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Effort was made to incorporate a modern design in the new version of the website, and now the website is ready to go! The plugin documentations are separated in several web pages to facilitate easy reading.
The first thing you should do after installing WP Statistics is configure the plug-in, this is accomplished through the settings page. Simply go to Statistics -> Settings to get there. The main settings page looks like this: At the top are nine tabs, each one will be addressed separately. General Settings The General Settings […]
Installation is straight forward, you can either use WordPress’ built in installation process or manually upload the files to the WordPress plugin directory. Once installed, go to the WordPress plugin page and activate WP Statistics. You should then configure the settings found in the following sections, at a minimum, check the sections on the GeoIP, […]
WP Statistics has not yet been tested on PHP 7.1 and reports so far (As of February 2017) indicate there are issues. As PHP 7.1 is still relatively new it is not recommended at this time.
WP Statistics is PHP 7 compliant, however some versions of PHP 7 have bugs that can cause issues. One know issue is with PHP 7.0.4 causing memory exhaustion errors, newer versions of PHP 7 do not have this issue. At this time (August 2016) WP Statistics seems to run fine with PHP 7.0.10, however you […]
Do you have eAccelerator installed? If so this is a known issue with eAccelerator and PHP’s “anonymous” functions, which are used in the user agent parsing library. As no new versions of eAccelerator have been released for over 3 years, you should look to replace it or disable it.
Probably not, most caching plugins don’t execute the standard WordPress loop for a page it has already cached (by design of course) which means the WP Statistics code never runs for that page. This means WP Statistics can’t record the page hit or visitor information, which defeats the purpose of WP Statistics. We do not […]
WP Statistics doesn’t officially support multi-site however it does have limited functionally associated with it and should function without issue. However no support is provided at this time. Version 8.8 is the first release that should install, upgrade and remove correctly on mutli-site as well as have some very basic support for the network admin […]
Make sure you have WordPress configured correctly for SMTP and also check your WP Cron is working correctly. You can use Cron View to examine your WP Cron table and see if there are any issues.