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AACGC Steam Stats
Creator:
AACGC
Arthor:
M@CH!N3
Website:
http://www.aacgc.com
Type:
Plugin
Created:
2010
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The AACGC Steam Stats plugin allows users to enter their Steam ID in their profile and displays their Steam Badges on your website. Includes a page that shows list of users and large Steam Badges, a menu with list of users and mini Steam Badges, a menu that shows users Steam friends with mini badges, shows large badge in profiles above users signature area, and displays mini badge in forum posts.All badges and list page link to user's Steam Profile page.

IMPORTANT:
Uses 2 e107 Exteneded user fields called user_steamid & user_steamurl that you must create in the extended user fields area of your e107 admin cpanel. The extended user field is what allows users to enter their Steam ID & URL address in their profiles, without these this plugin will not work.

NOTES:
Profile badges may not work if you have a custom theme with an altered user_template or if you use an alternate profiles plugin.
Forum badges may not work if you have a custom theme with an altered forum_viewtopic_template.
Supports Gold Orbs Plugin from Father Barry for usernames

This plugin was created by AACGC & Powered by Steam
Plugin Notes:

Locating Your Steam ID#
You can find your Steam ID# by going to your profile at the Steam Community Website. In the address bar you will see (steamcommunity.com/profiles/XXXX) or (steamcommunity.com/id/XXXX) , the Xs are your ID#. Some users have a custom URL (steamcommunity.com/profiles/playername) in this case the name or words are your ID#.

Steam Profile URL
The Steam community has two seperate locations for user profiles, you may have noticed this in the section above when locating your ID#. On your Steam Community profile page, the address bar that shows your ID# also shows your profile URL. If your profile address is (steamcommunity.com/profiles/XXXX) Then your Steam Profile URL is (profile), If your profile address is (steamcommunity.com/id/XXXX) Then your Steam Profile URL is (id).


Extended User Fields:

Creating The user_steamid Extended Field
This is an important part of this plugin, without this field this plugin will not work and if not created properly the plugin will not work properly!

In your e107 Admin Cpanel, click User Extended Fields.
Click Add New Field and enter the contents below:

Field name: user_steamid
Field text: Steam ID
Field Type: Text Box
Required: No - show on signup page
Applicable: Members
Read access: Members
Write Access: Members
Allow user to hide: No

Creating The user_steamurl Extended Field
This is an important part of this plugin, without this field this plugin will not work and if not created properly the plugin will not work properly!
In your e107 Admin Cpanel, click User Extended Fields.
Click Add New Field and enter the contents below:

Field name: user_steamurl
Field text: Steam Profile URL
Field Type: Radio Buttons
Values: id , profile (make sure each value is seperate)
Required: No - show on signup page
Applicable: Members
Read access: Members
Write Access: Members
Allow user to hide: No