I’ve seen several posts about displaying member specific data, but can’t seem to find a solution that will work for my site. Here’s my setup:
- person requests to become a member
- automatic email is sent with a custom form to collect information about the person. The form is linked to a database called “members” (permission set to “everyone” to allow inputting data)
- if person has the right credentials, admins approve the member request
- when members log into the site, they have access to member-only pages where I want to display the information they provided in step 2, so it can be edited/updated. I can’t seem to do this with the ID field or filter a dynamic page by the “owner” field because the input happens before the member is approved. Can I query the current logged in member’s email address (comparing to the email inputted in the member database) using code? Any other ideas?
Note, I have already tried the tutorial “How to Build Your Own Members Area Using Code”, so looking for other options here.
Please help! Thanks.