Downloads Manager

Downloads: 1884
Category: Plugin
Compatible with: GetSimple 3.0 - 3.2

Last Updated: April 7, 2013
Tags: downloading file management files Prasoon Gupta CPI ComputerPlanetIndia.com
Author: prasoongupta
Author Website: http://www.computerplanetindia.com
Support: Support Forum

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Plugin Description:

What it does ? If you want to provide some Downloading stuff from your website, and are concerned about - Preventing Leeching of files from your server - Hiding the actual location of your files - Keep Count of the number of Downloads - Logging the Downloads with details IP Address/Date/Time of each download

Then this is the right Module for you. There is a easy way to use this module, though in alpha stage, if some contributors join we can add separate file browser for the Download Files, to enable easy uplaoding and easy linking.

DEMO : http://www.samrikinstitute.com/index.php?id=friend-foe-faith Click on Download ePub edition

Download Manager Author : Prasoon Gupta | Credits : Simon Stenhouse

A Detailed Document come after installation in Pugins tab.

Install Instructions:

How to use ? After Activating the plugin, it generates TWO Folder in the Site's 'datauploads' folder with the required permissions,

-- DATA : The Logs of Downloads, Hacking and Leech attempts are saved here -- xjo056 (Naam mein kya rakha hai!) : This folder contains your files to be Downloaded.

Reason for chosing the UPLOAD folder is that you can access it from FILES tab in ADMIN Panel. The Plugin works on FILENAME, so you need to use the proper Filenames in your Page Code. Upload your files in 'xjo056' folder

Plugin provides 3 Tags you can use for : - {downloadlink[yourfile]} - Provides the link to Download. You can post the link like this also 'plugins/downloads/download.php?[yourfile]' - {filesize[yourfile]} - Gives the File Size of the file specified. - {filecount_[yourfile]} - gives the Number of Times the file was downloaded

Example Usage Download [yourfile]
File Size: {filesize[Yourfilename]}

Download Count: {filecount
[Yourfilename]}

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