This plugin is made for WP plugin developers. It can show download stats in your WordPress page/post.
This plugin supports six different tags to show six different types of data.
To show how many times your plugin has been downloaded today, just place [today=plugin-name-slug]. For example: "My plugin has been downloaded [today=wp-plugin-stats] times today."
To show how many times your plugin has been downloaded yesterday, just place [yesterday=plugin-name-slug].
To show how many times your plugin has been downloaded last week, just place [lastweek=plugin-name-slug].
To show how many times your plugin has been downloaded since it is hosted on WordPress.org, just place [total=plugin-name-slug].
To show all data of above at once, just place [stats=plugin-name-slug].
To show Flash download chart which is displayed on your plugin's stats page, just place [chart=plugin-name-slug]
In short: you can't. You can resize flash applet, but chart will be cropped then, so I haven't introduced possibility to change dimensions of flash chart. Default dimensions are 540x400 px
To disable automatic getting of data and force users to click on plus sign (
click.gif) find and open file
wp-content/plugins/wp-plugin-stats/wp-plugin-stats.php and look for string
Go to Options -> Plugin Stats and change template in large text box. Following keywords will be replaced with actual data:
Yes, you can style results with css styles. All styles are already placed in file
wp-content/plugins/wp-plugin-stats/wp-plugin-stats.css and styles that apply to this plugin are:
Make sure that "Allow URL fopen" on your server is enabled. You can't enable this manually if it is disabled, you'll need to contact your webhost provider. Charts are directly embeded in page while other data is fetched from WordPress.org
Requires: 2.0.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.5
Last Updated: 8 years ago
Active Installs: 80+
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