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Live Chat added to all websites

Published on January 14, 2015 by in General

We are very pleased to announce the ability to add the Chat Widget to your website(s).
By default it is disabled on any newly added sites but we have already enabled it on all existing sites and the widget will be displayed while you are logged into your account, this way you are able to talk to your website visitors while you are both online.
Up until now talking to website visitors was done soley from the website control panel but as of today any visitor to your website can initiate a chat directly with you.
We plan on massively expanding on this functionality and giving you the ability to fully customise the widget that is displayed on your site(s) to fit in with how you’d like things to look. For now we have defaulted to a set style and further inherit styles directly from your own site(s) so as to make things look right.
If you have any feature requests or questions, please let us know as usual by having a chat with support, leaving feedback or using our own Live Chat widget on our site!

 
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May is crazy at Statvoo!

Published on January 14, 2015 by in General

Things are getting rediculous at Statvoo this month! With an aim to change the amount of data that you can view from any website visitor to your site we have increased the monthly actions to cater for most sites to fit into the FREE package! Basically what we’ve just said is that you probably won’t ever have to pay to use Statvoo with the way things are going over here! Add a site to see what just happened!

 
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Timezones Again!

Published on January 14, 2015 by in General

You may recall that about 2 months ago we mentioned a timezones fix. Since then we have been working towards getting all your traffic visible in your own timezone so as to allow customisable reporting dependant on where you are in the world. We are very happy to announce that we have achieved this goal and if you haven’t already set your timezone please go ahead and try it out by manually setting it on the Preferences page. If you have any problems or questions about this then do tell us so we can make your experience better!

 
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The Starter tier has been upped!

Published on January 14, 2015 by in General

May has been a good month so far at Statvoo because we have gotten a lot of new signups just this month alone and we are celebrating by upping The Starter tier from 10,000 to 30,000 monthly actions. If you didn’t know this already, that tier is completely FREE for anyone to use on as many sites in their account as they’d like. Don’t believe us? Try adding a site to your account to see for yourself! Also note that any sites that are currently on this tier are automatically upgraded.

 
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April at Statvoo

Published on January 14, 2015 by in General

As always the team here at Statvoo are working towards optimizing your data trends to be more efficient while giving you more and more functionality you actually want to use on a daily basis.

Most website analytics companies focus on the ‘usual things’ and don’t think about how the end user really wants to see their data. We know what is important to webmasters and exactly what you want to learn about when it comes to your audience.

If you havn’t got an account yet, give it a try, you can get started for free and find out why everybody’s talking about Statvoo.

 
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Hello Timezones!

Published on January 14, 2015 by in General

We have started getting the timezones working as they should be as some users have been experiencing some-what “odd” timing issues while traveling.

You can now setup your timezone under your Preferences if you have not already done so.

Let us know if you still have any hassles with it.

 
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May Update

Published on January 14, 2015 by in General

The team at Statvoo never stop! Every day there are new features, updates and general improvements. We aim to focus at extending the feature-set quite considerably over the course of this month while working through all the requests we get from our users. If you would like to see a specific feature then let us know at by telling us here.

 
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Version 0.1.5

Published on January 14, 2015 by in General

We have just updated to Version 0.1.5 and with this comes some massive structural changes as well as very noticeable speed improvements if you have large traffic sites associated to your account.

We’re sure you will enjoy this update as much as we do!

 
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General Updates

Published on January 14, 2015 by in General

We have been working very hard to get the latest features completed and they are now there for you to use as you see fit.

The features include added Map controls and colouring, a brand new Interactive Map panel as well as Track List Filters to name but a few.

Go take a look!

 
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General Updates

Published on January 14, 2015 by in General

The Website Traffic Monitor continues to be improved on a regular basis. Many new improvements and added features arriving all the time, it’s definitely a great time to be using the software!

 
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Create daterange array of missing dates

Published on February 20, 2014 by in General
//fromDate
20140122
//toDate
20140220
//$arr
Array
(
    [0] => Array
        (
            [ISO_DATE] => 20140218
            [DAY_SUM_AMOUNT] => 3000
            [DAY_SUM_VOLUME] => 2
            [CONVERSION_PCT] => 100
        )

    [1] => Array
        (
            [ISO_DATE] => 20140219
            [DAY_SUM_AMOUNT] => 4000
            [DAY_SUM_VOLUME] => 1
            [CONVERSION_PCT] => 100
        )

)

//codetime

function createDateRangeArray($strDateFrom,$strDateTo) {
    $aryRange=array();
    $iDateFrom=mktime(1,0,0,substr($strDateFrom,5,2),     substr($strDateFrom,8,2),substr($strDateFrom,0,4));
    $iDateTo=mktime(1,0,0,substr($strDateTo,5,2),     substr($strDateTo,8,2),substr($strDateTo,0,4));
    if ($iDateTo>=$iDateFrom) {
        array_push($aryRange,date(‘Y-m-d’,$iDateFrom)); // first entry
        while ($iDateFrom<$iDateTo) {
            $iDateFrom+=86400; // add 24 hours
            array_push($aryRange,date(‘Y-m-d’,$iDateFrom));
        }
    }
    return $aryRange;
}
function recursive_array_search($needle,$haystack) {
    foreach($haystack as $key=>$value) {
        $current_key=$key;
        if($needle===$value OR (is_array($value) && recursive_array_search($needle,$value) !== false)) {
            return $current_key;
        }
    }
    return false;
}

$dates = createDateRangeArray($fromDate, $toDate);
$arr2 = array();
foreach($dates as $date) {
    $inArr = recursive_array_search($date, $arr);
    if($inArr!==false) {
        array_push($arr2, $arr[$inArr]);
    } else {
        array_push($arr2, array("ISO_DATE"=>$date, "DAY_SUM_AMOUNT"=>0, "DAY_SUM_VOLUME"=>0, "CONVERSION_PCT"=>0));
    }
}
$arr = $arr2;

 
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Speedtest on Ubuntu Server (commandline)

Published on February 19, 2014 by in General

Using the `speedtest-cli` is easy and very useful. You run it as follows:

wget -O speedtest-cli https://raw.github.com/sivel/speedtest-cli/master/speedtest_cli.py
chmod +x speedtest-cli
./speedtest-cli
 
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