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WordPress Gets A New Stats Graph

If you are a blogger then you can probably empathize with me on how it can become an obsession to visit the stats page of your Blog. Sometimes you know you checked it a few minutes back but just can’t stop yourself from landing on that page.

On WordPress Blogs (.com at least) they used to have this good great looking graph which used to show your stats according to Days, Weeks, Months and even a had a joke: Humanize. Today, I noticed a slight change. Everything is still there lest the graph. The old graph has been replaced by a graph. The new graph  looks hideous when compared to the old one. Of course it does serve the purpose and apparently is better at doing that but, I repeat again, it looks hideous. It isn’t even as interactive as the old one!

The new stats graph

The new stats graph

The old one, in case you have forgotten it (damn you) used to look like this. Oh I miss you Graph!

Dear old graph,

Why didn’t you break the new one’s vertices and edges?

The old WordPress graph. RIP.

The old WordPress graph. RIP.

I am not exactly sure as to why the Guys at WordPress changed the design but a good thing (and thus the reason to write the post) which has happened is that, now, unlike sometime back I can see a graph on my iPod Touch!

The new graph. Looks a bit odd, doesn't it? Looks like a grpah.

The new graph. Looks a bit odd, doesn't it? Looks like a graph.

Do you like the new graph?

UPDATE: This is not the first that the graph has been changed.

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  1. September 17th, 2010 at 08:47 | #1

    wow thanks for this post 😉 Thanks Admin i like you 😉

  2. September 16th, 2010 at 06:00 | #2

    Truly an eyesore. Though I suppose it's good you can now see it on your iPod, I'd still rather the old one. I hope they either give us the chance to revert back, or improve the new design so it's not quite as… heinous?

  3. September 16th, 2010 at 05:44 | #3

    The new graph's a right eyesore. Doesn't integrate at all with the rest of the dashboard and, well, its just plain ugly!