A traffic counter and statistics plugin for the WordPress platform
Counterize is based on the Counterize II plugin.
Shortcodes to embed statistics on the main page:
<!-- counterize_stats -->
<!-- counterize_stats_hits -->
<!-- counterize_stats_browsers_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_browsers_nover_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_browsers_mixed_xx_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_os_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_os_nover_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_os_mixed_xx_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_urls_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_urls_24hrs_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_posts_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_posts_24hrs_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_referers_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_referers_24hrs_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_ip_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_ip_24hrs_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_countries_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_countries_24hrs_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_keywords_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_keywords_today_xx -->
<!-- counterize_stats_copyright -->
Unpack and upload it to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
- Hourly, daily, weekly and monthly traffic stats
- Popular pages and posts stats
- IP addresses stats
- Countries stats
- Referrers stats
- Accurate browsers stats (browser name and version)
- Accurate operating system stats (operating system name, version and platform)
- Keywords stats
- Powerful history with filters
- Dashboard widget for a quick overview of blog statistics
- Complete API to use the data of Counterize charts as you like
- An administration interface using the new WordPress Settings API is available, as well as a dashboard with detailed informations and statistics.
- The users that are authorized to display the Counterize dashboard can be defined using WordPress capabilities.
- Counterize can display statistics in pages and posts - visit this webpage for an example.
- Retrieve information about the country of the visitors.
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What's New in version 3.1.4
- Fixed warnings caused by $wpdb->prepare() called with only one argument and so fixed some possible SQL injection vulnerabilities.
- Fixed warnings caused by unknown countries.
- Added Ukrainian and Hebrew translations.
- Fixed issue with non-ASCII characters.