- Reads Paid Membership Pro tables and adds their fields to the list of fields available for user lists.
- Defines the date fields as datetime as per the way the data is currently stored. Various formats can then be chosen for these date fields.
- Creates and builds up a PMP history field. The function that does this is ‘pluggable’, so you can write your own site-specific plugin to format the history data.
Adds the ability to filter lists by either a date in YYYY-MM-DD format (like wordpress ‘user registered’ field) or in unix timestamp format. A date picker is also added.
One can enter ‘from’ or ‘to’ or both for each field.
Addon for the User Profiles Made Easy plugin. This addon creates a linktype ‘upme profile’ which can then be added to any field (eg avatar field) to create a hyperlink to an upme profile. The request for this addon defined the upme profile url as …/profile/[username] and the addon therefore creates the url in that form.
This add-on is very basic at version 1.0. Brent requested that he be able to report wishlist member userlevels. Wishlist member data is not stored in wordpress tables, so the main amr-users function does not find their data. This addon reads the wishlist member userlevels table and add’s that to the wordpress user data. It looks up the userlevel names and uses those (not the level ‘numbers’).
This initial version does not attempt to show expiry data as that was specifically not requested.
If you would like to access additional wishlist member data, please contact me and we will see about adding it in to future versions.
When activated, adds extra functions to amr-users
- will read the cimy tables and make the cimy data look like user meta data
- Note there may be weird and wonderful ways that you have configured cimy. If something doesn’t convert easily into the users lists, please post it the support forum, preferably with a dump of your cimy data table.
- Plugin works using filters added to version 3.2 of amr-users
Activate the plugin, do “find the fields” under nice names:
In response to Tom’s query , this little addon has been created and gifted to Tom.
The add-on enables linking to a wp symposium pro user profile page. It creates a link type to be selected from the configuration page and then on display of the list, it formats the selected field with a link to the profile page.
This add-on adds extra functions to the free amr-users plugin specifically to cope with gravity forms emergency contact user data.
Somewhat strangley this data has been serialised – twice – once as a string and then the array inside. This plugin will unpack the fields for use in lists.
The add-on does not currently include auto update version checking. Extra features may be added on request.
A request was made to be able to ‘group’ users in sections.
- amr-users (free) version 3.4.4 or higher
- amr-users-plus version 2.2 or higher
- almost any field can be used as the grouping field – sort by the grouping field first.
- filtering will work with the grouping – see example screenshots
Video url formats and linktypes
A request was received with definition in various stages:
- if a video url exists, display a video icon and link to video, else display nothing
- if a video url exists, display a custom uploaded video icon and link to a member detail page
- as above but link to a custom (non-amr-user list) details page passing a userid parameter
The code supplied in the purchaseable add-on plugin download offers the following:
Video Url field formatting:
- if a video url exists, display wordpress default video icon and link to video (default)
- if a video url exists, display custom video icon and link to video (comment out the code for step above and uncomment the code to display custom icon)
- link to a custom third party details page (that hopefully has the video) (Uncomment the code to do this)
- user meta fields called ‘video_url’ must exist
Additional Link Types:
For use on fields that do NOT already have custom formatting. IE: do not use on the video url field above, but could be used on other user fields as demonstrated.
- Link to a amr-user list page called ‘memberdetails’. Edit to suit. Demo here.
- Link to a custom third party page called ‘details.php’ passing parameter userid=x. Location of custom file may have to be edited.
Note if a wordpress ‘author’ template is intended, then use the already provided ‘author archive’ link.
- for 1) above, a wp page with a amr-users list must exists. This list must include any user whose id may be passed to it from the starting list
- for 2) a suitably named php file must exist that will accept a userid parameter
Note: the price here reflects the custom nature of this work and the unlikelihood that there will ever be more than one or two purchasers. This code and the optional alternatives (currently commented out) have been tested on wp 3.9.1 and data as indicated in the screenshots. If problems are experienced after editing further consulting or support costs may be incurred, depending how time consuming the support is.
An add-on to pull in group membership for groups created by the contexture page security plugin (great for security by groups) is now available. This was requested by Nancy to assist with listing orchestra members and the groups that they belong to for music access.
Fields added for use in list:
- groups (name),
- groups expiry dates,
- a group count
- want the group titles, not just the group ids, eg for csv purposes, so a groups and groups id field is added in
- the description appears when you hover over the group name
- Click on the group and filter just users in that group
- Can sort people by who belongs to the most groups – a group count
- The contexture groups allow for membership to expire (but strangely not to start?). The plugin only picks up current memberships (not yet expired) as per the groups listing
- Expiry field will list any expiry dates with a hover to show which group the expiry relates to.