It seems every major app platform from Android to iOS has great stats for developers. However, if you publish a plugin via WordPress.org you are not allowed to include any 3rd Party tracking code (for ...
I'm currently building a simple intranet powered by wordpress. I need to show the stats (most read articles, user logins, etc..) to the administrator, but I can't use google analytics as the install ...
I released a new plugin to the .org repository about a month ago, and have committed several new versions since then, but the pie chart on the stats page has always stayed at 100% for an arbitrary ...
I found a recent report putting WordPress at 10-15% of the Alexa Top 1 Million Sites. http://hackertarget.com/2011/03/web-tech-2011-report/ Do you have any references to other similar data or ...
I've got a self hosted blog and yesterday (18th March) the stats package stopped working. I'm getting the message: Your WordPress.com account, [account] is not authorized to view the stats of this ...
I recently learned that if you have Wordpress.com Stats installed, you can take advantage of stats_get_csv() (Part of the WordPress.com Stats Plugin). <?php if ( function_exists('stats_get_csv') ...