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e-steki Referrer Statistics
Mod Version: 1.1, by Lea Verou (Member) Lea Verou is offline
Developer Last Online: Jul 2012 I like it Show Printable Version Email this Page

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vB Version: 3.5.3 Rating: (9 votes - 5.00 average) Installs: 323
Released: 17 Nov 2005 Last Update: 28 Nov 2005 Downloads: 850
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This hack displays the referrers and the members they referred in a separate page. Also for registered members it displays their referrer link.

Features:
-Fully phrased
-WOL location so that it doesn't show up as Unknown location
-Usergroup permissions
-Ability to count statistics from a specific date - great for referrer contests
-Highly customizable look of the page from the admincp
-Ability to exclude specific usergroups from the statistics (eg banned users)
-Pages in the results (results per page is customizable)
-Formatted nicknames
-Ability to display post count next to each username

Installation
1. Upload the file referrers.php to your forum root directory
2. Import the product product-michelle_referrers.xml
3. Done! The link for the page would be like www.yoursite.com/forum/referrers.php. Place it wherever you feel it fits.

Do not forget to click INSTALL!!!

Changelog
version 1.1
-bugfix (when there are no results)
-new feature(postcount next to username, can be turned off via admincp)


Credits
  • Psionic Vision
  • Conqsoft
Notice: The current hack attached in the right will cut both referrals AND referrers that have registered before the cut-off date. Most people seem to only want it to cut the referrals so, if you too want that, you can replace the referrers.php in the zip with the one attached here.

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  #46  
Old 23 Nov 2005, 03:55
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I have a suggestion:

Sort by number of referrals (as it does now) then sort by username as a secondary sort. Makes it easier to find a name when a lot of people have the same number of referrals.
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  #47  
Old 23 Nov 2005, 04:37
Lea Verou Lea Verou is offline
 
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Originally Posted by ConqSoft
I have a suggestion:

Sort by number of referrals (as it does now) then sort by username as a secondary sort. Makes it easier to find a name when a lot of people have the same number of referrals.
Nice idea
I'll probably include it when i have some time (I'm very busy these days).
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Old 23 Nov 2005, 05:50
lazytown lazytown is offline
 
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Would it be possible to have after each username referred, the number of posts they have made (like in parenthesis)? That way we can see at a glance if the referred users are deadbeats or real active users.

-vissa
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Old 23 Nov 2005, 12:24
Lea Verou Lea Verou is offline
 
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Originally Posted by vissa
Would it be possible to have after each username referred, the number of posts they have made (like in parenthesis)? That way we can see at a glance if the referred users are deadbeats or real active users.

-vissa
Sure, that's not hard.
But if I recall correctly it would need an extra query, and that query would be quite intensive as it goes through the whole post table.
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Old 25 Nov 2005, 22:07
dsmoke dsmoke is offline
 
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what was the answer to solving this?
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /referrers.php on line 94

Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /referrers.php on line 101

Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /referrers.php on line 115

Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /referrers.php on line 122

Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /referrers.php on line 135

Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /referrers.php on line 151

Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /referrers.php on line 158

Warning: arsort() expects parameter 1 to be array, null given in /referrers.php on line 164

Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /referrers.php on line 165
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Old 25 Nov 2005, 23:06
Lea Verou Lea Verou is offline
 
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Τhe most possible answer is that you don't have any results to be displayed
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Old 26 Nov 2005, 00:41
dsmoke dsmoke is offline
 
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ahh but anyone who would go to get their link we see that right away?
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Old 26 Nov 2005, 00:43
Lea Verou Lea Verou is offline
 
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Originally Posted by dsmoke
ahh but anyone who would go to get their link we see that right away?
Well this is mostly for referral statistics. There is no use having it just to display each user his referral link You can use vb Referrer for that which is more effective
(you can find it in template modifications)
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Old 26 Nov 2005, 01:37
dsmoke dsmoke is offline
 
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well basically i'm looking to run a refferal contest users get their referral link, and can then see who gets the most people to sign up at the forum.. would even like it to require one post to help weed out spamming accounts...

is this the right mod for me?

want to run contests basically
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Old 26 Nov 2005, 01:41
Lea Verou Lea Verou is offline
 
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Originally Posted by dsmoke
well basically i'm looking to run a refferal contest users get their referral link, and can then see who gets the most people to sign up at the forum.. would even like it to require one post to help weed out spamming accounts...

is this the right mod for me?

want to run contests basically
This is the right mod about displaying the contest results.
About the first post limit it will not help You can however put users with less than 1 post in a specific usergroup (by using another mod that is availiable here) and then limit this usergroup from the statistics
But it should have to display at least one result otherwise you'll get the warnings you posted above... I should fix that in the next version but I don't have much time for coding these days...
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Old 26 Nov 2005, 01:49
dsmoke dsmoke is offline
 
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i hear ya... ok thanks! i'll just try and fudge it and grab my referer link and sign one up or somehting
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Old 26 Nov 2005, 01:53
Lea Verou Lea Verou is offline
 
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Originally Posted by dsmoke
i hear ya... ok thanks! i'll just try and fudge it and grab my referer link and sign one up or somehting
You can also tell him/her to add you in the referrer editbox during registration. That's what I usually do, I've never used my referral link (could that be why I have only 9 referrals out of 683 members? )
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  #58  
Old 26 Nov 2005, 10:52
lazytown lazytown is offline
 
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Would it really be that bad? I mean when you look at the member list it shows you how many posts each user has. Isn't the number of posts each user has already stored in the database? I don't see the need to go throught the whole post table.

-vissa

Originally Posted by Michelle
Sure, that's not hard.
But if I recall correctly it would need an extra query, and that query would be quite intensive as it goes through the whole post table.
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Old 26 Nov 2005, 16:02
Lea Verou Lea Verou is offline
 
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Originally Posted by vissa
Would it really be that bad? I mean when you look at the member list it shows you how many posts each user has. Isn't the number of posts each user has already stored in the database? I don't see the need to go throught the whole post table.

-vissa
I don't think so. AFAIK the post count is calculated at that time with a count query from the post table. I am not very sure however what is supposed to be an intensive query and what not. Maybe I should open a thread about that
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Old 27 Nov 2005, 10:58
lazytown lazytown is offline
 
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But if it was really counting them, then why can you change a user's post count in the admin panel? Even if they really only have 1 post, you can set them to 15,000 posts.. then in the member list it shows 15,000. That indicates to me it's simply a stored value and not calculated on the fly.

-vissa

Originally Posted by Michelle
I don't think so. AFAIK the post count is calculated at that time with a count query from the post table. I am not very sure however what is supposed to be an intensive query and what not. Maybe I should open a thread about that
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