Feedjit Widget: Hide and still use it!

Feedjit provides a simple and very informative widget to track visitors of any website. The widget is available for WordPress, Blogger and many other blogging platforms; as well as any other website. Once integrated with a website, this widget displays a list of recent visitors on webpages where the widget has been installed. So, in order to track visits to the entire website –this widget is usually added to areas like sidebar and footer so as to include it in all the pages of a website.

Design of Feedjit widget is, however, not very good and in most of the websites it does not gel with the design of the webpages. Therefore, often people want to hide this widget but still want to be to able to use it. There is no doubt that Feedjit provides good functionality and is really good for tracking visitors on small websites.

How to hide Feedjit widget

You can use CSS rules to hide the widget. If you are inserting the widget  code in your website’s code, you can wrap the widget code inside a DIV element as below:

<div style=”width: 0; height: 0; overflow: hidden”>

Feedjit widget code

</div>

If you have downloaded Feedjit as a widget for your WordPress, Blogger or other blogs, you can easily add a CSS rule in your stylesheet targeting the DIV element of the widget. ID of the DIV element of widget is #FJ_TF_Cont . So, add the following rule in your stylesheet:

#FJ_TF_Cont {

width: 0;

height: 0;

overflow: hidden

}

2 thoughts on “Feedjit Widget: Hide and still use it!”

  1. Hi Lalit, thank you!! But don’t know why recently the page with my blog name in the link gives me the same “Page not found”?

    Before it was fine, but some months I see only “Page not found”(( .

    Is it some Feedjit news? Thanks!

    Erica

    1. Hi Erica, I just now tested the link and it is working all well. You should make sure that you have properly implemented the Feedjit widget and that you’re using correct link to view the Live Traffic.

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