WP SlimStat 3.9

A Web and traffic analytics plugin for WordPress
WP SlimStat - General SlimStat settings
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After installation and configuration, the plugin will keep track of all important analytics metrics inside the WP core itself.

A dashboard widget with charts, timeline evolution graphs and a World map is accessible in the backend.


Unpack and upload it to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.

Main features:

  • Support for both InnoDB and MyISAM (autodetect)
  • Visit tracking (user sessions up to 30 minutes) as defined by Google Analytics
  • Spy view, screen resolution tracking and other browser-related parameters
  • The best country, browser and platform detection ever seen, thanks to Browscap and MaxMind
  • Real-time charts (thanks to FusionCharts free edition)
  • 10,000 hits take just 1.4 megabytes of DB space
  • Filters to ignore pageviews based on IP addresses, browsers, referrers, users and permalinks
  • Restrict view/admin access to specific users
  • World map

last updated on:
December 16th, 2014, 13:36 GMT
license type:

GPL: GNU General Public License

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operating system(s):
Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
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7 Screenshots
WP SlimStat - Setting up viewsWP SlimStat - Adding statistics filtersWP SlimStat - Setting up permissionsWP SlimStat - Database and statistics maintenanceWP SlimStat - SlimStat dashboardWP SlimStat - A dashboard holding more data (from the author's website)
What's New in This Release:
  • New:
  • Section under Settings > Filters that allows you to specify what links you want to "leave alone", so that the tracker doesn't interfere with your lightbox treatments.
  • Can now turn on the option to collect mouse coordinates for internal links, which will be used to draw the heatmap on your pages.
  • Operator "is included in" has been added to search matches in lists of strings.
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