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ChronoComments Mod : Turning it to a "Top Commentators"

DJLN 26 Feb, 2009
Greetings Folks !

It's me again, with another twisted question... (Run awaaaaay 🤣 )


Is it possible to change the "Last Comments" mod that is given with ChronoComments
into a "Top Commentators" mods ?
It should select and display the more frequent
commentator for a - if possible selectable - period of time (week, month), a bit like this :

Top 10 Commentators of the Month :
Johnny 1 (14 comments)
Johnny 2 (7 comments)
...


Is it easily tweakable from the already existing mod, or should I wait in despair until the
next version ? :wink:
Max_admin 26 Feb, 2009
Hi Dushan,

this is possible but needs a full module written, you may wait for too long for it, but if you can look on how the current module is made and asked questions here when you have them then probably you can finish it faster and too early!🙂 its hard for me to write modules for every idea but I can help so they get done!

Regards
Max
Max
ChronoForms developer...
Did you try ChronoMyAdmin for managing your Joomla database tables ?
DJLN 27 Feb, 2009

Hi Dushan,

this is possible but needs a full module written, you may wait for too long for it, but if you can look on how the current module is made and asked questions here when you have them then probably you can finish it faster and too early!🙂 its hard for me to write modules for every idea but I can help so they get done!

Regards
Max



Well, considering my PHP capacity, I think that modifying a module is too big for me...

Maybe what I can do is to find another module that do that, and find a way to adapt it to chronocomment (but it may not be simpler at all)...

Well, it's not the most urgent thing I have to figure out for my website right now...

Thanks a lot Max,
Dushan
Max_admin 27 Feb, 2009
Hi Dushan,

Well, considering my PHP capacity, I think that modifying a module is too big for me...



no, making the module is the easiest thing to do in Joomla, look at the module structure and all you need from PHP is 2 or 3 SQL queries I believe!

Regards
Max
Max
ChronoForms developer...
Did you try ChronoMyAdmin for managing your Joomla database tables ?
DJLN 28 Feb, 2009

Hi Dushan,

no, making the module is the easiest thing to do in Joomla, look at the module structure and all you need from PHP is 2 or 3 SQL queries I believe!

Regards
Max



Well, I'm really not sure about that, but if you think
I may be able to do that by deduction from the present
module, I'll give it a try... :wink:
Max_admin 28 Feb, 2009
just look at this module backbone and then add the correct PHP and it will do it, if you need help then just put the question here and I will definitely answer ASAP 🙂

Cheers
Max
Max
ChronoForms developer...
Did you try ChronoMyAdmin for managing your Joomla database tables ?
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