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CCBPress Core

Plugin Version Total Downloads WordPress Compatibility

Introducing the easiest way to display information from Church Community Builder (CCB) on your church WordPress site.

Requires a Church Community Builder account.

Features:

  • API Status Dashboard Widget
  • Group Information Block and Widget
  • CCB Login Block and Widget
  • Online Giving Block and Widget

Do More With Add-ons

Extend the capabilities of CCBPress with these add-ons:

  • Events - Display event data from Church Community Builder.
  • Gravity Forms - Add people to group, events, and process queues.
  • Groups - Display group data from Church Community Builder.

Installation

  1. Upload the ccbpress-core folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the CCBPress Core plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
  3. Configure the plugin by going to the CCBPress menu that appears in your WordPress Admin.

Support

This is a developer's portal for CCBPress and should not be used for support. Please visit the support page if you need to submit a support request.

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