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CiviCRM 4.1 Documentation

Developer Resources

CiviCRM books!

Make sure to check out our Online User/Administrator and Developer Guides! You can also support this project by ordering a hard copy.

Or support us by buying an eBook or hard copy of Using CiviCRM from Packt Publishing.

CiviCRM Documentation
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Help to make this documentation better!

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Get Started

New to CiviCRM? Check out the Get Started section on, and browse the Case Studies to see how other organizations are using CiviCRM. Ready to dig in a bit more? Read the free online User and Administrator Guide.

Try it!

Check out a demo installation of CiviCRM running with: Drupal, or Joomla or WordPress.


Newest package is available on our downloads page. Be sure and download the correct version for your CMS and version (Drupal 6 or 7, Joomla 1.7 / 2.5, WordPress 3.3).

Useful Shortcuts

If you are installing CiviCRM from scratch, follow below instructions:

If you are upgrading an existing site (working with a copy of the site, of course), we have provided a database upgrade script. Instructions for upgrading are here:

Technical Requirements

CiviCRM is a web-based solution that runs locally on a web server or on a virtual server provided by a hosting service. Installs on local machines should consider using the XAMPP/WAMP stacks which almost painlessly installs Apache/PHP/MySQL.

  • Apache 2.x
  • PHP  5.3.x +
  • MySQL 5.1.x + with INNODB enabled
  • Drupal 6.x or 7.x
  • Joomla 2.5.x
  • WordPress 3.4.x
  • Aucun