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  • Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    (@hcabrera)

    Hi Tony,

    It’s been some time since I last checked that plugin so there’s a chance that they have changed something since my plugin used to work nicely with it.

    I’ll take a look into this. Thanks for reporting!

    Hi H├ęctor,

    I’ve been experiencing the same type of issue where the Google Analytics pageviews are so much higher than those being recorded in WP Popular Posts. I am also running the latest version of WP Super Cache.

    Any help you could provide would be very much appreciated.

    Thanks again for a great plugin,

    Mark

    Hey Hector,

    Any word on updating the plug-in to be compatible with Super Cache? We removed it form our home page, because it’s no longer accurate, so I don’t have an example to show you.

    Please let us know. Thanks.

    Tony Zeoli

    Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    (@hcabrera)

    Hi Tony,

    Nop, this is still on my TODO list. Last update was focused on fixing bugs directly related to my plugin.

    Now that everything seems to be stable I shall be working on features requests and third party plugins such as Super Cache. This, however, will take sometime as I’m quite busy now so please be patient.

    By the way, you can have WPP active and not add it to your sidebar. That way, my plugin can still collect info even if it’s not on display!

    HI,
    Actually the plugin take lots of ressource.. Is there any way to use supercache with it please?!

    regards,

    Jessica

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