WordPress Users Plugin

Update: support for this plugin has ended is moving to GitHub. Please download the plugin, create issues or submit pull requests there.

Display your WordPress users and their profiles in an index on your site.

Features

  • Works with any page on your site.
  • Supports Gravatars for profile images.
  • Also, supports the “User Photo” plugin for profile images.
  • Display users according to roles.
  • Add “noindex” to the index pages to prevent search engines from indexing them.
  • Plenty of hooks to style your directory yourself with CSS.
  • Displays any registered user on your site.
  • Works with or without permalinks.
  • Displays the date the user joined.
  • User links are nofollowed.
  • Shows recent posts and comments on the profile page.

Installation

  1. Download and unzip `wordpress-users.zip.`
  2. Upload the `wordpress-users` directory to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory.
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  4. Create a page through the add new page menu or select and existing page on which to display the user directory and remember the page ID.
  5. Under ‘Settings,’ click ‘WordPress Users’ and enter the page ID where you want the user directory displayed.
  6. Modify any of the other settings you want, and click ‘Update Options.’
  7. Go to the page you selected. You should now have a user directory displaying.
  8. In your theme, modify your CSS file to change the look and feel of your directory.
  9. That’s it!

Upgrading to WordPress Users 1.1

  • If you are upgrading from a previous version, please check your settings as they have changed.
  • Avatar and user description display are now optional, so you must enable them for them to show up.
  • Also, user description character limit can now be changed, so check that setting as well.

Download

Download the WordPress Users plugin here.

Support

Comments are closed, but please use the GitHub issues page for any support requests or discussion.

Changelog

  • 1.4: Fixed security issue with potential SQL Injection flaw. Additional bug fixes.
  • 1.3: Updated pagination. Moved page content from the bottom to the top of the page.
  • 1.2: Bug fix for WordPress 3.0 compatibility.
  • 1.1: Avatar display and biographical info display are now optional. User description character limit can now be modified. Fixed a bug where draft posts displayed on the profile page.
  • 1.0: Added support for displaying users according to roles. Fixed conflict with Get Recent Comments plugin.
  • 0.9: Added support for User Photo plugin profile photos.
  • 0.2: Code improvements.
  • 0.1