Helps your blog detect where the user comes from and automatically displays the corresponding greetings.
Sorry to hear that. Try deactivate and then reactivate it. Saving the options may sometimes work. If things are still bad, please buzz me with more information, like under what circumstances, what are your settings etc. If it's a bug I will try to fix it.
The default icon file is wp-content/plugins/referrer-detector/images/icons/default.png. Re-decorate it however you want.
You can modify /wp-content/plugins/referrer-detector/css/style.css but it's NOT recommended, as the changes will be lost with each upgrade. Instead, create /wp-content/plugins/referrer-detector-style.css, copy the content from /wp-content/plugins/referrer-detector/css/style.css, and start modifying. Upon starting up, Referrer Detector will check if /wp-content/plugins/referrer-detector-style.css exists first, and use it if it does.
Oops... I'm sorry. The default RSS link is automatically retrieved from your WordPress settings, so I can't have any idea about your FeedBurner url. In this case I'm afraid you'll have to update the default entries manually... well, until I find another way around this.
This should happen if you place the code in the index.php file, and your home page is showing multiple posts/excerpts. In such a case the plugin don't know which post to retrieve those author and category data from, so it decides to get only the common data available: the page URL and title.
Version 2.1 introduces this feature already. Use it wisely though, as it's a one-way action.
The selected entries' URLs will be merged into one, seperated by commas. Other information (icon, name, greeting text) is taken from the oldest entry. In fact they should be the same (so that merging makes sense) so there should be no problem.
I doubt there's a need to explode one entry into seperated ones... but if commonly requested, I will implement it.
The country detection relies from HostIP.info service. For this reason, if the service fails to indicate the correct country, my plugin fails to give the correct message.
Of course I don't - I'm not that famous. Instead, I use the great Firebug to inspect and modify a link on those sites to link to my post, and there I have a good referrer ;) If you have a better and quicker solution, please let me know.
Requires: 2.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.2.1
Last Updated: 5 years ago
Active Installs: 200+
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