Gather statistics without intruding your visitor’s experience on your website. The WordPress hit counter does not display anything on the page so your users never know it even exists.
Locally Stored Data
The hit counter statistics are stored locally on your website’s database so there is no need for third party integrations.
Free and Open Source
This is a free hit counter plugin for WordPress and its open source so you can make it your own by adding new features.
Even though we haven’t tested all plugins and themes but this is widely compatible and should not have issues with any other plugins or themes. It works on any theme.
What if you know how many times a page on your wordpress website has been visited, what browser was used and what is the IP address of the visitor? What if there was a wordpress plugin that could just keep track of the count instead of relying on your web hosting provider’s statistics? Well let me introduce you to our own ‘Who Hit the Page – Hit Counter’ plugin for your wordpress website. Who Hit the Page – Hit Counter is an invisible hit counter that counts visitors on the background and register unique IP addresses that have visited your website, it also registers the user agent or browser type that was used to visit your wordpress site. Unlike other hit counters, Who Hit the Page – Counter does not display anything on your website, meaning your visitors will not know they are being counted. The data collected on your wordpress website will be registered on your wordpress database and will be available for your viewing on a nice table on your wordpress admin. On your admin, Who Hit the Page – Hit Counter allows you to see the number of visits per page, and also the devices IP addresses, browser type of your visitor and the time of first visit. Once again, welcome to know Who Hit the Page by our wordpress hit counter plugin.
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