@anonymous-piwik-user opened this Issue on June 10th 2009

Weekday Plugin

Average visits per Weekday are displayed in a evolution graph for

  • last week (7 days from selected date)
  • last month (4 weeks from selected date)
  • last quarter (13 weeks from selected date)
  • last halfyear (26 weeks from selected date)
  • last year (52 weeks from selected date)
    Except for the last week, lines are drawn only, when at least 92.5% of data (!= 0) is available

Translated to

  • English
  • German


tested on Piwik 0.2.37 and 0.4

How to install

  • Download the attached zip-file
  • Unpack the zip file into the plugins directoy (piwik/plugins/)
  • Activate Weekday plugin on Settings->Plugins
  • Add a new Widget Weekday->Average visits per Weekday to your dashboard
@anonymous-piwik-user commented on June 10th 2009

Attachment: the weekday plugin

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on June 10th 2009

Attachment: that's what the widget looks like

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on March 30th 2010

Attachment: Revealed code instead of the graph

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on March 30th 2010

I have tried to implement this plugin in version and it reveals the code of the plugin instead of the graph.
Does anyone know how to fix this?

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on January 15th 2011

this code problem can be solved with changing the first line in the Controller.php of this plugin from <? to <?php

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on July 5th 2011

Am getting the following error when selecting the widget:

Piwik # web analytics

Date format must be: YYYY-MM-DD, or 'today' or 'yesterday' or any keyword supported by the strtotime function (see http://php.net/strtotime for more information)

Can the plugin not adjust to my locally set date format?

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on December 25th 2011

Ich wrde das PLugin auch gern mal testen, aber wie vor mir schon geschrieben wurde:

Das Datumsformat muss YYYY-MM-DD, or 'today' or 'yesterday' oder eine andere, von der Funktion strtotime untersttzte Zeichenkette sein. (Besuchen Sie http://php.net/strtotime fr nhere Informationen)

What can i do (without php-know-how)?

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on December 26th 2011

Replying to oputz:
The solution is: don't choose a day-range.
Only today, weekly, monthly and yearly works like it should.

@mattab commented on August 18th 2012 Owner

Thank you for building this plugin. now the feature is included in core as per 1.8.3: http://piwik.org/blog/2012/08/new-piwik-release-v1-8-3-features-overview-w-screenshots/

This Issue was closed on October 26th 2012
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