Statistics tracking plugin for Coremetrics. Requires a Coremetrics account.
Coremetrics is a powerful enterprise-level statistics package. You can find out more at http://www.coremetrics.com/.
The core settings page offers a script preview. Compare this to your other sites using Coremetrics (as it's likely that you'll be using it across more than just your blog) to make sure the settings are correct. Alternatively, submit a Coremetrics support ticket and paste your preview code into the ticket to check it's OK.
You've probably set your code to test - in the core settings menu, select "Live" in the test override drop-down.
Certain attributes won't be available on all page or post types. In particular, listing pages (archives, the home page, and so on) won't show many attributes - because WordPress would, if these attributes were included, take the value from the last added post. Check if the attribute is showing "Listing page or search". If that's the case, check it on a different page type (post or page) and you should see the attribute appear. Alternatively, you may see "This attribute not available in this WP version". If this is the case, you should consider upgrading to the most recent version of WordPress.
You need to set an event ID (which has spaces removed, and is used only to call the event with the short code or PHP), an event name (which shows up in the tracking) and points for the initial 2 steps created. Click "add event" and you'll see it listed. Click the "edit" box next to the event you wish to edit and click the "edit/delete" button to make changes to it. You'll then be able to edit the points for each stage as well as add new stages if you want more than 2. Finally, you'll also get your short code and PHP code for each of the event stages.
To use the short code, simply copy it and paste it into a post.
You need to add the short code (or PHP function) for each step of the event. Some plugins with forms will allow you to redirect to a custom "thank you" page... you should add the second stage tracking to this page.
Check you've got wp_footer() in your footer.php file (you should always have this!). There's a function to check that it's there, but double check.
Sorry! It's entirely possible that there's something about your server setup which means you get false negatives. You can dismiss this message if you're happy that everything is working as expected - you can always test again by going to the Coremetrics settings page and clicking the button at the bottom of the page. You'll be told if wp_footer(); is found or not.
This version of the plugin is not compatible with Multisite. A new version is coming soon.