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The Members plugin allows you to display info about individual members based on each member’s id number. The Members plugin can output the values both from fields of exp_members table and from member profile custom fields.

  1) date_format - Optional. Allows you to specify how the output of
  the date variables’ should be formatted. Default value is “F %j%S, %Y”.
  About date formatting see
  2) localize - Optional. Allows you to specify if the date should be localized.
  Possible values are “yes” and “no”. Default is “no”.
  3) change_y - Optional. Allows you to specify what should be outputted
  in case variable’s value is “y” (this value means “yes”).
  4) change_n - Optional. Allows you to specify what should be outputted
  in case variable’s value is “n” (this value means “no”).
  1) {single_member id=“9”}{/single_member} - this variable pair should be used to wrap
  single variables. No single variable outside this variable pair will be parsed by
  exp:members tag!
  Parameter “id” of the {single_member}{/single_member} variable pair is
  required. This parameter allows you to specify id number of the individual
  If you need to output member data of currently logged in user, use
  “logged_in_member_id” as the value of “id” parameter:
  {single_member id=“logged_in_member_id”}{/single_member}
  As a single variable can be used any field name of the table exp_members with “m_”
  added at the beginning. Also as a single variable can be used the name of any member
  profile custom field with “m_” added at the beginning.
  For example since exp_members table has such fields as “email” and “group_id” we can
  use such single variables as {m_email} and {m_group_id}.
  The only exception is this: the value of “password” field of the table exp_members
  will not be outputted by {m_password} variable; empty string will be outputted instead.
  Conditionals are supported for all single variables.
  Say, you need to output the values of the fields “username”, “last_visit”, “notify_by_default”
  from the table exp_members and the values of member profile custom fields
  “contacts” and “preferred_language” for the members having member id 7 and 11.
  To achieve this you can use the code as this:

 {exp:members date_format="%D, %F %d, %Y - %g:%i:%s" localize="yes" change_y="yes" change_n="no"}
  {single_member id="7"}
  Username: {m_username}<br>
  Last visit: {m_last_visit}<br>
  Notify: {m_notify_by_default}<br>
  Contacts: {m_contacts}<br>
  Preferred language: {m_prefered_language}<br>
  {single_member id="11"}
  Username: {m_username}<br>
  Last visit: {m_last_visit}<br>
  Notify: {m_notify_by_default}<br>
  Contacts: {m_contacts}<br>
  Preferred language: {m_prefered_language}<br>

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This entry was created June 12, 2009, 2:02 pm.
This entry was last updated August 28, 2012, 12:08 pm.

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