Configurare il plugin di attività sociali

This chapter describes how to configure the social Activities plugin on your website. We will show the basic configuration for a Lions or Leo Club. Advanced options (mainly for zone, region, district and multiple district) are described in the Multiple District part of the documentation.

As usual when you edit the Social Activities plugin, the «Plugin» tab lets you configure how information should be rendered on the website:

Configuration options for the plugin

Using the Plugin for your Club Website

Options are numerous but what you probably only need to change when showing social activities for your own club is the mode (either Listing or Summary) and whether you want to show details.



Will show a simple list of all social activities grouped by Lions year.


Will show a table summarizing the number of social activities per Lions year, amount of money collected and donated and total of hours worked.

Restrict Lions Year

This option lets you restrict the list of social activities to the current Lions year instead of showing the whole history.

Show Details

When ticked, this checkbox will add three columns to the list of social activities, to show amount of money collected, donated and number of hours worked.

Adding or Modifying Social Activities

The responsible for managing social activities is the Club-, District- or Multiple District LionsBase Master, according to the type of social activity that should be updated. The process of managing social activities is described in the chapter Managing Social Activity Information.

Adding a new Social Activities Plugin

Create a new content element and choose to insert a «General Plugin»:

General Plugin

Then it is considered a good practice to give a title to your content element. In order for the title you give not being rendered on your website, you may change its type to «hidden»:

Adding a header to the content element

Finally, under the «Plugin» tab, choose the Social Activities plugin:

Selection of the plugin to use

Then proceed as usual to configure the plugin.

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