UPDATE: Also removed some passing by reference in
foreach, that was unsupported in PHP4 too.
UPDATE: Due to recent complaints I removed the
try...catch block and now the plugin is PHP4-safe again.
Following a suggestion from Alex, I’ve updated the wordpress.com stats helper plugin to version 0.5. The main change is that you can filter items by type in most visited list.
The new version also comes with a new template function for most visited posts, using a more flexible argument passing method (via an array).
I’ve been waiting for the wordpress.org/extend hosting to be activated before posting updates to the Stats Helper Plugin. So here goes!
Version 0.4 brings:
- Possibility to specify a timeframe for the stats
- Possibility to retrieve views for a specific post/page (by id)
- (Hopefully) better usage documentation
Get it at: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpresscom-stats-helper/!
Yesterday the stats helper plugin hosting was activated on wordpress.org: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpresscom-stats-helper/. From now on all updates will be available there.
On Caroline‘s suggestion I updated the Stats Helper Plugin so that you can display the number of blog visits since stats where enabled.
Makumba now has a blog!
Makumba is a web RAD framework written in Java. I helps you create a database-centric application in almost no time. It’s been used and developed mostly by BEST and it provides a quick way to kickstart a J2EE project. That’s cool!
OTOH, coffee poured over laptop’s USB generates “USB device not recognized” errors. Not so cool!