Actually, that fix has been in WP_Postviews for more than 2 years.
It only fixes the counting of page views, not the display of them (which is what my Ajax_the_views resolves, although it has a problem at the moment that I'm working on).
Also, as I mentioned above, if you have database caching turned on then you to add an ignored query stem of wp_postmeta for the counting of page views to work. Otherwise it will only be updated every 180 seconds.
Hey Stephen, all i get is a 'please wait'
Same situation as Dan's. :(
Another user looked into this and came back to me with the following:
Actually nothing wrong with your plugin issue is with Apache reverse proxy and the Proxyhtmlurlmap feature
But he didn't explain what the exact problem is or how it may be able to be fixed. I've asked him for more information, but I don't know when or if I'll hear back from him (it's not looking likely!).
Delving into Apache is a large stretch for me - I only have basic skills so troubleshooting this will be a big task. At the moment, I'm behind in both my day job and in paid client work, so I'm unlikely to be able to get far in the near future.
So for now, I'd recommend not using Ajax_the_views. You can still use W3 Total Cache as described above (with the DB stem etc), and it will record all the views - it just won't show them all instantly (which is what Ajax_the_views was supposed to solve).
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