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  • Any chance your plugin could display different footer text according to WPML current language in the WP admin?

    Cool, I see what I can do to fix this. Thanks!



    ok, thanks, I’ll do this and make sure to follow up.

    I can also tell that I just realized that that the views count per post is way below what it should be! For instance, the 24 time period report 42 views for the new articles that was publish 10 hours ago. Google Analytics reports 793 pageviews for the same article.

    Looks like Rocket could be responsible for that.

    Thanks, and I’ll let you know how things goes over the next few days.

    Good night 🙂



    I understand what you are saying Hector, but to be honest, I don’t feel like it is the problem here.

    You see, your WP Rocket has been installed at least 18 months ago and it always worked fine with your plugin.

    If I display the last 265 days (, I don’t see any problem for that period of time. Nothing strange like what started to happen on September 20.

    Could it be an update of Wp Rocket? I will ask them to take a look at it.

    But, on your side, could you tell me more about that tracking.js file? I don’t have WpRocket activated when I’m logged as an admin and I don’t see any file named tracking.js in the source code of my pages. Please advise on this.




    Nope, I did not clear WP Rocket’s cache. Next time I’ll read all the update notes.
    Adnd WP Rocket clears cache each time a post is created or modified.

    But, I just did and set back the widget time period to 30 days… but I still see only the most recent published articles.

    Any idea?

    How do you explain the sudden drop of views in the graph?



    The site gets about 3000 pagesviews a day.
    Data sampling is disabled.
    Site is


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    Hi Hector,

    I just noticed a new behavior on my site for your Plugin.

    I’ve always set the widget time range for the “30 days” so even if the period was short, the best landing pages were always listed in the list.

    Today, I just saw that my top articles (in terms of views) were not listed at all. Only the recent ones were in the list.

    I went into the plugin settings and changed the time range for a custom 60 days.
    This is what the graph shows me:

    What happened on September 20? Did the plugin update reseted the articles views count?
    My top pages are still receiving a lot of trafic, so the site is fine and all plugins are up to date.

    Let me now if you need more info to investigate.

    Thanks 🙂

    Thanks Lester Chan for the fix!

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