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Dr_MarshallDate: Thursday, 2010-09-09, 8:52 PM | Message # 1
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I was wondering if perhaps you guys had the code for the "Statistics Forum" and "Visited Today" i have tried this in the past with a code provided but it did not seem to work quite right.

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AnimorphDate: Thursday, 2010-09-09, 8:55 PM | Message # 2
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yes we have biggrin i'm gonna help u , so whats not working for u making the informers or making the code for in forum ?
 
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Dr_MarshallDate: Thursday, 2010-09-09, 8:57 PM | Message # 3
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The code i had gotten was from uCozers but it was a basic code i believe. Like a template for the forum. I have a very basic knowledge of the coding(i have a very trail and error based learning process with it).
 
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AnimorphDate: Thursday, 2010-09-09, 9:01 PM | Message # 4
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okay well i will make a small tutorial in here in this post

Go to Admin panel ---> Design templates ---> General appearance of forum pages ----> Find $BODY$ and place this code AFTER $BODY$

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<table border="0" width="100%" bgcolor="#FFFFFF" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" class="gTable">
  <tr>
  <td class="gTableTop" colspan="5">Statistics Forum</td>
  </tr>
  <tr>
  <td width="25%" class="gTableSubTop">Recent Posts</td>
  <td width="25%" class="gTableSubTop">Readable topic</td>
  <td width="25%" class="gTableSubTop">Top Users </td>
  <td width="25%" class="gTableSubTop">New User</td>
  </tr>
  <tr>
  <td class="gTableBody1" style="padding:10px;">$MYINF_1$</td>
  <td class="gTableBody1" style="padding:10px;">$MYINF_2$</td>
  <td class="gTableBody1" style="padding:10px;">$MYINF_3$</td>
  <td class="gTableBody1" style="padding:10px;">$MYINF_4$</td>
  </tr>
  </table>

After that we can creat the informers so make a reply when u are done with this

 
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Dr_MarshallDate: Thursday, 2010-09-09, 9:05 PM | Message # 5
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Alright i have done this step so far, but the first block to the left says "Guests are not permitted to view the module".
 
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AnimorphDate: Thursday, 2010-09-09, 9:05 PM | Message # 6
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Go to Control Panel -> Informers

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Create informer -> Informer name: Recent Posts -> Section: Forum -> Sorting mode: Latest updated threads -> Entries: 10 Columns: 1 -> Click on 'create'.

Readable or populair topic

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-> Create second informer -> Informer name: Most Popular Threads -> Section: Forum -> Sorting mode: Most popular threads -> Entries: 10 Columns: 1 -> Click on 'create'.

Top Users

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-> Create third informer -> Informer name: Top Users -> Section: Users -> Sorting mode: Num. of forum posts -> Entries: 10 Columns: 1 -> Click on 'create'.


New User

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-> Create last informer -> Informer name: Newest Users -> Section: Users -> Sorting mode: Registration date D -> Entries: 10 Columns: 1
-> Click on 'create'.


YOUR PROBLEM

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"Guests are not permitted to view the module".

When you create informer on forum, you should let guests the option for reading the forum.
if you restrict guests to view or read the forum, then the informer that you have created for forum won't work and it will give a message "Guests are not permitted to view the module".
Because Informers output the information only available for guests.
So set permission for guests to view the module.

 
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Dr_MarshallDate: Thursday, 2010-09-09, 9:24 PM | Message # 7
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Is there a way to do this without an informer?, only the First two are unavailable.
 
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AcidDate: Thursday, 2010-09-09, 9:29 PM | Message # 8
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Apollo, No.
This is working, you are probably doing something wrong.

make sure they have the names $MYINF_1$ $MYINF_2$ $MYINF_3$ $MYINF_4$


 
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Dr_MarshallDate: Thursday, 2010-09-09, 9:33 PM | Message # 9
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I know it would work, but i have guests access restricted for a reason. Thus the first two modules will not show up, well thank your for all of the help anyways.
 
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AcidDate: Thursday, 2010-09-09, 9:40 PM | Message # 10
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Apollo, You can let guest see the forum, but not the sections and such.
Do that and everything will work.

Added (2010-09-09, 9:40 PM)
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btw, posted a tutorial of the codes.


 
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AnimorphDate: Thursday, 2010-09-09, 9:43 PM | Message # 11
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Quote (Acid)
btw, posted a tutorial of the codes.

thanks and Apollo, just do what acid said thats somthing that will work 100% just like my work

 
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mmg1818Date: Friday, 2011-08-12, 5:35 AM | Message # 12
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i need this , thanks.
 
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interoutDate: Monday, 2011-09-05, 0:06 AM | Message # 13
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But how to do that show avatar?

Like here:







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