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D-Transport, new module by Xoops Mexico

Posted by BitC3R0 on 2013/2/3 1:05:39 (3466 reads) | Posted on Modules
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I've recently released D-Transport 2.0 Beta for XOOPS, based on Common Utilities.

With D-Transport you can create a downloads section in XOOPS, with new and cool features that make the files management very easy and efficient.

This module contains a lot of features such as:

✔ Friendly URLs support. Very easy to configure.
✔ Multiple files by download item.
✔ Supports screenshots for items.
✔ A features manager.
✔ Statistics for items activity.
✔ Integrate with rmcommon features.
✔ Alerts for inactivity for items.
✔ and more...

You can see the module in action in the downloads section of Xoops Mexico (note that this is not a demo).

Download the module.

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