Support » Plugin: WP-Members Membership Plugin » Profile Update

    1. I’m redesigning a portion of my client’s site. In the current site, when you click on edit profile, it takes you to an actual page.

      Now they want it so that the information displays on the left hand side and if you click on edit, that information section gets hidden and the profile update form takes over.

      I was able to do a jquery on click, hide this and show that which works great.

      However, my issues is that when I click on update, the only thing that gets updated right away when the member info div is displaying again is the profile image. If I changed out the phone or name, I’d have to literally refresh the page to do that. How can I fix that? I’m using href=”javascript:void(0)” for that edit button btw.

    2. When I’m done and I hit update, usually the message “your profile has been updated” would display. But it doesn’t display until the info section is back in view and I click on edit again. Any idea?

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-members/

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  • Plugin Author Chad Butler

    (@cbutlerjr)

    When the plugin’s default profile update form is submitted, the info is updated and the message displayed. This of course assumes a page load.

    When you do it with js, you don’t have that page load so you would need to not only handle the update process but also the success message as part of that.

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