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Displays Visitor Maps with location pins, city, and country. Includes a Who's Online Sidebar. Has an admin dashboard to view visitor details. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Displays Visitor Maps with location pins, city, and country. Includes a Who's Online Sidebar. Has an admin dashboard to view visitor details.
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Visitor Maps and Who's Online You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Visitor Maps and Who's Online
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Programmed by <a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/mikechallis/">Mike Challis</a> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Programmed by <a href="http://profiles.wordpress.org/mikechallis/">Mike Challis</a>
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Yes, please read <a href="http://www.fastsecurecontactform.com/update-translation-visitor-maps">How to update a translation of Visitor Maps for WordPress</a> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Yes, please read <a href="http://www.fastsecurecontactform.com/update-translation-visitor-maps">How to update a translation of Visitor Maps for WordPress</a>
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Yes, please read <a href="http://www.fastsecurecontactform.com/translate-visitor-maps">How to translate Visitor Maps for WordPress</a> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Yes, please read <a href="http://www.fastsecurecontactform.com/translate-visitor-maps">How to translate Visitor Maps for WordPress</a>
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The following translations are included: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Yes. To use a translated version, you need to obtain or make the language file for it. At this point it would be useful to read <a href="http://codex.wordpress.org/Installing_WordPress_in_Your_Language" title="Installing WordPress in Your Language">Installing WordPress in Your Language</a> from the Codex. You will need an .mo file for this plugin that corresponds with the "WPLANG" setting in your wp-config.php file. Translations are listed below -- if a translation for your language is available, all you need to do is place it in the <code>/wp-content/plugins/visitor-maps/languages</code> directory of your WordPress installation. If one is not available, and you also speak good English, please consider doing a translation yourself (see the next question). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Yes. To use a translated version, you need to obtain or make the language file for it. At this point it would be useful to read <a href="http://codex.wordpress.org/Installing_WordPress_in_Your_Language" title="Installing WordPress in Your Language">Installing WordPress in Your Language</a> from the Codex. You will need an .mo file for this plugin that corresponds with the "WPLANG" setting in your wp-config.php file. Translations are listed below -- if a translation for your language is available, all you need to do is place it in the <code>/wp-content/plugins/visitor-maps/languages</code> directory of your WordPress installation. If one is not available, and you also speak good English, please consider doing a translation yourself (see the next question).
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Yes, If you use WPMU or BuddyPress you can have multiple blogs with individual visitor maps on each one. On WPMU you would install it in <code>plugins</code>, not <code>mu-plugins</code>. Do not the plugin activate site wide, then each blog owner can have his own visitor map settings and dashboard view. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Yes, If you use WPMU or BuddyPress you can have multiple blogs with individual visitor maps on each one. On WPMU you would install it in <code>plugins</code>, not <code>mu-plugins</code>. Do not the plugin activate site wide, then each blog owner can have his own visitor map settings and dashboard view.
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Probably not. Google analytics, webalizer, etc. are already good free web tracking statistics tools. I would still like to hear from you if you have an idea of how I can improve this. If your suggestion is useful and easy to code, I might add it. <a href="http://www.642weather.com/weather/contact_us.php">Contact Mike Challis</a> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Probably not. Google analytics, webalizer, etc. are already good free web tracking statistics tools. I would still like to hear from you if you have an idea of how I can improve this. If your suggestion is useful and easy to code, I might add it. <a href="http://www.642weather.com/weather/contact_us.php">Contact Mike Challis</a>
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Visitors have Red/yellow location pins. Search bots will have blue location pins. Registered users who are logged in will have green location pins. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Visitors have Red/yellow location pins. Search bots will have blue location pins. Registered users who are logged in will have green location pins.
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Some themes interfere with the proper display of the location pins on the Visitor Maps page. Uncheck the setting "Enable hover labels for location pins on visitor map page." You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Some themes interfere with the proper display of the location pins on the Visitor Maps page. Uncheck the setting "Enable hover labels for location pins on visitor map page."
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The geolite database is really just a 30 meg file. As a workaround, you can manually download the <a href="http://geolite.maxmind.com/download/geoip/database/GeoLiteCity.dat.gz">GeoLiteCity.dat.gz file from this URL</a>, unzip it and upload GeoLiteCity.dat to the <code>/wp-content/visitor-maps-geoip/</code> folder. The GeoLiteCity.dat file is the database for the location from IP feature. If the file is missing, the blog should still function. When the file is not installed, the location information for a user is skipped. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The geolite database is really just a 30 meg file. As a workaround, you can manually download the <a href="http://geolite.maxmind.com/download/geoip/database/GeoLiteCity.dat.gz">GeoLiteCity.dat.gz file from this URL</a>, unzip it and upload GeoLiteCity.dat to the <code>/wp-content/visitor-maps-geoip/</code> folder. The GeoLiteCity.dat file is the database for the location from IP feature. If the file is missing, the blog should still function. When the file is not installed, the location information for a user is skipped.
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If you can, edit your PHP.ini file (usually located in /etc/php.ini or the root folder of your web site) and make sure these two settings are like this: safe_mode = Off, <code>allow_url_fopen = On</code> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you can, edit your PHP.ini file (usually located in /etc/php.ini or the root folder of your web site) and make sure these two settings are like this: safe_mode = Off, <code>allow_url_fopen = On</code>
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Your server's PHP settings is the cause. Possible causes: PHP <code>safe_mode</code> could be enabled, you should turn it off. <code>allow_url_fopen</code> could be disabled, you should turn it on. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Your server's PHP settings is the cause. Possible causes: PHP <code>safe_mode</code> could be enabled, you should turn it off. <code>allow_url_fopen</code> could be disabled, you should turn it on.
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Upgrade to version 1.0.5 or higher and add this code to your theme's sidebar.php: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Upgrade to version 1.0.5 or higher and add this code to your theme's sidebar.php:
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