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Client Document Monitoring

Description

There is a git repo of this plugin, which might have more development in process then the final version here. so you may test that also at , https://github.com/hiteshjoshi/client-document-monitoring

This plugin helps in managing document and users more easily and effectively.Features :-
*You can create users more faster than wordpress default user system.
*You can upload documents and can assign to different users.
*Users can login and download/view their document.
*Everything AJAX based.

More information at http://hiteshjoshi.com/wordpress/client_document_monitoring.html
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Support & Bugs

Screenshots

  • User will have to LOG IN to download the respective document for the month/year etc.
  • After the user is LOGGED IN , the system will automatically display Files to download for the month or for the year.(as per the settings)

Installation

This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.

e.g.

  1. Upload Plugin folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Check for “Client Login” in the wordpress menu, and go to sub menu, “Settings”.
    More information at http://hiteshjoshi.com/wordpress/client_document_monitoring.html

FAQ

When I load the user side page, nothing happens. Why?

Please check if any jQuery plugin is loading in footer. This plugin is going to user MooTools after a short revision , then there will be no issue, but for now. Please don’t load any jQuery plugin at footer.

Can I assign One File to Multiple Users

No, for this moment you can’t do that. But you can assign multiple files to one user.

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Contributors & Developers

“Client Document Monitoring” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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