General

Take a look at the general Setup Guide for more information.

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WordPress

  1. Sign up for a free account at Statvoo to get your Statvoo code.
  2. Login to your WordPress admin area.
  3. Go to ‘Plugins > Add New’
  4. Search for ‘Statvoo’
  5. The first result should be ‘Statvoo is Realtime Website Analytics’
    • Version 2.8.2: Under ‘actions’ click ‘Install’…
      In the popup, click the red ‘Install Now’ bar
    • Version 3.1: Click ‘Install Now’ at left hand side
  6. Depending on your installation, you may have to enter your (s)FTP login details
  7. Click ‘Activate Plugin’

Alternatively, the Statvoo WordPress Plugin is available for download (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/statvoo/). You then need to upload it (ftp or otherwise) into your “wp-content/plugins” folder. Then continue from step 7 above.

Joomla

  1. Sign up for a free account at Statvoo to get your Statvoo code.
  2. Copy the Statvoo code from the Setup Guide.
  3. Log into your Joomla website.
  4. Click “Template Manager”.
  5. Note the default site template – in our case it’s “beez_20”. The default template is indicated by the star icon – make sure to note the default SITE template NOT the administrator template. Now click the “Templates” tab.
  6. Scroll to the default template as noted on the previous page (in our case “beez_20”) and click it.
  7. Click “Edit Main Page Template”.
  8. Scroll to the end of the file and paste your Statvoo code just before the closing body tag.
  9. Click “Save” and that’s it!

Statvoo will now begin recording visitor information.

Drupal

  1. Sign up for a free account at Statvoo to get your Statvoo code.
  2. Copy the Statvoo code from the Setup Guide.
  3. Log into your Drupal website.
  4. Under the “Admin” menu, click “Administer” then “Site Building” then “Blocks”.
  5. Now click “Add Block”.
  6. Enter “Statvoo” as the “Block Description” and paste your Statvoo code into the “Block Body”.
  7. Make sure that your “Input Format” is “Full HTML” then scroll to the end of the page and click “Save Block”.
  8. Now that you have created a Statvoo Block, you need to add the block to the footer area of your website. Scroll down the page to locate your new Statvoo Block.
  9. Drag and Drop the Statvoo Block into the “footer” section.
  10. Click “Save Blocks” and that’s it!

Statvoo will now begin recording visitor information.

Blogger

  1. Sign up for a free account at Statvoo to get your Statvoo code.
  2. Copy the Statvoo code from the Setup Guide.
  3. Login to your blogger account.
  4. Click the drop down arrow to the right of the blog name (to the left of the View Blog button.
  5. Click ‘Layout’.
  6. Click the “Add a Gadget” link where you want to add the code (at the bottom is best)
  7. Scroll down and click the plus next to “HTML/JavaScript” in the popup window
  8. Enter ‘Statvoo’ in the title box.
  9. Paste the code in the content box.
  10. Click ‘save’.
  11. Click ‘Save arrangement’ in the upper right hand corner.
  12. Click ‘Template’ in the left menu.
  13. Click ‘Edit HTML’ in the left menu.
  14. Search for ‘Statvoo’ in the code
  15. Add mobile=’yes’ after ‘Statvoo’.
  16. Click ‘Save template’
  17. Click ‘Template’ in the left menu.
  18. Click the gear icon to customise the mobile template.
  19. Click the drop down arrow below where it says “Choose mobile template”.
  20. Click ‘Custom’ from the list.
  21. Click ‘Save’.

Statvoo is now active on your blog and will immediately begin recording visitor information.

Tumblr

  1. Sign up for a free account at Statvoo to get your Statvoo code.
  2. Copy the Statvoo code from the Setup Guide.
  3. Log into your Tumblr account with your username and password.
  4. Select “Customize” near the top right of your screen.
  5. Select edit HTML just below the name of your theme.
  6. Insert your Statvoo code at the bottom of HTML, before the closing &lt/head> tags. Select Update Preview.
  7. Select Save.

Statvoo is now active on your Tumblr site and will immediately begin recording visitor information.

Shopify

  1. Sign up for a free account at Statvoo to get your Statvoo code.
  2. Copy the Statvoo code from the Setup Guide.
  3. Login to your Shopify account.
  4. Click the themes option on left hand side of screen.
  5. Click Customize Theme.
  6. Click Template Editor.
  7. Under layouts on left hand side, select theme.liquid
  8. Paste your Statvoo code at the end of text, before end of html.
  9. Click ‘save’.

Statvoo is now active on your Shopify store and will immediately begin recording visitor information.

Ghost

There are two ways to add Statvoo to Ghost.

  1. Use the built in Code Injection

    1. Copy the Statvoo code from the Setup Guide.
    2. Inside the admin section of your blog (
      yoursite.com/ghost

      ), go to Settings -> Code Injection.

    3. In the header section of code injection, insert your tracking code.
    4. Click on save. Now, as long as your theme has code injection built in (most should), your code will now show up in your header and your done.
  2. Add directly to your Theme
    1. Copy the Statvoo code from the Setup Guide.
    2. Inside your Ghost folder, you will see a content folder. Open up that folder and then open up the themes folder inside of it. If you are using the command line, this is the path:
      /path/to/ghost/content/themes
    3. Inside this themes folder, open up the default.hbs file in a text editor.
    4. You want to add the Statvoo code inside the
      <head>

      . For the Casper theme, we want to add it just below the

      {{ghost_head}}

      and above

      </head>

      .

    5. Restart Ghost
    6. Once Ghost has been restarted, your Statvoo code should now be up and running. If you edited the theme locally, you will need to upload the theme to Ghost(Pro) or whatever hosting you are using before you restart Ghost.

Statvoo is now active on your Ghost site and will immediately begin recording visitor information.


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