Este plugin no se ha probado con las últimas 3 versiones mayores de WordPress. Puede que ya no tenga soporte ni lo mantenga nadie, o puede que tenga problemas de compatibilidad cuando se usa con las versiones más recientes de WordPress.

heatmap for WordPress – Realtime analytics


heatmap provides realtime analytics and mouse tracking that helps sites editors understand in seconds which are their best performing contents. heatmap is used to optimize the traffic flow on websites and significantly reduce exit rates.

Key features of heatmap

  • realtime analytics, with easy-to-understand heat maps, that are overlaid on your site
  • smart heat maps that support responsive web design and touch devices
  • fully asynchronous tag; no impact on your site’s performance
  • no sampling
  • automatic updates (no need to refresh the page)
  • only you can see the data of your site
  • https supported
  • full privacy (your users are anonymous)
  • free plan available!
  • Visit to learn more

Key features of the plugin

  • easy and automatic installation of heatmap’s tag
  • no extra load on the database of your wordpress site (no impact on your page speed)
  • compatible with symbolic links if you have lots of websites
  • written and maintained by the team behind heatmap


  1. Create your account on
  2. Log into your WordPress admin panel and go to the Plugins menu.
  3. Click Add New and search for "heatmap for WordPress".
  4. Click Install Now, then Activate Plugin.
  5. Go to the heatmap plugin page to connect your plugin with your account on


Do I need an account with heatmap?

Yes, but the sign up is easy as you can use your Google or Facebook account to register

In fact, you need to register on as we are using powerful servers and technologies to offer a product that would slow down your WordPress sites if we tried to integrate it as a standalone plugin.

How much does it cost?

We have a free plan available to you, with limited features. We also have various paid plans depending on your audience and the number of sites you operate.

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I don’t see my clicks when I play with my own site

To prevent your clicks from polluting your data, the plugin disables the logging engine when you are logged in as admin on your own site. You can test with a different browser if you don’t believe us 😉

Does the plugin impact the performance of my site?

Not a bit. Our tag is very small and fully asynchronous. Plus, we set up powerful servers and technologies to collect data (we collect hundreds of millions of clicks per month), crunch them and then, display them to you. Finally, the plugin itself stores its configuration using WordPress core engine, so there is no extra load on your WordPress installation.


20 de diciembre de 2021 1 reply
I tried logging in with my facebook, saw that this account wasnt connected to Heatmap. No worries, ill just log out and relog with the correct accoun-….. "Hello G[name], This site is using heatmap with a license limited to a single user account. We are pleased that you like heatmap and want more user accounts 🙂 please upgrade!" Ok??!!! HOW do I log OUT? I can’t. So now I can never use heatmap for some reason because it think im another person, while I just want to log OUT. But I cannot anywhere find a button to log out from it….useless until this is fixed
3 de marzo de 2019
This was my favorite heatmap tool because it shows the CTR along with the heatmap spots, which is very useful data for me to have… However, recently the reported CTR on my pages has gone way down, with no logical explanation other than a change/bug in this heatmap plugin… I emailed support about this and they did not care to reply, which makes me think twice of ever becoming a paying customer. Speaking of which, their only paid plan is $100… For a freaking heatmap tool. I mean cmon, really? It feels like pricing is completely out of touch with reality. And I would happily pay for it if pricing was reasonable, and the reported CTR was actually accurate, and support cared to actually support their product. I really liked the tool. Would have given it 4 stars previously (5 stars if pricing was reasonable, so I could actually afford a paid plan). But since it’s not giving me accurate data anymore now, and no reply from support, that’s 2 stars now. Not 1 star because it had good past use for me.
19 de diciembre de 2018 1 reply
Installed plugin for wordpress, says ACTIVE, clicked Heatmap web pages and popup says No Heatmap Tag Found' added code manually into page headers, still no show. Such a shame, I couldn’t get it to work, I had high hopes, why such a basic fault, same issue as Ecabral commented on 5 months ago! Maybe they have abandoned it? tho it says updated 2 weeks ago, confused! Off to try Mouseflow or Smartlook
4 de septiembre de 2018
Works as advertised. Can change which pages to monitor on the fly with a free account.
13 de julio de 2018 3 replies
UPDATE: changing the rating from 1 to 3 stars for now as the plugin is now working after Heatmaps Support helped debug this (thanks!). The issue was that I had 3rd party cookies disabled. The plugin is now collecting data as intended. However, I still don’t have enough data, so haven’t been able to appreciate how Heatmaps can help… Hopefully, I’ll change the rating to ***** really soon! *** This plugin is simply not working for me… I followed all the installation/set up steps, the plugin status is active, but a) the bookmarklet doesn’t work, b) the sidebar won’t connect to my Google or FB accounts, and c) pressing Alt+Shift+H doesn’t do anything either. It’s been 8 months since this plugin was updated, so I wonder if this is no longer supported?
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Colaboradores y desarrolladores

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Registro de cambios


  • Fixed mixed line endings
  • Tested on WordPress 5.1


  • is now
  • Tested on WordPress 5.0


  • Show notice to remind to flush cache from cache plugins
  • Pushed the heatmap sidebar below the WP admin bar
  • Cleaned up the admin page


  • Changed to use the new version of tag
  • Show warning on plugin conflicts


  • Option to disable the button in the admin bar
  • Minor reorganization of heatmap page


  • Server side check falls back to http if only older SSL protocols are supported
  • Support for affiliates


  • Increased connection timeout for server side checks
  • is now https
  • Tested on WordPress 4.0


  • Minor improvements (new api, link to documentation)


  • Minor improvements (wording, layout of settings page)


  • Initial official version