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  1. Sorry, i'm an idiot.. my localhost database didn't have that product installed and it was linked from homepage manually.. everything is working ok!
  2. Hi there. I've had this contrib working for some time now, both on my localhost and on my website http://www.glowsticksltd.co.nz However, having recently installed Subversion my localhost directory structure has changed and I am now have trouble getting SEO URL's working again on the localhost. My oscommerce catalog is found here: http://localhost/glowsticks_nz/trunk And so I am using the following RewriteBase: RewriteBase /glowsticks_nz/trunk/ However, whenever I click a link within my store, ie (site links to): http://localhost/glowsticks_nz/trunk/super-foam-thunder-stick-p-72.html I am actually directed to: http://localhost/glowsticks_nz/trunk/-p-72.html Any ideas on where I am going wrong?
  3. myztic_man

    Google Analytics module

    Yep, turns out it is working perfectly. The only orders Analytics does not track are those in which the customer pays via PayPal, then has a Credit Card error, and then does not return to the site (I have a system in place to record the order in my admin however). I will look @ ways around this. Anyway! Go Google Analytics! If you get stuck send me a PM and i'll try to help.
  4. myztic_man

    Google Analytics module

    Hi there. I am fairly new to the e-commerce side of GA but I can shed some light on some of the other stuff which I see people asking questions about. 1. Google Analytics has all sorts of different information that you can track, such as where users are going, where they are coming from etc etc. The code that you embed into the footer is put there to 'track' a user through your website. It is put in the footer so if Google is slow loading for some reason, your customer won't be held up by waiting for the page to display. However, this 'tracking' data has no added information about e-commerce things such as purchase price/size, this is left to the contribution in question. 2. The RC1 English file has a spelling mistake. catalog/includes/modules/analitycs/analitics.php Should be: catalog/includes/modules/analytics/analytics.php as you'll see in the footer file: include(DIR_WS_MODULES . 'analytics/analytics.php'); So, basically what you are doing with the code stated: <script type="text/javascript"> var gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www."); document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + gaJsHost + "google-analytics.com/ga.js' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E")); </script> <script type="text/javascript"> var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-XXXXXXX-X"); pageTracker._initData(); pageTracker._setDomainName("YOURDOMAIN.com"); pageTracker._trackPageview(); <?php if (strpos($_SERVER['PHP_SELF'], 'checkout_success.php') !== false) include(DIR_WS_MODULES . 'analytics/analytics.php'); ?> </script> is setting up your usual footer tracking, with the additional : analytics/analytics.php information included. This should work straight out of the box. If you got fooled by the spelling mistake just go back and fix it up.. the guy who wrote the install must have been in a rush (interestingly, the french that wrote the first RC1 version did spell it correctly). I have just installed it into my own site so i'll post a reply if it works fine for me.