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WP Symposium Pro 16.11 Release Notes

In Brief…

Users can now translate flip/rotate/etc for avatar uploads and default values for town/city and country, and fixes include profile page links for users who include a space in their user login.

In the extensions plugin, among other new features, you can set a “clear this” option for profile extension lists and users can delete their own entries.

Remember, if you use a CDN (like CloudFlare), caching, etc – purge/clear everything after updating.

Private Messages – Important Update

It is highly recommended that you update your Private Messages page (if you’re using it) to the following:

<div id="wps_mail_search_div">[wps-mail-search]</div>
<div id="wps_mail_content_div">[wps-mail-post]
<div style="clear:both">



Can now translate flip/rotate/etc for avatar upload (Shortcodes->Avatar->[wps-avatar-change]).

Edit Profile

Set default/mandatory for town/city and country (Shortcodes->Profile->[wps-usermeta-change]).


Profile page shows correctly for users who have space in the user login.


Profile Extensions

Prefix an option in a list with * to set it as the “clear this choice”, follow * with your own words.

Profile Extensions/Directory

To help with adding profile extensions to the directory, added to WPS Pro->Shortcodes->Directory->[wps-directory]


Can now set default values of town/city and country on registration form if used.

Member Directory

Users who have not logged in since installing WPS Pro will not appear in the directory (as never been active in WPS Pro’s view). Sort this out via WPS Pro->Setup->Member Directory.


Event owners and site admin can now delete events via front-end (click on event and choose Delete).

Don’t Forget…

Check out the new WPS Pro Codex!

Please Remember…

This is development news, not release information. You may want to review previous blog posts on development builds for previous updates to get the full picture (it’s work in progress). These development builds are available to download for those interested in experimenting with pre-release versions.