Simple, concise stats with no additional load on your server. Plug into WordPress.com's stats system with this plugin or use Jetpack to bring eve
Of course, nothing we do conflicts with any of those systems. We're just (hopefully) faster.
It may take as long as 20 minutes the first time you use it. After that they should update every 3 minutes or so.
There is an option to disable counting the hits of logged-in users.
Yes, your theme must have a call to
<?php wp_footer(); ?> at the very bottom right before the
</body> tag. (Typically in your theme's footer.php, but some themes put this in more than one place.)
Sure, just use
display:none. Try this code in your stylesheet (style.css in your theme):
You're welcome to use the same API key on multiple blogs. If you view your stats directly on WordPress.com, you can easily switch between all of your blogs' stats reports.
We opened our database for developers to retrieve stats. The API is at
http://stats.wordpress.com/csv.php and the plugin includes a handy function,
stats_get_csv(), which you can use to get your most popular posts. Here is code you can add to your theme based on the work of Ben Gillbanks:
<?php if ( function_exists('stats_get_csv') && $top_posts = stats_get_csv('postviews', 'days=7&limit=8') ) : ?> <h3>Currently Hot</h3> <ol> <?php foreach ( $top_posts as $p ) : ?> <li><a href="<?php echo $p['post_permalink']; ?>"><?php echo $p['post_title']; ?></a></li> <?php endforeach; ?> </ol> <?php endif; ?>
Requires: 2.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.2.1
Last Updated: 2011-9-15
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