GUTENBERG BLOCKIf you are using the new Gutenberg editor once Page View Count is turned on from the plugins settings page the Global Page View Count meta will show under the sidebar Document Tab. Page View Count can be added to anywhere in your content by doing a block search for ‘Page Views’ or selecting the block from the Common Blocks menu. Adding the Page Views block to your content automatically deactivates the Global Page View counter on the post or page. You can then place the counter anywhere in the content and set the alignment for it.
COMPATIBILTYCompatible with WordPress 5.0+ and backwards to WP 4.6.0. Compatible with Classic Editor plugin with 5.0+ (Gutenberg Deactivated)
- On the front end it adds an icon and page views count to the bottom or top of pages and posts on your WordPress website.
- Switch ON | OFF hide Page Views Count for all Posts, Pages and all custom posts types including WooCommerce custom post types.
- Set the Position of the counter to show at the top of the page or post or at the bottom
- Set alignment of the counter Left, Right or Centre
- Set the colour and size of the counter icon
- Option to use load by Ajax to prevent the count from being cached by caching plugins
- Option to Manually set / edit total views and views today from Page View Count meta box on any post or page editor
- Lightweight – Fontawesome icon (no image to load) and called via WordPress JSON RESTful API (not on ajax-admin.php)
- Page Views block (Gutenberg) allows you to set the counter anywhere in your content on any post or page.
- All options and settings are point click – absolutely no coding required
DEVELOPERSOn the plugins dashboard in the + Page Views Count Function options box you will find the Page Views Count functions and notes on how to use them.
- Use to manually add Page views count to any content or object in the theme.
- Use to add page View Count to any content that is not create using WordPress custom post / taxonomy type.
- Use to create a custom position of the Page Views Count
- Functions support echo and return parameters when getting visitor stats on any variable.
- The number 1 support request we get about the plugin is that it double or triple counts page or post loads. Yes it does and if you see that it is a Red Flag that you have a misconfiguration or bug in your theme or a plugin. Page Views Count does exactly that – counts each time the page or post is loading in the browser – if its counting twice it is because the browser is double loading the page. That is a bad thing and you or your developer needs to fix that.