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You must have an RSS feed that contains only content appropriate for Drupal Planet. If your site uses Drupal, you can create a "Drupal Planet" taxonomy term and use it to tag any content you want to appear on the Planet. Drupal automatically creates an RSS feed for each taxonomy term, and you can submit that term’s feed URL in your Drupal Planet application. Alternatively, you can use the Drupal Planet feature module, which uses Flag and Views modules to create the feed. If you are not using Drupal, you will need to make sure your site can create a feed just for your Planet content.

Using the CiviCRM Entity Module

What is the CiviCRM Entity Module? Integrating the world’s largest open-source Client Relationship Management tool, dedicated to supporting membership associations and non-profit organizations (CiviCRM), with the latest versions of the popular Drupal Content Management System (Drupal 8 and Drupal 9) - the CiviCRM Enitity module allows for incredible expanded functionality by exposing CiviCRM API entities as true Drupal entity types. This allows users to: Sync roles and contact types during user creation Register users and collect contributions using powerful webforms Reference any Civi data on nodes and other Drupal entities Create event and other contact type pages using the new core media entity system, slideshows, and other Drupal fields Generate reports and charts using Civi data within views displays Create maps and proximity filters using Civi addresses A few more details please... CiviCRM focuses on contact and relationship management as its core function, and is 100% open source benefitting from a large and vibrant community of contributors. The power of the CiviCRM Entity module is the extendability it provides by interconnecting features of CiviCRM and Drupal to create unlimited synergistic functionality. By exposing CiviCRM API entities as true Drupal entity types, any Drupal feature or module can access, manipulate, and display CiviCRM contact data as if it were a native Drupal entity. This opens the doors of hundreds contributed modules to be used with CiviCRM data to build custom solutions.

Finding CiviCRM Menu Items Has Never Been Easier With This Extension

CiviCRM is a great open-source customer relationship management (CRM) system that integrates with your Drupal, Wordpress, or Joomla content management system (CMS). CiviCRM has a number of diverse features ranging from contact management, membership management, event registration, and bulk emails. The only problem is that it can be somewhat difficult to remember where to find the settings that you are looking for. Behold the Quick Search CiviCRM Menu extension. If you are a CiviCRM admin, then you know that there are several nested menu items in the Administer parent menu ...
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Using the CiviCRM Entity Reference Field submodule with Inline Entity Form

CiviCRM Entity Reference Field is a submodule of the CiviCRM Entity project, which tightly integrates CiviCRM data into Drupal by exposing API entities as Drupal entity types. One of the many advantages of installing the CiviCRM Entity module is the ability to use Drupal’s Entity Reference module to reference CiviCRM data from nodes, terms, or other entity types. Many people are using the Inline Entity Form module, which provides field widgets that allow creating, editing, or deleting referenced entity from the parent form. If you reference CiviCRM contacts via an ...
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