Pageviews

Description

Pageviews is a simple and lightweight views counter for your WordPress posts and pages. It is based on JavaScript and is compatible with all caching plugins, proxies and complex setups. Pageviews works with a hosted processing service, and performs extremely well under high-traffic and on sites with large amounts of content.

Don’t start from scratch! Import existing numbers from Google Analytics and other services with Pageviews Sync.

Features

  • Display the number of times a post or page has been viewed
  • Works on high-traffic websites with zero impact on performance
  • Includes useful hooks and APIs for seamless integration into third-party themes
  • Compatible with caching plugins, proxies and application firewalls

More information on Pageviews.io.

If you need any setup assistance or help migrating your existing views counts from other plugins or services please reach out to us via e-mail, or open a new thread in the WordPress.org support forums. For best performance Pageviews uses an external service to collect and process numbers. Visit our terms of service and privacy policy for more details.

Screenshots

  • Customized implementation of the pageviews output, styled specifically for this theme
  • Simple replacement for WP-PostViews and other popular plugins with inherited styles
  • Default output of the views counter for themes that don't provide explicit support for this plugin

Installation

Installing via the WordPress dashboard:

  1. Browse to Plugins – Add New in your WordPress dashboard.
  2. Search for “pageviews” using the search box on the right.
  3. Find the Pageviews plugin in the search results and click Install Now.

Installing via FTP:

  1. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/pageviews directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress.
  3. Enjoy.

Installing via WP-CLI:

wp plugin install pageviews --activate

Installing via Git:

cd wp-content/plugins
git clone https://github.com/pressjitsu/pageviews.git

For an installation and configuration guide please visit the full documentation on GitHub.

FAQ

Installation Instructions

Installing via the WordPress dashboard:

  1. Browse to Plugins – Add New in your WordPress dashboard.
  2. Search for “pageviews” using the search box on the right.
  3. Find the Pageviews plugin in the search results and click Install Now.

Installing via FTP:

  1. Upload the plugin files to the /wp-content/plugins/pageviews directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress.
  3. Enjoy.

Installing via WP-CLI:

wp plugin install pageviews --activate

Installing via Git:

cd wp-content/plugins
git clone https://github.com/pressjitsu/pageviews.git

For an installation and configuration guide please visit the full documentation on GitHub.

Reviews

Sends information to plugin-author without asking by php-code

But you can stop this if you delete the last lines (just between <body> and </body> of auth.php

Additionally it has no other settings-options, which is why I better go with https://de.wordpress.org/plugins/post-views-counter/.

Last but not least it really does what it should, therefore at least 3 stars.

Cheers and keep on improving it.

Easy plug-in!

Everything in it is great, the only thing that I would like to see – setting panel.
And I would like to be seen whether future versions of the display in the “post”?

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Contributors & Developers

“Pageviews” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

0.9.3

  • Add compatibility for Pageviews Sync
  • Better configuration handling methods

0.9.2

  • Add support for multiple containers per page for a single key
  • Add support for Jetpack’s Infinite Scroll module
  • Wrap the JS code into a triggerable event

0.9.1

  • Initial public release