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Changeset 613016


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Timestamp:
10/16/12 02:55:14 (18 months ago)
Author:
cfinke
Message:

Version 2.0

Location:
wordpress-feed-statistics
Files:
2 edited
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  • wordpress-feed-statistics/tags/2.0/feed-statistics.php

    r610053 r613016  
    55Plugin URI: http://www.chrisfinke.com/wordpress/plugins/feed-statistics/ 
    66Description: Compiles statistics about who is reading your blog via a feed reader and what posts they're reading. 
    7 Version: 2.0pre 
     7Version: 2.0 
    88Author: Christopher Finke 
    99Author URI: http://www.chrisfinke.com/ 
     
    1111*/ 
    1212 
    13 define( 'FEED_STATISTICS_VERSION', '2.0pre' ); 
     13define( 'FEED_STATISTICS_VERSION', '2.0' ); 
    1414 
    1515if (preg_match("/feed\-statistics\.php$/", $_SERVER["PHP_SELF"])) { 
  • wordpress-feed-statistics/tags/2.0/readme.txt

    r610052 r613016  
    1111== Description == 
    1212 
    13 Feed Statistics is a plugin for Wordpress blogs that tracks statistics for your RSS/Atom feeds, including the number of subscribers, which feed readers they're using, which posts they're viewing and which links they're clicking on. 
     13Feed Statistics is a plugin that tracks statistics for your RSS/Atom feeds, including the number of subscribers, which feed readers they're using, which posts they're viewing and which links they're clicking on. 
    1414 
    1515You have two ways to display your subscriber count. You can either add the following code to your theme (in your sidebar, for example): 
     
    1919This will display a simple "123 feed subscribers" line of text that you can markup however you want. If your theme is widget-compatible, you can instead use the Feed Statistics widget, which will display the same text, but inside of an easy-to-manage widget. (If you want to style the widget text, it is inside a tag.) 
    2020 
    21 The plugin also adds a "Feed" section to your Wordpress administration panel. This section has four subsections: Feed (Options), Feed Readers, Post Views, and Clickthroughs. 
     21The plugin also adds a "Feed Statistics" menu to your dashboard. This section has four subsections: Feed Statistics (Options), Feed Readers, Post Views, and Clickthroughs. 
    2222 
    2323It will take a few days for the subscriber count to become accurate, so you may want to wait a day or two between installing/activating the plugin and publicly displaying your subscriber count. 
    24  
    25 == Installation == 
    26  
    27 To install, upload feed-statistics.php to the wp-content/plugins/ directory of your blog, and activate the plugin from your Administration panel. 
    2824 
    2925== Screenshots == 
  • wordpress-feed-statistics/trunk/feed-statistics.php

    r610053 r613016  
    55Plugin URI: http://www.chrisfinke.com/wordpress/plugins/feed-statistics/ 
    66Description: Compiles statistics about who is reading your blog via a feed reader and what posts they're reading. 
    7 Version: 2.0pre 
     7Version: 2.0 
    88Author: Christopher Finke 
    99Author URI: http://www.chrisfinke.com/ 
     
    1111*/ 
    1212 
    13 define( 'FEED_STATISTICS_VERSION', '2.0pre' ); 
     13define( 'FEED_STATISTICS_VERSION', '2.0' ); 
    1414 
    1515if (preg_match("/feed\-statistics\.php$/", $_SERVER["PHP_SELF"])) { 
  • wordpress-feed-statistics/trunk/readme.txt

    r610052 r613016  
    55Requires at least: 3.2 
    66Tested up to: 3.4.2 
    7 Stable tag: 1.5 
     7Stable tag: 2.0 
    88 
    99Compiles statistics about who is reading your blog via a feed reader and what posts they're reading. 
     
    1111== Description == 
    1212 
    13 Feed Statistics is a plugin for Wordpress blogs that tracks statistics for your RSS/Atom feeds, including the number of subscribers, which feed readers they're using, which posts they're viewing and which links they're clicking on. 
     13Feed Statistics is a plugin that tracks statistics for your RSS/Atom feeds, including the number of subscribers, which feed readers they're using, which posts they're viewing and which links they're clicking on. 
    1414 
    1515You have two ways to display your subscriber count. You can either add the following code to your theme (in your sidebar, for example): 
     
    1919This will display a simple "123 feed subscribers" line of text that you can markup however you want. If your theme is widget-compatible, you can instead use the Feed Statistics widget, which will display the same text, but inside of an easy-to-manage widget. (If you want to style the widget text, it is inside a tag.) 
    2020 
    21 The plugin also adds a "Feed" section to your Wordpress administration panel. This section has four subsections: Feed (Options), Feed Readers, Post Views, and Clickthroughs. 
     21The plugin also adds a "Feed Statistics" menu to your dashboard. This section has four subsections: Feed Statistics (Options), Feed Readers, Post Views, and Clickthroughs. 
    2222 
    2323It will take a few days for the subscriber count to become accurate, so you may want to wait a day or two between installing/activating the plugin and publicly displaying your subscriber count. 
    24  
    25 == Installation == 
    26  
    27 To install, upload feed-statistics.php to the wp-content/plugins/ directory of your blog, and activate the plugin from your Administration panel. 
    2824 
    2925== Screenshots == 
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