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I think you should be able to do it in one go, but you should definitely clone the server and do a test upgrade first particularly with that many versions (and of course back everything up first before doing the upgrade of the live site). I don't think you need to upgrade WordPress, but personally I would do this to the latest version immediately before or ...


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Our advice would be to try a full upgrade on a test/staging site first. This is the only way you'll be sure. Remember you'll need to upgrade extensions too as thats approx 21 months of upgrade being applied. If a full upgrade fails then you can try it in parts i.e. going to 5.30.x first then up to the latest etc.


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Cesar, we have been using Caldera + PaypalPro addon + Civicrm for a long while and it has been very solid so I am sorry to see it phased out. The new owners seem committed to work with Civicrm - see the update at the bottom of this post. They have released a conversion tool and have a Civicrm addon in development, and expect to have it done by the end of ...


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Assuming you mean shared hosting, it's going to be difficult to analyze, mainly because you have no way of seeing the disk I/O or the database contention. In my experience, this happens because WordPress because WordPress is bootstrapped with every CiviCRM API request, and some plugins (BuddyPress comes to mind, as does one of the multilingual plugins, I ...


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In this case it was "Enable self-service cancellation of a recurring contribution" checkbox on iATS payment settings page.


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Could you check if there are any special chars in the base url defined in civicrm.settings.php?


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I had this problem intermittently for some time when embedding event registration forms using a Wordpress shortcode. It has to do with page caching. CiviCRM parses the shortcode to capture the event ID and adds the id value to the global $_GET object. If the page is loaded from cache (usually when the back/forward button is pressed) the code that parses the ...


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I had this problem intermittently for some time when embedding event registration forms using a Wordpress shortcode. It has to do with page caching. CiviCRM parses the shortcode to capture the event ID and adds the id value to the global $_GET object. If the page is loaded from cache (usually when the back/forward button is pressed) the code that parses the ...


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