Posts Tagged ‘code’

Google Analytics Xmas upgrade, yay ^_^

December 14, 2007

Great news for Google Analytics fans, December 13, 2007 marks the official arrival of the replacement to urchin.js we have all come to know and love (or hate) 🙂

The urchin.js tracking script has been downgraded to legacy status and should be phased out within the next 18 months or so.

The new ga.js code has a new syntax and comes with all sorts of bells and whistles to make your life easier and, let’s face it, spend more time hooked on GA 😉

Included with this update is the beta functionality that allows for the analysis of multiple metrics directly from the calendar interface. You may now select page views and visits for instance and compare them across time periods or against the entire site.

New tracking code and functionalities

If you look at your Google Analytics interface under Settings > Check Status, you will see that Google now offers both code snippets for the GATC (Google Analytics Tracking Code) that rely on the _getTracker method which generates a page tracking object with a host of new functions.

Here is what the code will look like: (more…)

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Nouveautés pour Google Analytics

December 13, 2007

C’est Noël avant la date pour Google Analytics avec

  • Un nouveau code de suivi
  • Un comparateur de mesures dans le calendrier

Nouveau code de suivi et nouvelles fonctionnalités

Dans votre interface d’administration de Google Analytics, si vous allez voir dans Paramètres > Vérifier l’état, vous verrez que Google vous propose le nouveau code de suivi (GATC ou Google Analytics Tracking Code) qui se sert de la méthode _getTracker pour créer un objet qui va ensuite mesurer le trafic de vos pages.

Voici un aperçu du code de base: (more…)