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Displaying Public Favorites List on the User Profile Page

Displaying Public Favorites List on the User Profile Page

Display the publicly visible favorites list that was created via Data Store on the Profile Builder's user profile page.

Before you start, check the tutorial requirements:

  • Elementor (Free version) or Block editor (Gutenberg)

  • JetEngine plugin installed and activated

  • Data Store module enabled

    with User Meta store type and Favorite page created. Learn more about how to do it in this tutorial. this tutorial.

  • Profile Builder module enabled

    with the User Profile Page created.

  • Free Public User Meta Stores add-on installed and activated

    you can download an add-on from the DevTools page.

Create Posts Query

Go to the JetEngine > Query Builder tab on the WordPress Dashboard and hit the “Add New” button.

Select the appropriate Query Type according to the type of items that users can add to the favorites list. For example, I selected the “Posts Query” option.

query general settings

Navigate to the Post & Page tab, push the macros trigger near the Post In field, and pick the “Public User Meta Stores: Get Store” macro. Select Meta Store and choose the “Queried user” Context.

Press the “Apply” and “Add/Update Query” buttons.

public user meta stores macro

Add the Listing Grid to the User Profile Page

Open the page set as the Single User Page in JetEngine Profile Builder in the Elementor or Gutenberg editor.

jetengine profile builder

Drag-n-drop the Listing Grid widget or block here, and select the Listing of the favorites items displayed on the user profile page.

jetengine listing grid

Proceed to the Custom Query tab, enable the toggle and select the recently created query.

Warning

Be aware that you cannot use several query types in one Listing Grid. For example, if you use the Custom Query, you can not set query settings in the Posts Query tab. If you already apply some, you’d better set the needed settings while custom query creation in the Query Builder module.

jetengine custom query in listing grid

When you finish, hit the “Update” button.

Navigate to the front end and check the profile pages of different users to ensure that the query works appropriately.

user with favorite posts

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