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How to update top clickers daily?
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manoj2k2
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Dec 20, 2009 09:25 pm

In my site always shows the top clicker's clicks from the start day.

For example :
If i joined yesterday and clicks 5 ads.
Today it shows 5 ads clicks and in the earning area it shows only remaining ads. Those clicked ads are not showing in next day.

it means each ads showing only 1 times. always the todays click shows total number of clicks made from the start date.

Please help me out to solve this problem.

I bought this site from http://maderitescripts.com/

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Manoj
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Reply #1: Dec 20, 2009 09:49 pm

To solve the problem you have to setup Cron Jobs in your hosting control panel.

After you have setup the Cron Jobs everything will update, including the ads.
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Reply #2: Dec 20, 2009 09:52 pm

Thank You for reply....

But I don't know How to setup cron job?
Please tell me in details.

I am new to this line...

Thank You.

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Reply #3: Dec 21, 2009 07:10 am

your problem has been taken care of your cron job password and your site setting for cron password were different.
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