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Most Read Plugin for Wordpress http://www.palepurple.co.uk
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pp-most-read ------------ Random 'Questions': ------------------ Q. What is it? A 'simple' wordpress plugin designed for recording which is the most popular page on a blog. Q. How is is different from 101 plugins which also do this ? A. It should record hits which are the result of the end user viewing a static cached page (e.g. via varnish or something like WPSuperCache or w3tc Total Cache). A. It should perform vaguely well under load - namely : * each page hit does not result in a database update/write - hits are batched up over a period of time and flushed in one go. A. It only logs hits by 'real' browsers - or at least those with JS enabled. The plugin requires you have caching turned on - we developed it with w3tc total cache; we assume you'll be using memcached as a caching backend - and therefore there will be minimal I/O There is a wp-admin settings option to control the duration of this cache period. Installation: ------------- 0. This assumes Wordpress v3.3ish. The plugin should be compatible with PHP5.2 and above. 1. Put/copy the pp-most-read folder into wp-content/plugins/ 2. Activate the plugin within the wp-admin control panel. 3. Include <?php echo ppmr_mostread(); ?> within your sidebar or where ever you want the 'top 10 list' to be. Thanks to: ---------- http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/most-read-posts-in-xx-days/ for some inspiration Original Author: --------------- Steven Meyer <firstname.lastname@example.org> Licence: ------- GPL v2 or greater.