Written on 26-Jul-2009 by webjam
The Top networks module allows you to display a list of the 'top networks' in a specific channel or across all networks. The aim of this module is to foster discovery of interesting and relevant content for your users. The default criterion is the top networks by popularity (page views). You may choose to display other criteria – the most active networks, and the networks with the largest number of members. Hide paging controls - hide the paging options and 'Next' button, and display only one page of results of the top networks with no options to view more results.
Networks per page: choose the number of networks to display on a page. To view more there will be a 'Next' button.
Show sort options: allow users to view the top networks based on other criteria- the most active networks (in the last seven days), and the networks with the largest number of members.
Select channel: select a channel to display the top networks from (the channel the current network belongs to, or all networks across channels).
Allow replication: allow other users to replicate this module and display the top networks on their network.