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Re: Sparklines

Postby dazza1223 » Thu Feb 22, 2018 9:05 pm

have u got ftp i will help u buddy?
have fun and keep learning

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Re: Sparklines

Postby jdc » Thu Feb 22, 2018 9:29 pm

Hi, unfortunately I can not configure this script .... are not clear the steps below taken from the file readme.txt, especially the second point where I would like to use the file 'sparkline_tags.txt


Copy 'sparklines.txt. to your local 'Cumulus\web' folder.

Then in 'Configuration', 'Internet', on the 'Files' tab add under 'Local Filenames' e.g. C:\Cumulus\web\sparkline_tags.txt (or use Browse button)

and under 'Remote Filnames' add e.g. cumulus/sparkline_tags.php (Depending where your files are stored on webserver)

Check the boxes 'Process' and 'FTP'

This will create sparkline_tags.php on your server with data ready for the script to collect. It will be updated at the Update Interval set in Internet Settings.
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