The CiviCRM How Do I Series: Configuring Your Payment Processor

First: What exactly is a "payment processor" and why do I need one?

Payment processors are the nice folks that make it possible for you to accept online payment for donations, fees and dues. Your payment processor is the avenue through which credit card information is accepted and processed, and funds are transferred to your bank account.

There are a number of payment processors that are integrated with CiviCRM--each having its own advantages, disadvantages and fee structure. You'll have to determine which processor is best for you.

The CiviCRM How Do I Series: Introduction

When people talk about CiviCRM they use words like "powerful," "robust," or "feature-rich." But what does that really mean?

At GingerFeet we think it means two things:

  1. CiviCRM can do, well, a lot of stuff.
  2. Because it can do a lot of stuff, there's, well, a lot to learn.

Collaboration is Nifty!

CiviCRM
CiviCRM is a pretty remarkable tool.

GingerFeet Prepares for Lift-Off!

Ben and Lorin's GingerFeet

Greetings and thanks to everyone who's been cheering us on as we make our way to the final home stretch.

The new website's just about complete, training materials are being sewn up, and final tweaks on server and security are underway.

The service will roll out for our non-profit masses with Drupal 6 and CiviCRM 3.1 -- both the latest, stable versions of the applications.

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