Support » Plugin: Post Pay Counter » Does not work

  • Resolved Kyle R

    (@kyle-r)


    The plugin generated 1610 characters of unexpected output during activation. If you notice “headers already sent” messages, problems with syndication feeds or other issues, try deactivating or removing this plugin.

    Also:

    Visiting the Settings page:

    You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/post-pay-counter/

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  • Plugin Author Ste_95

    (@ste_95)

    Hello,
    what is your user role? Are you running multisite? Do you have any permission managing plugin active?

    Regards,
    Stefano

    I’m having the same problem “You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page.”

    I own the blog and have full admin access.

    I own the blog and have full access also.

    Plugin Author Ste_95

    (@ste_95)

    Thanks for the bugreporting huys, I am currently working on this.

    Plugin Author Ste_95

    (@ste_95)

    I should have fixed the problem as of version 2.0.8. I am afraid it took so long but I have been busy.

    Have a nice day,
    Stefano

    Thanks – seems to be fixed.

    How do I get the pro version? The link just takes me to a forum without any reference to upgrading.

    Also – the post visits thing doesn’t work, trying to find a way to get it to work but on the stats page it just shows each post as 1 visit.

    Plugin Author Ste_95

    (@ste_95)

    The PRO version should be around by the end of the week, hopefully. There have been delays due to PayPal problems. When it will be available a tooltip will notify it in the free version.

    As for the visits, the plugin has no method of counting visits. PRO will add the possibility to integrate with Google Analytics, but with the free you need to have a visits tracking plugin already installed, and put its postmeta name in the apt field.

    Okay – we will wait for the PRO version.

    The PRO version with Analytics will track a posts visits on a month to month basis right? We don’t want to be paying writers for visits their post got from a month before, etc.. but we DO want to pay authors for visits old articles have accumulated in this calendar month.

    EG:
    Feb 2014 – 13 articles posted this month, generated X views
    Feb 2014 – 19 articles posted last month (Jan), genrated X views this month (Feb)

    This would reflect how much they are paid for visits for Feb.

    Plugin Author Ste_95

    (@ste_95)

    Yes, it will suit your needs. You will be able to define the starting point for your data once for all (maybe 1st february) and then data is updated daily, so visits build up every day forever.

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