A few months ago, i’ve been releasing an Asynchronous Google Analytics for WordPress plugin. I’ve never realize there are so much antusiasm with my plugin. There are thousand downloaded and used by wordpress user / blogger all around the world. This have been push my abilities to expand and improve the plugin features and functionalities. [...]
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Basically, the Asynchronous Google Analytics for WordPress plugin still came with the original features of “Google Analytics for WordPress” plugin, except that the plugin using new asynchronous tracking method NOW! In the plugin setting panel, you can activate / deactivate the asynchronous tracking method easily; so, you can still decide between using the traditional tracking method or use new asynchronous tracking method; which the default is using new asynchronous tracking method.
There are a ton of WordPress plugins out there, so it’s no surprise that many are lost in the crowd. Here are three great plugins that I think deserve more attention (inspired by this post from a year ago): Broken Link Checker — Automatically checks your posts for broken links and images and reports its [...]
WordPress makes plugin deactivation simple enough — just go to the “Plugins” section, find the plugin, and then click “Deactivate.” But what if you want to get rid of a plugin for good? Here’s how: Check for an uninstaller — If the plugin has administration pages, check them to see if the plugin has an [...]
Say you just disabled a plugin, and now your WordPress blog’s front-end says “Fatal error: Call to undefined function.” Part of your site may even be missing. The problem is that your theme is calling on the plugin you deactivated. However, since that plugin is gone, the site displays an error and then stops rendering [...]