I still would like to see the reset button on individual articles but this extension does what it says.
Lets you reset an article's hit counter without having to go through your database with phpmyadmin.
You publish this extension on the Admin cPanel and you will get a list of all your articles and the ability to reset the hit counter for individual articles.
The articles are listed in alphabetical order. There's no search filter or category filter so if you have a ton of articles you may need to scroll through a long page list.
Aesthetically, reset button text is not in english as well as the module name and column titles look like this: "MOD_BO_RESETARTICLEHITS_ITEMS" & "MOD_BO_RESETARTICLEHITS_RESET_HITS".
If you need to reset hit counter for individual articles, this will do it as long as you don't mind the flaws aesthetically and scrolling through a long page if you have tons of articles.
thank you for your review.
I have updated the module with some new features. Now it should be better to handle the articles.
Had a similar situation like BoberFett below and had to do the same edit in the helper.php file. Thanks for the fix BoberFett!!!
Other than that ... mod works great out of the box.
Been using this excellent editor on all my sites. Thanks again!
Thanks Abishai, pleased you like it! The folder idea is the brain child of our head developer, Andrew. I will let him know you like it!
Hopefully dual login/logout feature from either joomla or forum will be available soon. Can't wait to see the final release.
Also, I ocnverted my Fireboard 1.0.3 to SMF then to phpbb3. Only thing lost from conversion was Avatars and broken links to uploaded pictures.