Support » Plugin: WP-Matomo (WP-Piwik) » Piwik shortcode for visitor map

  • Hi,
    I’m using successfully wordpress together with latest piwik plugin. At the moment I’m using the standard shortcode in order to see the statistics:
    `[wp-piwik module=”overview” title=”” period=”year” date=”yesterday” enable_processing_unique_visitors_year=1]
    I would like to show the visitor map into the website without the need of anonymous access to the whole piwik statistics.
    Is it possible?

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author braekling

    (@braekling)

    The visitor map is created by Piwik. WP-Piwik just gets the information from Piwik and has to create its own tables and visualisations out of this data. So all WP-Piwik can provide is what you can see on WP-Piwik’s overview page.

    There are plans to extend WP-Piwik by a visitor map, but I can’t tell you when I’ll have time to take care of this, see https://github.com/braekling/WP-Piwik/issues/9

    So for now, there is just the way you described: https://piwik.org/docs/embed-piwik-report/ Maybe the Piwik community has a solutions for this issue (e.g., I would create a little proxy script to hide the auth token to users). You can get support about Piwik here: https://forum.piwik.org

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by braekling.

    Thank you for your reply. I already know this solution https://piwik.org/docs/embed-piwik-report/, but it requires full public access to the statistics.
    I hope to see these new features on the next releases. In the meantime, I will ask to piwik community and I will report here the updates.
    Best Regards

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