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[Block] members with the most "posts per day"?

Started by adirisman, April 25, 2009, 11:41:25 AM

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chrishicks

#10
I was wondering if someone could tell me why neither of the codes above work for me when I try to apply this as a center block in my memberlist from the custom action.

EDIT: I figured it out. It was turned off(hidden in memberlist) in the settings.

Another question now. I used the second code in this topic and was wondering if someone could tell me how to add horizontal rule to separate the users.

JPDeni

The printout on the second code is here:


echo '<table width=100%>';
foreach($poster as $top_user)
{
echo '<tr>
      <td align="left" width=100%>' . $top_user['link'] . '</td>
      <td align="left">| '. $top_user['count'] . '</td>
      </tr>';
}
echo '</table>';


You have two choices. Either you can remove the table formatting and add one hr or you can add two hrs -- one to each table cell. Either way, it's just basic html.


echo '<table width=100%>';
foreach($poster as $top_user)
{
echo '<tr>
      <td align="left" width=100%>' . $top_user['link'] . '<hr /></td>
      <td align="left">| '. $top_user['count'] . '<hr /></td>
      </tr>';
}
echo '</table>';


or


foreach($poster as $top_user)
{
echo '$top_user['link'] . ' | '. $top_user['count'] . '<hr />';
}

WBA Dude

Sorry. Is this added in the html or php blocks?

Ken.

Quote from: WBA Dude on June 14, 2009, 09:19:13 AM
Sorry. Is this added in the html or php blocks?

Give it a try both ways to see what works, that way you don't have to wait for an answer. :up:
" If everything seems under control, you're not going fast enough." - Mario Andretti
Yesterday When I was Young.



JPDeni

Take a look at the code. If it includes echo in it anywhere, it's php code.

WBA Dude


sandmannd

For some reason I have a hard time getting PHP codes to work. I tride this and it won't work for me. I would love to have this block. Any hints on what I did wrong. I copied and pasted the code into a PHP Code block. Made sure my members were checked and hit save and then activated it. What else would I need to do?

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JPDeni

QuoteAny hints on what I did wrong.

Only if you tell us what "won't work" means. Are you getting an error message? A blank block? No block at all? Strange letters?