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Import them as Contacts - on final step of import do 'add to a new group' Find all Contacts in that Group and then add as participants to your event via the Actions button on the search results.


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Can you check permissions if the user has permission to make online donations? If Civi is on 5.37 than password field is not available to set on form, the user will get a password reset link when the user is created.


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You need to select 'Account creation' option to required or optional under Advance setting of Profile


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I think an answer is needed here that says something like 'it is not recommended to try hosting with low spec shared hosting such as hostgator or bluehost' Some documentation here


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This has been discussed at chat.civicrm.org so just updating this question with that conversation. The MySQL requirements for CiviCRM are: MySQL 5.7.5+ or MariaDB 10.0.0.2+ The full CiviCRM hosting requirements can be found Here Or you can have a conversation with one of the many partners to discuss hosting your CiviCRM. Partners Hosting


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I see you're on 5.34 - your url looks wrong. See https://civicrm.org/blog/kcristiano/civicrm-526-and-wordpress-important-notice where there was a change in 5.26.


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I have the exact same error, I installed on hostgator, 7.3php, Activated and hit either CivicCRM Installer or "CiviCRM is almost ready. You must configure CiviCRM for it to work." After seeing CiviCRM Installed sucessfully it jumps to "wp-admin/admin.php?page=CiviCRM&q=civicrm/admin/access/wp-permissions&reset=1" and i get Sorry, ...


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I have the exact same problem on Bluehost Fresh install of WP v 5.7.2 PHP v 7.3.28 MYSQL 5.6.41-84.1 Crahses the same as yours with the same results I did notice in php.ini the max_ececution_time is 30 and should be 240 and max_input_time is 60 and should be 120 I don't kknow if this is the problem or not, but with over 13,000 files in civicrm it is hard to ...


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Welcome to Stack Exchange and CiviCRM! The fact that civicrm_setting is missing from your database suggests that something went wrong during installation and the data wasn't loaded into the database at all. If you have access to view the database, check to see if any tables at all are installed. You may also get real-time help at https://chat.civicrm.org ...


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search for civicrm/v3 set 'permission_callback' => => function() { return true; } after callback **more info : **https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/functions/register_rest_route/


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As you are on WordPress, I would suggest you start by looking for WordPress plugins that might do this for you. A quick search for 'lottery' returned quite a few potential plugins that might help. I'm not clear whether this needs to relate to your contacts in CiviCRM at all (i.e. if it is for members only). It may be that your solution has nothing to do with ...


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Welcome to SE! In this: [event_calendar component="event-calendar" id="<>"] the <> should be replaced by a number - eg id="1"


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If you use a civi Price Set, you can indeed set an option on there to not count towards your Participant Count which i think can therefore deliver what you need


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In Administer/CiviMail/CiviMail Component Settings there's a checkbox for 'Disable check for mandatory tokens' - this is what you should tick to disable the check.


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