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You can access the page with yourdomain.com/index.php/members/
To customize it, copy concrete/single_pages/members.php to your single_pages/members.php and change it as you like.
AFAIK, The page doesn't show by default in Autonav (menu) block as you have to enable it from Dashboard -> Users and Groups -> Login & Registration -> Enable Public Profiles
How do I re-insert or add one in the Pages & Themes and Single Pages section?
Is this something I need to accomplish in phpMyAdmin? And if so, please get me started with a little direction.
Edit: I saw thishttp://www.concrete5.org/documentation/developers/pages/single-page...
Do I need to something similar to this:
Create an empty PHP page within the single_pages/ directory at the root of your site. Name it "my_profile.php." Whatever you name this page will be its path in the URL (e.g. "login.php" =http://www.yoursite.com/login").... Typically concrete5 naming conventions should be used here, so if you want to name something with separators in it, using underscores (e.g. "my_profile.php").
But call the page "members.php"?
If so, I need to find out exactly where "PHP page within the single_pages/ directory at the root of your site" is
Edit: I feel stupid, my problem was I had permissions set to private instead of public
Edit: Tony's Add-on was a nice finishing touch