Support » Plugin: Events Manager » [Plugin: Events Manager] making #_ATTENDEES a link?

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  • there’s a template for that and maybe you can try to modify that. \templates\placeholders\attendees.php

    Using Template Files

    Is it somehow possible to also display the Attendee name and booking/registration date?! Are there placeholders for this, or could they be created?!

    For example:
    #_ATTENDEES #_ATTENDEES_NAME #_ATTENDEES_REG_DATE

    Thanks
    Bojan

    Plugin Author Marcus

    (@netweblogic)

    NetWebLogic Support

    the idea is you can modify the #_ATTENDEES placeholder template in /templates/placeholders/attendees.php and copy it to yourtheme/plugins/events-manager/placeholders/

    Once I modify it, do I delete the original file that is in the plugin folder? So only one copy resides and it is in my theme folder?

    Is the get_avatar portion of the code part of buddypress or part of this plugin? If it is part of buddypress, is there a way to pass the unique id to the profile page? Maybe I am not thinking about this right. As you can tell I am new to buddypress.

    For anyone else that is wondering how to do this, I got it to work using this code.

    <li><a href="http://yourwebsite.com/members/<?php echo bp_core_get_userlink($EM_Person->ID, 50);?>"><?php echo get_avatar($EM_Person->ID, 50); ?></a></li>

    replace yourwebsite with your domain

    thanks for sharing.

    Thanks for sharing. But this one is linking to the User Full Name.
    For example: http://yourwebsite.com/members/Thomas Meyer

    How to achieve the same to link to the “username”?!
    For example: http://yourwebsite.com/members/thomasm

    Thanks
    Bojan

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