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  • I upgraded my shared hosting system to WordPress 2.3.3 – which seems to work fine. I do have one problem with using WordPress stats: ever since I installed this plug-in, the stats would only show the proper title of pages in the overview of page views after I opened and closed each page. After a while I had done this for the most popular pages and they showed up properly in the stats. If a page’s title wasn’t displayed, I’d hover the mouse over the individual stats icon of that page, see the page ID number and use this number to find the page and edit it.

    Since upgrading to WP 2.3.3, the stats no longer show a stats icon for pages that have ‘no title on file’. Hence I cannot find out which page it is and cannot fix the problem.

    Anyone encountered the same problem and figured out a workaround?

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  • did you deactivate and restart all your plugins?

    Yes, I deactivated and reinstalled them all.

    The problem isn’t that 2.3.3 isn’t working properly; The issue is that for pages with a ‘no title on file’ message (no such message was displayed with with 2.3.2) there is no logging button showing stats of that particular page. Since there is no logging button any more, you cannot see the ID of the page and cannot edit the page to get rid of the ‘no title on file’ message.

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