What’s in a form?

A behind-the-scenes look at the humble website submission form. Website submissions forms have been around for a long, long time. From the simple “Contact Us” form used to send a short message, to the fancier forms used for registering for events or submitting multi-page applications, forms are a great way to allow web visitors to […]

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Using CiviCRM Profile Sync with Advanced Custom Fields Extended (ACFE)

Tadpole has been exploring alternatives to the Caldera Forms for CiviCRM (CFC) plugin which is no longer actively maintained or supported by its developers. We’ve been working on a solution that uses Advanced Custom Fields Pro and the Advanced Custom Fields Extended (ACFE) suite of enhancements to create forms that integrate with CiviCRM fields and

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Search Kit for CiviCRM

On August 13, 2021, Tadpole hosted a virtual Lunch and Learn where Kevin Cristiano gave an update on the progress of the CiviCRM Search Kit. Now under development by the CiviCRM core team, Search Kit expands and improves upon the search experience for CiviCRM admins. (Search Kit is community funded; the primary funder is Wikimedia

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Using the CiviCRM Group Sync Extension for Membership and Access Control

Both WordPress and CiviCRM allow for the grouping of users either to provide special access to content on the front-end, e.g., a special membership area; or to grant administrative privileges on the back-end. CiviCRM also uses Groups for email subscription lists. By default, WordPress comes with five basic user groups: Subscriber, Contributor, Author, Editor, and

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