post views

A plugin logging how many times your post/page has been visited, supporting cache plugin, with detailed analysis pages and powerful external invoking functions.

Latest Version: V2.6.3 ( Released on 30 May 2014, add favorite category list (like post list))

Reminder: You can find it in “Dashboard -> Post View -> Options”! Pls note that the historic summary data wont be deleted, only detailed post view records will be deleted.


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A quick catch up what this plugin will provide you.【Previews】.


How to get this plugin work? any external invoking functions? sample code? 【Usage】.


Don’t understand what “previews/viewed coverage” means? 【Terms】.

Q & A:

Plugin cannot work? upgrade failure? want to uninstall it? 【Q & A】.

Change Log:

New features implemented? bug fixed? concern about upgrade risk? 【Change Log】.


Provide wordpress plugin development service as well. 【Mail to Suny】.


Russian : Vladimir Prohorenkov, Portuguese : Fail to find the translator, French : Benoit.

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  1. Michael 2010-11-08
    @13:59 Reply

    Terrific plugin, thanks. I think there’s an extra } in the first php code example listed above.

  2. Suny Tse2010-11-08
    @15:18   to  MichaelReply

    Thanks Michael, yeah really an extra }.

  3. Ivan 2010-11-10
    @02:51 Reply

    you have really a very good plugin written

    Greetings from Switzerland

  4. Nickolas 2010-11-17
    @17:09 Reply

    Thanks for the good plugin.
    I’ve updated it, and replace the old code:
    if(function_exists(‘get_views’)) { _e(‘Views : ‘); echo get_views($type = ‘normal’);}
    with a new code:
    if(function_exists(‘get_post_views’)) { _e(‘ , Views: ‘); echo get_post_views(‘normal’);}
    And it shows fine, but do not counting. Constantly shows 0 views. What did I do wrong? And where insert this code:

  5. Suny Tse2010-11-17
    @18:24   to  NickolasReply

    I would like to know whether the count is right before upgrading?
    Whether you are using any cache plugin like WP-Cache? This plugin don't support cache.
    If you want to show special type views(not total) like 'today' views. you can insert 'get_post_views('normal','today')'.

  6. Nickolas 2010-11-17
    @19:28 Reply

    Yes, before upgrading counter is showed correct, and I have no caching. And after the upgrade, everything was on zero and are not updated.

  7. Suny Tse2010-11-18
    @08:58   to  NickolasReply

    hi Nickolas, try to deactivate it and then activate it. If these cannot do, pls check your database, make sure that table '* post-views' existed. if it existing, check the records.

  8. Nickolas2010-11-18
    @15:39   to  Suny TseReply

    Hello. Thank you, yes method 1 is resolved this problem, it working now. Thank you again. Regards, Nickolas.

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