Google Analytics by Yoast 5.2.7

Google Analytics by Yoast was updated to version 5.2.7, from version 5.2.2. Changelog:

5.2.7

  • Increase timeout limit for request to Google API to prevent quickly session time-outs.
  • Setting SSL verifier to FALSE, to prevent checking SSL-chain.
  • Checking for cURL version 7.19, it this version is used the plugin switches to http streams.
  • Using webproperties instead of account names in the select box for choosing the Google Analytics profile.

5.2.6

  • Fixing API library to prevent fatal error.
  • Fixes the way of getting data from the Google API. cURL was used, but is changed into core wp_remote functionality to prevent errors when cURL isn’t enabled.

5.2.5

  • When deactivating the plugin the options with API-details will be cleared.
  • Show notice when the plugin isn’t able to fetch data from Google for more than 48 hours.
  • Fixes the way of getting data from the Google API. cURL was used, but is changed into core wp_remote functionality to prevent errors when cURL isn’t enabled.
  • Using autoloader for Google OAuth libraries instead of require them immediately to prevent conflicts with already loaded files.

5.2.4

  • Moved from OAuth1 to OAuth2 for Google Analytics API requests.
  • Open authentication and reauthentication for Google in a new window.
  • Force reloading of CSS and JS on version change of plugin.
  • Refactoring fetching profiles from Google Analytics

5.2.3

  • Improved visual look and data representation for dashboard graphs
  • When manual UA-code is selected, the profile selection gets disabled to clarify that the user is choosing an alternative to regular profile selection.
  • Fixes a bug where GA profile was fetched with every admin request, resulting in a pile of unnecessary API requests.
  • Fixes a problem where GA started throttling API requests done by our plugin because there were too many. We now fetch the data only once a day from GA. For realtime data, users should go to Google Analytics.