Getting “No User Profile Application available to service the request. Contact your farm administrator.”

I am getting “No User Profile Application available to service the request. Contact your farm administrator.” while enabling “Self-Service Site Creation”

User profile application has been created and associated with Web application.

“Use Self-Service Site Creation” has been enabled in “User Permissions”

I checked below link as well but no luck.

Please suggest.

For social media posts, is it better to post the Constant Contact generated URL or your website URL?

In social media posts, is it better to post the link to your website that advertises a specific event, or the URL to your Constant Contact (or other mass mail program) e-blast that advertises said event?

The details: our company often sends e-blasts out via Constant Contact to advertise training conferences that we produce, with the ultimate goal of increasing registration/attendance. These e-blasts are well-designed and often contain multiple elements pertaining to the conference: a…

For social media posts, is it better to post the Constant Contact generated URL or your website URL?

How do I design a contact list which has no use for a profile picture?

I am designing a web app UI. It has a sidebar, then followed by a row of contacts, where the user can select a contact and make changes to the details and see data about the contact. The use case has no use for profile picture as the list of contacts is mainly random customers. Currently I am using name initials as in Google’s Android phone contact list. But I still don’t feel it’s good. I also tried a default placeholder image but it looks boring. How can I make the list more interesting?

TIA for the community.

Searching for Link Engine Pro contact


because I've found here seom comments regarding Link Engine Pro (okay… they are all some kind older…), I just thought about asking here whether somebody knows a still wokring contact to the programmer of that software? The product domain ( and the support domain ( are not wokring any more.

I've done some bug fixing and feature adding in v2.4 of that script and just wanted to have a review and discussion with him:)

Thanks for Your help,…

Searching for Link Engine Pro contact

contact form 7- convert to wp registration form

a very nice man shared this code to add to a theme’s function file that will convert a cf7 form into a registration form. There is a plugin out there but the developer seems to have abandoned it. The code that a man shared on moot point works for one form by calling the name. I ask if there is a way to edit the code so it can work for three forms and not just one, perhaps call for each title using some “or”. Thank you in advance for any advice, much appreciated. I confirmed this does work for one form:

function create_user_from_registration($  cfdata) { if (!isset($  cfdata->posted_data) && class_exists('WPCF7_Submission')) {     // Contact Form 7 version 3.9 removed $  cfdata->posted_data and now     // we have to retrieve it from an API     $  submission = WPCF7_Submission::get_instance();     if ($  submission) {         $  formdata = $  submission->get_posted_data();     } } elseif (isset($  cfdata->posted_data)) {     // For pre-3.9 versions of Contact Form 7     $  formdata = $  cfdata->posted_data; } else {     // We can't retrieve the form data     return $  cfdata; } // Check this is the user registration form if ( $  cfdata->title() == 'Registration: Retailer') {     $  password = wp_generate_password( 12, false );     $  email = $  formdata['email'];     $  name = $  formdata['username'];     // Construct a username from the user's name     $  username = strtolower(str_replace(' ', '', $  name));     $  name_parts = explode(' ',$  name);     if ( !email_exists( $  email ) ) {         // Find an unused username         $  username_tocheck = $  username;         $  i = 1;         while ( username_exists( $  username_tocheck ) ) {             $  username_tocheck = $  username . $  i++;         }         $  username = $  username_tocheck;         // Create the user         $  userdata = array(             'user_login' => $  username,             'user_pass' => $  password,             'user_email' => $  email,             'nickname' => reset($  name_parts),             'display_name' => $  formdata['company'],             'first_name' => $  formdata['firstname'],             'last_name' => $  formdata['lastname'],             'role' => 'customer'         );         $  user_id = wp_insert_user( $  userdata );         if ( !is_wp_error($  user_id) ) {             // Email login details to user             $  blogname = wp_specialchars_decode(get_option('blogname'), ENT_QUOTES);             $  message = "Hello! We have received your registration request and is pending approval (be sure to save this email). We take pride in verifying that you are a legitimate business before approving your account. Your login details are as follows:" . "\r\n";             $  message .= sprintf(__('Username: %s'), $  username) . "\r\n";             $  message .= sprintf(__('Password: %s'), $  password) . "\r\n";             $  message .= home_url() . "\r\n";             wp_mail($  email, sprintf(__('[%s] Your username and password pending approval: SAVE THIS EMAIL'), $  blogname), $  message);         }     } } return $  cfdata; 

} add_action(‘wpcf7_before_send_mail’, ‘create_user_from_registration’, 1);

Site / tool to contact multiple study participants with their IDs after pseudonymization

For this multiple-weeks research study with an early access app, a pseudonymization process is used to disconnect the participant’s emails from their data with a random ID.

I need to contact those people after they registered through the pre-form and provide them with the app link and their ID. They will need it to fill out the post-form and provide the ID so the data of this second form can be connected to the data of the first.

Now the thing is that I have about 60 people and it would be annoying to send each of them an individual mail with their ID.
Can anyone recommend something that would make this easier?
To somehow automate the process of sending out the correct ID to the correct email?

I’ve thought about tools like Mailchimp, but you can only dynamically reference variables that the user provided (e.g. name or gender).