bsuite Bug Fixes (release b2b)

[innerindex]I’ve fixed a couple bugs in bsuite b2, released last week.

Fixes

Installation

Follow the directions for the bsuite b2 release. The download link there will always fetch the current version.

Upgrades from bsuite b2 are easy, just replace the old bsuite.php file with the new one. Upgrades from bstat follow the same directions as before.

bsuite Features

  • Tracks page loads (hits)
     
  • Tracks search terms used by visitors ariving at your site via search engines
     
  • Reports top-performing stories via a function that can be included in the sidebar
     
  • Reports recent comments via a function that can be included in the sidebar
     
  • Reports top search terms via a function that can be included in the sidebar
     
  • Outputs a “pulse” graph of activity on your site or specific stories
     
  • Highlights search words used by visitors ariving at your site via search engines NEW!
     
  • Lists related posts at the bottom of the current post’s content NEW!
     
  • Suggests posts that closely match the search criteria for visitors who arrive via search engines NEW!
     
  • Integrates bsuite_speedcache NEW!
     
  • Does some stuff with tags NEW!

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9 thoughts on “bsuite Bug Fixes (release b2b)

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  2. hi casey,

    thanks for the patch. i think it fixed the problem i had earlier, but i notice on a page i made i get the following:

    [quote]
    WordPress database error: [You have an error in your SQL syntax. Check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ‘AND bstat_date = ‘2005-12-05′ LIMIT 1’ at line 3]
    SELECT * FROM wp2_bstat_hits WHERE post_id = AND bstat_date = ‘2005-12-05’ LIMIT 1
    [/quote]

    also, is there any way to deactive the the “related” feature on a per-post or page basis? just asking because on my pages i don’t want it

    thanks again for the hard work & cool+useful plugin!

  3. sorry, there was 2 errors on the page — the 2nd one said:

    WordPress database error: [You have an error in your SQL syntax. Check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ‘ 1, 0, 0)’ at line 2]
    INSERT INTO wp2_bstat_hits (bstat_date, post_id, hits_reads, hits_ads1, hits_ads2) VALUES (‘2005-12-05’, , 1, 0, 0);

    thanks

  4. Jon, I can se what’s going wrong — the post ID number isn’t set — but I don’t know why.

    I guess I’m curious about whether this error occurs on every type of page (single, archive, page, etc) and what WordPress version is in use.

  5. Hello Casey,

    I just installed the plugin but nothing shows up on the reports page. You write that tracking immediately starts because of the bsuite footer trick. Could it be that for some reason, this doesn’t work for me ?

    Thanks !

    nieuwenj

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