Simple honeypot fields for CiviCRM Contribute forms. Useful for deterring bots, fraudsters, etc who have latched onto your CiviCRM Contribute pages.
This tool helps you prepare CSV spreadsheets for importing data into various types of record in CiviCRM. Full documentation, including a worked example is available in the Documentation.
What problems does this help with?
You have a load of data to import as contributions or activities (etc.) to import but because this came from an external source it doesn't have CiviCRM Contact IDs in it.
This CiviCRM extension adds some contribution related functionality that I find useful for our CiviCRM instance.
- Engagement Summary
- Contact Financial Summary
- Contact Financial Exclusion Summary
- Contribtions with Pricesets
- Financial Aging
This extension allows you to add an "Additional Percentage" field to any price set, which will automatically calculate and add an additional amount to a transaction, as a configurable percentage of other selected price set options.
This extension adds the ability to display a premium on a contribution page only when a certain set of membership type and status criteria are met. This enables an organization to offer "member only" premiums for early renewal or other promotions. The membership status field can also be set to "Expired" to create rejoin incentives, visible only to expired members. The extension only has parameters for membership status and type, and they can be used independently from each other.
This civicrm extension allows an anonymous user to have an autocomplete field instead of a free form one for the current employer, to avoid mispelled/duplicate organisation names
Tested on the following forms:
- profile edit (/civicrm/profile/create)
- event registration (/civicrm/event/register)
- contributions pages (/civicrm/contribute/transact)
- View/edit Drupal account (e.g., /user/%uid/edit/name_and_address)
Patch welcome for other forms.
If you theme is already based on boostrap, civisualize works fine out of the box.
If you don't, enable this extension that will add the missing stylesheets so the default datavisualisations look better