First let me say thanks for this great plugin. The support you give here is amazing, never seem someone so dedicated to his plugin. It does what I was searching for and that is track logged in members by their username. Well it is tracking me (the site is not live yet, so I am the only user). I also love all the detail of all other things. I always used statcounter on all my sites, but they never do logged in user. Guess I can delete them now. Depends on your answers I guess. Joking deleted Statcounter already.
Anyway I have been reading in this forum and do not get what the problem is with w3 total cache. I have it installed, but your plugin seems to be working great and to the second. Of course I did not put the js and css in the minify options, but then W3 advices against that themselves for any stats trackers.
So what is the issue with W3 or am I missing something here?
I see the tracking stats and the exact time a page was visited, but from my perspective, it is 7 hours slow. Since I am in Thailand that would make the timezone not the UK, but somewhere in the ocean, since the UK is 6 hours earlier then Thailand (summer clock time now, winter time it would be 7 hours).
Why am I not seeing the times in my local time?
Is it possible to track links that go outside of the wordpress folder?
I have a huge download folder on my domain, but outside of wordpress. This needs to be done due to limitations WP has, due to .htaccess user/pwd management and script/php download limitations.
So in my case a user clicks on a link, which has a download behind it. The popup comes for the user to fill in his or hers user/pwd and after that the download begins. So no pages are opened.
I am thinking maybe by way of adding some code to the download link or something, just to let Slimstats know the link was clicked on?
Sorry about the long responds, but I am really excited about Slimstats.
Thank you and regards, Ron
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