Installing Plausible on a site can be a slightly different process depending on what tools you're using. We've put together several guides that cover popular website builders and content management systems (CMS). These can help you set up and start counting your site visitors in no time.
Thanks to the members of our community, there are also integrations and plugins for various frameworks. Let us know about any other integrations that you've built and we will feature them. Thanks for your support!
Here's how to get Plausible Analytics up and running on your site.
We have a WordPress plugin that makes the integration with WordPress nice and easy.
To track Google AMP pages with Plausible, you need to declare an AMP-analytics object on your AMP pages. See the instructions here.
Micro.blog: Integrate Micro.blog with Plausible Analytics using a plugin. You can add it under Find Plug-ins in Micro.blog and then use the Settings button to configure it for your Plausible Analytics account. Built and maintained by Lukas Rosenstock. Here's the source code.
AUR package for Arch Linux: Start it using
systemctl start plausible, enable it at boot with
systemctl enable plausible and change the environment variables by editing
/etc/plausible.conf. Built and maintained by Rhys Perry.
Vue.js & Nuxt.js: A Vue.js plugin and NuxtJS module for Plausible Analytics. Exposes the functionality of plausible-tracker to Vue and Nuxt instances, Vue components, and Vuex stores. Built and maintained by Moritz Sternemann.
Add Plausible Analytics to your Podcastpage.io website. Just enable the Plausible Analytic script via the "Integrations" page of your dashboard to add the tracking script to all pages.
You can now use Plausible with the analytics library. Combine privacy first analytics with a tiny middleware layer to add features such as DNT (Do Not Track) and offline functionality. Built and maintained by David Wells.
Plausible by default doesn't take DNT (Do Not Track) into consideration as we're a privacy first analytics tool and DNT allows "data analysis techniques that protect the anonymity of the users".
Alternatively, you can integrate Plausible into your site manually by pasting the Plausible Analytics tracking script code into the Header (
<head>) section of your site.
Don't see your favorite tool in this list? We're always working on new guides so please add a request or contribute to this list with the guide to your favorite tool. Thanks!