Once you have installed the plugin, go to Appearance – Widgets and add the CMF Ads widget. You can then choose the options for this widget. You will be asked for the site ID – you can get this by going to the CMF Ads Control Panel and clicking Get Widget next to the site you’re working on.
The plugin is only available to those of you with a self-hosted WordPress blog.
I have been hunting for a plugin to view my WP Statistics and to track my visitors’ search terms in order to arrive in my blog and there I found StatPress Reloaded!
This plugin (previously known as StatPress) shows you real time statistics about your blog. It collects information about visitors, spiders, search keywords, feeds, browsers, OS etc.
Once the plugin StatPress has been activated it immediately starts to collect information. Using StatPress you can see your visitors actions while they are surfing your blog or check which are the preferred pages, posts and categories. In the Dashboard menu you will find the StatPress page where you could look up the statistics (overview or detailed). StatPress also includes a widget you can add to a sidebar (or easy PHP code if you can’t use widgets!).
Go to your cPanel. The address to your cPanel should look like this: http://www.greatbloggingtips.com/cpanel (replace my domain name with yours)
Create a MySQL database and a user who has all the privileges for WordPress on your web server.
Add User to Database
Grant All Privileges to User
Open your wordpress folder and rename the wp-config-sample.php folder to wp-config.php
Open wp-config.php and fill in the details of the database created earlier.
define('DB_NAME', 'putyourdbnamehere'); // The name of the database
define('DB_USER', 'usernamehere'); // Your MySQL username
define('DB_PASSWORD', 'yourpasswordhere'); // ...and password
define('DB_HOST', 'localhost'); // 99% chance you won't need to change this value
Upload the WordPress files into the desired location of your web server.
If you want to integrate WordPress into the root of your domain (e.g. http://www.greatbloggingtips.com), upload all the content in the wordpress folder to the root directory of your web server (e.g. public_html)
If you want to integrate WordPress into a subdirectory of your domain (e.g. http://www.greatbloggingtips.com/blog), rename the wordpress folder to “blog” and upload it to the root directory of your web server (e.g. public_html)
To run the WordPress installation script, go to http://greatbloggingtips.com/wp-admin/install.php if you installed WordPress in the root directory or http://greatbloggingtips.com/blog/wp-admin/install.php if you installed WordPress in a subdirectory called “blog”.
A username and password will be generated and you will be using them to login into your WordPress account in the future.