The Donor Tier Report adds a new contribution report template for
- viewing donor totals grouped by up to four tiers such as “major donor” or “small donor”,
- ﬁltering donors by tier, and
- if a date ﬁlter is set, displaying whether a donor is “new”, meaning that they have never made a contribution prior to period you're ﬁltering for.
Thanks to the State YMCA of Georgia for commissioning the initial version.
Displays contribution page widgets from CiviContribute as native WordPress widgets.
CiviCRM contribution pages allow you to generate a “widget” showing the progress toward a goal. This plugin makes it easy to include one or more contribution page “widgets” as actual WordPress widgets on your sidebar.
This plugin requires CiviCRM 4.3 or higher.
Download it here
Check out the code on GitHub
Archived only: you should no longer need to apply these changes. See second update.
We recently dealt with problems for CiviCRM clients with the Authorize.net payment processor after performing a minor upgrade on Ubuntu servers. The new ca-certiﬁcates package no longer carries some older root certiﬁcates, and among those is the CA certiﬁcate needed for Authorize.net. The result is that donors through CiviCRM see an error when they try to donate:
We’re happy to introduce the US Counties extension for CiviCRM, allowing an easy method to load all the counties in the United States.
Using the extension
Enabling the extension runs the county loader, which loads all the counties in each state if they aren’t already in your database. From that point, the extension does nothing. You can even disable the extension, and the counties will stay there. Uninstalling the extension also does nothing, for an important reason: it could cause data loss by deleting data stored in addresses.
You can use the CiviEvent widget to add two types of widgets for upcoming public events from CiviCRM. There’s no limit to the number of widgets you can add of either type. You can include the widgets in the sidebar like normal, or you can include them via shortcodes in the body of your posts.
This is the ofﬁcial documentation page for the Popemployer extension. It’s really simple—enable the extension, make sure anonymous users have “Access AJAX API” permission, and you’re all set. Only anonymous visitors will see the effect, and only if the form has both an email ﬁeld and a current employer ﬁeld.