Version 2 (modified by omry, 15 years ago) (diff)


FireStats 1.4 - New and noteworthy

User authentication and multiple users support

FireStats now supports user authentication, this means that users with standalone installations will not be able to easily protect their FireStats from unauthorized access. In addition, each user has their own settings, so - for example - different users can view FireStats in two different languages, and changes one user make to the statistics options will not effect other users.

Two user roles are supported: Administrators which have full access to FireStats and all it's options and normal users which can only view statistics and change personal options such as language, timezone etc. The user interface the users receive depends on their role.

Under WordPress, the UI for excluding WordPress users from the statistics was improved. Also, a new option to set the minimum WordPress user role that can view the statistics was introduced.

Popular pages widget, added cache to widgets.

WPMU support

Improved startup time