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"Count per Day" ist ein Besucherzähler für WordPress.

Die Seitenaufrufe werden pro Artikel gespeichert. Dabei wird als "Reload-Sperre" nur ein Aufruf pro IP-Adresse und Tag berücksichtigt.

Beispiel: Wenn ein Leser 5 Artikel ansieht, sind alle "1 mal gelesen", aber der Gesamtzähler erkennt, dass es nur ein Besucher war.

Die Aufrufe können pro Artikel angezeigt werden. Im Admin-Bereich gibt es weitere Statistiken.

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Count per Day 3.3

Contributors: Tom Braider
Tags: counter, count, posts, visits, reads, dashboard, widget, shortcode
Requires at least: 3.0
Tested up to: 4.1
Stable tag: 3.3
License: Postcardware :)
Donate link: www.tomsdimension.de/postcards

Visit Counter, shows reads and visitors per page, visitors today, yesterday, last week, last months and other statistics.



Description

"Count per Day" counts 1 visit per IP per day. So any reload of the page do not increment the counter.

Languages, Translators


Installation

  1. unzip plugin directory into the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress

The activation will create or update a table wp_cpd_counter.

The Visitors-per-Day function use 7 days as default. So don't surprise about a wrong value in the first week.

Configuration

See the Options Page and check the default values.



Frequently Asked Questions


Need Help? Find Bug?


read and write comments on www.tomsdimension.de/wp-plugins/count-per-day



Screenshots


  1. 1. Statistics on Count-per-Day Dashboard

  2. 2. Options

  3. 3. Widget sample

Arbitrary section


Shortcodes

You can use these shortcodes in the content of your posts to show a number or list
or in your theme files while adding e.g. <?php echo do_shortcode("[THE_SHORTCODE]"); ?>.
To use the shortcodes within a text widget you have to add add_filter("widget_text", "do_shortcode"); to the functions.php of your theme.

[CPD_READS_THIS]
[CPD_READS_TOTAL]
[CPD_READS_TODAY]
[CPD_READS_YESTERDAY]
[CPD_READS_LAST_WEEK]
[CPD_READS_THIS_MONTH]
[CPD_READS_PER_MONTH]
[CPD_VISITORS_TOTAL]
[CPD_VISITORS_ONLINE]
[CPD_VISITORS_TODAY]
[CPD_VISITORS_YESTERDAY]
[CPD_VISITORS_LAST_WEEK]
[CPD_VISITORS_THIS_MONTH]
[CPD_VISITORS_PER_MONTH]
[CPD_VISITORS_PER_DAY]
[CPD_VISITORS_PER_POST]
[CPD_FIRST_COUNT]
[CPD_POSTS_ON_DAY]
[CPD_CLIENTS]
[CPD_COUNTRIES]
[CPD_COUNTRIES_USERS]
[CPD_REFERERS]
[CPD_FLOTCHART]
[CPD_MOST_VISITED_POSTS limit="5" days="30" postsonly="1" posttypes="posts,pages"]
  • limit (optional): max records to show, default = all
  • days (optional), show last x days
  • postsonly (optional), 1 = don't show index pages
  • posttypes (optional), show this posttypes only, sets postsonly to 1
[CPD_POSTS_ON_DAY date="2010-10-06" limit="3"]
  • date (optional), format: year-month-day, default = today
  • limit (optional): max records to show, default = all
[CPD_MAP width="500" height="340" what="reads" min=1]
  • width and height: size, default 500x340 px
  • what: map content - reads|visitors|online, default reads
  • min: 1 (disable title, legend and zoombar), default 0
[CPD_SEARCHES days="14" limit="20"]
  • days (optional), show last x days
  • limit (optional): show x most searched strings
Functions

You can place these functions in your template.
Use
<?php
global $count_per_day;
if(method_exists($count_per_day,"show")) echo $count_per_day->getReadsAll(true);
?>

to check if plugin is activated.

show( $before, $after, $show, $count, $page )'
  • $before = text before number e.g. <p> (default "")
  • $after = text after number e.g. reads</p> (default " reads")
  • $show = true/false, "echo" complete string or "return" number only (default true)
  • $count = true/false, false will not count the reads (default true)
  • $page (optional) PostID
count()
  • only count reads, without any output
  • show call it
getFirstCount( $return )
  • shows date of first count
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getUserPerDay( $days, $return )
  • shows average number of visitors per day of the last $days days
  • default on dashboard (see it with mouse over number) = "Latest Counts - Days" in options
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getReadsAll( $return )
  • shows number of total reads
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getReadsToday( $return )
  • shows number of reads today
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getReadsYesterday( $return )
  • shows number of reads yesterday
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getReadsLastWeek( $return )
  • shows number of reads last week (7 days)
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getReadsThisMonth( $return )
  • shows number of reads current month
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getReadsPerMonth( $return )
  • lists number of reads per month
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getUserAll( $return )
  • shows number of total visitors
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getUserOnline( $frontend, $country, $return )
  • shows number of visitors just online
  • $frontend: 1 no link to map
  • $country: 0 number, 1 country list
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getUserToday( $return )
  • shows number of visitors today
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getUserYesterday( $return )
  • shows number of visitors yesterday
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getUserLastWeek( $return )
  • shows number of visitors last week (7 days)
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getUserThisMonth( $return )
  • shows number of visitors current month
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getUserPerMonth( $frontend, $return )
  • lists number of visitors per month
  • $frontend: 1 no links
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getUserPerPost( $limit, $frontend, $return )
  • lists $limit number of posts, -1: all, 0: get option from DB, x: number
  • $frontend: 1 no links
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getMostVisitedPosts( $days, $limits, $frontend, $postsonly, $return, $posttypes )
  • shows a list with the most visited posts in the last days
  • $days = days to calc (last days), 0: get option from DB
  • $limit = count of posts (last posts), 0: get option from DB
  • $frontend: 1 no links
  • $postsonly: 0 show, 1 don't show categories and taxonomies
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
  • $posttypes: comma separated list of post types, default: empty to show all
getVisitedPostsOnDay( $date, $limit, $show_form, $show_notes, $frontend, $return )
  • shows visited pages at given day
  • $date day in MySQL date format yyyy-mm-dd, 0 today
  • $limit count of posts
  • $show_form show form for date selection, default on, in frontend set it to 0
  • $show_notes show button to add notes in form, default on, in frontend set it to 0
  • $frontend: 1 no links
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getClients( $return )
  • shows visits per client/browser in percent
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getReferers( $limit, $return, $days )
  • lists top $limit referrers of the last $days days, 0: get option from DB, x: number
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getMostVisitedPostIDs( $days, $limit, $cats, $return_array )
  • $days last x days, default = 365
  • $limit return max. x posts, default = 10
  • $cats IDs of categories to filter, array or number
  • $return_array true returns an array with Post-ID, title and count, false returns comma separated list of Post-IDs
function getMap( $what, $width, $height, $min )
  • gets a world map
  • $what visitors|reads|online
  • $width size in px
  • $height size in px
  • $min : 1 disable title, legend and zoombar
getDayWithMostReads( $return )
  • shows day with most Reads
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
getDayWithMostVisitors( $return )
  • shows day with most Visitors
  • $return: 0 echo, 1 return output
GeoIP
  • With GeoIP you can associate your visitors to an country using the ip address.
  • In the database a new column country will be insert on plugin activation.
  • On options page you can update you current visits. This take a while! The Script checks 100 IP addresses at once an reload itself until less then 100 addresses left. Click the update button to check the rest.
  • If the rest remains greater than 0 the IP address is not in GeoIP database (accuracy 99.5%).
  • You can update the GeoIP database from time to time to get new IP data. This necessitates write rights to geoip directory (e.g. chmod 777).
  • If the automatically update don't work download GeoIPv6.dat.gz, extract and rename it to GeoIP.dat and load it to the "geoip" directory.
  • More information about GeoIP on http://www.maxmind.com


Changelog


3.3

  • New: List of most industrious Visitors
  • New: Export data as CSV file
  • New: count given post types only
  • New: Shortcode CPD_FLOTCHART to show the big chart
  • New: Popular Posts Widget, thanks to Maurits van der Schee www.leaseweblabs.com/2014/01/popular-posts-count-per-day-wordpress-plugin
  • New: Part of IP adresses in Bot List, 192.168 will block all visitors from 192.168.x.x
  • New language: Chinese, thanks to Siyuan Tang
  • Bugfix: counting of cached pages
  • Bugfix: cleaning database, delete entries per IP in bot list
  • some little fixes

3.2.10

  • Bugfix: Plugin dir path fixed
  • Bugfix: CSS path fixed
  • Bugfix: search word now case insensitive
  • Bugfix: Translation of widget titles
  • New: world map of current visitors
  • New: check referer agains bot list
  • New: delete clients and referers of older entries

3.2.9

  • Bugfix: PHP without IPv6 support
  • New Language: Persian, thanks to Mahmoud Zooroofchi
  • Hint: use "update old counter data" to repair the unknown countries

3.2.8

  • Bugfix: inet_pton for windows php < 5.3
  • Bugfix: GeoIP support for online world map

3.2.7

  • Bugfix: GeoIP functionality

3.2.6

  • New: posts only parameters for [CPD_MOST_VISITED_POSTS]
  • New: don't count password protected posts without password
  • New: translate widget titles if possible
  • New: flags of Cambodia, Nigeria and Sudan
  • Bugfix: massbot post list has not show all post
  • Bugfix: security fix, XSS
  • Bugfix: problems while adding widgets
  • Bugfix: start session only in backend
  • Bugfix: empty database query

3.2.5

  • Bugfix: compatibility fix for WordPress 3.5

3.2.4

  • Bugfix: security fix, check user permissions

3.2.3

3.2.2

  • New: counter column in custom post lists
  • Bugfix: errors in search words
  • Bugfix: wrong counts in posts lists

3.2.1

  • Bugfix: massbot delete error
  • Bugfix: search words array sometimes corrupt
  • Bugfix: add collected data to reads per post, thanks to Suzakura Karin yumeneko.pmfan.jp / is.gd/VWNyLq
  • Language update: Japanese, thanks to Juno Hayami
  • Language update: Portuguese, thanks to Beto Ribeiro
  • Language update: Russian, thanks to Ilya Pshenichny
  • Language update: Bulgarian, thanks to joro

3.2

  • New: save search words
  • New shortcode: CPD_COUNTRIES_USERS
  • New: flags for Bahamas, Mongolia, Cameroon and Kazakhstan
  • Bugfix: can't move widgets
  • Bugfix: visitors per post list
  • Bugfix: "Clean Database" deleted collection too
  • Bugfix: browser summary Chrome/Safari fixed
  • Bugfix: get real remote IP address, not local server
  • Bugfix: security fixes
  • Change: create collection functions optimized
  • New language: Romanian, thanks to Alexander Ovsov
  • New language: Hindi, thanks to Love Chandel
  • New language: Finnish, thanks to Jani Alha
  • Language update: Ukrainain, thanks to Iflexion design

3.1.1

  • Bugfix: important fixes in map.php and download.php, thanks to 6scan.com

3.1

  • New: memory check before backup to avoid "out of memory" error
  • New: create temporary backup files for download only
  • New: delete backup files in wp-content on settings page
  • Bugfix: all posts shows 1 read in posts list
  • Bugfix: clean database shows 0 entries deleted

3.0

  • New: use now default WordPress database functions to be compatible to e.g. multi-db plugins
  • New: backup your counter data
  • New: collect entries of counter table per month and per post to reduce the database and speed up the statistics
  • New: functions and shortcodes [CPD_DAY_MOST_READS] [CPD_DAY_MOST_USERS] to shows days with most reads/visitors
  • New: option to cut referrer on "?" to not store query strings
  • New: parameter $postsonly for getMostVisitedPosts function to list single posts and pages only
  • New: flags for Moldavia and Nepal
  • New language: Norwegian, thanks to Stein Ivar Johnsen and Tore Johnny Bråtveit
  • New language: Azerbaijani, thanks to Bohdan Zograf
  • New language: Japanese, thanks to Juno Hayami
  • Bugfix: visitors per month list
  • Change: some function parameters
  • Change: little memory optimizing
  • Change: visitors currently online and notes will now managed per option, without seperate tables in database
  • Change: design updated
  • Change: old bar charts deleted
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RSS-Feed 3.049 Kommentare

  1. Juno Juno sagt:

    Hallo!

    Das scheint so ziemlich der Plugin zu sein, nachdem ich eigentlich suche. Nur kapier ich noch nicht ganz, was genau ich machen muss, damit er funktioniert. Ich möchte gerne wissen, wer auf welche posts und pages von meinem blog kommt, aber ich will eigentlich niemandem zeigen, wie viele Leute wo waren. Was für ein php-snippet muss ich denn dann wo einbauen? Oder am Ende gar keins und nur abwarten? Tut mir leid wenn das 'ne dumme Frage ist, aber mit php hab ich nicht so viel Erfahrung!

    • Tom Tom sagt:

      Hallo Juno,
      ist keine dumme Frage. Ich habs einfach noch nicht richtig erklärt. Bin ja auch noch am üben. :wink:
      Du kannst in der single.php von deinem Template irgendwo "im loop", also praktischerweise beim "content", folgenden Code eintippen:

      < ?php if ( function_exists('cpdCount') ) cpdCount(); ?>

      Dann wird der Zugriff gezählt, aber nichts auf der Seite angezeigt. Die Auswertung ist dann der erste Screenshot oben.

  2. Juno Juno sagt:

    Super, danke! :mrgreen:

  3. baron baron sagt:

    hi. Thanks for plugin

    perfect.

    Regards

  4. om. om. sagt:

    Hmmm... tut nicht.
    Im readme steht, dass zwei Tabellen in der Datenbank angelegt werden. Nö. Tut er nicht.
    Nachdem ich keine Besucher gezählt bekam und am Ende eine Beschwerde des Plugins wg. Division durch null da stand, hab' ich 'mal per phpmyadmin nachgeschaut.
    Woran mag's liegen? An WP 2.5.1?

    Grüsse
    om.

  5. om. om. sagt:

    Achso... und den Monat schnallt er irgendwie auch nicht. Da steht dann "gezählt ab 29. 2008" :-O

    om.

  6. Tom Tom sagt:

    Also 2.5.1 geht, hab ich hier auch. Müsste alles mit den nicht vorhandenen Tabellen zusammenhängen. Ohne die hat er auch kein Datum. Die sollten beim aktivieren auf der Plugin-Seite erstellt werden. Aber die Funktion wird bei jedem Zählversuch aufgerufen, falls die Tabellen noch nicht da sind. Stimmen die Rechte zum erstellen? :gruebel:

  7. om. om. sagt:

    Sollten eigentlich stimmen, schliesslich ist die WP-Installation ja auch per script gelaufen...
    Kann ich die von Hand erstellen und wenn ja, mit welchen Werten? Vielleicht hilft ja ein wenig Anschubsen. ;)

    om.

  8. Tom Tom sagt:

    Ich hab mal gemailt. Plugin nochmal deaktivieren/aktivieren?

  9. om. om. sagt:

    Hab's bekommen, danke.
    Aktivieren/Deaktivieren schon probiert, offensichtlich ist die SQL-Syntax nicht OK für den sämlichen Strato-Server mit MySQL 4.0.27...
    Und ich hab' soooowas von keine Ahnung von so Zeugs.

    om.

  10. Tom Tom sagt:

    Nun wissen wir ja wo wir suchen müssen. Wird sofort (heut abend) bereinigt. :approve:

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