I created a member directory using view and it works well but I tried enable "Exposed form". I changed "Exposed form in block" to Yes & also "Use AJAX" to Yes. I defined "Contextual filters" to " User: Name ". then I went to Blocks and Enabled the new block and edited Only the listed pages and put the path but nothing shows up there. here's my View : enter image description here here's my block:enter image description here final demo: enter image description here

ok, I created that with Filter Criteria, now the search fields show up at the top of the view, how can i put them in sidebar of this view? final result: enter image description here

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    Does the user viewing the page has the View user profiles permissions to view the page?
    – undersound
    Jul 16 '14 at 5:04
  • I don't understand why you're using a contextual filter, if you just want to list all the members of the website get rid off it. Contextual filter is used if you want to only show stuff about a specific user.
    – No Sssweat
    Jul 16 '14 at 7:04
  • @undersound Yes. Jul 19 '14 at 6:24

You do not have any exposed filters. Under "Filter criteria" you need to define a filter which is exposed to the user. The block will then show up

EDIT You already set the exposed filters to be shown in a block in your views administration on the right side. Now you find a block with the exposed filters in your block administration page. Here you can set the visibility of the block - maybe just show the block under the path of this view.


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