This plugin adds a Piwik stats site to your WordPress or WordPress multisite dashboard.
This plugin adds a Piwik stats site to your WordPress dashboard. It's also able to add the Piwik tracking code to your blog.
Requirements: PHP 5.4 (or higher), WordPress 4.0 (or higher), Piwik 2.9 (or higher; 2.14.1 or higher recommended)
Languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Portuguese (Brazil). Partially supported: Albanian, Azerbaijani, Belarusian, Chinese (simplified), Lithuanian, Norwegian, Persian, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian
Note: If you vote "It's broken", please tell me about your problem. It's hard to fix a bug I don't know about! ;-)
You can use following shortcodes if activated:
[wp-piwik module="overview" title="" period="day" date="yesterday"]
Shows overview table like WP-Piwik's overview dashboard. See Piwik API documentation on VisitsSummary.get to get more information on period and day. Multiple data arrays will be cumulated. If you fill the title attribute, its content will be shown in the table's title.
[wp-piwik module="opt-out" language="en" width="100%" height="200px"]
Shows the Piwik opt-out Iframe. You can change the Iframe's language by the language attribute (e.g. de for German language) and its width and height using the corresponding attributes.
[wp-piwik module="post" range="last30" key="sum_daily_nb_uniq_visitors"]
Shows the chosen keys value related to the current post. You can define a range (format: lastN, previousN or YYYY-MM-DD,YYYY-MM-DD) and the desired value's key (e.g., sum_daily_nb_uniq_visitors, nb_visits or nb_hits - for details see Piwik's API method Actions.getPageUrl using a range).
is equal to [wp-piwik module="overview" title="" period="day" date="yesterday"].
Thank you all!
Requires: 4.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.2.4
Last Updated: 2015-8-12
Active Installs: 50,000+
18 of 28 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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