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The only solution I can think of is to disable the name link feature on the Connections : Settings admin page under the Advanced tab and then add a link to the entry to the page you want to link to. It will not make the name a link, but it will add a link to a page of you choosing.
I hope that helps.
I have tried that and in the directory it will link back to the page, but I need it to go from the page to the directory so I was thinking that if I could find the path where the file is stored and knowing the entry ID# I would be able to simply put a link on the name on that page but I cannot find where the info on each member is stored.
Been trying paths like http://blog.mica.org.au/blog/wp-content/connection/entry_id#3050. Would that work? and if so what might the correct path be?
Done! Found it and the whole problem is solved.
Great, what was the solution?
Ok this is what I did:
I found the path to be: http://yoursite.com/members-directory/name/xxxx-xxxx/
(the xxx-xxx being whatever the member’s name is) and then all I did was make my page/post about that member and linked the name to that. Voila … the member’s profile comes straight up. :)
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