8. Manage postal addresses


Users can add, edit, delete and list their postal addresses going to following URLs:

Admin user or users of other roles, who have been granted access to it, can add, edit, delete and list any postal address through following URLs:

Admin user can also determine, what fields are available for users to add or edit postal addresses and admin user can change the wording of the form fields.

8.1. Customize postal address fields

To choose, what fields to show to authenticated users, go as admin user to URL:
In the table there look for rows, which code in the column "Event" is "xPostalAddressEvent".

The codes in the column "Field name" are quite self explanatory so that you can choose what fields you wish to change. Click Edit link in the row of the address field, which you wish to change. It is possible to change on the address field changing page "Module name", "Event name", "Field name", but do not change these values.
The values, which you can change to customize the postal address managing pages, are: "Visibility", "Required", "Field order" and "Default value". Click "Save, after you have done your changes."

8.2. Customize wording of postal address managing pages

Go to URL:
Select module: User,
Language: English (en).
In the table look for rows, which "Specific name" is "addPostalAddressEvent" and "editPostalAddressEvent".
By clicking the Edit link in corresponding row, you can change the wording of title, form field labels, form field guides, messages, etc. for these add* or edit* methods or for many other User module method pages.

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Users and messages
1. Modules for managing users and messages
2. Sending automatic emails
2.1. Configure email authentication details
2.2. Manage message templates
3. Authenticating
4. Adjust the website for authenticated users
4.1. Access rights for unauthenticated visitors
4.2. Adjustable links on user block
4.3. Change labels and other language phrases
4.4. Prepare content for authenticated visitors
4.5. Give access rights for authenticated users
5. Registering new users
6. Multiple email addresses and user account recovery
7. Manage contact forms and emails
8. Manage postal addresses
9. User profile