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Hello everyone,

 

I'm trying to install some plugins on phpVMS and i don't know any ideia how i can start the process.
In most case the instructions give me the same directions but after transfer all the paste and files to

the right sctructure i can not see any kind of modification on my phpVMS.

For instance ...

TouchdownStats

-Download the attached package. OK
-unzip the package and place the files as structured in your root phpVMS install. OK

from now on ... i don't know what i have to do and where i have to do.

To show all the landing stats currently in the datbase create a link to

www.yoursite.com/index.php/TouchdownStats

To show a limited number of stats from your database create a link to

www.yoursite.com/index.php/TouchdownStats/top_landings/10

The "10" can be changed to however many you would like to see

The most useful method of the data class would be to use

TouchdownStatsData::get_all_stats()
and
TouchdownStatsData::get_stats('10')

 

Which file should i have to edit and where can i find it?

Thank you so much for attention and patience

 

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13 hours ago, cvqueiroz said:

Hello everyone,

 

I'm trying to install some plugins on phpVMS and i don't know any ideia how i can start the process.
In most case the instructions give me the same directions but after transfer all the paste and files to

the right sctructure i can not see any kind of modification on my phpVMS.

For instance ...

TouchdownStats

-Download the attached package. OK
-unzip the package and place the files as structured in your root phpVMS install. OK

from now on ... i don't know what i have to do and where i have to do.

To show all the landing stats currently in the datbase create a link to

www.yoursite.com/index.php/TouchdownStats

To show a limited number of stats from your database create a link to

www.yoursite.com/index.php/TouchdownStats/top_landings/10

The "10" can be changed to however many you would like to see

The most useful method of the data class would be to use

TouchdownStatsData::get_all_stats()
and
TouchdownStatsData::get_stats('10')

 

Which file should i have to edit and where can i find it?

Thank you so much for attention and patience

 

I want to teach you about it, how can I contact you?

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6 hours ago, ProSkyDesign said:

I want to teach you about it, how can I contact you?

Hello Buddy,

Can you send some instructions through e-mail? I don't use any other way ... most part of the contact are done by e-mail.

Thank you for the  support

 

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On 7/9/2017 at 9:32 AM, ProSkyDesign said:

I want to teach you about it, how can I contact you?

Why don't you try to explain to him what to do via here? This way, others who might have the same question might find this useful too.

The instructions are easy to understand. So:

________________________________________________________

To show all the landing stats currently in the datbase create a link to

www.yoursite.com/index.php/TouchdownStats

Explanation: Replace www.yoursite.com with your website url and you will be able to see the landing stats of your database. Try it to review what you can see.

________________________________________________________

To show a limited number of stats from your database create a link to

www.yoursite.com/index.php/TouchdownStats/top_landings/10

Explanation: This is basically the same with the previous one. Replace www.yourdomain.com with your website url and you will be able to see the 10 top landings of your virtual airline. You can change 10 with any number you want to show the top X landings.

________________________________________________________

The most useful method of the data class would be to use

TouchdownStatsData::get_all_stats();
and
TouchdownStatsData::get_stats('10');

The above two functions return some specific data. These data should be echoed by you. In general, you can use the above functions in your phpVMS template files and echo several landing statistics data in any part of your system. Your websites template files are stored in your core/templates folder or in your lib/skins/your_current_skin_name folder.

If you could explain to us where and what do you want to show, we would be able to assist you.

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On 8/9/2017 at 5:55 AM, servetas said:

Why don't you try to explain to him what to do via here? This way, others who might have the same question might find this useful too.

The instructions are easy to understand. So:

________________________________________________________

To show all the landing stats currently in the datbase create a link to

www.yoursite.com/index.php/TouchdownStats

Explanation: Replace www.yoursite.com with your website url and you will be able to see the landing stats of your database. Try it to review what you can see.

________________________________________________________

To show a limited number of stats from your database create a link to

www.yoursite.com/index.php/TouchdownStats/top_landings/10

Explanation: This is basically the same with the previous one. Replace www.yourdomain.com with your website url and you will be able to see the 10 top landings of your virtual airline. You can change 10 with any number you want to show the top X landings.

________________________________________________________

The most useful method of the data class would be to use

TouchdownStatsData::get_all_stats();
and
TouchdownStatsData::get_stats('10');

The above two functions return some specific data. These data should be echoed by you. In general, you can use the above functions in your phpVMS template files and echo several landing statistics data in any part of your system. Your websites template files are stored in your core/templates folder or in your lib/skins/your_current_skin_name folder.

If you could explain to us where and what do you want to show, we would be able to assist you.

some people doesn't know anything about programming or how to use a cpanel, host, etc.

Sometimes is more usefull explain via skype, for example in stead of text ;). 

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Ahh yes, I see this topic is still around, Here's the very simple way,

<?php MainController::Run('TouchdownStats', 'top_landings', 10); ?>

 

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