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Gutenberg Blocks for CiviCRM

In 2018, WordPress introduced the Gutenberg block editor, and while it’s been hugely popular with content editors it has also impacted the way CiviCRM users traditionally insert CiviCRM entities onto their WordPress pages. In the video, Kevin Cristiano demonstrates how the Gutenberg Blocks for CiviCRM plugin improves on Gutenberg’s default Shortcode block and walks us …

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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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CiviCRM and WordPress: Four Things to Know

As CiviCRM for WordPress experts, we receive questions daily from non-profits who want to adopt an open-source CRM solution for their organizations. Whether you plan on using CiviCRM to manage memberships, event registration, or simply to collect donations, there are a number of practices that every organization, regardless of size, should adhere to when implementing …

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Using Caldera Forms CiviCRM (CFC) for Membership Registration and Donations

As of version 0.4.4 there are three new processors in CFC: Membership, Line Items and Order Processors. With these new processors you can setup forms using Caldera Form’s conditional logic and layout options, map the data to CiviCRM, and take payments using either the Stripe or Authorize.net add-on plugins. A more detailed outline of what’s …

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Using Caldera Forms CiviCRM for Multiple Contacts

When collecting information with a form on your website, you’re generally asking a single person to provide information about themselves: name, address, phone number, etc., but there are times when you need to collect information about multiple individuals to include in your CiviCRM database. For example, you may want to ask for details about parents …

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Using Caldera Form Processors to Collect CiviCRM Contact Data

Caldera Forms is already a powerful tool for creating front-end forms for your WordPress website. If you’re a nonprofit organization running CiviCRM to engage your constituents, you can also use Caldera Forms to collect and save data into your CiviCRM database. As a very simple example, Screenshot #1 is Tadpole’s basic contact form. There is …

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