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  1. Allan Collins

    This plugin will show the number of subscribers according to FeedBurner/Google. Important: WordPress 2.7 and up.

    Ever wanted to see your FeedBurner stats on the WordPress Dashboard? Well now you can with this simple plugin. The plugin uses FeedBurner's Awareness API to get your feed subscriber stats directly from FeedBurner. So now you can easily check your subscriber stats from the WordPress Administration section.

    -Graphing of stats from 01-01-2008 to the present.

    1. Download the plugin, extract and upload it to your plugins folder on your server.

    2. Activate the plugin.

    3. Go to your WordPress Dashboard.

    4. It will tell you "Feed Not Found". Hit the "Modify Your Settings" link and enter your FeedBurner information then hit "Submit".

    Make sure that the Awareness API is activated on your FeedBurner Account. You can do this by logging in to your FeedBurner/Google account, click on "Publicize",. Then click "Awareness API" and Activate it.

    Theme Function:

    <?php if (function_exists('fss_subscribers')) { fss_subscribers(); } ?>

    The above code will show the subscriber count only.

    1. feed-subscriber-stats screenshot 1

      Dashboard view of Feed Subscriber Stats.


    • Dropped dependencies of SimpleXML and instead utilizes a built-in WordPress function to pull data from Google/FeedBurner.

    Sidebar Widget

    If you have a widget ready dynamic sidebar, you can add the FSS Widget.

    Add this code: [fss_subscribers] to view the subscriber count.

    You can customize how this looks for example:

    There are [fss_subscribers] subscribers to this blog.


    There are 20 subscribers to this blog.

    Posted: 8 years ago #
  2. dgmike

    Provides to admin users a way to select what categorie determined users can write. (administrators have access to all categories)

    Provides to admin users a way to select what categorie determined users can write. (administrators have access to all categories)

    1. Upload user-cats-manager.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
    2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
    3. Access the Categories And Users in your settings options.
    4. Select the user. And click on edit button.
    5. A list of categories and subcategories are showed for you.
    6. Select what categories that user can use write/edit posts.
    7. Click on save button.

    Note: Administrators can write on any categorie by default, so use editors for new users.

    Wy my preferences are reseted when I unistall the plugin?

    All the preferences are deleted for provide a best performance of wordpress. So, if you remove this plugin, all your preferences goes away.

    My users can write in any categorie. Why?

    Administrator have access to all preferences on your blog, this inclues the administration of user-cats-manager, so hano no sense it have restrict access. If the users are setted as Administrator, it can write on any categorie. So, for new users choose editor mode.

    You can read more about in http://codex.wordpress.org/Roles_and_Capabilities

    You can use too the Role Manager to have more control of your users. http://www.im-web-gefunden.de/wordpress-plugins/role-manager/

    Posted: 8 years ago #
  3. Sabine Schröder


    If PHP works right, yes. But if PHP has an error, you can see the sourcecode. Its only 4 lines of code...

    Posted: 8 years ago #

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