Piwik is an open source (GPLed) web analytics program. It looks very comprehensive. I will endeavour to install it and test it out soon. I’ll report back on it when I do. There is also a WordPress plugin for Piwik.

# Tag: WordPress

## Apache Virtual Host configuration for a Networked WordPress Installation

Direct any URL request that Apache receives to the WordPress installation. You need to do it if you are setting up a WordPress Network multi-site installation that has sites with their own unique domain names. e.g. site1.org, site2.com, someothersite.co.uk etc. /etc/apache2/sites-enabled$ ls -al total 8 drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Jul 25 13:18 . drwxr-xr-x… Continue reading Apache Virtual Host configuration for a Networked WordPress Installation

## Migrating single site WordPress installations to a multisite network

I have seen this question about migrating to a networked multisite WordPress install come up more than once so I thought I’d write down my experience. I used to host about 10 individual WordPress installations. Managing them and keeping them all up to date was a pain, and that meant I always had sites that were… Continue reading Migrating single site WordPress installations to a multisite network

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## Twenty Twelve WordPress theme

I switched to using the Twenty Twelve WordPress theme a few days ago. I really am liking it although I’m not sure about the header image being below Site Title and Tag Line. That looks a little strange to me. Having said that, I think Twenty Twelve looks fantastic on the demo site. Currently you… Continue reading Twenty Twelve WordPress theme

## \(\LaTeX\) Equations in WordPress using MathJax

I came accross this great tool for displaying mathematical equations the other day. MathJax not only supports \(\LaTeX\) syntax but also renders the equations as pure text, so no unsightly images and they scale beautifully. You can also right click on the equation and see it’s \(\LaTeX\) code. The code for MathJax is open source,… Continue reading \(\LaTeX\) Equations in WordPress using MathJax

## \(\LaTeX\) Equations in WordPress using MathJax

I came accross this great tool for displaying mathematical equations the other day. MathJax not only supports \(\LaTeX\) syntax but also renders the equations as pure text, so no unsightly images and they scale beautifully. You can also right click on the equation and see it’s \(\LaTeX\) code. The code for MathJax is open source,… Continue reading \(\LaTeX\) Equations in WordPress using MathJax

## \(\LaTeX\) Equations in WordPress using MathJax

I came accross this great tool for displaying mathematical equations the other day. MathJax not only supports \(\LaTeX\) syntax but also renders the equations as pure text, so no unsightly images and they scale beautifully. You can also right click on the equation and see it’s \(\LaTeX\) code. The code for MathJax is open source,… Continue reading \(\LaTeX\) Equations in WordPress using MathJax