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4 July 2012 at 4:54pm
Hi all, I am working on my first SS website (and loving it!) for a non-profit society and have a couple of questions on modules.
I have successfully installed addressable, orderable and the memberprofiles modules and would like to know:
1. How do I get a public list of all members display on a page using out-of-the-box functionality inside memberprofiles? I only see the page for members to edit their membership details, but I can see it is possible in the code.
2. Each member can have multiple (from none to many) location addresses that the public need to see. How can I extend the memberprofiles to allow multiple addresses (subclassing?) implementing the addressable module?
Thanks in advance!
6 July 2012 at 12:19pm
So I hacked the code to get the list to display, but now users cant edit their profiles - it just shows the list again. Lol, I'm going round in circles
What I was expecting was a combo box in the admin section to say 'Display As' and ( List, Single )
There must be something really easy/simple I am missing... any enlightenment/pointers to docs that I haven't read would be really appreciated.
7 July 2012 at 12:27am
You shouldn't need to edit any code. If you enable public profiles in the settings tab, if you visit /myprofilepage/show, it should show a table listing all members. You can then click on one to display the detailed profile page.
8 July 2012 at 10:13am
Thanks AJ, I knew there was something I was missing. What would be the method you would recommend to show the list page with search capability in the sidebar? Is it just a matter of modifying the MemberProfileViewer_list.ss? Or is there a better way?
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