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jnordquist

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Hi folks,

At a time when I'm trying to trim and slim my site because it's too bloated, I am stuck trying to get the visitor statistics block working. It's been on my back burner for over a year.


I have the visitor stats plugin working well. It's great. But no matter what I do to add the block for visitor stats like many a fine geeklog site, I get "phpblock_statsstats()" not found.


I experimented many times but with no success.


Any clues, pointers?


Many thanks,



John Nordquist

KenoshaOnline.net


John Nordquist,
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Robin

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Which version of Visitors Stats are you using?
E.g. in ver. 1.3 (I reckon it's the latest one) the block is implemented in the plugin (sits in functions.inc) and it's enabled after the plugin installation.
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jadiepoo

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Don't forget to put phpblock_statsstats only (no parentheses) in the Block Function.
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jnordquist

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That was it? I forgot this! Ouch! BAD CUT-N-PASTE, BAD! I even read that a few times.

Thanks!
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jadiepoo

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lol no sweat. I made the same mistake a few days ago when I installed it in a new site. You think I'd learn after 4 geeklog site installs.
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