This plugin adds a Piwik stats site to your WordPress or WordPress multisite dashboard.
Upload the full
wp-piwik directory into your
Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
Open the new 'Settings/WP-Piwik Settings' menu, enter your Piwik base URL and your auth token. Save settings.
If you have view access to multiple site stats and did not enable "auto config", choose your blog and save settings again.
Look at 'Dashboard/WP-Piwik' to get your site stats.
There are two differents methods to use WP-Piwik in a multisite environment: * As a Site Specific Plugin it behaves like a plugin installed on a simple WordPress blog. Each user can enable, configure and use WP-Piwik on his own. Users can even use their own Piwik instances (and accordingly they have to). * Using WP-Piwik as a Network Plugin equates to a central approach. A single Piwik instance is used and the site admin configures the plugin completely. Users are just allowed to see their own statistics, site admins can see each blog's stats.
Site Specific Plugin
Just add WP-Piwik to your /wp-content/plugins folder and enable the Plugins page for individual site administrators. Each user has to enable and configure WP-Piwik on his own if he want to use the plugin.
The Network Plugin support is still experimental. Please test it on your own (e.g. using a local copy of your WP multisite) before you use it in an user context.
Add WP-Piwik to your /wp-content/plugins folder and enable it as Network Plugin. Users can access their own statistics, site admins can access each blog's statistics and the plugin's configuration.
Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-5-25
3 of 12 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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