This plugin adds a Piwik stats site to your WordPress or WordPress multisite dashboard.
WP-Piwik requires Piwik. If you did not install Piwik yet, first get it at the Piwik website.
If Piwik works, you'll be able to configure WP-Piwik: The Piwik URL is the same URL you use to access your Piwik, e.g. for the demo site: http://demo.piwik.org. The auth token is some kind of secret password, which allows WP-Piwik to get the necessary data from Piwik. The super user's auth token, i.e. a full access password for your Piwik, can be found on Piwik's API site. You can find a detailed description here.
Login to your admin dashboard and open http://YOUR_BLOG_URL/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=wp-piwik/wp-piwik.php&tab=support&mode=resetconfirmed&full=1
Try to enable the "avoid mod_security" option (WP-Piwik settings, Tracking tab) or create a mod_security whitelist.
See this support thread.
See Piwik FAQ.
Yes, you can access also available shortcodes using PHP, too. See this example: echo $GLOBALS['wp_piwik']->shortcode(array('module' => 'post', 'range' => 'last300', 'key' => 'sum_daily_nb_uniq_visitors'));
Requires: 3.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-6-19
15 of 22 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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