Archive for October, 2006

Random Sig Script Tutorial Updated

Sunday, October 22nd, 2006

The Random Signature Script Tutorial has now been updated to reflect the current design style as well as offering information on the different functions such as in the My Account page.

2 more phpBB Mods validated

Saturday, October 21st, 2006

phpBB Mods: Show Replies and Views in Topic and Remove Banned Users From Memberlist have both been validated by the phpBB MOD Team.

phpBB Mod: Change Registration Date validated!

Wednesday, October 18th, 2006

The phpBB Mod Change Registration Date has now been validated by the phpBB MOD Team. Hooray my first Mod in the MOD-DB :D .

Random Sig Script Top Ten and Overall Statistics

Wednesday, October 4th, 2006

You can now view the Top 10 most linked to Random Sigs. We have also developed a Random Sig Script Total Statistics line graph which shows the total number of hits per day in a monthly view. Both are updated in real-time.

Random Sig Script Statistics

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2006

The Random Sig Script now has a statistics page which allows you to see the hits your random signature has gotten in the current month as well as previous months and includes the monthly total, yearly total and since you registered total of hits.

andomsigscript_stats

[DEV] Random Sig Script Statistics

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2006

I thought it would be interesting to allow users to view how many hits their random sig script is getting for the current month with a total hits for the month/year and for the entire time since they have signed up. Below is what I have developed so far. I might develop a special page which displays the top 100 or so most viewed random signatures per month and year.

dev_randomsigscript_stats

UzziSoft Redesign

Sunday, October 1st, 2006

That’s right. UzziSoft has been redesigned yet again. There was something just not right with the other design template we used (probably the big text and black and greyish background, even though it seemed to look well). We’ve gone with a white background to make it easier on the eye and with a simple design. The Random Sig Script has also been updated with this design as well a now using sessions instead of cookies.