I am looking to roll my own simple web stats script.    The only major obstacle on the road, as far as I can see, is telling human visitors apart from bots. I would like to have a solution for that which I don't need to maintain on a regular ba...
We have a Rails application where we are including our application dependencies in the html head within application.js:  //= require jquery //= require analytics // other stuff...   Then on individual pages we have a script tag at the bottom of the p...
I have an external script, wich i can't modify. This script load a  button, and add a jQuery .click on it... and it finish with "return false".  I need to trigger my own code on this click. When i load the page the  doesn't exists, so...
I have a javscript code wich record visitors interaction with the website (like calculating max scroll position, mouse movement in pixels, etc). However, these statistics are valid, only if the user stops interacting with the page. (he leaves, clicks...
I'm looking at the Kissmetrics (analytics app) JS API docs, and they have an "identify" method that lets you tell Kissmetrics about a user. Here's what their docs say:     We recommend you call identify in two scenarios:      When a u...
As far as I know all popular web browsers execute the onclick attribute of an anchor link first, then follow the path specified by the href attribute.  The problem here is that the onclick attribute only gets called when clicking with the left mouseb...
I am building web analytics tools which deal with tracking the click events and mouse movements, For this, I don't want to send the data to the server for every mouse move or click, instead I planned to save locally and send the data to the serve...
I'm trying to add analytics event tracking to an onclick event for a submit input on a form.  I've tried multiple different examples and referenced a couple of different SO posts to get to this point. I'm able to get the onclick to either...
I'm trying to figure out is it possible to track number of clicks per special links via Omniture.js (s_code.js). For example -  Set of links should have something like tag_1, others tag_2 etc.:  <a href="#" data-tag="tag_1">...
I'm building a basic analytics service, based in theory off of how Google Analytics works, but instead of requesting an actual image, I'm routing the image request to a script that accepts the data and then outputs an image. Since browsers wi...

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