archive: August 2008


Well after a few weeks of testing the 1.2.1 release, we have gone ahead and released 1.3. By now most of you who have the Woopra plugin should already have this installed, but I am glad to have helped out Elie and the rest of the Woopra team.

I have also become a moderator of the Woopra support forums as I know the Woopra system inside and out like Elie. I am proud to be a full member of the team. If you don’t have a Woopra enabled website signed up, sign up today and get the best Live Analytics program out there!

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No idea.

The idea I did have though, instead of putting (int) [update_option('woopra_website_id', (int) $_POST['websiteid']);] in the update option, I was going to suggest to Elie an “is_int” check.

if (is_int($_POST['websiteid']))
update_option('woopra_website_id', $_POST['websiteid']);
... error code ...

This way it checks the string directly and would not mess up the database and a much safer choice. (int) is tricky as it sometimes can’t process very high numbers and a database INT field can only support 11 numbers. As we expand, you will see that there are more then 11 million people who might want this tool.

Your “siteid” is really not that long. Just the server ID and the site key are combined and we do a math operation to get the server ID and site ID when processing stats so you don’t have to enter two numbers. :)