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I didn’t realize this was done on purpose, but I understand why.
I thought that since I was getting part of the info but not all, I had missed something in the settings.
I purged the cache for the page within the Admin area, then re-opened the page and did a force refresh within the browser.
That brought the table formatting back, but the page still displays _%user_name%_ at the beginning of each section.
The short code for ‘user name’ is not even included as one of the fields on the profile page. That, and the format of the text string, leads me to believe it’s something in the plugin code.
The site is not published yet, so not visible unless you login to the Admin area and choose view site.
If you send me an email, I will reply with a temporary admin login if you want to take a look.
I did not make any customization of the plugin or addon or CSS.
The plugin stopped saving profile edits, so I re-installed the plugin (deactivate, delete, upload zip file, activate).
I used shortcode to organize the layout on the member detail page, but used the same data elements generated by the plugin. [emember_extended_profile_details fields=”….”]
The screenshot in the link provided is similar to what I had before re-installing.
I did not change the profile page (member details), but it does not look like that now. There is no semblance of the table layout.
Just below my photo, in a plain text list, it looks like this:
First Name Mark
Last Name Beasley
Followed by the rest of the custom fields I created in the eMember Form Builder addon.
Does the Form Builder need to be re-installed also? If I re-install, can you confirm I won’t lose the form I already built?
Any other suggestions?
Website has not been published yet. Client is waiting for me to try to resolve this issue.
Is there no way to modify this? Being able to use WordPress built-in WYSIWIG editor would be a great addition.March 23, 2017 at 12:11 pm in reply to: eMember Form Builder – custom form scrolls automatically #75335
It appears one of the JS files needed tweaking.
Thanks to the support team here for jumping on the issue and fixing it!March 20, 2017 at 1:10 pm in reply to: eMember Form Builder – custom form scrolls automatically #75333
The custom form I have now that is having this issue, membership level is set simply as “Generic”.
Created a new form, Test Form, for Generic membership level.
When I click on the “Create Form” button, the page refreshes with the default entry in the “Name the form” field – “Enter form name here”.
The new Test Form is not created, and does not show up in the Form List.
When I choose a membership level I had already created, “Basic”, the form is created.
Edited the Test Form, adding enough fields so that I would have to scroll to get to the bottom of the list of fields. Works fine until I save it. Then go back to the Form List, select it for editing, and get the same weird behavior. It starts to scroll normally, then at some point goes all the way to the end. Start to move up the form, scrolls all the way to the top.
I created another form, Test Form 2, to add just a few custom fields, even though not having enough fields to need to scroll kind of defeats the purpose of testing scrolling. Form Builder would not create a new form using either “Generic” or the “Basic” level I had just used to create the first Test Form.
I tried again, using a different membership level I had created and decided not to use. The Test Form 2 was created this time.
Added just one custom field, scrolling worked fine. Went to the top, and started expanding the field properties one by one, to lengthen the page (require a longer scroll). After I expanded the top 3 default fields, extending the page by just that much, scrolling started zooming all the way to the bottom again.
I can kind of understand that you would only want one form associated with a particular membership level, and not be able to create two using the same level. So that’s not really a problem.
The scrolling issue is a problem, as my main custom form is rather lengthy, and not being able to edit anywhere in the middle of it is frustrating.
It seems if the edit page view gets to a certain length, the scrolling bug takes over.February 20, 2017 at 2:43 pm in reply to: eMember – profile image upload in Edit Member area fails #75222
Theme test – I’m using the default Twenty Fourteen theme. I did install the Fourteen Colors plug-in, but have checked it using the Plug-in test, as below.
I had no problem uploading my own profile picture.
Then I did a bulk upload using the eMember Member Bulk Import plugin.
Sometime later, I installed a few additional plugins. I have gone through all of them that may not have already been installed when I uploaded my own photo, even the eMember add-ons, and deactivated them one at a time and tried to upload a photo again. None made any difference.
I go to Manage Members, and select one to edit. Click on “Upload a file” for Profile Image. An explorer window opens up to allow me to select a jpg file. Click on open. Instead of the photo showing, it’s still the grayed out icon with the “Upload a file” button. Just below that, I see text like: nopix.jpg 3.3kB Failed
On the Pages/Forms Settings page for eMember, “Enable Profile Thumbnail Image” is checked.
On the General Settings page, “Use Profile Image in WordPress Comment Avatar” is checked, but my profile image in eMember does not show up in my WordPress user profile.
“Use Gravatar Image in Profile” is not checked.