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Monitor pages outside Joomla! No performance footprint on load. 3-click install and activation. Once called the "Swiss Army Knife" for every Joomla! website.
(formerly known as JoomlaWatch)
➨ Live Stats
- displays the your visitor's visits in real-time
- pop-up window with 3rd party URL to get more information about IP address
- IP address, browser, operating system, actual page, where user came from
- option to block user and add page to goals
- dashboard with current and previous week visit statistics
- graphs for today with goals, referers, internal page flow, keyphrases, keywords, visited pages, most active top users, countries, browsers, operating systems
➨ Anti-spam blocking harmful bots
- contains list of pre-defined spam words and blocked IP addresses, you can add your "bad words" into this list based on which the IP addresses will be blocked from your website
➨ Nightly Emails
- an email report which is sent overnight so you don't have to log in into Joomla back-end to see how is your site performing
- nightly email report contains 1-day, 7-day, 28-day change of:
- total visits (unique / page loads/ hits),
- number of fulfilled goals, pages, referers, countries, browsers, operating systems
- allows you to configure nightly email reports and filter the results
➨ Free Android mobile app
- access your stats with one-click from your mobile screen
➨ Front-end counters
- displays number of visitors for today, visitors for yesterday, this week counter, last week, this month, last month, total visitors
- logged in users
- flags of visitor's coutnries
➨ Settings and 42 world languages
- possibility to choose from one of these languages: Albanian, Arabic, Bengali, Brazilian Portuguese, Bulgarian, Chinese-simplified, Chinese-traditional, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, polish, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Vietnamese
- show only last visited page in live stats
- hide repetitive title (in case page title contains some prefix)
- number of total visits
- URL of 3rd party geolocation service opened on popup
- front-end user widget possibility to set link which displays most active user's info
- front-end country widget flag settings (name, upper/lower case, number of rows/columns, max rows / columns), toggle
- front-end visitor widget settings (to show today, yesterday, this week
- allows you to track various types of user actions, such as:
visited page, page title, username, IP address, came from, country, URL and Form parameters, option to block or redirect such users
- displays the same as Live Stats but with more tabs and paging
14.10.2013 - version 2.2
The stats shows only one person logged in, even if there are 50 more persons, it only shows me, the adminstrator. it does not show my activities on the site like moving from one page to another as it used to do before.it keeps my IP address but no one else. and when I sign in the following day, it does not change the date or activity.
can any one help, or suggest a sotlution.
I left several emails on the authers homepage, with no response.
I hope your hack was not related to JoomlaWatch. It has several protection against sql injection etc. The reason why I have overlooked it is that it was posted into the forum and not as a bug report (as strongly suggested in forum). From there it's easier to track the whole process. I'm going to make some time to work on new features so I hope I could also take a look at your problem.
I've been online for the last 15 years and joomlawatch is the only 100% free inbound search results tracking software I care to use...
all webmasters that use this software know it's ability to make them MILLIONS MORE DOLLARS PER YEAR through "analytics"...
A MUST HAVE, EVERYONE VOTE CODEGRAVITY UP... THEY DESERVE IT...
I do not have an ftp program, nor do i have 'total commander' - or whatever it is..
Can you give me some step by step instructions on how to solve it. i can download programs such as an ftp client.
i tried contacting support but no help there :/
P.S. i give it 5 stars because a friend has it and its awesome!
The only issue I had was that my hosting service (DreamHost) didn't allow for much memory and JoomlaWatch demands a lot.... so for several months I was getting "Internal Server Error" messages, sometimes many times a day, other times not.
It was that my Hosting had a program that aborted anything that was causing server memory overload (to cuase the server to crash) and hence my problem.
So this isn't necessarily an issue with this extension, but rather my hosting.
I wasn't sure what was going on - directory security hadn't changed. So I copied the Joomla site to another directory and pointed the website mapping there. Same issue! Even using my base domain and calling the website as a subdirectory, I had the same issue. So... since JoomlaWatch had been the last thing I had installed - I deleted it from the directory.
And suddenly... everything started working again. This extension was PROMPTING the user to login when they visited the website! Needless to say, I won't come anywhere near this extension again!
Hello B. Richardson,
Joomlawatch would never intentionally ask user to login.
You can examine the source code, which is freely available. I wonder what triggered this unexpected behaviour.
Maybe you've set that it's module is available for registered users only and not everyone.
I would ask you to fill a bug report (http://www.codegravity.com/bug/) with all possible details. It would be great if you could also try to reproduce this once again. I'm sorry what happened to you and don't expect that you'll change your attitude, but this might help other users from experiencing this later on. Thank you.
This members/guest online counting is the native part of Joomla CMS itself. JoomlaWatch just uses that module. There is no way how can we influence it.
Thank you. I'm trying to solve this problem too, but unfortunately, cannot reproduce it since codegravity.com's server is not experiencing it. The server obviously has to be in different timezone. If you want to contribute to solving this issue, please contact me using the email which appears at the codegravity.com's website.
Also, it required to publish on frontend some modules to make it work and if you don't want them appear on your site, you can't make it work !!
Thumbs up to the JoomlaWatch dev team!
com_joomlawatch and mod_joomlawatch_agent has to be installed. The other mods are optional.
The back-end component is function rich and is highly configurable.
JoomlaWatch is superior to any other similar app that I know of :-)