WordPress Popular Posts

Descripción

WordPress Popular Posts es un widget muy personalizable que muestra las entradas más populares en tu blog.

Funcionalidades principales

  • Multi-widget capable – You can have several widgets of WordPress Popular Posts on your blog, each with its own settings!
  • Time Range – List those posts of your blog that have been the most popular ones within a specific time range (eg. last 24 hours, last 7 days, last 30 days, etc)!
  • Soporta tipos de entradas personalizadas -¿Quieres mostrar otras cosas más que sólo entradas y páginas?
  • Thumbnails! – Display a thumbnail of your posts! (see the FAQ section for technical requirements.)
  • Statistics dashboard – See how your popular posts are doing directly from your admin area.
  • Sorting options – Order your popular list by comments, views (default) or average views per day!
  • Use your own layout! – WPP is flexible enough to let you customize the look and feel of your popular posts! (see customizing WPP’s HTML markup and How to style WordPress Popular Posts for more.)
  • Disqus support – Sort your popular posts by Disqus comments count!
  • Polylang & WPML support!
  • WordPress Multisite support – Each site on the network can have its own popular posts!

Otras funcionalidades

  • Shortcode support – Use the [wpp] shortcode to showcase your most popular posts on pages, too! For usage and instructions, please refer to the installation section.
  • Template tags – Don’t feel like using widgets? No problem! You can still embed your most popular entries on your theme using the wpp_get_mostpopular() template tag. Additionally, the wpp_get_views() template tag allows you to retrieve the views count for a particular post. For usage and instructions, please refer to the installation section.
  • Localización – Traduce WPP a tu idioma (Consulta lassección de preguntas más frecuentes para más información).
  • WP-PostRatings support – Muestra a tus visitantes cómo están valorando los lectores tus entradas!

¡WordPress Popular Posts ahora también está en GitHub!

Agradecimientos

  • Imagen de flama realizado por freevector/Vecteezy.com.

Capturas

  • Panel de control de Widgets.
  • Widget de WordPress Popular Posts.
  • El widget WordPress Popular Posts en la barra lateral del tema.
  • Panel de estadísticas de WordPress Popular Posts.

Instalación

Please make sure your site meets the minimum requirements before proceeding.

Automatic installation

  1. Log in into your WordPress dashboard.
  2. Go to Plugins > Add New.
  3. In the “Search Plugins” field, type in WordPress Popular Posts and hit Enter.
  4. Find the plugin in the search results list and click on the “Install Now” button.

Manual installation

  1. Descarga el plugin y extrae sus contenidos.
  2. Sube la carpeta wordpress-popular-posts al directorio /wp-content/plugins/.
  3. Activate the WordPress Popular Posts plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress.

Done! What’s next?

  1. Go to Appearance > Widgets, drag and drop the WordPress Popular Posts widget to your sidebar. Once you’re done configuring it, hit the Save button.
  2. Si tienes un plugin de caching instalado en tu sitio web, vacía su caché ahora para que WPP pueda empezar a obtener data de tu sitio.
  3. Go to Appearance > Editor. Under “Templates”, click on header.php and make sure that the <?php wp_head(); ?> tag is present (should be right before the closing </head> tag).
  4. (Opcional, pero recomendado para sitios grandes o de mucho tráfico) Se recomienda habilitar Data Sampling y/o Caching. Consulta aquí para más información.

¡Eso es todo!

USO

WordPress Popular Posts puede ser utilizado de tres maneras diferentes:

  1. Como un widget: simplemente arrástralo y colócalo en la barra lateral de tu tema y configúralo.
  2. Como template tag: puedes colocarlo en cualquier lugar de tu tema con wpp_get_mostpopular().
  3. Via shortcode, para que puedas colocarlo dentro de una entrada o página.

Asegúrate de pasar por el Wiki también, ¡encontrarás aún más información allí!

Preguntas frecuentes

The FAQ section has been moved here.

Installation Instructions

Please make sure your site meets the minimum requirements before proceeding.

Automatic installation

  1. Log in into your WordPress dashboard.
  2. Go to Plugins > Add New.
  3. In the “Search Plugins” field, type in WordPress Popular Posts and hit Enter.
  4. Find the plugin in the search results list and click on the “Install Now” button.

Manual installation

  1. Descarga el plugin y extrae sus contenidos.
  2. Sube la carpeta wordpress-popular-posts al directorio /wp-content/plugins/.
  3. Activate the WordPress Popular Posts plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress.

Done! What’s next?

  1. Go to Appearance > Widgets, drag and drop the WordPress Popular Posts widget to your sidebar. Once you’re done configuring it, hit the Save button.
  2. Si tienes un plugin de caching instalado en tu sitio web, vacía su caché ahora para que WPP pueda empezar a obtener data de tu sitio.
  3. Go to Appearance > Editor. Under “Templates”, click on header.php and make sure that the <?php wp_head(); ?> tag is present (should be right before the closing </head> tag).
  4. (Opcional, pero recomendado para sitios grandes o de mucho tráfico) Se recomienda habilitar Data Sampling y/o Caching. Consulta aquí para más información.

¡Eso es todo!

USO

WordPress Popular Posts puede ser utilizado de tres maneras diferentes:

  1. Como un widget: simplemente arrástralo y colócalo en la barra lateral de tu tema y configúralo.
  2. Como template tag: puedes colocarlo en cualquier lugar de tu tema con wpp_get_mostpopular().
  3. Via shortcode, para que puedas colocarlo dentro de una entrada o página.

Asegúrate de pasar por el Wiki también, ¡encontrarás aún más información allí!

Reseñas

Bad customization and cache realization

It is impossible to configure the output of content through the hooks – there is none of them.
Also there are problems with caching. When I turned it off, I watched the message “Sorry. No data so far” for a long time. The view counter information is displayed incorrectly even with the “Data Sampling” option turned off
Please do something about it.

Great plugin

Hi, great plugin, I’m using it for many years.

Currently, I have struggled with the new version (4.0.3 but in 4.0.2 also) there is a problem or even two. I see that you rewrite your code from scratch and this is probably the main problem – but of course, this code is more readable and more OOP so after all, I can forgive U 😉

Usage of these options in function wpp_get_mostpopular are different:

1. Old version thumb_img -> new version thumb_url
2. Old version ‘wpp_start’ => ” new version must be ‘wpp_start’ => ‘ ‘ (with space) and ‘wpp_start’ => false is not working either.

Best regards

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Registro de cambios

4.0.8

  • Multisite: plugin can now be installed individually on each site.
  • Multisite: improved upgrade process.
  • Dashboard: adds multisite check to Debug screen.
  • Dashboard: have the Debug screen display active plugins only.
  • Improves compatibility with Beaver Builder.
  • Adds onload event to ajax widget (props @cawa-93).
  • Other minor bug fixes.

4.0.6

  • Improves compatibility with Multisite.
  • Fixes a bug that prevented upgrade process from running on MU (props Greg Sullivan!)
  • Improves compatibility with Beaver Builder.

4.0.5

  • Fixes the taxonomy filter for Custom Post Types.
  • Updates summary table structure and indexes.
  • Adds back ability to use custom wpp.css from theme.
  • Dashboard: adds a Debug screen to help with support inquiries.
  • Other minor bug fixes and improvements.

4.0.3

This is a hotfix release.

  • Dashboard: escapes post titles to prevent potential XSS (props Delta!)
  • Restores ability to use a custom default thumbnail.

4.0.2

This is a hotfix release.

  • Dashboard: fixes thumbnail picker on HTTPS.
  • Adds the wpp_custom_html filter back.

4.0.1

This is a hotfix release.

  • Fixes a warning message triggered on old PHP versions.
  • Fixes undefined default_thumbnail_sizes warning message.
  • Removes a hardcoded table prefix causing issues on sites that uses a different prefix than the stock one.

4.0.0

If you’re using a caching plugin, flushing its cache after installing / upgrading to this version is highly recommended.

  • Plugin code refactored!
  • Dashboard section redesigned (now mobile-friendly, too!)
  • New Statistics chart and other goodies.
  • Adds ability to pick a Custom Time Range!
  • Adds ability to filter posts by other taxonomies than just categories!
  • Adds Relative Date Format.
  • Fixes broken views tracking caused by changeset 41508 https://core.trac.wordpress.org/changeset/41508 (props hykw!)
  • Improves PHP7+ compatibility.
  • Improves compatibility with WP-SpamShield, WooCommerce, Polylang and WPML.
  • Drops qTranslate support (that plugin has been long removed from WordPress.org anyways.)
  • New content tags added: {img_url}, {taxonomy}.
  • New filters: wpp_post_class, wpp_post_exclude_terms.
  • French and German translation files became too outdated and so support has been dropped for now (want to help? Contact me!)
  • Tons of minor bug fixes and improvements.

Also, see Release notes.

3.3.4

  • Attempt to convert tables to InnoDB during upgrade if other engine is being used.
  • Adds a check to prevent the upgrade process from running too many times.
  • Minor improvements and bug fixes.
  • Documentation updated.

3.3.3

  • Fixes potential XSS exploit in WPP’s admin dashboard.
  • Adds filter to set which post types should be tracked by WPP (details).
  • Adds ability to select first attached image as thumbnail source (thanks, @serglopatin!)

3.3.2

  • Fixes warning message: ‘stream does not support seeking in…’
  • Removes excerpt HTML encoding.
  • Passes widget ID to the instance variable for customization.
  • Adds CSS class current.
  • Documentation cleanup.
  • Other minor bug fixes / improvements.

3.3.1

  • Fixes undefined index notice.
  • Makes sure legacy tables are deleted on plugin upgrade.

3.3.0

  • Adds the ability to limit the amount of data logged by WPP (see Settings > WordPress Popular Posts > Tools for more).
  • Adds Polylang support (thanks, @Chouby!)
  • Removes post data from DB on deletion.
  • Fixes whitespaces from post_type argument (thanks, @getdave!)
  • WPP now handles SSL detection for images.
  • Removes legacy datacache and datacache_backup tables.
  • Adds Settings page advertisement support.
  • FAQ section has been moved over to Github.

See full changelog.