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The attached zipped folder contains instructions on how to implement “Total Views” for each story displayed in the summary.

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File(s) included in the attached zipped folder:
• storyview.php (Make sure you save it in libs)
• Instructions HTML file display total story views.html

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    not work for me.

    | Posted 6 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Get the good module from Chuckroast

    http://pligg.com/downloads/module/story-counter/

    | Posted 6 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    this module create a multiple text file. every story for create a file. server is too much load.

    | Posted 6 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    This is not correct. In a shared hosting environment you are limited by the number of concurrent connections to the database. A simple txt file which is usually about 4kb for each story is much less than using the database which adds a lot of extra unnecessary data each time.. Since the goal is to only grab the number, doing it through tiny little txt files is actually much less load on your server.

    | Posted 6 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Actually good module. But, ex: i have 100,000 stories. create a 100,000 txt files. 100,000 X 4kb = 400,000kb (390.625MB) server size is lost for this one. i think database less than this size.

    | Posted 5 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Chuckroast is not talking about the size of the database. He said "In a shared hosting environment you are limited by the number of concurrent connections to the database. "

    This means less queries and a lot less strain on the server.

    | Posted 5 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    that's just perfect!

    | Posted 85 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

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