After enabling the plugin everything worked just as shown on the documentation web site.
One would expect a short tutorial on making adjustments and/or selections on the back end. It does show what the front end registration form looks like as provided upon installation. Fields can be adjusted, removed and added in the backend.
The front end is coupled to the standard User Registration and collects your specified additional profile info. The stock component provides a number of fields that are easily changed. The component allowed me to create new accounts and included all the required fields. Also, the standard Edit User Profile menu selection provided for editing the new user profile fields provided by this component. This provides the capability for currently registred users to change all their profile data on the front end.
I'm using this component to allow master gardeners the capability of selecting their graduation class year, continuing education preferences and other gardening experience categories.
When I suggested that the events displayed didn't have an AM/PM time selection, I was surprised to see in implemented in the next upgrade, eventhough the developer indicated that I could have it done for a fee.
Multiple calendars are supported out of the box. You can have one calendar for example teachers and one for students, another for janitors. etc.
There's one minor thing that it doesn't have which is standard with most modules. When saving events it has Save and Save & Close, but it doesn't have a Save & New. That causes an extra step when inputting multiple events to a calendar.
All in all, this is a great calendar.
One draw back is that it only has product size and color. There could be a variable description field that would let you place your own item name and attributes.
Example: Pet -> Dog, Cat, Pony etc.
It's a nice start for a small shop.
I then tried the ver BETA 1.4 and got an installation error that the system couldn't read the XML file. Clearly, both versions need some work.
When I began developing this module, should I only use it for a page on facebook and have not thought about that it could be used for anything other than that.
I'm sorry about the problem with 1.4 BETA! But it was only a problem for 3-4 days, before it was reported and a new version was uploaded.
Btw. 1.4 is nearly ready for a stable release with HTML 5 support, SEF Support, and totally re-design!
Sorry for your wasted time on the module.
It resets all hit counters at once to zero. There is no option to select a single article for reset.
This module is most useful for when you have completed the development of a site and you want a fresh reset of all hit counters prior to going live.
Another use would be to do a monthly or yearly hit count reset. No need to go into the database.