This plugin contains a WildApricot-powered member directory block (
wa-contacts) which displays many member profiles with search options and a member profile block (
wa-profile), which displays a single member profile each with customizable fields.
To install this add-on, you must install NewPath Wild Apricot Press first. Visit the NewPath WildApricot Press website, to obtain a license key. This is a free add-on so you can use the same license key as NewPath WildApricot Press. Once you actviate this plugin, add a license key under WildApricot Press > Licensing.
- Configure all membership directory options in the block editor
- Support for common, membership and system fields
- Custom CSS can be applied or inherited from the theme
- All block functions are WildApricot API-powered
Check out the FAQ section and screenshots for more details.
Please visit the NewPath WildApricot Press website to obtain your license key or to inquire further about the plugin!
Este plugin proporciona 2 bloques.
- WAP Member Directory Add a Wild Apricot Member Directory to your website!
- WAP Member Profile Display a profile for Wild Apricot contacts and members on your website!
The NewPath WildApricot Press plugin license is available on the NewPath WildApricot Press website. Your license includes 2 free add-ons, the member directory and iframe widget blocks. Future commercials WAP add-ons that generate revenue for your organization will have a separate license fee.
To activate the plugin, enter your license key in WildApricot Press > Licensing. Once you enter your license key and click “Save”, you’re good to go!
How do I add a membership directory?
The NewPath WildApricotPress Add-on – Member Directory block is accessed in the block editor, like any other block. You can also use a slash (/) command when you’re in a block, in the URL field. Type / when in a block and type ‘wap’ or ‘wild apricot’ and the relevant blocks will appear.
How do I configure a membership directory?
To configure a member directory, you can select system fields, common fields and membership fields, from your Wild Apricot database. These will be included in the member directory.
Click the Block options and select the fields to include, under System Fields, Common Fields and Member Fields. Click the down arrow to show the available fields that can be selected for the membership directory block.
Screenshot – Member directory membership fields
The Filters drop-down will enable you to use a previously created “Saved Search” from Wild Apricot. The saved search will filter and create a member directory that will always reflect the latest membership data based on your search criteria. When the “Saved Search” results changes, so does the member directory block that uses this search.
Screenshot – Selecting a WildApricot Saved Search
IMPORTANT: If you want to maintain member privacy, do not publicize the criteria of a saved search. As in Wild Apricot, members will appear in a saved searchs, regardless of the field used for the filter. An example of how publicizing the saved search criterial could expose sensitive member information: if there is a field “Number of Guns Owned”, and a filter for “Guns > 0” was used for a member directory, and the saved search was publicized, that would expose the members who pass this criteria even if the Number of Guns Owned field was not in the member directory layout.
You can also enable a quick search of the member directory to visitors. All the fields in the member directory will be searched. Any fields not included in the direcory will not be searchable.
Enabling a user profile link will show a link from each profile to a more detailed detailed, individual profile of a member. This option uses the
wa-profileshortcode. Use the “User Profile” fields section to select which fields you would like to show in the single member profile.
Screenshot – Selecting User profile fields
The page size option can be used to restrict how many members are shown on one page of a member directory block. Once enabled a set of page indictators will appear under the member directory to allow a visitor to page through the membership directory.
[Screenshot – Selecting number of results per page]https://wordpress.org/plugins/newpath-wildapricotpress-add-on-member-directory/#screenshots)
Hide Restricted Fields
This toggle will hide any privacy-restriced fields from showing in the member directory (ie member information can only be viewed by members). This is controlled by contact and global privacy settings in Wild Apricot. For security, fields that are set to “admin only” cannot be viewed in the member directory block.
What shortcodes are supported?
Member Directory Shortcode
wa-contactsshortcode is built dynamically, based on the options selected under the block.
The below syntax is built automatically by the block, but it can be included manually, into any block or content area in WordPress.
[wa-contacts <database fields to include> page-size=<number of records to show> search saved-search=<saved search ID> profile hide_restricted_fields] [/wa-contacts]
hide_restricted_fieldscan be used to turn on respective block options.
Member Profile Shortcode
The WAP Member Profile block builds the
wa-profileshortcode based on the Block options.
The options allow the selection of any system, common or membership fields to show in the single profile. A unique Wild Apricot User ID must be filled out to identify which contact or member is displayed in this block.
Screenshot – Members Profile Block Options
The shortcode syntax is built into the block based on options chosen in Block, but it can be included manually into any block or content area in WordPress.
[wa-profile <database fields> user-id=<Wild Apricot UserID> hide_restricted_fields]
hide_restricted_fieldscan be used to turn on this option.
How do I customize the CSS of the Member Directory?
Each element in the member directory and member profile has a unique CSS class inserted which can be customized in the CSS style sheet.
Member Directory IDs and Classes
The member directory will be in a class called
All hidden fields will be in a class called
The following IDs contain the various block options:
<div id="enable_search" data-search-enabled="false"></div> <div id="page_size" data-page-size="1"></div> <div id="saved_search" data-saved-search="0"></div> <div id="profile_link" data-profile-link="true"></div> <div id="hide_restricted_fields" data-hide-restricted-fields="false"></div>
All contacts will be paginated in the class
wa-contacts. The pagination will be contained in a class called
wa-pagination. Each page of the pagination is in a class called
wa-pagination-page. Each contact or member is in a class called
wa-contact. Each field value will use the class of the field name as well as a custom attribute called
wa-data-labelwith the name of the field as the value.
Here is an example of a
wa-contactelement which contains one member and the View profile link.
<div class="wa-contact"> <div class="donor" data-wa-label="Donor"> <div class="my-first-name" data-wa-label="My First name">Carol</div> <div class="email" data-wa-label="Email">email@example.com</div> <div class="wa-profile-link" id="profile-link" data-user-id="49286448">View profile</div> </div>
Member Profile IDs and Classes
The member profile will be rendered using a class called
Each field will have an ID using the same name of the field. For example here is a profile with just the
Cityfield, and the value
<div id="city" class="field"> <span class="field-name">City</span> <span class="city field-value" data-wa-label="City">Toronto</span> </div>
The row contains the ID city and a class field. Each element of the row has the
field-nameclass and the value has a class
fieldname field-value. A custom attribute
data-wa-labelis included for convenience.
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