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This is the only resource I could find that had report that are updated daily: http://w3techs.com/technologies/details/cm-joomla/all/all It also shows the percentages of different versions used too which comes in handy. Unfortunately this only refers to the CMS, not the framework. All other resources I found are blog posts that are over a year old and as ...


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There are also these: http://trends.builtwith.com/cms http://trends.builtwith.com/cms/Joomla! The change in market share is considerable when the results are filtered to the top 1 million, top 100k and top 10k websites, especially with Drupal. Given that a free WordPress website can be created in seconds, and this is not something that can currently be ...


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You have to be careful with any of the reported data below and see it as data relative to that source data. No web service knows exactly the make up of the internet by cms or any technology as all the services crawl or sample the content base on meta tags or ways sites report in their code. Some people remove these and some sites are put up and then left. ...


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You can create a plugin like this: class plgContentReduceHits extends JPlugin { public function onContentAfterDisplay($context, &$article, &$params, $limitstart) { if ($context == 'com_content.article' && JFactory::getUser()->id == $article->created_by && $params->get('intro_only')) { $db =...


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Assuming you are talking about Joomla's built in hit counter, the answer as far as I have seen is "no". The code that runs this is super simple and offers no real means to adapt this in the CMS. (The code won't even increment the hit counter if you enable caching...) What currently happens in the article's view.html.php file is this: // Increment the hit ...


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You could create a plugin which was triggered by an event such as onContentPrepare, like this: <?php defined( '_JEXEC' ) or die; class plgContentHits extends JPlugin { public function onContentPrepare($context, &$article, &$params, $page = 0) { $parts = explode(".", $context); if (isset($parts[0]) && $parts[0] ==...


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I just stumbled upon a plugin at JED called JProNoHitCount (http://extensions.joomla.org/extensions/authoring-a-content/admin-interface/22961) that allows you to select one or more groups to be excluded from the article hit counter. (Note that it's a commercial plugin).


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