If you're a WordPress user and you'd like to track your hits with the WunderCounter, your life just got a little easier. Thanks to my good friend and Perl programmer extraordinaire Dave Doyle, there is now a WordPress plugin for the WunderCounter. (Yes, it's in PHP, but Dave doesn't *just* know Perl. He merely *prefers* Perl...) If you'd like to download and install the plugin, you'll find it here.
To install the plugin, download it, unzip it and rename the folder "wp-wundercounter". This folder should be placed in your wp-content/plugins folder. After you've placed the plugin here, it will show up in your WordPress admin. You'll then need activate the plugin, enter your username and configure your counter appearance (or disappearance) plus some tracking options.
I'm looking to add some additional functionality to this plugin down the road, but it already works, so I wanted to get it out there as soon as possible so that people could start using it and giving feedback.
So, if you have a chance to check it out, please let me know what you think, both the good and the bad. If there's enough interest, we'll continue developing the plugin for you. If you're interested in contributing to the plugin, please let me know and we can get you involved.