Addons for WP available for download

I worked all the week-end in my house (in the kitchen in fact). Some manual work, “bricolage” as we say in French….But I took few seconds to deliver you few of my modules for WordPress.

So now, you are able to download :

  • psnStat which is the TFS addon module (you can see it in action on the right side of this page, requires TFS installed).
  • psnStatGraph which is the Pie3D of psnStat (requires JPGraph)
  • psnGallery which is the Coppermine addon (you can see it in action on this site, each time you see “random” pictures they are coming from a Coppermine album of the ).

I hope you will have fun with those add-ons to WordPress.

If you use one of those scripts, please, let me know !
If you want few adaptations or new functionnalities, I will be happy (if possible) to do it !

Read you soon !

7 thoughts on “Addons for WP available for download”

  1. Thanks. That worked a treat. I realised I was missing some of the image graphics as well 🙂 But the text stuff is working. Now to try the fancier version….

  2. Well, of course, as usual with TFS, you have to add a call to the famous “include” for each page you want to “monitor”.

    Here is the code for the RH column :

    echo TFSWhoAreYou('basedirectory','flagsdir','osdir','browserdir','dbname');
    echo TFStatBrowser('thisweek',5,1,'browserdir','dbname');
    echo TFStatOS('thisweek',5,1,'osdir','dbname');
    echo TFStatVisitor('today',5,1,'flagsdir','dbname');
    echo TFStatCountry('forever',99,1,'flagsdir','dbname');

  3. Any chance you could show off your stats code (used in the RH column) to help me (and others) work out what to do with the files we download? I set up TFS ok (and it is working after I hacked the REMOTE_ADDR code to work with my cache) I have your module and no idea what to do with it. At a wild guess I stuck it in the tfs directory and then ‘included’ it in my wordpress index.php on the assumption that I could then use the modules (ala call the functions) and expect to see some output. Nothing yet. It looks really cool on your site and I would like to get mine doing something similar – a quick outline of the calling code would be great. Thanks.

  4. I am working on the documentation for all my modules. Soon a dedicated section of this site will be available for that.

    See the post of today for further info….

  5. Could you please explain to me how I can use your psnGallery addon for WordPress? Do I have to add it to my-hacks.php?

    Thanks in advance!

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