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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 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

    If that's not the case and you are referring to a blog then we do not have individual plugins at (wpMU multiuser blogging platform)

    And, if you want to suggest that this feature is added for 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. (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 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. 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.

    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.

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