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  • Wasn’t very happy with the stats plugin there were out there so I wrote my own. Download. It doesn’t have a summary page at the moment but it stores ip(should go through proxies too), time, referrer, keyword (from internal searches and google, record the search engine too), page, browser version, browser, os. Anyone wants to add something feel free. Now if I could only firgure out how to upload stuff to this blog.

    http://blog.noontide.ca/?p=5
    ed2k://|file|wp-stats.zip|9333|470dbdd1746826af944af42856dfae57|

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  • Where do the files belong to do the install?

    Moderator James Huff

    (@macmanx)

    Volunteer Moderator 🚀

    the stats folder and wp-stats.php go in your plugin folder. The summary file doesn’t contain anything yet but eventually it should go in the root folder and the install can go where you like as along as you can run it once.

    Hmm alright then I guess I’ll rename it.

    You can view what the summary looks like right now here http://blog.noontide.ca/wp-stats_summary.php

    “There is all ready a plugin called WP-Stats.”

    You don’t need to say that, this plugin is more than “simple.” Which is all that plugin describes itself as.

    Personally, I’ve wanted to see my Word Press (internal) Search stats since I’ve started using it. It’s strange that it’s not integrated.

    But, unfortunately, the download link doesn’t work.

    Use CG-Referrer from my CG-PowerPack… It can track every page touch, plus internal and external searches are deciphered (when possible), bot visits, it can optionally detect and punt spammers, … etc. Plus lots of other enhancements coming in the next week or two… trackback/pingback tracking, better flush/purge functions to clean the table out, feed access tracking… and more! 😉

    -d
    CHAITGEAR

    Moderator James Huff

    (@macmanx)

    Volunteer Moderator 🚀

    “There is all ready a plugin called WP-Stats.”

    You don’t need to say that, this plugin is more than “simple.” Which is all that plugin describes itself as.

    Ummm … yeah, thanks for your 6-month-late input. Actually, I did need to say that, otherwise we would have two entirely different plugins called “WP-Stats”. Get it?

    Other statistics plugins can be found in the “Statistics” category on the “Plugins” page of the WordPress Codex.

    http://codex.wordpress.org/Plugins/Statistics

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