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Relead

Description

This plugin allows site owners to easily integrate their Relead Tracking Code into their WordPress site without having to change any source code or theme files.

This enables you to monitor and share your WordPress blog’s traffic in real-time with Relead, the real-time analytics platform.

To use Relead on your blog, simply download this plugin and sign up for a free trial account at https://www.relead.com/register/

Installation

  1. Sign up to Relead for a free trial at https://www.relead.com/register/
  2. Upload the directory called relead to /wp-content/plugins/
  3. Go to the plugin’s admin page (Settings -> Relead on the left sidebar) and enter your Tracking ID, which can be found in the tracking code tab in Relead Settings at https://www.relead.com/settings/#wordpress

FAQ

Do I need a Relead account for this Plugin to work?

You’ll need to sign up for Relead at https://www.relead.com/register/ to make use of this plugin. If you’re already using Relead, you’ll simply need your Site Token (which can be found on the Tracking Code tab in Relead Settings http://www.relead.com/settings/).

I don’t have a site token. How do I get Relead?

Check out Relead at https://www.relead.com/#solution and sign up for an account.

Where can I find my Site Token?

Sign in to Relead and go to Settings (which is accessible via the switch icon in the top navbar), then click on the “Tracking Code” tab for your site.

I can’t get this thing to work. Where can I contact you?

Wing us an email at https://www.relead.com/#contact or check out support documentation at http://support.relead.com/

Contributors & Developers

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

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Changelog

0.1

  • Created the plugin.

0.2

  • Bug fix