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How to Sum Up “Global: PHP” Field Values in Drupal 7 Views

Filed under: CMS — Tags: , , , , , — Sezgin Bayrak @ 20:02

Drupal 7In Views, summing up custom php query results among themselves and getting the totals individually can be a problematic or even impossible task if you try to do this by using aggregation method or Views Calc module. After wasting considerable amount of time with these helpless methods, I decided to go wild and finally found a convenient solution via PHP approach.


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Displaying the Total Number of Rows Returned by Views in Drupal 7

Filed under: CMS — Tags: , , , — Sezgin Bayrak @ 15:18

Drupal 7If you need to display the total number of rows returned by Views, you need to simply add a “Global: PHP” field in the HEADER or FOOTER of your view setup and place the following PHP code inside the Output code area. Label you give here will only be displayed administratively. Don’t forget to use <?php and ?> delimiters to enclose PHP code.


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Get Your FeedBurner Subscriber Count (Reader Statistics) with PHP and cURL

Filed under: CMS — Tags: , , , — Sezgin Bayrak @ 11:04

Google FeedBurner LogoEither for disposing your FeedBurner reader counts within your own CSS structure instead of using default FeedBurner chicklet or just for storing the data as for further references, you may want to grab the subscriber counts automatically in text format. We can accomplish this by using a small PHP – cURL script and FeedBurner’s Awareness API. There are a few things you need to consider before using the script. First, you must have a cURL support enabled for PHP in your web server. Second, you need to visit “My Feeds” administration interface and activate FeedCount service under Publicize section.

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Creating Dynamic & Realtime Statistical Charts By Integration Of Google Analytics API And Google Chart API

Recently Google put 2 APIs in commission. While Google Analytics API, the first one of them enables developers to integrate GA profile information details, reports and the statistical data with their web and mobile applications by accessing read-only to their existing Google Analytics profiles through their client applications they developed, Google Chart API provides you to create dynamic graphical charts in PNG format and in various kinds (Bar, Line, Radar, Scatter plot, Venn diagram, Pie, Google-o-meter, Maps) by means of URLs that you’ll specially form as frequent inputs.

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