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  1. #41
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    Default Members who have visited the forum

    Not sure if anyone can help, but here goes...

    We're running vBulletin 3.6.8 Patch 2

    1. We installed 'Members Who Have Visited' version 4.43. We did this buy going into our AdminCP/Plugins&Products/ManageProducts/AddImportProducts and the item is now showing up in our vBulletin Options lists, right at the bottom. We have turned on 'Run Code on all pages'.

    2. We then installed the vBadvanced module, so it shows on our CMPS pages.

    3. We've told it to show to every usergroup on our main front page.

    4. We weren't too sure what any of this meant, so didn't do any of this, as we didn't think it applied to us. We only want a basic install. 'Edit the adv_portal_active_users template to say whatever you wish. Alternatively, you may use the Display_Vistors template that comes with the plugin - simply change the reference in the todays_users.php module. There's no need to add it to the module definition as it's already cached.'

    Unfortunately, we still haven't been able to get the module to show on our homepage.

    Has anyone got any ideas????

    Thanking you in anticipation.

  2. #42

    Default Re: Members who have visited the forum

    Quote Originally Posted by grahamsmythe View Post
    Unfortunately, we still haven't been able to get the module to show on our homepage.

    Has anyone got any ideas????

    Thanking you in anticipation.
    Are you using a custom style? If so, did the templates get loaded into that style?

    A link would be helpful as well.
    Tom Morris
    Porsche Boxster discussion forum.
    Today's Conservative discussion forum.

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    Default Re: [Module] Members who have visited the forum

    would there be a way to make it 1 name per line like so

    member1
    member2
    member3

    instead like it is now like this

    member1 member2
    member3 member4 member5
    member6

    thanks

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    Default Re: [Module] Members who have visited the forum

    Quote Originally Posted by elitemerlin View Post
    would there be a way to make it 1 name per line like so

    member1
    member2
    member3

    instead like it is now like this

    member1 member2
    member3 member4 member5
    member6

    thanks
    In the todays_users.php add the bit in RED
    Code:
    $whotoday = str_replace( "member.php", $vbulletin->options['bburl'] . "/member.php", $whotoday);
    $whotoday = str_replace( ", ", "<br />", $whotoday);
    Tom Morris
    Porsche Boxster discussion forum.
    Today's Conservative discussion forum.

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    Default Re: Members who have visited the forum

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom M View Post
    Are you using a custom style? If so, did the templates get loaded into that style?

    A link would be helpful as well.

    Yes, we are using a custom style, and as far as I know, it did get loaded, but how would I check?!?!?

    Apologies for not giving you the link it is...


    www.vincentownersclub.co.uk/forum

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    Default Re: Members who have visited the forum

    Quote Originally Posted by grahamsmythe View Post
    Yes, we are using a custom style, and as far as I know, it did get loaded, but how would I check?!?!?
    See if the template adv_portal_active_users is listed in the style. If not, copy it there from wherever it was placed.
    Tom Morris
    Porsche Boxster discussion forum.
    Today's Conservative discussion forum.

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    Default Re: [Module] Members who have visited the forum

    Anyone get this to work in vB 3.7.0 and CMPS 3.0.1 yet?

    I had it working in 3.6.10 but don't see the module after upgrading the above. The adv_portal_active_users isn't found in either the custom style or the default style so I'm assuming the module didn't import correctly.

    Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

    /edit - nevermind. Got it working. It really helps to follow the instructions correctly.
    Last edited by Ozzie; 05-20-2008 at 08:16 AM.

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    Default Re: [Module] Members who have visited the forum

    Great mod, thank you.

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    Default

    All I am getting is a blank block. No error present, but no output either. Is this common and if so how do I fix it?

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    I just updated to the 3.8 version of the who was online modand this module stopped working. Anyone knows how to solve this?

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    Red face

    Hi,

    I am also having trouble getting this to work on vB 3.8, vba cmps 3.1.0 - any helpful suggestions welcome - otherwise I'll have a go at modifying the module myself...

    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by drn View Post
    Hi,

    I am also having trouble getting this to work on vB 3.8, vba cmps 3.1.0 - any helpful suggestions welcome - otherwise I'll have a go at modifying the module myself...

    Ben
    Same.

    I just get a blank box.

    Any word yet??

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    Yea my block shows blank as well. No members get listed. Uggg last three post answer my question this no longer works with vb3.8x and Pauls Ms updated mod.

    Developer can you PLEASE update this awesome mod of yours to work with 3.8x.

    The new mod this replies on is: Members who have Visited 3.8.002

    It no longer has an option to run code on all pages???

    THANKS!
    Kamikage

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    Default VBA Module Fix Instructions for vb3.8x

    VBA Module Fix Instructions for vb3.8x:
    Once again PaulM comes through for us!!! He gave me the simple instruction to get this mod to work with the latest version of his mod: Members Who Have Visited Today v3.8.002

    Here are simple instructions to get this VBA mod to work with the current version of Paul's mod:

    1. From your AdminCP go to: Plugins & Products > Plugin Manager
    2. Edit the plugin labeled: Members who have visited (2)
    3. Change the Hook Location to: global_start in the drop menu.
    4. Save and done! Your vba block will now work again!

    ENJOY!
    Kamikage

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    Hi,

    I'm trying to make a minor change to the layout of the module. I want to move "The most members online in one day was ..." to the bottom of the mod (under the user names) so that it is in the same style as my online users mod.

    I've tried looking in the adv_portal_active_users template and also in the today_users.php file but I am unable to find the reference to this section. Could someone please point me in the right direction?

    Many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leojez View Post
    I want to move "The most members online in one day was ..." to the bottom of the mod (under the user names) so that it is in the same style as my online users mod.
    I'd like to do this too. Anyone know how to?

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    The newest version which supports vb 3.8.x may be found here.
    Tom Morris
    Porsche Boxster discussion forum.
    Today's Conservative discussion forum.

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    where is the download of the module ?

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