Showing locations on maps is an important feature for many modern websites. At Skvare, we specialize in building websites using open source Drupal and CiviCRM systems. So naturally, being able to use CiviCRM addresses within Drupal pages is a feature we are often asked to develop.
There was recently changes to WordPress that is changing the way redirects are done. These changes are designed to better handle rel="canonical" in WP. For CiviCRM this means that any version of CiviCRM before 5.26 will not work once the WordPress changes are released.
Today we are going to explore a common use case for how CiviCRM contacts can integrate with Drupal users using the
The transition of civicrm.org to Drupal 8 continues and, in the process, we’re taking time to clean up aspects of the site including revising its content and navigation, and reducing technical debt. One particular area that we’ve spent a great deal of time on involves the listing and recognition of both CiviCRM partners and contributors. Here are a few issues that touch on this process for you if you need some ‘light’ reading this weekend (in no particular order):
Hi Everyone!, I am Kartik Kathuria and I will be working on the Project Probots and GitLab to GitHub Integration during the Summer with CiviCRM as part of GSoC. My mentors during the project are Eileen McNaughton and Saurabh Batra. I am really happy with the CiviCRM community as all the people here are quite active and helpful as well.
CiviCRM once had a list of ambassadors that provided a reference point for new potential users of CiviCRM, answering questions about the software, the community and how to get started. At a certain point, this went away and was never revised or replaced. We’re rekindling this idea now, albeit with a slightly different focus and in a different format.
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We are excited to announce a new blog and webinar series on the CiviCRM Entity module, demonstrating practical applications of CiviCRM integration with Drupal.
This is an open invitation for everyone in the Asia/Pacific region to join other Australians, New Zealanders etc. on-line to catch-up and discuss all things CiviCRM. If you are a CiviCRM user, developer or casual user with questions, then you are most welcome to join us.The meeting is only 1 hour and has a set agenda (depending on number of people attending this may be shortened).