There are multiple ways to use these buttons. They can be used in tables, or as standalone. Or why not try and get a little creative?
This button allows you to add the field values such as “username, email, password“ from within the button settings. The button will auto-generate the slug should one not be provided.
You will notice these are a little un-intuitive. Why not try another way!
Here we have simple buttons that reference and add a row in a new User table we have built below. You can build your own tables to allow for easy user management from within Coda. Try creating a user.
Remember to sync back to Coda once tag has been created!
Build your own User Management Table!
Here we have simple buttons that reference and add a row in a new User table below. You can build your own tables to allow for easy data management from within Coda. Try creating a user by adding a row.
Remember to sync back to Coda once the user has been created!
Parameters - Create Users
These are the parameters used for the CreateUser function
CreateUser(account, Email, Password, Username, FirstName, LastName, DisplayName, Nickname, Roles)
Create a new User entry in Wordpress using a Coda button
account: The Wordpress + Coda account used to take this action.
Email: The email address for the user.
Password: The password for the user
Username: Login name for the user.
FirstName: First name for the user.
LastName: Last name for the user.
DisplayName: The name for the object.
Nickname: The nickname for the user.
Roles: Roles assigned to the user.