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  • I put this within the elseif($_POST['follow'] === 'Connect'){ section

  • Just added this and am now waiting for my email to come through.. Fingers crossed:

    $to = $profile_user->user_email;
    			$subject = 'Design4Health User Connection';
    			$body = 'Hi '.$profile_user->nice_name.',<br/><br>you have just been connected by '.$current_user->nice_name.' on Design4Health.<br/><br>Please log in to see your connections.<br/><br>If you would like this connection to be removed. Please contact [email protected] for further assistance.<br/><br>Kind Regards<br/><br>Design4Health' ;
    			$headers = array('Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8','From: My Site Name <[email protected]>');
    			wp_mail( $to, $subject, $body, $headers );
  • The bits inside the loop are not problematic. As they work elsewhere. It associates to a Memberpress form that has certain selections associated with logos (clients request). The issue is definitely within the foreach loop/meta query. But I can’t seem to find the solution.

  • Thanks John. I’ll take a look. I wasn’t sure if there was a way of doing a loop (as mentioned above), that would loop through ALL users and highlight those who have added you to their field.

    That would then alert users to the fact that User A added you to their list.

  • Currently using this code, which displays nothing.

    The user is returning User Objects. So not sure if this is just missing something to make it work right.

    <div class="connectedtoyou usersloop teamloop" style="margin-top:40px!important;margin-bottom:40px!important;display:none!important;">
    <div class="users">
    <h3 class="center centered">Users connected to you</h3>
    $current_user = wp_get_current_user();
    $connect_user = 'user_'.$current_user->ID;
    $connect_field = get_field('user_follows');
    $args = array(
        'meta_key'     => $connect_field,
        'meta_value'   => $connect_user,
    $user_query = new WP_User_Query( $args );
    if ( ! empty( $user_query ) ) { ?>
    <div class="row isotope">
        <?php foreach( $user_query as $user ): ?>
    	<div class="col fade-up item">
    			<div class="item-container"><a href="<?php echo get_author_posts_url( $user->id ); ?>" style="text-decoration:none!important;">
    				<?php if ('health' == get_user_meta($user->ID, 'mepr_select_ident', true)) { ?><img src="<?php echo get_home_url(); ?>/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/D4HGN_Logo_2.png" alt="Health">
    				<?php } elseif ('design' == get_user_meta($user->ID, 'mepr_select_ident', true)) { ?><img src="<?php echo get_home_url(); ?>/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/D4HGN_Logo_1.png" alt="Design">
    				<?php } elseif ('research' == get_user_meta($user->ID, 'mepr_select_ident', true)) { ?><img src="<?php echo get_home_url(); ?>/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/D4HGN_Logo_3.png" alt="Research">
    				<?php } elseif ('global' == get_user_meta($user->ID, 'mepr_select_ident', true)) { ?><img src="<?php echo get_home_url(); ?>/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/D4HGN_Logo_4.png" alt="Global">
    				<?php } elseif ('network' == get_user_meta($user->ID, 'mepr_select_ident', true)) { ?><img src="<?php echo get_home_url(); ?>/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/D4HGN_Logo_5.png" alt="Network">
    				<?php } else { ?>
    				<?php } ?>
    				<h4 class="darkgrey"><?php echo esc_html( $user->first_name ); ?> <?php echo esc_html( $user->last_name ); ?></h4>
        <?php endforeach; ?>
    <?php } else { ?>
    <p>No users are connected to you. <a href="">Click here to see who's on the network</a>.</p>
    <?php }  wp_reset_postdata(); ?>
  • Users to users.

    Essentially they are connecting to each other, and they want a way to have it so if User A is logged in and User B has added them as a connection that they know this by either an alert on their account page or as a list of people connected to them.

    Thats the ideal situation.

  • That was it!! Thanks for that John.. I just utterly missed it!

  • Currently it displays both of the items at once, because it can’t show the “active” class only because they’re both displaying the active class.. Any help would be great!

  • Sorry, totally my fault.

    I have uploaded a .zip file now 🙂

  • Blast… I will have to get in touch with the theme/plugin dev to work out the hook.

    Thanks for your help.

  • Hi John,

    Thats not a problem. The code is the closest i’ve managed to get.. any idea why it wouldn’t save on import?

  • This is the code i’ve been working with:

    function update_price_cf( $value, $post_id, $field ) {
       $emptyprice = get_post_meta( $post_id, 'test', true );
       $importprice = get_post_meta( $post_id, '24-month-payment', true );
       if ($emptyprice == '') {
          $value = $importprice;
       return $value;
    add_filter('acf/update_value/name=test', 'update_price_cf', 10, 3);

    It sort of works.. its doesn’t work when I import in the data. Though it did work when I did an update of the post.

  • Just thought that I would check to see if that helped at all? There was another file called parsecsv.lib.php which has more information on the CSV import.

    Plus a couple of other files.

  • Found the associated file for the importer. I have attached it to this post 🙂 don’t know if this helps?

  • It’s part of the theme itself. I’ll have to find it tomorrow when I get back to my desktop.

    The theme is a car listings theme.

    I will find out the plugin tomorrow morning and put info on here about the import function (if I can find it) or just the Zip of the actual plugin itself, if that helps?

  • It’s using a listings plugin, which has its own import function.

    If it helps I can create a username/password so that you can see the import.

    Annoyingly it’s not using the standard xml import. It’s importing from a CSV.


  • Hi John,
    Thanks for replying, essentially yes.

    The import is happening and populating a non ACF field. And I want to take what is put into the field on import from that field and copy it to an ACF field.

    Does that make sense?


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