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[Pepper] Nametags for Mint 1.2+ and Mint 2.0+

Third-Party Pepper Developer
Posted on Mar 16, '07 at 04:20 am

Sorry for the delay but I was quite busy the last few weeks. But I’ve managed to release version 0.2 of my Nametags pepper:

Nametags for Mint 1.2+ & 2.0+ is a Pepper where you can tag your visitors. It views the visitors information like XXX Strong mint does but now you can add some extra tags to specific visitors.

Nametags records the IP address of your visitor so please check your private policy.

Tagging is done in two different ways:

  • Tagging by IP address You can add a tag to an IP address so when this IP address visits your website the tag is added in the visitors statistics. Every IP tag is shown as red in the statistics. Nametags 0.2+ has the option to save a cookie when the particular IP address visits your website. When this computer visits your website using a different IP address you can still track them.

  • Tagging by cookie This is the cool stuff :) For example: if you have a website where users login you can track every user using the ‘tagging by cookie’ functionality. Just set a cookie with the user name and you’re done! You can configure multiple cookienames to track.


check: http://mint.ufx.nl/?p=nametags


You can download Nametags 0.2 at: http://mint.ufx.nl/nametags-0.2.zip

Posted on Mar 16, '07 at 08:55 am

Awesome. Downloading and checking it out now. Great pepper.

Third-Party Pepper Developer
Posted on Mar 23, '07 at 05:21 pm

I just released a new version because of some incompatibilities with the Secret Crush pepper:


~ 0.31 - 20070323

  • Due to conflicts with the Secret Crush pepper Nametags now uses it’s own field for recording the IP address. Inefficient, but the only way to make Nametags independent of the Secret Crush pepper;
  • Proxy IP addresses are recognised now;
  • Still Mint 1.2+ & 2.0 compatible :);
  • Some code changes & bugfixes.
R Mitchell
Third-Party Pepper Developer
Posted on Mar 26, '07 at 11:26 pm

Nice. The only thing that Crushes does, that I use, that Nametags doesn’t is show the IP number in the drop down as well as the long strung out name/IP number. Nametags is very useful though. Probably my favorite pepper now. Thanks!

Posted on Oct 25, '07 at 01:56 pm

Hi uFx,

This might be a dumb question—for every tag I set, the name appears both in red and green text; i.e., name (green) • name (red). I know the red text is the IP tag I’ve assigned but what does the green text signify?

Posted on Oct 26, '07 at 02:11 am

MySQL Error (from Nametags): You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ‘LIMIT 0,25’ at line 1. (1064)

pulled this up in safari debug but doesn’t appear on FF.

Posted on Jul 12, '08 at 06:18 am

Hi uFx, I’m having trouble with one thing in the pepper; it’s no biggie but I’m just wondering why you think it’s happening.

Whenever I try to add at tag inline (via “edit IP tag” in the pepper’s pane) It just shows the rotating balls but doesn’t do anything after that. I try refreshing, and whatever I type in there is not saved.

Would appreciate why this is so, and suggestions on what I can do (server/folder permissions?) to make it work.

I’m having the same problem as nargz, any idea?

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