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Quick Q & A: 3

Quick Q & A: 3

Here are some quick answers to questions I’ve received from comments, emails, and search queries. You can find Parts 1 & 2 of this segment in the Quick Q & A category. What is “encrypted_search_terms” in WordPress.com Stats plugin? Encrypted_search_terms is reported within the WordPress.com Stats plugin when the search […]

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Disable Firefox Missing Plugin Notification

Disable Firefox Missing Plugin Notification

Whenever you visit a media rich website (it’s hard to avoid them these days), you’ll likely be asked to install Adobe’s Flash player or Shockwave player, Microsoft’s Silverlight plugin, Apple’s Quick-time plugin, Oracle’s Java runtime environment, or any number of other web browser plugins.. The fact is that you likely […]

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Don’t Count Administrators In WordPress.com Stats Plugin

Don’t Count Administrators In WordPress.com Stats Plugin

The WordPress.com Stats plugin is great for tracking page-views of your visitors. You can see the top posts and pages, the incoming referral links and search terms, and the outbound links to where your visitors left. As the Administrator, you have two options available for modification. You can choose to: […]

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WordPress.com Stats Plugin

WordPress.com Stats Plugin

Since the day after I started my blog until yesterday (a span of 3 weeks), the WordPress.com Stats plug-in has not worked for me. I wasn’t sure why but I didn’t make it a priority because I’ve setup Google Analytics to track visitor trends and site referrals. I was fixing […]

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