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VR-Visitas (hits counter stats)

Create and manage a counter visits to your page. Display options to show it on your template (footer) or sidebar (widget).

How to use

Once activated the plugin, 4 new tables are added to your database in order to register all visits and keys to manage these hits.

In main Settings menu you can access to settings page for VR-visitas. Each option have been explained on this page.

In the menu page VR-Visitas you have the next options:

  • Last entries: Display a report of last entries in your database (visits).
  • Manage keys: In this page you can add or delete keywords and IPs to filter the trash entries of the database.
  • Clean database: On click, the database is cleaned based in the keywords that you defined above.
  • Stats overview: Display a report of different types of entries (browser, os, etc.) as defined previously in settings page.

To activate the counter is mandatory to include a call to function in your template, so:

  1. Add the widget to your sidebar, but, if the sidebar are not displayed on all pages, the visits for users that access directly to these pages, aren't included in database.
  2. -or- Insert the function call directly in your page footer. You have an option in settings page to do this.
  3. -or- Manually add the next PHP code to your template. Make sure that this part of your template displays in all pages.

VERY IMPORTANT! Only one of these options may be active. Otherwise the function page counter, duplicates the number of page views.

Code to add: <?php if (function_exists('vr_visitas_user_display')) { vr_visitas_user_display(); } ?> You can view a sample of output in the settings page. Many options to manage the output mode are included.

This function accepts 3 arguments ( $before, $separate, $after ) in order to pass html tags and personalize display: Sample: vr_visitas_user_display( '<ul><li>', '</li><li>' '</li></ul>'); Displays an unordered list of elements like you can view in widget display.

For more help, you can visit our Support Forum.

Requires: 3.1.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.15
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Active Installs: 1,000+


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