XFileSharing Pro - Different download pages

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johntrader
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Different download pages

#1 Postby johntrader » Aug 18, 2011 2:14 am

Hello,

Is it possible to have 2 different download pages and displaying these download pages depending on the file extension ?

So if it's a video being uploaded it will show a video with ads and a choice to download it

and

If it's a rar being uploaded it will display a page where it will ask the user to buy premium / continue in 60 seconds.

Would it be possible to do this ?

Belgin Fish
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#2 Postby Belgin Fish » Aug 18, 2011 4:12 am

I believe the easiest way to do this would be to simply add the

<TMPL_IF video_code>

code to check if it's a video, and then do the video page stuff, and have an else and then the regular download page stuff.

You'd do this in cgi-bin/templates/download2.html

johntrader
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#3 Postby johntrader » Aug 18, 2011 3:21 pm

Belgin Fish wrote:I believe the easiest way to do this would be to simply add the

<TMPL_IF video_code>

code to check if it's a video, and then do the video page stuff, and have an else and then the regular download page stuff.

You'd do this in cgi-bin/templates/download2.html


Would this also be possible with mp3 files ?

Belgin Fish
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#4 Postby Belgin Fish » Aug 18, 2011 8:09 pm

<TMPL_IF song_url>


should do the trick, although that's for download1 so if it doesn't work you may have to change up some of the perl code to load that var.

Belgin Fish
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#5 Postby Belgin Fish » Aug 19, 2011 12:43 am

I just double checked and that code should work just fine for the mp3s on download2 :)

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PilgrimX182
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#6 Postby PilgrimX182 » Aug 21, 2011 8:50 am

Here goes special free quick hack:
in index_dl.pm find line

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   return $ses->PrintTemplate("download1.html",

and replace it with

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my $tmpl1="download1_video.html"
 if $file->{file_name}=~/\.(avi|divx|mkv|flv|mp4|wmv)$/i;
$tmpl1||="download1.html";
   return $ses->PrintTemplate($tmpl1,


then create download1_video.html template. It will be used for files with avi|divx|mkv|flv|mp4|wmv extensions.

Don't forget to backup current index_dl.pm!

Jesse202
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#7 Postby Jesse202 » Aug 21, 2011 4:18 pm

thanks. might use this one day

johntrader
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#8 Postby johntrader » Aug 23, 2011 1:15 am

Thanks for the replies everyone. What I would like to do is a little more complicated then a simple template change. I do not want free users who download mp3's to wait but I DO want the people that download any other file type to wait or get premium. Would this be possible ?

johntrader
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#9 Postby johntrader » Aug 28, 2011 3:55 am

bump

PowerChaos
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#10 Postby PowerChaos » Sep 09, 2011 2:28 pm

you can edit the code here on this place
not sure what code you need to place but if you mess a little around then you can get it to work

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   &Download2('no_checks') if  $premium &&
                               !$c->{captcha} &&
                               !$c->{download_countdown} &&
                               !$file->{file_password} &&
                               $ses->getUser->{usr_direct_downloads};

   $file = &DownloadChecks($file);

   my %secure = $ses->SecSave( $file->{file_id}, $c->{download_countdown} );

find this line in index.pm

hopely this can help a bit

Greetings From PowerChaos


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