User profiles in the Users plugin have been designed to make it as easy as possible to customize them, either with your own plugins or with a few template edits. Here's a quick example of how you could add a "website" field to a profile page: 1. Get the templates As always, if you want to edit plugin templates, you should move them to your own theme folder first, so copy profile.php and edit_profile.php from /content/plugins/users/templates/ to /content/themes/YOUR_THEME/ 2. Add an input box Open edit_profile.php and scroll down to where there's a comment "Add your own profile fields here." Above that, add PHP: <tr><td>Website: </td><td><input type="text" name="website" value="<?php echo $profile['website']; ?>"></td></tr> If you save and look at the profile edit page in your account, you should see a new field where you can enter your website url. 3. Save the website url To save that url when you click update, look near the top of edit_profile.php for a comment like "Add your own $profile['something'] stuff here." Above that, add: PHP: $profile['website'] = $h->cage->post->testUri('website'); Note: testUri is an Inspekt filter. See other filters here. 4. Show the website url in the profile Open profile.php and add the following wherever you want to show the website: PHP: <a href="<?php echo $profile['website']; ?>"> <?php echo $profile['website']; ?> </a> Finished. You'll probably want to tidy that up with some extra HTML and/or CSS, but that's the basic process.