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This plugin will allow you to keep track of every hit on your public WordPress site (note that it does not track admin activity).

The following views are available:

  • Summary View – an overview of blog activity
  • Hit Counter – a drill-down report of hits for various periods of time
  • User Counter – Track the number of individual computers who came to the site
  • Page Views – track the number of total views your WordPress installation served
  • Browser – Find out what browsers visited your site
  • Referrer – What other sites brought traffic to your own site
  • Search Terms – What search terms did search engined link to your site
  • SE Saturation – what percent of pages on your site have been crawled by the GoogleBot or the BingBot
  • IP addresses – What individual IP addresses requested data from your site

More information might be found under


  • Summary view of stattraq. To the left is the navigation, to the right is a summary of users/hits over the day and in the middle there is a view of the most viewed posts this day.

  • Hits over the day.


To install first copy the files in the appropiate directory. It should look somewhat like this:



Then after activating the plugin in the wordpress administration panel, point your browser to


and follow the instructions to create or update the stattraq-tables. To view your statistics go to the admin panel and select “Stat Traq”.


Q. Where’s my data?

A. Until someone who is not signed into the administrative panel (wp-admin) hits
your WordPress installation StatTraq cannot help you see statistics.

Q. My ISP says my database is getting HUGE. What can I do?

A. (WARNING!!! THIS IS PERMANENT!!! use SQL commands at your own risk!!!!)
Open up a session with your MySQL server [we recommend phpMyAdmin] and type
in a query such as
DELETE FROM %wp-prefix%_stattraq WHERE access_time < ‘2009-01-01 00:00:00’;

Q. Will you be giving me a way in the options section of the interface to delete older records?

A. Probably. We’ll also be giving you a high five if we meet you at a WordCamp.


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New Features in 1.3:
* Added a widget to the admin homepage which displays the traffic bar chart
and when its clicked on takes you to the StatTraq summary view.

Fixes in 1.3:

  • Fixed feeds to track correctly
  • Fixed URLs to work on installations that are not in the root directory for your domain
  • Fixed various sorting issues in the different views
  • Moved the external IP address information into the ip_address view