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  1. Hello all. Not sure if I would be able to describe the need properly, but I am building a custom frontend for logged on users which would have its own Profile template allowing to modify just some specific fields (email, password, skype, etc.) To allow modifications from the custom user profile, I am using a simple MODAL that would allow the user to define the desired value for the field and then click on Save to have it populated. Normally I've used a modal with a single button, however in this scenario I need to catch the click of Save button which would then trigger the page/template field to save. So far I've found a few options using JavaScript to show the modal window and using the class to determine which of the buttons is saved, however I am not sure how would I populate the value of the form to the specific field once the Save button is clicked. Logically, I could open a specific URL using JavaScript including some segments /field_name/field_value/ and then point the POST action to another template that would read the segments and apply the changes, however I am not able to populate the field_name and field_value from the form to JavaScript URL. I might be overthinking the things, however its worth mentioning that all the registered users should not have access to the admin so I am in doubt how to achieve that. I was able to modify a JavaScript that might be a perfect fit for my needs, I just need to find a way to save the new field value to the user profile once the save button is clicked: If you have a working example or a simpler approach I could use, would be greatly appreciated as always.
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