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This is a fairly broad question: a client wants to have a publicly searchable member directory. So I'm looking at some old questions, such as Creating a public Members directory with CiviCRM in Wordpress using Profiles and Creating a public Members directory with CiviCRM in Wordpress using Profiles and shortcode with no luck.

Is there a shortcode for a publicly (not as member and not logged in) searchable member directory? (I have told the client this has privacy implications.)

This is currently being used but returns no results:

[civicrm component="profile" gid="11" mode="search" hijack="0"]

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But not showing search results may be a result of no permissions for the anonymous user, as I read in one of the linked questions. I've given anonymous users the capabilities for profile listings and forms and profile listings in Administer > WordPress Access Control. I've set up a Smart Group and a profile, outlined on https://docs.civicrm.org/user/en/latest/organising-your-data/profiles/ . But that doesn't help.

Using: WP 5.2.4 CiviCRM 5.17.5

  • Does it return results for a logged in user? – Graham Nov 12 at 14:33
  • No results for logged in users. – BlueDogRanch Nov 12 at 15:12
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This problem turned out to be a Javascript error in the console:

SyntaxError: expected expression, got '<' on civicrm:1

A plugin must have been dumping in Javascript in the header or footer, and once it was deactivated, CiviCRM could render the search results in Javascript.

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