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Chuckroast is not talking about the size of the database. He said "In a shared hosting environment you are limited by the number of concurrent connections to the database. " This means less queries and a lot less strain on the server. redwine Fully working implementation to display Total Story Views in the story summary. 4 days
Actually good module. But, ex: i have 100,000 stories. create a 100,000 txt files. 100,000 X 4kb = 400,000kb (390.625MB) server size is lost for this one. i think database less than this size. pligglab Fully working implementation to display Total Story Views in the story summary. 4 days
This is not correct. In a shared hosting environment you are limited by the number of concurrent connections to the database. A simple txt file which is usually about 4kb for each story is much less than using the database which adds a lot of extra unnecessary data each time.. Since the goal is to only grab the number, doing it through tiny little txt files is actually much less load on your server. ChuckRoast Fully working implementation to display Total Story Views in the story summary. 5 days
this module create a multiple text file. every story for create a file. server is too much load. pligglab Fully working implementation to display Total Story Views in the story summary. 5 days
Get the good module from Chuckroast http://pligg.com/downloads/module/story-counter/ redwine Fully working implementation to display Total Story Views in the story summary. 5 days
The one in this post does not work. Get the good module from Chuckroast http://pligg.com/downloads/module/story-counter/ redwine Module to show the total views of each story in the summary 5 days
i'm checked with two versions. but can not work pligglab Module to show the total views of each story in the summary 5 days
not work for me. pligglab Fully working implementation to display Total Story Views in the story summary. 5 days
Thanks for the solution and the steps (y) taghaboy Fixes to apply to any Right-To-Left language, Arabic and possible other languages. 20 days
Didnt look familiar. I followed it in here from this post where you commented on fixing it in this thread, but seems it wasnt for all the errors the OP had commented on :) user_3939226 Solution fro the sidebar saved stories to display only those belonging to the logged-in user 71 days
You are in the wrong post. This error has nothing to do with what is discussed here. This post is for the saved stories in the side bar! redwine Solution fro the sidebar saved stories to display only those belonging to the logged-in user 71 days
Is this error fixed by any of the above? Downloaded 2.02 today and it's coming up regularly... [20-Aug-2014 10:49:45 UTC] PHP Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/ecomme20/public_html/dollar.bargains/libs/friend.php on line 53 user_3939226 Solution fro the sidebar saved stories to display only those belonging to the logged-in user 72 days
why I can't find edit page? where is that? janews Why does edit story load so slowly? 78 days
Were the files I sent you good for your use? http://pligg.com/support/question/-fix-for-the-friends-and-simple-messaging-features/#question redwine Repository for contributions and fixes 78 days
Thank you I will check them out! redwine Repository for contributions and fixes 79 days
If you're not familiar with Git or SVN, then I suggest starting out with a GUI (graphical user interface) program to learn the basics of Git. Below are 2 different free software applications that you can use with Git, which should make it easier to pick up the lingo and processes. Both applications have text or video tutorials available online with a quick Google. http://www.sourcetreeapp.com/ http://www.collab.net/giteyeapp/ If you're familiar with the command line (as a Linux user or server admin), then you may be okay with learning Git from scratch. You can do this by following tutorials like the ones I've listed below. http://lifehacker.com/5983680/how-the-heck-do-i-use-github https://help.github.com/ Yankidank Repository for contributions and fixes 79 days
I installed Git locally on my laptop and did the following: 1-Forked Pligg-cms 2- Cloned it to my laptop The question is how to go from here. If i change a file in the working directory, stage the change and commit then push. 1-Will the push transfer the commit to pligg-cms or to my forked? 2- Will the push sends all the files, changed and unchanged or only the one that was staged and committed? 3- How do I know that you got the pushed commit? Please assist me on this so I can be more useful in sending you the changes that deemed beneficial and working. Thanks a million! redwine Repository for contributions and fixes 79 days
@Yankidank Done! http://pligg.com/support/question/-fix-for-the-friends-and-simple-messaging-features/ redwine Cannot Follow Members 80 days
The latest Github version fixes the main issue mentioned on this thread concerning the Follow and Unfollow buttons not working. These changes will be present in a 2.0.2 release in the near future. Here are the 2 fixes related to this issue: https://github.com/Pligg/pligg-cms/commit/c5aa84d4e6044e604cb82c01adc5f48519eb51ec https://github.com/Pligg/pligg-cms/commit/884593440b5f0c6bc6d01671ee91289c2d71a20d I'm waiting Redwine's changes to see what he's come up with. Yankidank Cannot Follow Members 80 days
Yes this what I will do for you, send the changed files as a zip. Do I repost the changes for the users' immediate work around as well? The follow/unfollow is the least of the worries, but I fixed them. The big problem was the whole process that needed to be changed in order to properly apply the messaging rights. As it is now, the queries to get the status of the friend is problematic as it always give you the id of the first found to all the others... You will see the amount of changes made. redwine Cannot Follow Members 80 days