself, but I recommend setting up a test site where you disable all the WP plugins and see if that dramatically increases Civi speed. If so, then you can turn ...


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There is no 'one and only super simple solution' to your need. We use a mix of these tools (caldera, form processor + contact form 7...) depending on what we need to achieve. For example, do you 'just' collect informations that are related to the contact entity or do you also need to create relationships, activities or do you need to create user accounts in ...


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I stumbled on this issue on CiviCRM 5.44 sites on WordPress, and the issue was that the site did not have "Clean URLs" enabled, since it was using an old civicrm.settings.php. Make sure that the civicrm.settings.php has this bit of code: if (!defined('CIVICRM_CLEANURL')) { if ( function_exists('variable_get') && variable_get('...


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