I am trying to display my entries module at various places as below.
I assume it is something to do with "User Mode", but I could not figure it out myself..
Much appreciate if you can shed a light.
Easysocial Profile - I want to show logged in user's own entries when he opens his own profile page
Easysocial Profile - I want to show entries belong to the actual easysocial profile when logged in user opens it
i.e: logged in user A opens user B's profile, I want to display user's B's entries
Sobipro search page -I want to show logged in user's own entries when he opens Sobipro search page
Sobipro Entry page -I want to show logged in user's own entries when he opens his own entry details page
Sobipro Entry page -I want to show entries belong to the actual entry details page when logged in user opens it
i.e: logged in user A opens one of user B's entry details page, I want to display the rest of user B's entries
Unfortunately I have raised this queries after I went through the user guide and demo that you informed me cos I could not find the answer that I was looking for there...
I think I wasn't clear what I want. Please take a look again?
I created two modules- 1. user mode is set to "logged user" and 2. user mode is set to "current easysocial profile". Both are assigned to index.php?option=com_easysocial&view=profile.
The reason why I created two is that I want to show Entry link only with logged user's entries.
The module that I set to "logged users" also shows up on other people's ES profile page. How can I stop showing it there?
The module that I set to "current easysocial profile" also shows up on logged user's ES profile page with "The user is unknown.(Mode:2)". How can I stop showing it there?
Sobipro Entry page
I understand that only one user mode is available for sobipro entry associated with owner. However I would like to create two module, one is with Add entry link with logged in user's entries, the other one is without Add link associated with the rest of owners.
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