Zeal Related Entries

Developer

ZealousWeb

3rd Party (Free)

1 downloads (last 90 days)

Open Software License 3.0

Download v1.0.0

EE Version Support

  • ExpressionEngine 2

Compatibility

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Requirements

  • jQuery for the Control Panel

Add-On Type(s)

Module

Tags

Related Entries Module made for show Customer's visited Entries. "Related Entries" is an intelligent as well as a very useful plugin that keeps track of visitors' visited entries and store them in database. This plugin will suggest your site visitors with Entries which were mostly explored by other visitors. These suggestions display on pages that are based on the current Entry.

Back-End:

After installation, go to control panel > Add-Ons > Modules > Related Products.
Click on Related Entries.
Setting for Related Entries will display.
Set the default parameters as your wish.

  • Limit Parameter will set limit of the output products.
  • Filter item by its category will search or filter Related Entries by category of current entry.

Front-End:

Function 1: To Store the values in Cookie and enter the data in to the database:

Tag:  {exp:related_entries:bind entry_id=”{entry_id}”}

Where, “related_entries” is the name of module and “bind” is the name of the function

Note: This expression takes entry_id as parameter. This entry_id is ID of the product. without this the exp loop will not except the function.

Example :

{exp:channel:entries url_title="{segment_3}" disabled="..disabled parameters.."}
{exp:related_entries:bind entry_id="{entry_id}"}
... Content Code ...
{/exp:channel:entries}


Function 2: To get the Related Entries from the database:

Tag:  {exp:related_entries:find url_title=”{segment_2}”}

where “related_entries” is the name of module and “find” is the name of function.
Note: This expression takes url_title as parameter. Without this the exp loop will not except the function. Also it outputs {rel_entry_id} which is our output in entry ids separated by “|”. Example(6|8|5).

Example:

{exp:related_entries:find url_title="{segment_2}" order_by="DESC"}
{exp:channel:entries entry_id="{rel_entry_id}" dynamic="no" orderby="title" sort="desc"}
<h2>{title}</h2>
... Content Code ...
{/exp:channel:entries}
{/exp:related_entries:find}


Facilitated parameters in this function:

Name Value Mandatory
entry_id Entry ID YES
order_by “ASC”,“DESC”,“RAND” NO
parse inward YES
category Category Id(s) / “All” NO
limit Your limit in number NO


You will get output in :

Name Mandatory Output
{rel_entry_id} YES Product IDs With pipe separated ex:(1|5|8|12)


Note : Provide limit and category parameter in sort code will override the default settings of Module control panel.

Download Zeal Related Entries

EE Support Downloads Add-On Version Release Date
2.2.0+ Download 1.0.0 Sep 21, 2015

This entry was created September 21, 2015, 3:45 pm.
This entry was last updated September 22, 2015, 11:01 am.

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