NewStatPress (Statpress plugin fork) is a real-time plugin to manage the visits' statistics about your blog (without external web analytics).
NewStatPress is a new version of StatPress that was the first real-time plugin dedicated to the management of statistics about blog visits.
It collects information about visitors, spiders, search keywords, feeds, browsers etc.
Once the plugin NewStatPress has been activated it immediately starts to collect statistics information. Using NewStatPress you could spy your visitors while they are surfing your blog or check which are the preferred pages, posts and categories. In the Dashboard menu you will find the NewStatPress page where you could look up the statistics (overview or detailed). NewStatPress also includes a widget one can possibly add to a sidebar (or easy PHP code if you can't use widgets!).
Note: you must disable the original StatPress plugin (or other plugins still based onto Statpress) when activating this, as it use the same table of StatPress for storing data in DB (copy the data to another table will be very space consuming for your site, so it was better to use the same table)
IMPORTANT: all previous versions from 1.0.4 are subject to XSS and SQL injection from an old Statpress routine. You have to use at least version 1.0.6. Unfortunately actually 75% of people still use versions before 1.0.0!!!! PLEASE UPDATE always to the latest version available.
Check at http://newstatpress.altervista.org
Simple adding index to database and changes some data fields for better database storing (from here http://www.poundbangwhack.com/2010/07/03/improve-the-performance-of-the-wordpress-plugin-statpress-and-your-blog/ where some modification comes from)
You could ban IP list from stats editing def/banips.dat file.
NewStatPress can automatically delete older records to allow the insertion of newer records when limited space is present. This features is left as original StatPress but it will be replaced by the history data instead.
External API are a way to gives the collected informations as a web service using a POST call. With it you can use (for example) your colected data of WordPress inside a Drupal site. The API must be enables by check a flag into the option (by dafault is is disabled) and a private KEY must be entered (you can generate a random one). This KEY is for authenticate the called as a valid allowed client. Even if the API is for external usage, it will be used internally for speed up page generation using AJAX, so at some point you will need to activate it to cotinue to see overwiew and Details pages.
Actually those are the available commands:Command Paramethers Description
version gives the Newstatpress version in use
External API is actually used bu Multi-NewStatPress (a software than manages data from multiple installation of NewStatPress in different servers).
If you want to use the API you need to pass to POST those values:
VAR the variable for the query (like 'Version') KEY the MD5 of date at minute level plus the key you enter into option (e.g in PHP: md5(gmdate('m-d-y H i')+key) )
into those url: your_site+"/wp-content/plugins/newstatpress/includes/api/external.php"
Widget is customizable. These are the available variables:
Now you could add these values everywhere! NewStatPress offers a new PHP function NewStatPress_Print(). * i.e. NewStatPress_Print("%totalvisits% total visits.");
New sperimental functions: place this command [NewStatPress: xxx] every were in your WordPress blog pages and you will have the graph about the xxx function.
Available functions are: * [NewStatPress: Overview] * [NewStatPress: Top days] * [NewStatPress: O.S.] * [NewStatPress: Browser] * [NewStatPress: Feeds] * [NewStatPress: Search Engine] * [NewStatPress: Search terms] * [NewStatPress: Top referrer] * [NewStatPress: Languages] * [NewStatPress: Spider] * [NewStatPress: Top Pages] * [NewStatPress: Top Days - Unique visitors] * [NewStatPress: Top Days - Pageviews] * [NewStatPress: Top IPs - Pageviews]
Requires: 2.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.3.1
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Active Installs: 50,000+
1 of 5 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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