Thank you for the question.
The plugin only tracks for user’s profile visit and is incapable of tracking other types.
Though it is possible to achieve similar result by keeping a list of user ids in post meta, It might not be good idea if you want to let user’s see which post they visited.
If you only need to show it on the post/page screen, I can ask one of my team mate to put a few lines for custom code for this.
Yes! Please that would be amazing – to see who is viewing post. Basically, it allows author of post to see which members (users) visited their post.
But, even if it’s not for just author of post, and just the post itself showing which members (users) visited that post, would still be very, very cool.
Thank you so much.
Working great! I noticed on line 117 and 118 of class-admin-settings.php both have ‘Before content’, so I changed the one on line 118 to ‘After content’.
I had to make a few changes:
Line 20 of recent-vistors.php I added <div class=”show-recent-viz”>Recent Vistors To Script Post</div>
Then added some CSS:
border-bottom: 1px solid #ccc;
Now it looks great!
1 question: how many people will it show in this members list?
Thank you so much!
PS no display errors, no php log errors, etc. 🙂
It’s working perfectly! THANK YOU SO MUCH.
Are you selling this plugin? How much?
PS I tried the range of 1 vs say 5 users to show on post (members who have visited post) and it works exactly as expected. 🙂
- This reply was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by JohnnyNW.
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