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[Resolved] [possibly bug] wpp_get_views treats the "all" parameter like the "daily"

  • Vahid

    @vdamanafshan

    When I use the following code in the loop, it shows only the last 24 hours views. In other words, the wpp_get_views treats the “all” parameter like the “daily” parameter. Is this a bug or I’m doing something wrong?

    <?php if (function_exists('wpp_get_views')) { echo wpp_get_views($post->ID, 'all' ); } ?>

    It should be mentioned that the “daily”, “weekly”, and “monthly” parameters works perfectly.

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  • Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    @hcabrera

    Hi Vahid,

    I’ll take a look into it and reply back as soon as possible.

    Vahid

    @vdamanafshan

    Just to mention that I’m still awaiting the solution:-)
    Thanks Héctor.

    Just to remember that I’m still awaiting the solution:-)
    Thanks Héctor.

    Plugin Author Hector Cabrera

    @hcabrera

    Oh my God, I completely forgot about this! I’m so sorry for taking so long to reply, Vahid!

    You were right: it’s a bug. A proper fix will be available on the next version of the plugin.

    Quick workaround, for now:

    <?php
    if (function_exists('wpp_get_views')) {
        // Without the range parameter, the function will retrieve the All-times views count by default
        echo wpp_get_views($post->ID);
    }
    ?>
    <?php
    if (function_exists('wpp_get_views')) {
      echo wpp_get_views( get_the_ID() );
    }
    ?>

    This has not been fixed, it’s still showing only the views for the past 24 hours and not all.

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