Support » Plugin: Yandex Metrica » How to Display Web Stats on Frontend?

  • backpackingseries

    (@backpackingseries)


    Hello,

    I looked up the Metrica documentation and got redirected here. Thank you for this plugin.

    My requirement is to display monthly-comparison web traffic stats (audience, engagement, behavior) on the frontend for a planned media kit.

    Is there a way (using a shortcode?) to output the charts on a site page?

    Kind regards,

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  • Plugin Author Mustafa Uysal

    (@m_uysl)

    Hi @backpackingseries,

    Is there a way (using a shortcode?) to output the charts on a site page?

    Shortcode is a nice idea. Unfortunately, it’s not supported for now. I’m going to consider adding in future versions. You can track the progress here.

    Thanks.

    backpackingseries

    (@backpackingseries)

    @m_uysl Thank you for considering the request.

    Kind regards,

    Plugin Author Mustafa Uysal

    (@m_uysl)

    Hi @backpackingseries,

    I just released the new version of the plugin. Unfortunately, It’s not coming with shortcode support.

    It’s not easy to support shortcode in our legacy codebase. Also, working on the block instead of shortcode might be better for the brand new WordPress editor (Gutenberg).

    Thank you for understanding!

    backpackingseries

    (@backpackingseries)

    Hi @m_uysl

    Thank you for the update. Yes, Gutenberg changes things.

    Kind regards,

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