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Layout Issues

Sometimes, the User’s profile and the User’s account might look estrange or “ugly”. Most of the case this is due a theme or css issue:

1) Make sure that either your theme or one of your plugins are not overriding the Plugin Styles.
2) Make sure you’re not wrapping the UU shortcodes with “pre” tags.

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Creating a Custom Template for the Users Profile

You can create a custom template of the user’s profile page easily. You just need to make a copy of the profile_fancy.php file and place it in your theme folder.

1) Finding the profile file.

The user’s profile file is located in templates/basic folder.

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Make a copy and tweak it. Do not tweak the original file.

2) Create a folder called uupro in your theme folder.

Once the folder has been created upload your profile file in the uupro folder.

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Photo Grid

[usersultra_images_grid]

This Shortcode helps you to display the photo galleries.

Options:

OPTIONS DEFAULT ALTERNATIVES
searcher_type NULL advanced
photo_open_type NULL lightbox, single_page
box_border NULL rounded
box_shadow none shadow
display_photo_rating yes no, yes
display_photo_tags yes no, yes
display_photo_excerpt yes no, yes
display_photo_categories yes no, yes
display_photo_name yes no, yes
photos_per_page 8 any integer value
display_total_found yes yes or no
display_search_box yes yes or no

Example:

			
[usersultra_images_grid box_border='rounded' box_shadow='shadow' searcher_type='advanced' photo_open_type='lightbox']

Example 2. More Photos per page:

			
[usersultra_images_grid box_border='rounded' box_shadow='shadow'  photos_per_page='20' searcher_type='advanced' photo_open_type='lightbox']

How To Display Custom Fields in Widgets

Displaying custom fields in widgets is very easy and it can be done by using the Custom Profile Fields shortcode.

The following shortcode can be used to display custom fields in your custom page templates.

[usersultra_user_custom_meta_info fields_list='first_name:First Name,last_name: Last Name' within_widget='yes']

Using the Custom Profile Fields shortcode in Widgets:

1 – Click on Appearance & Customization – Widgets & Modules.

step1

By default the new widget is added in the Unavailable Widgets section and you have to drag&drop it in the Available Widgets Area.

step2

Once you have dragged and dropped the widget you have to click on the “Apply layout” button. This is important, otherwise the front end users profile won’t display the new widget.

step3

Click on one of your user’s profile and you will see the following widget:

step4

Pricing Tables

[respo_pricing]

This Shortcode displays a pricing table.

Options:

OPTIONS DEFAULT ALTERNATIVES
color black green,black,red,blue
plan_id NULL Any plan ID you have created on the membership section.
pricing_decimals 2 0,1,2,3 etc etc
period_label on on or off
button_url Any custom URL
button_text Sign Up any text you wish to display
button_color green green,black,red,blue
class NULL any custom class you would like to add to your table

Example:

Copy&Paste Shortcode

The above code will help you to reproduce the pricing tables displayed in this page.

[one_fourth_first][respo_pricing plan_id="1" per="per month" button_text="Sign Up" button_color="blue" color="blue" button_target="self" button_rel="nofollow"]
<ul>
	<li>text</li>
	<li>text</li>
	<li>text</li>
	<li>text</li>
</ul>
[/respo_pricing][/one_fourth_first][one_fourth][respo_pricing plan_id="8" per="per month" button_text="Sign Up" button_color="blak" button_target="self" button_rel="nofollow" ]
<ul>
	<li>15GB Bandwidth</li>
	<li>350 MB Storage</li>
	<li>5 Domains</li>
	<li>4</li>
</ul>
[/respo_pricing][/one_fourth][one_fourth][respo_pricing plan_id="2" per="per month" button_text="Sign Up" button_color="green" color="green" button_target="self" button_rel="nofollow" ]
<ul>
	<li>25GB Bandwidth</li>
	<li>450 MB Storage</li>
	<li>7 Domains</li>
	<li>4</li>
</ul>
[/respo_pricing][/one_fourth][one_fourth_last][respo_pricing plan_id="10" per="per month" button_text="Sign Up" button_color="yellow" color="yellow" button_target="self"button_rel="nofollow" ]
<ul>
	<li>35GB Bandwidth</li>
	<li>550 MB Storage</li>
	<li>9 Domains</li>
	<li>4</li>
</ul>
[/respo_pricing][/one_fourth_last]

The 1-2-3 Getting Started Guide

Users Ultra needs some basic pages to work properly. The following article will show you how to create the common pages of a community website.

Creating Basic Pages Automatically:

Users Ultra Pro allows you to create the basic pages with just one click. Please check the following screenshot.
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Another way to create the main pages to start using Users Ultra Pro would be manually. The following is a guide of how to create each one of the main pages you will need to make UU work properly.

Creating The Login Page:

This page will display the login form, this form will be used by the members to log in their accounts. You can use this form instead the default login form that comes with WordPress.

Click on Pages – Add New. Click on the UU Shortcodes Button.

1

Save the page.

A login form like this one will be displayed in the login page.

2

Note: If you wish to use the Social Media Options you will have to activate them.

Creating The Registration Page:

This shortcode will display the registration form in your blog.

3

Once you have saved the page you will see the following registration from.

4

Creating The User’s Account Page:

This page will display the user’s dashboard to all logged in users.

In order to display the my account page you have to add the following shortcode in your custom page: [usersultra_my_account]

5

The users will see the following dashboard:

6

Creating The User’s Profile Page:

Click on Pages  – Add New, then add the following shortcode and save it.

[usersultra_profile profile_fields_to_display='all' gallery_type = 'lightbox' display_country_flag= 'only' optional_fields_to_display='country,social,badges,like,rating']

The following profile will be displayed when clicking on a user’s profile:

7

Creating The Users Directory Page:

Click on Pages  – Add New, then add the following shortcode and save it.

[usersultra_directory list_per_page=4 optional_fields_to_display='friend,country,description,rating' pic_boder_type='rounded' template='directory_minified' list_order='ASC' sorty_by='ID']

8

You will see the following users directory:

9

Sync Your Users With Users Ultra Pro:

If you’ve already users in your WordPress you will need to sync them with Users Ultra Pro. Please check the following screenshot to learn how to sync your users.

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How To Troubleshoot Plugin and Theme Conflicts

Theme conflict:
If you are having an issue with Users Ultra Pro and your website the first thing to do is to switch your theme to the default WordPress theme. If the issue/error goes away then you know that there is a conflict between your theme and Users Ultra Pro.

Plugin conflict:
If the error still persists after switching to default WP theme then the issue may be because of a conflict between Users Ultra Pro and another plugin(s). To check for a plugin conflict you need to deactivate all other plugins apart from Users Ultra Pro and see if the issue/error still exists. If the issue goes away then you know there is a plugin conflict. What you need to do then is activate each plugin one by one until you find the plugin causing the issue/error.