Warning: You are now accessing Piwik from http://mml.tuis.ac.jp/piwik/index.php, but Piwik has been configured to run at this address: http://www.metaverse.jp.net/piwik/index.php.

Click here to access Piwik safely and remove this warning. You may also want to contact your Piwik administrator and notify them about this issue (click here to email).

How do I fix this problem and how do I login again?
The Piwik Super User can manually edit the file piwik/config/config.ini.php and add the following lines:

trusted_hosts[] = "mml.tuis.ac.jp"
After making the change, you will be able to login again.

You may also disable this security feature (not recommended). To do so edit config/config.ini.php and add:



Date range: 2017-09-27

With Piwik, you can export your Web Analytics reports on your blog, website, or intranet dashboard... in one click.

› Widget authentication: If you want your widgets to be viewable by everybody, you first have to set the 'view' permissions to the anonymous user in the Users Management section.
Alternatively, if you are publishing widgets on a password protected or private page, you don't necessarily have to allow 'anonymous' to view your reports. In this case, you can add the secret token_auth parameter (found in the API page) in the widget URL.

› Widgetize the full dashboard: You can also display the full Piwik dashboard in your application or website in an IFRAME (see example). The date parameter can be set to a specific calendar date, "today", or "yesterday". The period parameter can be set to "day", "week", "month", or "year". The language parameter can be set to the language code of a translation, such as language=fr. For example, for idSite=1 and date=yesterday, you can write:

› Widgetize the all websites dashboard in an IFRAME (see example)

› Select a report, and copy paste in your page the embed code below the widget: