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having a bit of trouble getting the url_title from the filled out safecracker form to appear correctly, here is what i have:

{exp:safecracker
channel="personal_trainer_directory"
entry_id=""
safecracker_head="no"
use_live_url="no"
url_title=""
}
{exp:membrr:subscriptions}
<span id="ptmember">
    <a href="{site_url}member/update-personal-trainer-page/{subscription_id}/{url_title}/">Update Personal Trainer Page</a>
</span>
{/exp:membrr:subscriptions}
{/exp:safecracker}

im trying to get the name to appear in the segment and then on the next page will be the safecracker where i can put {segment_4} for the url_title so the form will be able to edit the entry.. but with the way it is now, nothing is showing up for {url_title}.

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Your safecracker tag should contain the complete url_title="{segment_4}" (if url_title is empty, you get an empty form).

http://ellislab.com/expressionengine/user-guide/modules/safecracker/index.html#id3

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  • how do I get the url_title into the url though? thats what I was trying to do with <a href="{site_url}member/update-personal-trainer-page/{subscription_id}/{url_title}/">Update Personal Trainer Page</a> that way on the next page, where the edit form will be, I could use {segment_#} for the url_title value
    – Joe Bobby
    Feb 24, 2013 at 2:36
  • I'd say it's already in the link. What happens when you click the link? What url do you get?
    – okenathan
    Feb 24, 2013 at 11:49
  • I get site.com/member/update-personal-trainer-page/1032// the url_title displays as blank
    – Joe Bobby
    Feb 24, 2013 at 16:48
  • I think it's a membrr thing: membrr.com/docs/template_tags. It looks like the {url_title} is not available, but you can use the {entry_id} tag...
    – okenathan
    Feb 25, 2013 at 11:44

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