Bug fix release. Includes:
- Numerous fixes to incoming link snippet creation
- Refactoring of the global configuration object including adding a proper update() and setSetting() methods that can be used to easily add settings to the database.
- Fixed case where inproperly formated HTML was causing the dashboard layout to trash the WordPress footer
To upgrade just copy the new files over your old ones.
This is a security bug fix release. It is strongly recommended that you upgrade to this release.
The release fixes insecurities in the standalone installer among other things.
To upgrade, just copy the new files over your old ones.
This is a bug fix release. Fixes and features include:
- Fixed broken anchortext logging and report
- Fixed condition where referring page title was not being logged due to anchortext extraction method removing the title tag.
- Vastly improved the referring link snippet creation code. Snippets should now not contain CSS/HTML entitities.
- Added ability to track multiple wordpress blogs using the same instance of the OWA database by overriding the databse configuration in the owa-config.php file. See the wiki for more info.
To upgrade just replace your old files with the new ones. No database schema changes were made as part of this release.
Version 1.0.3 is now available. This release contains:
- Re-design of most reports for readability and usability
- Added a check for file system permissions before attempting to create OWA’s error log file
- Fixed permission isue with Content tab
There are no schmea changes in this release.
To upgrade to this release, download the tarball and overwrite your old files with the new ones. SVN users can simply do an ‘svn up’ from trunk or the 1.0 branch.
Small release re-organizes the layout of the main dashboard page as well as new versus repeat visitor indicators.
This is a major re-write of the framework and is not upgradable from the latest Release candidate.
New features and changes in this version include:
- Module system – can easily extend OWA by adding modules as well as plugins.
- ORM Layer – OWA now uses an object relational mapping layer to access the data store.
- Configuration has moved to the database so no more managing config files. A cache is in the works for this.
- Google Maps integration – plot your visitors on a Google Map (API key required)
- Google Earth Integration – now you can plot your visitors on Google Earth by outputing KML files.
- Heat Maps – generate heat maps of where visitors are clicking on your web pages. Thanks toYvan at ClickHeat project for contributing.