Top posters with total number of members

Displays Top posters with total number of members like on http://csqa.info

<?php $users = db_query("SELECT COUNT(nid) AS count, {users}.uid, {users}.name FROM {node} LEFT JOIN {users} ON {node}.uid = {users}.uid WHERE {node}.uid != 0 GROUP BY uid ORDER BY count DESC LIMIT 5");
while ($user = db_fetch_object($users)) {
print "uid."\">".$user->name."";
}
?>

<?php $users1 = db_query("SELECT Count(uid) as count1 from users");
while ($user1 = db_fetch_object($users1)) {
print "Total members: ".$user1->count1;
}
?>

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Display joining date on Who's new block.

You will have to hack the user.module for this. So be careful while you upgrade.

Find this place at around line 570 in user.module (in function user_block):

<?php
case 2:
if (user_access('access content')) {
// Retrieve a list of new users who have subsequently accessed the site successfully.
$result = db_query_range('SELECT uid, name FROM {users} WHERE status != 0 AND access != 0 ORDER BY created DESC', 0, 5);
while ($account = db_fetch_object($result)) {
$items[] = $account;
}
$output = theme('user_list', $items);

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Display useful site statistics - Combine Site summary and Site statistics

xstatistics is a contributed drupal module that provides useful statistics to user. There are two block that give the site statistics.

I found it useful to combine those two blocks into one and provide all the Site Statistics in one place.

Create a new block and paste the code below, select input format as "php"


<?php

$res = db_query('SELECT totalcount, daycount FROM {node_counter}');
while($count = db_fetch_object($res)) {
$count_nodes_view_tot = $count_nodes_view_tot + $count->totalcount;
$count_nodes_view_day = $count_nodes_view_day + $count->daycount;

Make the node links prominent or change appearance.

Node links are the links that usually appear on footer of each node, namely - "Read More", "Add Comment" etc.

It is usually a good practice to make it prominent to improve the look of the website.

You will have to modify the

1. Style sheet
2. node.tpl.php.

To make the node links appear like on http://www.csqa.info/drp/general_topics_quality_concepts ( light green ) add the following to your .css file

.links2 {
border-bottom: 1px solid #bbb;
padding-bottom: 0.75em;
margin-bottom: 1.5em;
background-color: #E9FFCA;
color: #235F6B;
border-top: 1px solid #bbb;
padding-top: 0.5em;

Attach Secondary menu under Primary or Move it around

This explains how to attach Secondary menu under Primary like on http://csqa.info

You just need to know a bit HTML here. Find this code in your page.tpl.php


<?php if (isset($secondary_links)) { ?>
<?php print theme('links', $secondary_links) ?>
<?php } ?>

Move it below the code for primary menu. Below is the snippet from bluemarine theme.

<?php if (isset($primary_links)) { ?><?php print theme('links', $primary_links) ?><?php } ?>

Highlight Selected Primary Menu item

Selected Primary menu items are not highlighted in default themes. If you wish to have this feature as on

http://csqa.info then

You will have to

1. Modify Style sheet
2. Modify page.tpl.php
3. Need attached images.

1. Add the following to your .css file. I am using bluemarine theme

#primary {
float: left;
width: 100%;
/*background: url("bg.gif") repeat-x bottom;*/
font-size: 118%;
line-height: normal;
background-color: transparent;
}

#primary ul {
margin: 0;
padding: 8px 8px 0;
list-style: none;
}

#primary a, #primary strong, #primary span {

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