PHP-Nuke Evolution Xtreme v3.0.1b - US Version

New Members List Module
Date: Tue May 18, 2021 4:29 am
Topic: PHP-Nuke Evolution Xtreme Modules


Module Name: Members List
Author: Ernest Allen Buffington
Contributor: Lonestar (http://lonestar-modules.com)
Version: v2.0.0
License: GNU General Public License version 2
Core: PHP-Nuke Titanium v.2.0.0a <> 4.0.0 - PHP-Nuke Evolution Xtreme v2.0.9d <> 3.0.1b
Description: Website Member List - Search Website Member List.

This module appeared to be incomplete and broken. The status of the users in the user list did not reflect if the user was currently online or offline. The user's website icon was missing, the user's Facebook icon was missing and the gender icon was missing as well. The members' list was written with a task and a goal to begin with and that was to automate finding and sending a user message or visiting a user's website. We did not add the user's email back to the search criteria of the member list as it is not needed. Send them a private message instead and the web portal will send them an email telling them they have a new message waiting for them.

Added Features:

  • Added A Profile Pic
  • Added Private Message Icon
  • Added a Website Icon that only shows up if the member has a website listed on their profile
  • Added a Facebook icon that only shows up if the user has their Facebook account listed on their profile.
  • Added New Gender Icons
  • Fixed users online status in the members list as it was not working
  • Added animated ONLINE image
  • Fixed users offline status in the members list as it was not working
  • Added animated OFFLINE image
  • If the person has marked theirself hidden on their profile, only admins can see them in the member list
  • If a person leaves the Location field blank it defaults to The Interwebs


ToDo:

  • Make it so that admins can search by e-mail
  • Add edit users profile from member list for admins only
  • Change the rest of the CMS code so that when a user is hidden, they are truly hidden
  • Fix visitor log so that it does not reflect when a hidden person is online

 









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