Removed the scary Google FeedBurner error messages--Google fixed their
Awareness API issues.
Fixed the bug (reported by Bjoern Buerstinghaus) where both the Feed
Stats options and Feed Stats stats pages' navigation menu items would
be highlighted at the same time when either of those pages were viewed.
Made the plugin fully translatable.
Improved code cleanliness and documentation.
Rewrote parts of the code that loads information from FeedBurner to
improve performance; it now makes only two data requests (1.0.5 made
four) to FeedBurner when the stats page is loaded.
Set cache headers on the CSS file to improve performance.
Improved compatibility with Windows servers.
Formatted the dates in the tables below the charts according to the
date format option set in WordPress to increase readability.
Added Bjoern Buerstinghaus's fantastic translation of the plugin into
Improved initial user experience by improving the messages to the user.
Improved code quality by writing tests (using the SimpleTest PHP
toolkit) to ensure that the code works properly.
A new HTTP engine (Troy Wolf's class_http) that should offer more
consistency across WordPress versions.
FeedBurner vs. Google FeedBurner detection code to ease the transition
Improved error messages.
Templated CSS (to improve consistency across versions of WordPress).
CSS updates to make the plugin feel more at home in WordPress 2.7+.
More robust detection of the availability of reach stats.
The feed tester is now run in the domain of the WordPress admin
panels. This should allow it to run under more configurations of
WordPress and improve security.
External script access of internal PHP scripts is now blocked (using
a similar method to CodeIgniter).
Improved internal documentation.
Proper ChangeLog documentation.
A proper GPL COPYING file has been added.
Requires: 2.3.3 or higher Compatible up to: 2.9.2 Last Updated: 7 years ago Active Installs: