The WordPress user meta query is a great tool for user search and segmentation. It allows us to go beyond the simple searches by username or email. With this coding tool, we’re able to retrieve users by using the WordPress meta query for any custom fields they have. Additionally, it’s possible to combine different search criteria and gather the exact information we need.
In this article we are going to discuss the WordPress hooks that are triggered during the user login process. WordPress calls many different actions and filters throughout its sign in process. If you need to customize the default WordPress login functionality, you will need to understand which hooks are called and at which point of the code execution they are called. That’s why we have created a detailed graphic that will help you understand the sequence of these hooks and how everything comes together.
There are many different WordPress hooks that are called during the user creation and registration process and it’s very important to understand how everything works together in order to choose the most appropriate hooks for your task. In this article we are going to deep dive into WordPress user registration hooks. We are going to show you some visual representations to help you understand which actions and filters are called during user registration, as well as the sequence in which they are called.
Creating user profiles in BuddyPress is easy. But when it comes to BuddyPress and custom profile fields our choices may be limited. Therefore, today we’ll look into different ways to load custom profile fields on your BuddyPress profiles. Additionally, our goal is to understand how to edit and customize your fields display.
Today we’re going to learn how to create and use custom roles for your WordPress users. Working with custom WordPress user roles allows you to define specific user-access. In addition, this approach allows you to differentiate users, by creating user levels. Our goal is to look into how you can create, assign and bulk assign user roles, as well as how to use this information in your site.
Storage and retrieval of user data are one of the most important features of any blogging website. Over the course of years, WordPress has developed its own way of managing the data of its vast number of users. In this article, we are going to show you how WordPress stores this data in its database.
WP CLI is a powerful command line tool that allows you to manage all things WordPress. There is a variety of different WP CLI commands that are available, such as installing WordPress core and plugin updates, moderating comments, reading and updating site options, and many more. Using WP CLI can be often much faster than using the standard WordPress dashboard. Moreover, some of the WP CLI features are not available out of the box from the WordPress admin.
In this article we are going to show you different methods to change WooCommerce customer roles programatically. You’ll also understand when this feature is useful for your site, and what you can do with custom user roles.
Registered users are very important to any store. Once a user creates an account you get to know them a lot better, and their future purchases are made easier. But the registration process itself can be improved besides the default registration page, by adding custom fields or even a whole new registration form. Today we are going to see how you can create WooCommerce custom registration forms and add custom user fields to it.
In this article we are going to show you how you can use the ACF Pro plugin to create custom user registration forms. We are also going to see how you can use the Users Insights plugin to map and read the ACF user fields. This will allow you to better understand your users, and it will give you a solid basis for the decision-making process.