Fairchild here, yoroshiku!
This is kinda simpler, if I were to be asked..
1. Learn the steps on how to add the WUA Widget on WordPress by checking this article — WordPress Installation.
2. Go to the front page of the site — Whos.Among.Us
4. Look for your tracker code. In this case, it’s lw191dcgtiv, usually following the word “tab” and enclosed in parenthesis.
5. Edit this HTML code ideal for our WP. This was the non-java script code WAU offered users before.
<a href=”http://whos.amung.us/stats/xxxxxxxxxxxx/”><img src=”https://whos.amung.us/widget/xxxxxxxxxxx.png” width=”81″ height=”29″ border=”0″ title=”Click to see how many people are online” /></a>
6. Replace the “xxxxxx” with the tracking code and proceed with Step 1.
7. Voila! Enjoy your Widget.
This is for those who wanted a more complicated setup..
1. Follow Steps 1 & 2 as stated above.
2. Scroll further down to the “More Widgets” area and click on “Showcase” or simply click on the “Showcase Nav Tab” on the upper left side of the WAU front page and you will be led into this:
And since we’re on WordPress choose the WP icon and enter your data as follows:
After filling in details, click on Post.
4. Check on Your WordPress blog and a Post would have been published. (Though it took a while in my case, but it depends.)
5. Use custom methods in editing WP posts which looks like this:
6. You may copy the whole text or just simply start copying from <a href=….
7. Paste on the WP Text Widget and you’re done. See step 1 of Method A for more reference.
But remember we can’t use those cool maps, just the counters, unless you are on a self hosted blog I suppose (not sure though, haven’t tried). Also, check on this forum topic for more helpful ideas.
That’s all folks! Hope you will have that handy little widget on your blogs the soonest!