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  • Resolved Okoth1


    Hi Hector,

    I’ve forgotten if I’ve asked you before, but will there be be an option in the future to see the clicks on the widget links in Analytics?

    After every plugin update I modify your plugin code. class-wordpress-popular-posts-output.php line 248 will become this
    . "<a " . ( $is_single == $postID ? '' : "href=\"{$permalink}\"" ) . " title=\"{$post_title_attr}\" class=\"wpp-post-title\" target=\"{$this->admin_options['tools']['link']['target']}\" onClick=\"ga('send', 'event', 'Widget WPP', '{$post_title} Click', 'Clicked');\">{$post_title}</a>\n"
    Would be great if it’s already there permanently 🙂

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  • Plugin Author Hector Cabrera


    Hey there, it’s been a while!

    You can use either of these solutions to customize WPP’s HTML output and forget about making changes directly to the plugin for good 😛

    For example, using the built-in Custom HTML Markup feature from the widget:

    1. Go to Widgets > WordPress Popular Posts.
    2. Check the Use custom HTML Markup option under HTML Markup settings and hit Save to apply changes.
    3. Set Post HTML Markup to <li>{thumb} <a href="{url}" onClick="ga('send', 'event', 'Widget WPP', '{text_title} Click', 'Clicked');">{text_title}</a></li>
    4. Hit the Save button again to apply changes.
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by  Hector Cabrera. Reason: Removed dollar sign from {text_title}

    Thanks Hector. Didn’t know the options was there. It’s a very welcome one!

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