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Stats Extension—Percentages

  1. I'm fairly happy with the Stats plugin that WordPress.Com uses—but I have one suggestion.

    There should be percentages for each day, saying what percentage of visitors came from a search engine, what percentage was referred, and what percentage came directly.

  2. If this post refers to a wordpress.org install that is using the wordpress stats plugin then support hours are weekdays 8-4PM Pacific time and here's the link to reach staff http://wordpress.com/contact-support/

    If that's not the case and you are referring to a wordpress.com blog then we do not have individual plugins at wordpress.com (wpMU multiuser blogging platform) http://faq.wordpress.com/2005/10/27/can-i-upload-my-own-plugins/

    And, if you want to suggest that this feature is added for wordpress.com blogs then it may be advisable that you bring your idea to staff attention.

  3. No, I mean the 'Blog Stats' feature on the WordPress Dashboard. It may not be a plugin.. I just meant an extension from the original WP install.

  4. @codemonkeys
    I assume you are using the stats plugin on a self-hosted blog. For feature requests, I would suggest that you contact support and let them know about your suggestion.

    http://wordpress.com/contact-support/ (Mon-Fri 8am-4pm Pacific time) or using the "support" button in the upper right of your dashboard.

  5. No, I mean the stats feature here on WordPress.Com.

  6. Ahhh, ok sorry. When I see "plugin" I automatically assume outside wordpress.com. As I said your best bet is to pass your request on to staff so that they can consider it.

  7. This is a multiuser blogging platform wpMU and the only plugins used here are universal and apply to all blogs like Akismet. As the links I posted above reveal we do not have plugin tabs and we cannot upload individual plugins on this wpMU platform.

    WordPress.com does run Google analytics on our blogs and because only 1 urchin script is allowed to run on our blogs we cannot individually run Google analytics as well. http://faq.wordpress.com/2006/08/03/can-i-use-google-analytics/

    If you wish to see additions to the stats display that we get now as you have described above then you will have to send in a support ticket as thesacredpath has described above.

    http://faq.wordpress.com/2006/02/09/questions-about-stats/

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