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Do you have the CiviCRM WP REST API Wrapper plugin installed? If so,try disabling that as it's not required with newer versions of Civicrm


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Success, with minor change in syntax I am now able to send schedule mail using Cron jobs to kick off schedule mails. Here is my method for running CiviCRM cron jobs on Bluehost shared hosting every 16 minutes. Previously I had also specified the the parameter job.execute, which I have removed. wget -O - -q -t 1 'https://<my-domain>/wp-content/plugins/...


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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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Welcome to SE! If it were working when you use 'Execute now' but not from cron, then I'd look at the cron settings. But in your case 'Execute now' is not producing mails and that does not involve cron. === edited === Are you using Mosaico and Flexmailer - if so, which versions? What are your settings for outbound mail? At the place where you add recipient ...


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This extension might be what you're looking for. I use it, works great!


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Digging a little deeper, I think I have discovered why the nesting of the shortcodes works. CiviCRM html header is not present (1), resulting in Uncaught ReferenceError: CRM is not defined (2) So the page breaks at the point of validation meaning no errors are thrown. Resulting in an error solving an error. Unfortunately I am at the limits of my ...


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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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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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I have found a partial solution... To wrap the CiviCRM shortcode in a Members shortcode (which would have been the 'old' / pre-gutenberg block way to do it) [members_logged_in][civicrm component="user-dashboard"][/members_logged_in] The content is then restricted to logged in users (in this instance) and no visible errors are thrown, though while the form ...


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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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