Suppose you want to give users the chance to opt-out of displaying a specific field in the User List profile, such as email. Here is a way to create a field that you can use to have users opt-out of displaying certain data.Continue Reading →
The shortcode for the profile detail page is easy to install and use. It allows for you to add specific IDs and classes that you can style with CSS to get the profile looking the way you want it. Continue Reading →
Note: The User List plugin now has an option to apply a table style layout to the list. It is available in the plugin’s settings. Applying that setting automatically applies style to the list that is what is discussed in this tutorial (i.e. you don’t need to do this customization anymore). However, I have left this discussion on the site because it shows a process of customizing the layout and can be used to teach necessary concepts for customizing the plugin.
I recently was asked if the User List extension could display a table style layout with links to a more detailed user profile. My initial thought was “Great idea. How can we do that?”
CSS is a powerful tool, and with a little bit of CSS here, and a very simple filter (only for the heading), you can have a table style layout for the user list that looks like the screenshot to the left.
The screenshot was taken from the my test of how to put together such a customization. To be very honest, it took me less than 30 minutes to put this together – and that’s working from scratch. I’ll show you in this post exactly what I did, so while it might take you a little time to read, it should take you only a few minutes to implement. Continue Reading →