The plugin tries to geolocate visitors of your site and shows the latest 200 visitors in real-time using the google maps api.
Installation of this plugin is fairly easy:
/wp-content/plugins/googlemapstatsdirectory now with
Edit the phpsqlajax_dbinfo.php manually and enter your sql database credentials. Open the phpsqlajax_genxml3.php placed on your site directly in your browser to test whether it is working. In case of any problems you could try phpsqlajax_genxml.php or phpsqlajax_genxml2.php. The output should look like: phpsqlajax_genxml3.xml
If you do not have a googlemaps API key yet, get your free GoogleMapKey at the Google Maps Homepage: http://code.google.com/apis/maps/signup.html
Into the main config page fill in all fields. Especially important are: * Enter you googlemaps API key in the main config page. * Enter a valid html link to the phpsqlajax_genxml3.php script that provides xml data for the googlemap. This can be even a link to another site or a static xml only file for testing.
Now create a page on your wordpress blog and insert the shortcode [googleMapStats] in your post.
You should see a "GoogleMap" items in the menu. The sub pages are present not functional yet: * Manage Points * Manage Polylines * Manage categories
Requires: 2.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.9.2
Last Updated: 2010-1-8
Active Installs: Less than 10
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