Performance is critical when deploying an environment with Ansible. By default Ansible does not tell how much time elapsed for specific role or task. However, this information would be critical to identify inefficient tasks. Luckily Ansible offers an interface for callback plugins. With the help of a callback plugin one can hook into the role or task execution call. In this post I’ll show you how to configure the callback plugins for profiling roles and tasks. It is quite easy.
Sadly there’s no native Piwik plugin for the Koken photography CMS.
However you can use another plugin the inject the tracking code to the footer of your site.
- Install the HTML Injector plugin (Site > Settings > Plugin > Download Plugins).
- Enable the plugin (Site > Settings > Plugin > HTML injector > Enable).
- Setup the plugin (Site > Settings > Plugin > HTML injector > Setup).
- Copy the tracking code of your Piwik site (Piwik > Administration > Websites > [site] > View Tracking code).
- Paste the code into the footer field and save it.
Well done, your visitors are tracked now.
lars-mielke.de – Piwik Integration in Koken
Hurray, WordPress 4.1 and the Jetpack Plugin 3.3 has been released.
Jetpack is a must have plugin for your WordPress site, it offers tons of new functions and integrates your blog neatly with your WordPress.com account. If you haven’t already installed it, head right now to your plugin manager!
With the last Update the developer have added a great feature. It’s now possible to manage the plugins for multiple WordPress sites at one location.
Here’s a screenshot, which shows the plugins admin panel of WordPress.com.
With the WordPress 3.9 Update I also received several plugin updates for my blogs.
One Update was for WP-Piwik. As I’ve updated the plugin I got several errors and the site become unreachable.
So the only way the to disable this malicious plugin was either via ftp or with phpMyAdmin.
I’ve decided to do it with phpMyAdmin.