UPME System Pages

Introduction

UPME System pages are used for handling main functionality of UPME plugin using shortcodes. These pages are automatically created on installation. System pages are required for handling all the features. You may want to remove some system pages in certain scenarios. However, removing system pages may cause conflicts in some functionality. You can access system pages settings using UPME Settings -> UPME System Pages. Following screenshot previews UPME system pages settings with default pages.

Changing System Pages

You can change system pages anytime by selecting a page from the dropdown list and saving the changes. However, you have to assign the respective shortcode into your own page. The shortcode required for each page is mentioned in UPME System pages section inline with dropdown fields.

Removing system pages can also be done by choosing the Select Page value and saving the changes. However, we dont recommend removing system pages as it can cause unnecessary conflicts in some of the functionality.

Role of System Pages

UPME provides 5 system pages. Each of them contains specific shortcode. In this section, we are going to look at the role of each of these system pages.

UPME Registration Page

Registration page is used to display the registration form and let users create new account on the site. Default UPME page is called Register. You are required to have [[upme_registration]] shortcode on this page. Default page will contain the [[upme_registration]] shortcode without any attributes. You can add other shortcode attributes in to the default page shortcode.

This page can be accessed from the navigation menu or from the link in the login page.Consider the following screenshot for Registration page.

UPME Login Page

Login page is used to display the login form and let users login on the site. Default UPME page is called Login. You are required to have [[upme_login]] shortcode on this page. Default page will contain the [[upme_login]] shortcode without any attributes. You can add other shortcode attributes in to the default page shortcode.

This page can be accessed from the navigation menu or from the link in the registration page.Consider the following screenshot for Login page.

UPME Profile Page

Profile page is used to display the user profile on the site. Default UPME page is called View Profile. You are required to have [[upme]] shortcode on this page. Default page will contain the [[upme]] shortcode without any attributes. You can add other shortcode attributes in to the default page shortcode.

This page can be accessed from the member list or by logging into your account.Consider the following screenshot for Profile page.

UPME Member List Page

Member list page is used to display the member list with search on the site. Default UPME page is called Member List. You are required to have [[upme group=all]] shortcode on this page. Default page will contain the [[upme_search]] [[upme group=all view=compact users_per_page=10]] shortcodes.You can omit the [[upme_search]] shortcode and additional attributes from the default page. Also you can add other shortcode attributes in to the default page shortcode.

This page can be accessed from the navigation menu.Consider the following screenshot for Member List page.

UPME Reset Password Page

Reset Password page is used to display the reset password form on the site. Default UPME page is called Reset Password. You are required to have [[upme_reset_password]] shortcode on this page. Default page will contain the [[upme_reset_password]] shortcode without any attributes. You can add other shortcode attributes in to the default page shortcode.

This page can be accessed from the link sent by email to reset password.Consider the following screenshot for Reset Password page.