MengTracker is a click-tracking system for WordPress. It shows the links clicked by your visitors, the exact clicking place of the links (page and region of your site), and the clicking time.
Extract contents from the ZIP file on your local folder.
Upload extracted mengtracker directory to up-conter/plugins/ folder, and activate the plugin from the WordPress Plugin panel.
Depending on your server configuration, you may need to change the permission of mengtracker/ampie. If you get a “permission denied” error, send following commands from your FTP client.
chmod 777 chart1.txt
chmod 777 chart2.txt
chmod 777 chart3.txt
chmod 777 chart4.txt
When the plugin is activated, a MengTracker page will be added under the Links tab of your WordPress admin panel. Everything is there. First time you see the analysis screen, what you see will be the last 100 clicks from all regions on your site.
How does it work? When you activate the plugin, MengTracker installs itself to every data-driven item on your blog, like posts, comments etc. and starts counting the clicks on your links. It does this by adding an “onmouseup” event handler to all your links automatically when showing them.
Adding the Link Code Manually: At times when your content is not generated automatically (i.e. the links you add manually to your sidebar or header), to track those links, you can change your links’ code as shown below:
WordPress, MengTracker Plugin