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Today Kalmar County Museum released a small campaign site where people can vote for their favorite building in the city of Kalmar (Sweden). The site uses latest PW dev version and Somas excellent Pollino module. The maps are powered by Leaflet and map tiles are from Mapbox. http://kvarnholmen.kalmarlansmuseum.se/
Hi, I'm working on implementing a poll system with a variable number of choices that a user can vote form (via a submission form). Currently, each poll question is stored as a page with each choice being a child of the Poll page (as seen below). Additionally, each choice has a "votes" field which tracks the number of votes a particular choice gets. --Poll ----Choice 1 ----Choice 2 ----Choice 3 However, I'm unsure how to limit the number of times a user can vote on a particular poll. Ideally, I would like to allow a user to vote once a day (every 24 hours), so I'm assuming I would have to do this by logging the user's IP address each time a vote is cast. I'm assuming that this would need to be done automatically by the voting function and I would need to track this by adding a "Vote Tracker" child page or something similiar and adding child votes to it each time that would include an IP address and the date/time it was cast, however this seems a bit cumbersome, especially as I would need to make sure there was a "Vote Tracker" child for each Poll, sort of as seen below: --Poll ----Choice 1 ----Choice 2 ----Choice 3 ----Vote Tracker ------Vote1 (contains IP address) ------Vote2 ------Vote3 ------...etc I guess I'm just curious if there is a better way to do this, or if there is any way to attach an array to each poll that could store the same information. Thanks!