PLEASE NOTE!
All software on this page was developed by a third party, unless stated otherwise. We cannot provide support for software we did not develop, so please contact the developer of that software directly if you are having any problems.




Plugins



WordPress

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  • Integrates Clicky tracking code and optionally the Clicky.me short URL service into your blog.
  • An overview of your site's statistics on your WordPress dashboard.
  • Logs to Clicky the name of anyone who has left a comment.
  • IMPORTANT! If you install this plugin and it doesn't seem to be working, your theme may not have the "WP footer" hook that many plugins rely on to add code to your blog's footer automatically. Open your theme's "footer.php" file in the WP editor, and look for the following piece of code:

    <?php wp_footer(); ?>

    If you don't see this code, that is the problem. Copy that code and paste it into this file, directly before the </body> tag. Save it and you're done! While you're at it, please contact your theme's developer and scold them for leaving out a key piece of WordPress functionality from their theme.



WordPress (alternate plugin with WPMU support)

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  • Integrates Clicky tracking code automatically into your site.
  • Supports WPMU! - Each site can be configured with its own site ID etc.
  • An overview of your site's statistics on your WordPress dashboard.
  • Logs to Clicky the name and email of anyone who has left a comment.
  • Track HTML5 and Youtube videos.
  • Option to show 'top pages' at end of each article, based on data pulled from the Clicky API.



Drupal

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  • This module helps you integrate Clicky with your Drupal website in a snap.
  • Stats Dashboard (in an iframe)- both next to the settings page and under your site's Reports menu.
  • Show banner image in a block and/or in the html footer - good for the affiliate program. Several images available.
  • User role tracking - define what user roles should be tracked by get clicky. Drupal admin pages are never tracked.
  • User segmentation - needs the drupal core profile module enabled. If your users have profile fields completed, you can track your logged in users based on a defined profile field.
  • Advanced section - you can add custom Clicky Javascript code here.



Django Analytical

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  • Integrate Clicky tracking (as well as some other popular analytics services) into your Django-based web site.
  • Automatically logs the name of any logged in user to Clicky.
  • Has options for other customized tracking methods.
  • Detailed documentation is available here.



Clicky Tracking Code for Joomla

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  • Automatically places the asynchronous version of the Clicky tracking code on every page of your Joomla web site.
  • Options to exclude admin and backend traffic.
  • Attaches username and email info to session data on Clicky for visitors who are logged in.
  • IMPORTANT! Make sure you install the right version of the plugin. When you unzip there will be 3 or more files, each one for a different version of Jooma. (As of August 2013, these are 1.5, 2.5, and 3.0). If you install the wrong version, you may see an error such as Fatal error: Class 'JParameter' not found. This error is the result of using the wrong plugin!



Magento

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  • Integrates Clicky tracking into the Magento e-commerce platform, including sale/revenue tracking with dynamic of pre-defined goals.



MyBB

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  • Integrates Clicky tracking code into MyBB forum software.



Ruby Rack

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  • Rack Middleware to embed the Clicky tracking code.



Concrete5

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  • Add-on that allows you to integrate your Concrete5 site with Clicky as quickly and as easily as possible.
  • View your reports right from your Concrete5 dashboard.



PrestaShop

  • Free version to integrate basic tracking into your PrestaShop web site
  • Premium version that logs customer names and emails, tracks goals (including revenue) for purchases, and displays stats in the admin area of your web site. (Note: You need a Pro or higher account to track customer info and goals).



Vanilla forums

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Track your Vanilla forums. Usernames and emails of users will be logged automatically!



Pligg CMS

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This module adds Clicky Analytics tracking code to your Pligg site, just before the </body> tag in your Pligg CMS template file. Adding this module to your Pligg site is a simple three step process: upload the module, install it, and visit the settings page to enter your Clicky Site ID. Once enabled, you will see the Clicky Analytics appear in your website's source code.



WHMCS

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WHMCS is an all-in-one client management, billing & support solution for online businesses. Handling everything from signup to termination, WHMCS is a powerful business automation tool that puts you firmly in control.





Tracking code install



Your own custom web site


If you built your own web site, or someone did it for you (as opposed to running on a platform like WordPress), then you'll need to manually add the code to your web site's HTML.

Most sites have what are called "header" and "footer" files, which are files that are automatically included at the top and bottom of every page on your web site. Headers and footers are handy because it makes it very easy to make global changes to your web site's design. For example, say you wanted to add a new link to your navigation bar, or a new link to the footer of your web site. By using header and footer files, you only have to make this change in one file, and every page gets the update automatically.

If your site uses this type of design (and if not, it should), then all you need to do is paste our tracking code into your footer file. We recommend putting the code right before the closing </body> tag.

If your web site does not have footer files, you will need to manually paste the code onto every page of your web site.

The tracking code for each registered site on Clicky is unique. You can find the tracking code for any of your registered sites within the Preferences area for that site. The link to Preferences is in the sidebar when viewing the reports for any of your sites on Clicky.



WordPress.com hosted blog


If your blog is hosted on the wordpress.com domain, then you do not have the ability to add JavaScript to your page. However, Clicky also has an image based tracking system that you can use instead, which will work with wordpress.com blogs. It is not quite as detailed - for example, we can't track incoming searches or links to your site without JavaScript - but you may still find it quite useful. The image based 'no javascript' tracking code is on the same page as your normal tracking code, near the bottom.

Place this code in a text widget in your sidebar.



WordPress self-hosted


If you don't want to use the plugin, or the plugin isn't working for you, you can still track your self-hosted WordPress site by adding the tracking code to your theme's footer.php file. Open your theme's footer.php file in the WP editor, and paste in your tracking code right before the closing </body> tag.



Tumblr


To track a Tumblr site, you need to edit your theme to paste in the code. Note that this also means if you change themes in the future, you will have to follow the same steps.

From your Tumblr control panel, go to: Customize > Theme > Use Custom HTML.

Find the closing </body> tag, and paste your Clicky tracking code directly before this tag. Click save and you're done!

Note: Tumblr uses different HTML for the mobile version of your site, so you'll need to add the code to that too if you want it tracked. Instructions here.



Squarespace


To track a Squarespace site, use the 'code injection' option in your admin area, to add the tracking code to your site.




Shopify


We don't currently have a plugin for Shopify but you can quite easily track your Shopify site, including conversions.

First, you'll need to open your "theme.liquid" file in the template editor and paste in the tracking code there, right before the </body> at the bottom. This will get basic tracking up and running. Your Clicky tracking code is available in your site preferences on Clicky.

To track conversions, go to Preferences » Checkout & Payment in your Shopify admin. At the bottom is a field to enter in "Additional Content & Scripts". In that box, paste this code:

<script>
var clicky_custom = clicky_custom || {};
clicky_custom.goal = { 'name': 'Sale', 'revenue': '{{ total_price | money_without_currency }}' };
</script>

Note: You can replace 'Sale' with another word or phrase, such as 'Conversion', 'Made a purchase', etc.

The "{{ total_price | money_without_currency }}" will be replaced by the dollar value of the sale automatically by Shopify's system.

You can then view your conversions on Clicky by going to the Goals report for your site.

One last note, for some people Shopify is only used to process sales, but the rest of their site is hosted on their own. In this case the Shopify domain is usually different from the main web site domain, so you need to add this additional domain to your "mirrors" field in your site preferences on Clicky. For example you would enter "yourcompany.shopify.com".



GoDaddy (Website Builder)


Please follow the instructions on this page to install javascript on a GoDaddy site built with Website Builder.

IMPORTANT: Godaddy doesn't allow code to be added to mobile versions of sites. So you will only be able to track the desktop versions.



Blogger / BlogSpot


To install on this platform, you need to edit your blog's template. Click the "Design" tab at the top, then "Edit HTML". You will see some code in a form, as shown below. Unfortunately, the area that you want to place the code isn't at the very top or bottom, like it used to be. This means you need to use your browser's built in search-on-page tool (Ctrl+F), and then search for "</body>". Put a few lines of white space above the </body> tag in the form, then paste in your tracking code above it, as shown below.




Webs.com


For a webs.com site, the tracking code must be installed manually on each page you want tracked, or (as shown below) you can drop it into the very bottom (footer) of your site and it should automatically get added to every page.

Note that the interface below is the 'new' webs.com. If your interface looks different, you are on the old version of webs.com and can opt-in to Clicky from there. The new version of webs.com does not have this opt-in unfortunately, requiring you to perform the steps below.

First, login to webs.com and click the 'builder' link in the top right corner.


Click the 'other' tab at the very bottom, and you will see a few options. The one we will be using here is 'custom HTML'.


Drag and the drop the 'custom HTML' module into your page. Note in this screenshot, the blue highlighted area is where it will end up when we release the mouse. This is the 'footer' of your site, and if you put this module here, it will be automatically included on every page of your site. If you're unable to place the code in the footer area, you will have to add the code to every page of your site.


After you have placed the module, double click it to edit.


Paste your tracking code into the box and click the save button.


Click the 'pubish' button in the top right corner of the page to save your changes. You're done!



Weebly


Log in to Weebly and select to Edit your site. Paste your tracking code into the footer section. The screenshot below is taken from Weebly's support area and shows code going into the header. Our code works in the header too, but we highly recommend the footer. In this screenshot, it is the field directly above the highlighted one.




Wix


Wix only supports Google Analytics, as of April 2014. Contact their support to demand more tracking options! The more people who do that, the higher chance they will eventually support it.



Google Sites


Google Sites does not allow third party tracking code unfortunately, so we are unable to track these sites.



Facebook / Twitter / etc


Social networks don't allow you to install third party code on them, which means we can't track them. The reason we are including these here, even though you can't track them, is because we get questions on how to track profiles all the time. Unfortunately it is not possible!





Mobile apps



Clicky Widget for Android

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  • Put a widget for each of your sites on your Android desktop for quick stats on the go.
  • Choose between three different widget types, each customizable to show the data you want.
  • Install as many widgets as you want, including multiple widgets of different types for the same site.
  • Click on any of the widgets to view more data.
  • Note: This is currently beta software and so we are not hosting it in the official Android marketplace yet. To install this app, you will need to enable the option to allow software from "Unknown sources". More details on our blog.
  • First party software



Pocket Analytics for iPhone

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  • Get a high level view of ALL your key performance indicators - quickly, conveniently, and succinctly.
  • Create any number of custom dashboards - create as many tabs in the app as you like - each with a name and icon you specify.
  • Mix and match metrics from any combination of accounts and services.



Windows Phone app

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The Clicky Web Analytics App will let you check your website traffic on the go on your Windows Phone mobile device.



Clicky mobile web app

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  • If you have a modern smartphone with a WebKit-based browser (iPhone, Android, WebOS, Symbian, etc), we have developed a mobile version of Clicky that mimics the look and feel of a native application on your phone.
  • Almost all features and reports you can access on clicky.com, you can also access here, in an interface that's designed for mobile.
  • Point your phone's web browser to http://i.clicky.com and get rockin'.
  • First party software





Desktop / web apps



ClickyChrome for Google Chrome

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  • Import all your sites automatically from Clicky, or add them manually if you prefer. Select which one you'd like to actively monitor from the site dropdown menu in the ClickyChrome popup.
  • The toolbar icon will display either the number of visitors currently online, total number of visitors today, or total number of completed goals today. The data is refreshed every minute so you'll always be up to speed.
  • From within the ClickyChrome popup, you can view basic site stats for various date ranges, see comprehensive information about your site's last 5 visitors, and display graphs for visitors, actions and top browsers over the past 30 days.
  • Using HTML5 desktop notifications, you can chose to be alerted whenever a visitor completes a goal on the site you're currently monitoring.
  • If you are browsing your site and would like to see the stats for that particular page, just right-click and select "View page stats", and that will take you to the Clicky stats page for the URL you are currently viewing.



Menubar widget for OS X Lion

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  • With a single click, view your site's analytics. See an overview of today's stats or drill down into specific searches and pages viewed.
  • The icon in your menu bar is updated every couple of minutes with the live count of how many visitors are on your site. You don't even have to open the app.
  • Set a user-definable threshold for Analytics to notify you when there are more than a certain number of people on your site.
  • Mac OS X Lion required



ClickyPanel for Windows

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  • ClickyPanel is the feature rich windows dashboard for Clicky, which provides an easy way to analyse your traffic without leaving the comfort of your desktop. ClickyPanel uses the data collected by Clicky to present the data needed most in a simple way.
  • Supports multiple accounts and multiple sites.
  • Auto refresh and option to set your own auto refresh interval.
  • Export data straight from ClickyPanel's interface.
  • All data available via Clicky's API is available in ClickyPanel.
  • Life time free upgrade to future versions.



Clicky Dashboard for Windows

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  • Clicky Dashboard polls your Clicky Analytics account every hour and displays you the most important statistics. Along side this is the ability to compare the analytics to the information collected yesterday as well as over the past 7 days -- allowing you to see the overall picture of your website activity.



iGoogle widget

  • View most of your analytics data right from within your iGoogle dashboard.
  • Designed to mimic the look and feel of Clicky.
  • To install, go to the "widgets" section of your site preferences for any of your registered sites on Clicky.





Third party dashboards



Geckoboard

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See your Clicky stats alongside your other key data on a Geckoboard business dashboard. The Geckoboard-Clicky integration allows you to display the numbers for the following metrics:

Visitors Online
Total Visitors
Unique Visitors
New Visitors
Total Actions
Average Actions
Average Time
Total Time
Bounce Rate

As well as a list of the top pages by visitor count on your site.



Leftronic

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Leftronic business dashboards take your Clcky metrics and display them beautifully and easily. See your company's Clicky data on Leftronic in just a few clicks.





Libraries/Other



jQuery Mobile


Our drop-in jQuery Mobile plugin will allow our tracking code to automatically pick up jQuery Mobile-recognized actions concerning things such as swipes, tapholds, panels, and more.

The plugin has been verified to work with versions of jQuery mobile back to 1.3 (released Feb 2013), which is compatible with jQuery as old as 1.7. The plugin may work with older versions but it has not been tested.

Just include the following single line of code in your site, directly after your tracking code, and you're done:

<script src="http://static.getclicky.com/inc/javascript/jqm.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

If you place this code before your tracking code, then it will still work, except that the first page view will not get logged in most cases. So you definitely want to put it after the tracking code.

For reference, here is what it should look like when you have both the tracking code and the JQM code installed:

<!-- tracking code -->
<script src="http://static.getclicky.com/js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script>try{ clicky.init( xxx ); } catch(e){}</script>

<!-- jquery mobile plugin tracking code -->
<script src="http://static.getclicky.com/inc/javascript/jqm.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

Ignoring specific types of actions

If you don't want to track specific types actions, simply define a JavaScript array named '_jqm_ignore_actions', specifying which actions you do not wish to log, and the plugin will ignore them. Note that this array needs to be defined before the JQM plugin <script> tag.

The list of available action types to ignore is:
taphold, swipe, collapsibleexpand, collapsiblecollapse, slidestart, slidestop, panelopen, panelclose, tabsactivate, tabsload, dialogcreate, checkbox, select

An example of the tracking code, the ignore array, and the JQM plugin code is below:

<!-- tracking code -->
<script src="http://static.getclicky.com/js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script>try{ clicky.init( xxx ); } catch(e){}</script>

<!-- jquery mobile actions to ignore -->
<script>
var _jqm_ignore_actions = ['taphold', 'panelopen', 'collapsibleopen', 'collapsibleclose'];
</script>

<!-- jquery mobile plugin tracking code -->
<script src="http://static.getclicky.com/inc/javascript/jqm.js" type="text/javascript"></script>



Rails 4 "Turbo Link" tracking


Rails 4 uses turbo links by default (similar to pjax) which loads the content of the page and inserts it without doing a full page refresh. Unfortunately without a full page refresh, Clicky won't track the new page loading by default.

However, Turbo links provides a 'page:load' callback when the user changes page, which you can hook into like this to track with Clicky:

$(document).on 'page:change', ->
  if window.clicky?
    clicky.log( document.location.pathname + document.location.search, document.title, 'pageview' );



Segment.io

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  • No more littering your app with tons of different analytics providers. Instead, instrument your app once cleanly and then send your data to any analytics service you want.



Temboo

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  • Temboo builds efficient, smart shortcuts that you can drag and drop right into your code. More than just code snippets, these ready-to-use processes make API integration easy, taking care of authentication, credential management, updates, and more. Temboo over 100 popular APIs, including Clicky.
  • Temboo SDK supports PHP, Python, Ruby, Java, Node.js, with more languages coming soon.



Pushover.net for Uptime alerts

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Relay Clicky's uptime alert web hooks through pushover.net to receive mobile notifications.



Zibaba Facebook commerce

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