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This package is a XOOPS CMS module to manage files attached to posts.
It provides a Web based user interface that can be made available in any site that users XOOPS to perform operations to manage files that can be associated to posts or pages generated by XOOPS or other modules. Currently it can:
- Handle the file uploads with support to restrict the accepted file types
- Manage the rights to access to the uploaded files to given users or user groups
- Limit the access to files during a period of time
- Limit the access of a user to many files during a period
- Support display messages in multiple idioms
|XOOPS is a popular PHP content management system that can be used to create posts in HTML pages.
Some sites need to be able to make certain files available for download. Those files are usually associated to a given page from which the users can download the files.
This package implements a XOOPS module that allows publishers to manage the files to be attached to a given post published using XOOPS.
xmdoc module for XOOPS CMS is a documents management module.
This module is initially complementary to the modules of the xm-modules series. In fact, associated with these, it will allow you to add documents to your articles (xmnews module) and to your static pages (xmcontent module). It is possible to integrate into any module! To do this, just follow the tutorial on https://www.monxoops.fr.
Here are some interesting elements of the module:
Fine management of rights by user groups, for each category (Access, Suggest, Edit and Approve, Delete)
Anti-leeching filter possible with list of authorized sites
Possible limitation of the number of downloads for each file in 24 hours per user
Choice of authorized extensions (from a list> 100)
Multi-languages FR GB/US
Please visit us on https://www.monxoops.fr
Current and upcoming "next generation" versions of XOOPS CMS are crafted on GitHub at: https://github.com/XOOPS
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