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xF1 Add-on Trending Content Tags 1.1.8

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Compatible XF Versions
  1. 1.5
This is a BETA, as it is not yet feature complete.

A trending sidebar widget using XenForo 1.5's content tagging system.
  • Implements caching of the trending stats.
  • Multiple sources of 'activity'.
  • Threshold of activity before displaying.
  • Relatively lightweight.
Todo before this is considered v1.0 worthy:
  • Per source of activity weighting.
  • Reduce contention when updating activity stats (use caching rather than DB).
  • Implement purging of sufficiently old activity stats.
  • Provide graphs of activity over time per tag.

Options under Content Tagging:
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Installation

I recommend usingAdd-on install & upgradeorInstall and Upgrade by waindigoto install this addon.

Contributing features or bug fixes
Please create a Github Pull request via the "Find more info at github.com..." link.

Author
AnimeHaxor
Size
23.2 KB
Extension
zip
Downloads
25
Views
1,491
First release
Last update

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