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Do a search that finds all contacts (for example, Find Contacts and then search without entering anything), then select "All nnn contacts" and choose Export from the drop down menu. You can select all primary fields or specific fields to export.


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This is a known issue with all scripts in CiviCRM's extern directory - pointing directly to a PHP script inside wp-content is considered highly likely to be malicious. This will be solved out-of-the-box once the CiviCRM WP REST API Wrapper is merged into the CiviCRM WordPress plugin, but for now you probably need to install that and follow the instructions ...


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SiteHealth does not account for sessions and CiviCRM depnds on them. See the discussion at https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/wordpress/-/issues/32 Possible fix: https://civicrm.stackexchange.com/a/35234/155


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Based on Mr. Burns' comforting response above, and Mr. Earnhardt's instruction on how to selectively remove tests, I added the following code to the functions.php file in my WordPress theme: function prefix_remove_rest_availability( $tests ) { unset( $tests['direct']['rest_availability'] ); return $tests; } add_filter( 'site_status_tests', '...


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Do not worry, the Health Check loopbacks and REST API checks are inaccurate. Nothing is actually wrong. You can install Disable Health Check.


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In case it helps anyone, this is what I did: Initial set-up: - a working Joomla site, with Civicrm and Joomla tables in the same database - a separate installation of Wordpress on the same server (articles and static content already imported from the Joomla site and redirects set up as required) Aim: migrate the Joomla Civicrm tables and data to the ...


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You can embed the Drupal site's form (any form, whether from Civi or Drupal) into your wordpress site using an iframe. Here's an example of exactly that: https://patientscanada.ca/donate/ There are three steps to make this work: Create an alternative theme on the Drupal site that is suitable for embedding in an iframe. There's a Drupal theme here: https://...


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When I looked at this I found that SiteHealth does not account for sessions and CiviCRM depnds on them. See the discussion at https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/wordpress/-/issues/32


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At the link you referenced it says you can use Civi::log()->debug(); this section, so for example Civi::log()->debug(var_export($my_variable, true)); I'm not sure what you mean by the directory isn't available? This article says how to find it: Where are the "ConfigAndLog" and "templates_c" directories?


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Don't panic, the issue you are seeing is only a notice, not an error and won't stop CiviCRM working. In WordPress 5.5, a change was made to how REST routes are registered and now required a permission_callback. For the moment, the plugin will continue to work and once the plugin author releases an update that adds the permission_callback, the notice will ...


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Sourceforge has the files: https://sourceforge.net/projects/civicrm/files/civicrm-stable/ You can also just change the url manually for the "official" download, i.e. the current is https://download.civicrm.org/civicrm-5.28.3-wordpress.zip but you can manually type https://download.civicrm.org/civicrm-5.26.2-wordpress.zip


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This is down to the fact that you probably have logging turned on in your Drupal environment. So the easiest thing to do would be to turn it off before you migrate and turn it back on in Wordpress (Administer -> Misc -> Logging). If you cant do that (or it still doesn't work) then you have a couple of 'hacks' to make get to the point that you can at ...


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Add the following to your wp-config.php file: define( 'CIVICRM_WP_PROFILE_SYNC_BULK', true ); Then select some contacts and use the “Actions” dropdown to “Create WordPress Users from Contacts”.


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I don't think what you need is possible using the built-in iCal feed and a single event - not without writing an extension. However, perhaps @petednz-fuzion can chime in on the status of his yet-to-be-published extension which I think will meet your needs. You could create three events, use the extension to ensure that there's a single registration for all ...


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CiviCRM 5.19 is not compatible with WP 5.6. WP 5.5 had a change that required an update which is in CiviCRM 5.26 https://civicrm.org/blog/kcristiano/civicrm-526-and-wordpress-important-notice I'd recommend CiviCRM 5.32.2 currently as that version has all the security fixes in 5.28 (latest security version) as well many other bug fixes/enhancements. Please ...


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Take a look at https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/core/-/issues/2220 - we never figured out why on some sites it doesn't load the defaults. But you can manually set it with e.g. cv ev "Civi::settings()->set('simple_mail_limit', 50);"


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It sounds like you don't want to use CiviCRM public pages because it would visually take people away from your main website. An option could be to theme your CiviCRM public pages so that this transition is absolutely seamless -> here's an example of a CiviCRM public page we're drafting at the moment (with iATS Payments processor but that's not the point) - ...


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You should be able to do this with the reltoken extension.


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It's come up before that street address parsing only works for US addresses. Try just going with geocoding.


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Though this question is a bit older: We have made very good experience with Calderaforms together with the Caldera Forms CiviCRM integration Plugin mentioned above. However at some point we needed a bit more and thanks to the help of Jaap from CiviCoop there is now also a integration of Caldera Forms with the CiviCRM Form Processor ready allowing more ...


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Just seeing activity here, I realized I moved this query to chat.civicrm.org, Wordpress channel and haystack provided a general fix to civicrm core which has been in place since late fall 2019. I forgot to close things out back here on StackExchange. The ultimate problem was not that one plugin, iframe, but our theme, Benevolent Pro, was evidently calling ...


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Re "where can I view the results" - if you want to view the log via the GUI try the log viewer extension.


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+1 for the xkcd reference. There's some work being done on SSL but for the "server exists" error this is a known issue for azure. See https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/core/-/issues/1206 Briefly, just comment out the body of the check it mentions and instead make it always return TRUE: https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/blob/5.16.2/install/index.php#...


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I expect this is due to changes made to accommodate WP URL changes. If the URL has civiwp in it (and it should) Then I would: make sure that the base page is set - go to https://example.org/wp-admin/admin.php?page=CiviCRM&q=civicrm%2Fadmin%2Fsetting%2Fuf&reset=1 Review the Base Page setting and value, it cannot be blank Make sure there is a ...


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My theory is you have a table called 'civicrm_group_contact_05Feb20-2049' in the database, maybe a backup whilst you were investigating an issue or something? If you drop this table prior to commencing the upgrade you'll probably have better luck. Note that the reason its an issue is that CiviCRM will add audit log triggers to any table prefixed with '...


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This isn't really a WP error, it's a file that's either missing or has the wrong owner/permissions. Look for /home/fovps1e/public_html/wp-content/plugins/civicrm/includes/civicrm.compat.php. Is it present? If not, you may need to unzip another copy of WordPress. More likely, it's present, but its file ownership/permissions make it unreadable by whichever ...


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The problem with updating to version 5.28 was apparently due to some of my civicrm sites having been originally installed with version 4.7. I edited the settings file by comparing to a version 5 setting file. A critical line (~82) was commented out. Un-commenting that line (and updating other sections of the setting file) allowed me to update all my sites, ...


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This was caused by an issue with my local disk cache. Clearing the cache from my browser allowed the icons to be displayed again.


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As an alternate I feel you can create price sets that shows price field for each date (Label?). And tweak the calendar plugin to use price field to show event on three different dates


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You'll need to upgrade CiviCRM. WP 5.5 made changes to how URL paths are handled which required changes in CiviCRM. I believe those changes were introduced in 5.26. So you will need to upgrade to at least that version to be compatible with WordPress 5.5+. There was a blog post a while back with more details: https://civicrm.org/blog/kcristiano/civicrm-526-...


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