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Unmaintained WordPress Display Forum Stats 1.2.5

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Display some forum stats in a wordpress widget. After installing the widget you will be able to display the following forum stats in a widget.
Display Forums with the most posts​
Display Top Posters​
Display Latest Posts​

Multiple options:
modify the css, use PDO or SQL database connection, custom table and column titles, exclude certain nodes, exclude usergroups, and more.

The widget output can be modified to your specific needs. If you need help send me a message and I will help you modify it.

The widget should work with all versions of WordPress > version 2.8.


If you like the widget and would like to support more great widgets, please consider donating a few $$$; so I will be motivated to release some more add-ons. Thanks. :)


1)Using wordpress's admin control panel, choose the option, Plugins --> Install New
2)Use the upload function to upload the ".zip" file to the wordpress plugin directory
a)if you can't upload the ".zip" you can use an ftp client to copy the files to your wordpress plugins directory​
b)extract / expand / the files from the ".zip" file on your local computer​
c)use your FTP client to upload the files to the plugin directory which is normally located at /wordpress/wp-content/plugins/​
3)After the files are in place; in wordpress's admin control panel go to the menu option Settings --> Forum Stats
4)Follow the directions at the top of the screen for entering in the settings
5)Click Save Changes
6)In wordpress's admin control panel go to the menu Appearance --> Widgets
7)Drag the widge eip Forum Stats in to the appropriate area, i.e. Footer 1
8)Check the appearance
9)Edit the css file located in the plugins directory
/eipSoftwareStats/styles/style_forumstats.css to customize the look for your particular needs
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