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Social Engine Last Logged In Users

Description

This plugin/widget will display your Last X Logged In Social Engine Users on your WordPress blog. You may customize a lot of features, such as:

  • the total number of users
  • the total number of users per-line
  • the date format
  • a lot of style preferences like: colours, borders, pic dimensions a.s.o.

The widget and the plugin have separate configurations.

Screenshots

  • screenshot-1.jpg

Installation

This section describes how to install the JooMood WP-SE plugin and get it working.

  1. Open the file named giggi_database.php inside the folder giggi_functions

  2. Fill the variables to connect to your Social Engine db; provide a path to your Social Engine Directory and to your WordPress blog.

  3. Save and close the giggi_database.php file.

  4. Upload the 2 folders named wp-se_lastlogged and giggi_functions to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory if you already uploaded giggi_functions folder (for another JooMood plugin) you don’t need to upload it again.

  5. CHMOD to 755 or to 777 (according to your server) the file named image.php and the folder named imagecache (inside the wp-se_lastlogged folder)

  6. Activate the plugin/widget through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

  7. Place <?php joomood_lastlogged(); ?> in your templates

FAQ

Can I choose between usernames/full names?

Yes, you may choose to display your users by their username, or full names, or to hide both if you want.

May I change the tabs colours in order to have them like my blog ones?

Of course, you may customize the colours of every part of the user boxes

May I change the dimensions of the user pics?

Yes, you may choose your personal pic width and height and every pic will be resized according to them.

Contributors & Developers

“Social Engine Last Logged In Users” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.