Analyze your visitors traffic with real-time statistics, a lot of chronological information, charts, a sidebar widget.
Enable the dashboard chart in WassUp's settings. Go to Wassup >> Options >> [General Setup] tab and check "Display small chart in dashboard", then click [Save Settings] button.
Yes. Simply insert the template tag, "wassup_sidebar()", into your theme's "sidebar.php" file.
Add a username or IP to WassUp's recording exclusion settings. Go to Wassup >> Options >> [Statistics Recording] tab and enter the IP address or username to be excluded in the appropriate text area.
Disable recording in WassUp's settings. Go to Wassup >> Options >> [Statistics Recording] tab and uncheck "Enable/disable recording", then click [Save Settings] button.
Change WassUp's settings to enable "auto delete" of old records and to set a warning notice to be emailed to you when WassUp's table growth exceeds a preset size limit. Go to Wassup >> Options >> [Manage Files & Database] tab to enable these settings.
No. Wassup is a WordPress-only plugin and requires at least WordPress 2.2 to work.
WassUp is incompatible with WP Supercache, WP Cache, Hyper Cache, or any page-based caching plugin. WassUp cannot generate accurate statistics with these plugins.
"Phantom" page views can occur when a user's browser does automatic feed retrieval, link pre-fetching, or a page refresh. WassUp tracks these because they are valid requests from that user's browser and are indistinguishable from user link clicks.
To completely remove WassUp's settings and tables from WordPress, go to Wassup >> Options >> [Uninstall] tab, check the "Uninstall" box, click the "[Save Settings]" button, then deactivate WassUp in "Plugins".
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Requires: 2.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.3
Last Updated: 2014-1-12
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