Dynamic User Directory FAQ


Dynamic User Directory FAQ


What are the features of Dynamic User Directory?

Dynamic User Directory is a flexible, feature-rich plugin that displays user meta profile information in a formatted directory that is both alphebetized and searchable. For a complete list of features, please visit the Dynamic User Directory plugin page at wordpress.org.

Does this plugin let me create custom fields on the user profile?

Dynamic User Directory strictly displays pre-existing user profile information in a searchable directory format. To create custom fields on the user registration/profile page, you’ll need a plugin such as WPForms, Meta Box, or Cimy User Extra Fields. Once your custom fields have been added to the user registration/profile page, simply enter the corresponding User Meta Key names on the DUD settings page to show them in the directory.

Which membership plugins are compatible with Dynamic User Directory?

Many membership and custom field plugins use the standard wp_usermeta table to store their user profile meta data. Dynamic User Directory is fully compatible with these. Some, however, store fields in their own unique database tables. Of these, DUD is currently compatible with BuddyPress Extended Profile Fields, S2Member Custom Profile Fields, and Cimy User Extra Fields.

Is Dynamic User Directory compatible with my chosen theme?

The Dynamic User Directory plugin plays well with most themes. However, on occasion there may be CSS conflicts with a particular theme that skew the appearance. Currently the only known theme with this problem is the Basic theme. If you are using Basic or any other theme that skews the appearance, contact me and I will work with you to resolve the issue.

Will this plugin support non-English languages?

Not yet, but there are plans to do so in the near future!