User πŸ€–

Accessing the current users information

The User feature allows you to access information about the currently connected user.

To access the current user, you must implement a Network Enable element first.

Static User Features

Most user features are static features, meaning they are loaded as soon as the user clicks the network enable element. Additionally, some User Features have formatting and display options that allow you to customize how the returned data is displayed to the user.

Current User Address Feature

Display the current user's full Ethereum address:

<div
data-dh-feature="user"
data-dh-property-address="true">
*User Address*
</div>
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Tag

Accepted Values

Required

data-dh-feature

user

Yes

data-dh-property-address

true false

Yes

data-dh-modifier-display

short

optional

Displaying Shortened Addresses

To show a truncated address, you can also add data-dh-modifier-display="short" to the element like the example below:

<h2
data-dh-feature="user"
data-dh-property-address="true"
data-dh-modifier-display="short">
*User Address Truncated*
</h2>

This will display the address in the following format 0x5...EaEA

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User Balance

Display the current user's balance:

<div
data-dh-feature="user"
data-dh-property-balance>
*User Balance*
</div>

Example Return Value: 7511222555444777333

Define the units and precision of the balance

To show the user's balance in ether add data-dh-modifier-display-units="ether"

To define the number of decimal places add data-dh-modifier-units=3

<div
data-dh-feature="user"
data-dh-property-balance
data-dh-modifier-units="ether"
data-dh-modifier-decimals="3">
*User Balance*
</div>

Tag

Accepted Values

Required

data-dh-feature

user

Yes

data-dh-property-balance

none

Yes

data-dh-modifier-units

ether wei

optional

data-dh-modifier-decimals

integer

optional