Worldwide 25000 unique views per month for $10

Hi We have a website. It’s a paid to click website and we have strong anti cheat protection, anti proxy and vpn protection so we don’t have viral traffic but we have real traffic.  We have 700 to 1000 unique views per day and the member will see the ad 100% Our ads are  paid to click ads  700 to 1000 views per day.  login ads  paid to sign up ads (if you want that member sign up 100% )(if you have 100 paid to sign up credits you will get 100 sign up in your website) Banner ad on footer  Banner ad on header Our traffic is related to make money online. If you need referrals or sale ebooks, or if you want to advertise another paid to click or get paid to website then we are the best option We cannot guarantee sales because nobody can  guarantee sales but we can advise you to sale.  If you want to make sale first your product must be good second , your traffic must be related, third, Your website must be good looking, banner must be google looking, logo must be good looking.  Please never waste your money on advertising if your product is not good, if your website, banner, logo is not good because it doesn’t worth it.

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Update Product Attribute Data for All Store Views

I’m trying to update a certain attribute of all of my products programmatically. So far, I’ve used Magento\Catalog\Model\ResourceModel\Product\CollectionFactory and iterating through the products, setting data and using save() on each product. This was successful, but just for the primary store view (ID 1) but not globally or for any of the three other multistore views.

I’ve tried calling $ product->setStoreId(0) on each product, but this doesn’t work.

What’s the best way to programmatically update an attribute for all views?

Drupal 8 views query filter

I have 3 custom content types: red, blue and white. Each have 2 fields: a number and a date.

So I have a load of nodes: blue, 27, “jan 4, 2019” – white, 66, “feb 13, 2019” – blue, 27, “jun 18, 2019” – red, 20, “jun 4, 2019” – …

I want to filter out every unique number once with the most recent date. So every number could be blue, white or red.

Can this be done with views?

Views, how to construct multiple joins

I have a node activity with fields referencing the node location and a node sport_type. As in, for each activity I need to add a location and a sport type.

On the other hand I also have a node admin with references to location and sport_type. As in, I can create an admin for each sport_type and each location.

How can I create a view which results in the admin when an activity nid is given?

In SQL I would write something like:

SELECT  admin.name FROM    admin JOIN    activity ON activity.location_id = admin.location_id         AND activity.sport_type_id = admin.sport_type_id WHERE   activity.nid = :nid 

I try to create a similar query using the ui of views, where the activity_id would be passed in through the url path. I don’t know how to implement the join though… Any tips? (Using Drupal 7)

Apply generateOptions() to Custom query() in Views Filter Handler

I am trying to understand how I get the options from generateOptions() to apply to my query() function in a ManyToOne Class.

class MyClass extends ManyToOne {    public function init(ViewExecutable $  view, DisplayPluginBase $  display, array &$  options = NULL) {     parent::init($  view, $  display, $  options);     $  this->definition['options callback'] = [$  this, 'generateOptions'];   }    public function query() {      $  currentUserID = \Drupal::currentUser()->id();      $  configuration = [       'table' => 'node_access',       'field' => 'nid',       'left_table' => 'node_field_data',       'left_field' => 'nid',       'operator' => '=',     ];      $  join = Views::pluginManager('join')       ->createInstance('standard', $  configuration);      $  this->query       ->addRelationship('node_access', $  join, 'node_field_data');      $  this->query       ->addWhere('AND', 'node_access.gid', $  currentUserID, '=');      // Need another "addWhere()" statement based on options below. Something like:     $  this->query       ->addWhere('AND', 'node_access.' . array_values($  this->value), '1', $  this->operator); // <- Unsure.    }    public function generateOptions() {      return [       'grant_view' => 'Grant View',       'grant_update' => 'Grant Update',       'grant_delete' => 'Grant Delete',     ];   }  } 

Can’t say my approach is perfect!

Fundamentals: I am unsure if I use helper functions to filter my query() return, or if I get/apply options inside the query() itself.

I have tried to find the options in the query array without success.

How would I apply the generateOptions() to my query()?

If this question is best answered with a better question, I would be happy. Trying to get this to click.

How to make Fake Views on WordPress

I dont know how to code and sorry for my bad english, so i found a code here to make a random views on my post views using $ count = rand(700,999); which make a random views for my post but the problem is everytime a user click a post views changes again and not update the meta data.

function ktz_setPostViews($  postID) { $  count_key = 'post_views_count'; $  count = get_post_meta($  postID, $  count_key, true); if($  count==''){     $  count = 1;     delete_post_meta($  postID, $  count_key);     add_post_meta($  postID, $  count_key, '0'); }else{     $  count++;     $  count = rand(700,999);     update_post_meta($  postID, $  count_key, $  count); } return $  count; /* so you can show it */ 

What i want is everytime a user click a post the views add up not changes to 700 – 999..

please help i want to make a fake views for my site..

How to make Fake Views on WordPress

I dont know how to code and sorry for my bad english, so i found a code here to make a random views on my post views using $ count = rand(700,999); which make a random views for my post but the problem is everytime a user click a post views changes again and not update the meta data.

function ktz_setPostViews($  postID) { $  count_key = 'post_views_count'; $  count = get_post_meta($  postID, $  count_key, true); if($  count==''){     $  count = 1;     delete_post_meta($  postID, $  count_key);     add_post_meta($  postID, $  count_key, '0'); }else{     $  count++;     $  count = rand(700,999);     update_post_meta($  postID, $  count_key, $  count); } return $  count; /* so you can show it */ 

What i want is everytime a user click a post the views add up not changes to 700 – 999..

please help i want to make a fake views for my site..

Replacement pattern for one value of a multivalue field in views

Rewriting the results of a views field, I wonder if there is a way to use a replacement pattern for the first, second and third value of a multivalue field.

In my case, as example:

I have tried to use this rewritten tags field: [field_tagging:0] [field_tagging:1] [field_tagging:2]

However, this is not rewritten/recognized as replacement patterns.

The result I need, is that in the views field has three tag links, which have a rewritten path (in this case it also uses !1 for the contextual value in the URL)

Strip HTML tags from Field Collections in Services Views

I’m trying to strip the HTML tags from a JSON response I generated using Services Views, but I’m not having any luck so far. I have a content type with a Field Collections field in it that is outputting HTML tags no matter what I do. I’ve tried the following:

  • Check Strip HTML tags in the field settings in the view
  • Set customize field HTML to ‘None’
  • Set Customize field and label wrapper HTML to ‘None’
  • All combinations of the above
  • Making sure to turn of all ‘Provide default field wrapper elements’ options

Am I missing anything? My output still looks like this in my json:

"Animals": [             "<div class=\"entity entity-field-collection-item field-collection-item-field-product-animals clearfix\">\n  <div class=\"content\">\n    <div class=\"field field-name-field-product-animal field-type-taxonomy-term-reference field-label-above\"><div class=\"field-label\">Animal:&nbsp;</div><div class=\"field-items\"><div class=\"field-item even\">Big</div></div></div><div class=\"field field-name-field-product-withdrawal-time field-type-text field-label-above\"><div class=\"field-label\">Withdrawal time:&nbsp;</div><div class=\"field-items\"><div class=\"field-item even\">25 dg</div></div></div>  </div>\n</div>\n",             "<div class=\"entity entity-field-collection-item field-collection-item-field-product-animals clearfix\">\n  <div class=\"content\">\n    <div class=\"field field-name-field-product-animal field-type-taxonomy-term-reference field-label-above\"><div class=\"field-label\">Animal:&nbsp;</div><div class=\"field-items\"><div class=\"field-item even\">Rund vlees</div></div></div><div class=\"field field-name-field-product-withdrawal-time field-type-text field-label-above\"><div class=\"field-label\">Withdrawal time:&nbsp;</div><div class=\"field-items\"><div class=\"field-item even\">21 dg</div></div></div>  </div>\n</div>\n",             "<div class=\"entity entity-field-collection-item field-collection-item-field-product-animals clearfix\">\n  <div class=\"content\">\n    <div class=\"field field-name-field-product-animal field-type-taxonomy-term-reference field-label-above\"><div class=\"field-label\">Animal:&nbsp;</div><div class=\"field-items\"><div class=\"field-item even\">Pluimvee ei</div></div></div><div class=\"field field-name-field-product-withdrawal-time field-type-text field-label-above\"><div class=\"field-label\">Withdrawal time:&nbsp;</div><div class=\"field-items\"><div class=\"field-item even\">6 dg</div></div></div>  </div>\n</div>\n" 

Any help on this is greatly appreciated.

Views Custom Field Handlers tokens

I am using simple views custom field handler. And I would like to make list of custom tokens for this $ data array I have. How could I do that?

class custom_views_handler_field_hostname extends views_handler_field {    function render($  value) {       $  location = get_some_data_from_outside;       foreach ($  location as $  key => $  value) {       $  data [] =  $  key. ': ' . $  value;     }      if (!is_array($  value)) {       return theme('item_list',           array(             'items' => $  data,             'title' => NULL,             'type' => 'ul'           ));     }   }