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  • missveronica

    (@missveronicatv)

    @grezes71

    to re-add that code with every time the theme updates.

    You can create a child-theme to avoid removal when updating the Theme.
    Make the child-theme your active Theme where you add the code snippets.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/child-theme-configurator/

    Plugin Support yuriinalivaiko

    (@yuriinalivaiko)

    Hello @grezes71

    We recommend creating a child theme for customization. Don’t add custom code to the functions.php file of the parent theme if you are planning to update it. You also can use the Code Snippets plugin to add custom code.

    All fields are displayed in profile editing mode. Almost no one needs to display empty fields in the view mode. An article that explains how to do this has few views.

    Regards

    Thread Starter grezes71

    (@grezes71)

    Thank you for those two options. I will take a look at them. I know that all the fields are there if someone goes to the edit mode but, they wouldn’t know that the fields are available until they go to edit. If they see that their are fields available that have no data, that will spark to user to add the missing data. At least, that is the use case I am trying to solve. I have seen similar statements from others asking for the same functionality.

    Plugin Support yuriinalivaiko

    (@yuriinalivaiko)

    I understand what you want to say. But displaying empty fields in the profile view mode is not pretty good. There are better solutions. For example you can ask members to complete their profiles in the Welcome email. Or you can redirect members to their profiles in the editing mode after registration or after login. Or use a special extension.

    Regards

    Thread Starter grezes71

    (@grezes71)

    Alright. The Code Snippets works pretty well with the fall back values FAQ.

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