Originally tried doing this in view, but because the page reloads, it was easier to do in jQuery. If I changed the memberlist to load using AJAX and not reloading the page (maybe something to do in future), then Vue.js would have been the better choice.
Basically, you can click on the text in the top left corner of the list and cycle through 3 different views and if you have a view you particularly like, the value is stored in your browser localStorage so you will always have that view until you change it, even it you log out, close your browser, and log back in.
This started out as a Vue.js project, but I ended up doing it in jQuery and not Vue, LOL
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Update: Made small change. To click on "Change Memberlist View" to toggle through the three different views - see image below:
As I mentioned, this feature started out as a Vue.js component-project that I converted to jQuery mostly because the page reloads so a reactive JS lib like Vue.js did not seem to add any real value and make a simple task with jQuery a bit more complex. Perhaps I am just not very talented with Vue.js yet.
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