Changes between Version 27 and Version 28 of FAQ


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    11= Frequently asked questions =
     2== General ==
    23=== What are the minimal !FireStats requiements? ===
    34FireStats is known to run on:[[BR]]
     
    2223 * '''chmod o-w fs-config.php'''   (Make sure everyone can't write to the file)
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     25=== FireStats does not work and I get a blank page or my browser tries to download some weird file ===
     26This is most likely caused by your PHP process running out of memory, by default PHP gets around 8MB of ram, which should be enough for !FireStats, but if you run it from within another environment like a Wordpress blog with a lot of plugins, it may not suffice.[[BR]]
     27You can find instructions on how to increase the PHP memory limit [http://codex.gallery2.org/index.php/Gallery1:FAQ#Why_do_I_get_the_error_Allowed_memory_size_of_Xxx_bytes_exhausted.3F here].
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     29=== How can I prevent unauthorized access to my standalone FireStats installation? ===
     30Currently there is no native support for restricting unauthorized access to your FireStats installation. but you can use htaccess to password protect your FireStats. For more information check this [http://www.freewebmasterhelp.com/tutorials/htaccess/3 link].
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     32== WordPress specific ==
     33
    2434=== I installed and activated FireStats in WordPress, but it does not track the visits to my blog! ===
    2535Make sure you have a call to wp_head() in your theme header.php file. look in the default theme for an example of how it should be.
     
    2939More information is available [wiki:PHPMemory here].
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    31 === FireStats does not work and I get a blank page or my browser tries to download some weird file ===
    32 This is most likely caused by your PHP process running out of memory, by default PHP gets around 8MB of ram, which should be enough for !FireStats, but if you run it from within another environment like a Wordpress blog with a lot of plugins, it may not suffice.[[BR]]
    33 You can find instructions on how to increase the PHP memory limit [http://codex.gallery2.org/index.php/Gallery1:FAQ#Why_do_I_get_the_error_Allowed_memory_size_of_Xxx_bytes_exhausted.3F here].
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    35 === How can I prevent unauthorized access to my standalone FireStats installation? ===
    36 Currently there is no native support for restricting unauthorized access to your FireStats installation. but you can use htaccess to password protect your FireStats. For more information check this [http://www.freewebmasterhelp.com/tutorials/htaccess/3 link].
     41== I enabled the comment Browser/OS icons in the !WordPress settings tab, but I don't get any icons in my comments ==
     42!FireStats hooks to the function '''comment_author_link()''', and prefix its output with the icons.[[BR]]
     43if your Theme does not call this function, you will not get the icons.[[BR]]
     44To see how this function is supposed to used, check the '''comments.php''' file in the '''default''' theme.