Configuration > Profiles [PRO]

This section deals with the appearance settings and some rules of the user profile page. Here's how it works: After activating the plugin, a page titled "User Profile" is added in which the [wp_ulike_pro_completeness_profile] shortcode is placed. You can edit the URL of this page at any time and then return to this panel and update it in the "Select Profile Page" option. This way you can create your custom path for user profiles. e.g.

example.com/user-profiles/john
example.com/account/nick
example.com/user/emily

We have tried to design the options in such a way that you have the most flexibility and you can customize the profiles to your liking.

  1. Enable User Profile: Enable front-end user profile display.
  2. Select Profile Page: Select a profile page which including [wp_ulike_pro_completeness_profile] shortcode. (This option is very important and you must select the appropriate page.)
  3. Redirect author page to their profile: Redirect author archive page to their own user account.
  4. User Profile Access: Show public or restrict profiles to logged-in users. If "Logged In User" is selected, the following options are displayed:

    • Custom Redirect URL: Enter your custom URL to redirect the user if not logged in. (e.g. select your login page url)
    • Show only for profile owner: Restrict access to profiles only for the account holder. (In case of discrepancies, users will be redirected to their own profile.)
    • Exclusive Roles: Specify all user roles that can access the profile except the account holder.
  5. Profile Appearance: This option consists of 4 parts:

    • User Info: Profile top section configs including user info details.

      1. Show user avatar
      2. Avatar image size
      3. Show user info section
      4. Show display name
      5. Show user description
      6. Show a custom message if user bio is empty
      7. Custom HTML
    • Badges: Displays user-specific information such as the number of likes, last activity, last status, and more.

      1. Show badges section
      2. Add Profile Badges (Add unlimited Badges with custom title, subtitle, and icon with supporting shortcodes. You can also use custom HTML)
    • Tabs: Create unlimited profile custom tabs with shortcodes or HTML codes, and control the created tabs title, icon, order, visibility.

      1. Show tabs section
      2. Select Tabs Side (Between Left, Right, and Top options)
      3. Add Profile Tabs (Add unlimited Tabs with custom title, content, create external link and restrict access to profile owner options)
    • Appearance: You can simply resize the columns according to your design and create your own custom style with responsive options.

      1. Header column width
      2. Tabs column width
      3. Header info width
      4. Header badges width
      5. Avatar column width
      6. User info column width
      7. Badge item width
  6. Enable Upload Local Avatar: Adds an avatar upload field to user profiles in front-end and dashboard. Generates requested sizes on demand just like Gravatar.

    • Use Gravatars: When you fill a registration form your Gravatar is displayed by default. You can disable your default Gravatar and upload your desired default avatar. When you disable Gravatar service, you are provided with the “Use Gravatars?” option to represent your default avatar as your profile picture until you upload a local avatar.
    • Default Avatar: If you disable "Use Gravatars" option you can see this field to upload a default custom avatar for users.
    • Avatar Maximum File Size: Sets a maximum size for the uploaded photo.
    • Avatar Maximum Width: Any image upload above this width will be resized to this limit automatically.
    • Image Quality: Quality is used to determine quality of image uploads, and ranges from 0 (worst quality, smaller file) to 100 (best quality, biggest file). The default range is 60.
  7. Enable Dashboard Limit Access: By enabling this, you will help us learn about the way you are using Elementor and help us improve

    • Hide Admin Bar: If you'd like to remove the admin bar, enable this option.
    • Dashboard User Access: Dashboard access can be restricted to users of certain roles only.
    • Custom Redirect URL: Enter your custom URL to redirect the user if has not had access to the dashboard. (e.g. select front-end profile page)

Profile Appearance View

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