Image Resize

This extension adds image resize capability to CiviCRM for Contact and Custom Field images. The extension handles resizing of all types of images and will put the images into the cache directory.
Image style has to pass into url along with other url parameter.
This functionality can be integrate in to Drupal Views, WordPress Plugin to show civicrm contact, custom images with resize size and good quality to load web page faster as compared to original images.


- Deduper screen - this is an angular screen that allows you to search for duplicates using nuanced criteria. You can dedupe from this screen.
This can be found under the contacts menu.
Dedupe screen
- api Merge.redo - undeletes a contact deleted by merge & re-merges - useful if contributions etc got added to the deleted contact.

CASL Support

Provides some basic fields and functionality to assist with compliance for Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (or other similar legislation like CAN-SPAM).

These fields are for all contacts and track consent for communicating with them. Contacts that don't have consent (or where it's expired) will automatically have the no-bulk-email flag set. This extension was developed by PeaceWorks Technology Solutions.

Data Processor

With the data processor you can build complex queries easily in the user interface and display them as a search, api or export as CSV.

The data processor is an extension with which system administrator can do the following:


CiviCRM Extension that provides support for Authorize.Net (Credit Card, ACH/EFT (eCheck) and recurring billing).


  • Replaces the (deprecated) payment processor that ships with CiviCRM core.
  • Uses the official libraries.
  • Supports Credit Card.
  • Supports ACH/EFT (echeck).
  • Supports recurring billing (ARB).
  • Supports payments via CiviCRM backend.
  • Supports cancel/update subscription via CiviCRM backend.


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This extension alters the sort name saved for organisations. It allows you to remove the 'The' from the beginning. The sort name is used from quicksearch so removing optional strings makes it easier for users to search and to realise the contact already exists with or without the 'the'.