Easily handle authors' pay on a multi-author blog by computing posts' remuneration basing on admin defined rules with.
The plugin does not keep track of visits, it can only keep it in mind when computing the payment. You either need to have a plugin who keeps track of visits, and put the post_meta name of the field in which it stores the visits (must be a number), or get the PRO version of Post Pay Counter and use your Google Analytics account to get visits data.
That is probably due to a permissions manager plugin you have on your blog. Check that capabilities post_pay_counter_access_stats and post_pay_counter_manage_options are correctly assigned and working.
Set to false the constant PPC_DEBUG_LOG in post-pay-counter.php, it is located at line 44. From this: define( 'PPC_DEBUG_LOG', true ); It must become: define( 'PPC_DEBUG_LOG', false );
Requires: 3.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-7-7
1 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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