This plugin adds a new Stats dashboard to your WordPress admin area. It’s also able to add and customize the Piwik tracking code to your blog using wp_footer, and provides support for Multi Sites Networks.
This plugin automatically inserts the Piwik Tracking code. It also permits you to pick which roles you don’t want to track.
This plugin adds the Piwik tracking code to your elgg installation and shows the administrator the page visits of the last 30 days in a graph.
This extension inserts the Piwik tracking code to the bottom of every page. It excludes the views of the users with ‘bot’ privileges (bots) and the ‘protect’ privileges (sysops). It also adds a Special Page with selected reports.
This plugin adds a new Stats addon to your Redaxo CMS, which automatically adds the Piwik tracking code to your Redaxo website pages, and allows you to choose
between JS and PHP tracking method. The addon shows a nice short graphical overview within the Redaxo admin section and logs you into the PIWIK backend with one click.
This module automatically adds the Piwik tracking code to your Drupal website. It can also selectively track certain users, roles and pages, monitor which files are downloaded from your pages, cache the Piwik code on your local server for improved page loading times, and provide direct access to statistics in the reports section using Piwik widgets and API.
This plugin automatically inserts the Piwik Tracking code in Contao, with a few options to customise the code: include backend and/or frontend users, use the page title instead of the alias, list the 404 error pages separately, and set which file extensions are used for the category download.
There is not yet a plugin to integrate Piwik in Plone automatically, but click on the link to see the simple instructions to include the tracking code in all pages.
nfrPiwik is a plug-in for entering the tracking-code for piwik-analytics into the current used template of your website.
This module/plugin inserts the Piwik Tracking code at the end of the html code generated by MODX and shows a few widgets in the MODX backend.
This plugin allows you to track visitors statistics of your DokuWiki installation using Piwik. There is an option to exclude admin/users from the statistics.
This plugin provides a small code to insert in the Movable Type footer file to enable Piwik tracking.
This module automatically adds the Piwik tracking code to your Pimcore website. It also adds two portlets to the welcome page that display the visitor and page statistics. Also, some reports are added to pimcore’s Reports & Marketing section, that provide statistics to each individual documents, to QR-Codes and to the site as such. The module is multisite enabled.
This Piwik plugin will auto setup the userrights in the backend. It will also auto create sites in Piwik if configured in TYPO3. It will add Piwik widgets to the TYPO3 frontend. It will also add the Piwik Tracking code.
This plugin automatically inserts the Piwik Tracking code in Magento and sets up Ecommerce tracking.
Features: Tracking of products detail pages viewed, impressions of categories viewed, information from your Carts: Product in carts, Items abandoned carts (lost revenue), Information on Orders: revenue, subtotal, tax, shipping, Conversion rates by sku, category, and more!
This module integrates the Piwik Tracking code in the Prestashop and automatically tracks Ecommerce activity: product and category page views, cart updates, ecommerce orders and all the standard Piwik reports. Contact devs at Sutunam for support. The code is on Github.
This Plugin adds the Piwik Ecommerce Tracking code in your Zen Cart Store pages, and loads the Piwik Dashboard in the ZenCart Reports menu.
The Plugin Piwik for VirtueMart 2 integrates the Piwik eCommerce tracking in your VirtueMart shop. Just enable the plugin, no template adjustements are needed. The following tracking features are included: information from the cart (product in carts, items abandoned carts), information on orders (revenue, subtotal, tax, shipping), conversion rates by sku, category, products.
This plugin will install the Piwik Tracking code in the Simple Machine Forum pages.
This plugin automatically inserts the Piwik Tracking code in VBulletin.
This plugin will add the Piwik Tracking code to your Vanilla Forums pages. It requires themes with AfterBody event. The Plugin also allows you to see your stats from your Vanilla Admin screen.
This plugin automatically inserts the Piwik Tracking code in Roundcube Webmail.
This plugin automatically adds the Piwik Analytics tracking script to all web pages that are served by the Hudson installation.
Piwik is written in PHP5, it is possible to use the underlying PHP classes directly within your project, making it easy to use and call the Piwik APIs.
C# implementation of the Piwik Tracking API, to track visitors, page views, downloads, ecommerce activity, and more.
Piwik provides a PHP5 Tracking API Client class to easily track any visit, page view, action, goal, custom variable, or ecommerce interaction in your Piwik server.
C# client for the Piwik Analytics API, letting you access any analytics report or manage Piwik websites from your C# project.
This plugin provides support for the Piwik API into your Symfony2 projects.
This Java class makes it easy to track any visit, page, goal, ecommerce activity using the Tracking API
This plugin automatically inserts the Piwik Tracking code in your Django templates.
python-piwikapi is a Python implementation of the Piwik tracking and the analytics API. You can use it to track visitors, ecommerce, actions, goals, generate reports and much more.
This plugin can be used to integrate Piwik open source web analytics in Grails application. The plugin is written in Groovy/Grails without any dependencies on external libraries.
This plugin automatically inserts the Piwik Tracking code in Silverlight.
Ever wanted to use Piwik on your GWT enabled sites? This library implements a java class for GWT allowing you to use Piwik functionality such a recording page hits, outbound link clicks and goals.
Thanks to the development of Open Source & Free Software in the recent years, it has become increasingly more accessible for anyone to build a website or manage an online store. There are dozens of software programs available for use, such as WordPress, Drupal, Mediawiki, Magento, osCommerce that have helped millions of individuals share their ideas or build a business online.
We do appreciate if you do take the time to thank the original author of the module if you use it, or report any suggestions or bugs you may experience with the module. Most of these tools are Free software!
Please note that these plugins, addons, modules, extensions linked to on this page are built by third party developers NOT members of the Piwik team. The source code wasn’t reviewed by the core team, nor did we try to use all of them ourselves. Therefore, please use with caution and report any issues you may experience to the original developer.
We have written a small guide with tips on how to write a Plugin for your CMS to integrate Piwik. Best practise for CMS Plugins