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    Google Analytics module

    Hello David, Yes. It should show all the transactions into your account. However, we can't be sure the Analytics accounts are on full power now as Google announced some problem with the system load and noticed us all that we should expect some big delays in our reports. Just check if the form is sending correct data and everything should be ok. Best regards, Clement
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    Google Analytics module

    Happy - Happy birthday to you! :thumbsup: Don't stress yourself with such things on your birthday. :) Anyway please let me know what you mean with "no useful content at the end" ? Do you see the code changes into the "html source" ? Or you say that because you don't see any data in your Analytics account report? Regards, Clement
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    Google Analytics module

    You have to insert a pice of code into the <BODY tag into the checkout_success.php page, too: onLoad="javascript:__utmSetTrans()" It should look like: <BODY MARGINWIDTH="0" MARGINHEIGHT="0" TOPMARGIN="0" BOTTOMMARGIN="0" LEFTMARGIN="0" RIGHTMARGIN="0" onLoad="javascript:__utmSetTrans()"> Please check that. Best regards, Clement
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    [Contrib] Make An Offer

    In fact it must be changet to: $products_price = $currencies->display_price($product_info['products_price'], tep_get_tax_rate($product_info['products_tax_class_id'])); Best regards, Clement
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    Google Analytics module

    You're right. Thank you Fredrik. It will be changed into the contribution package shortly. Hello Ted, You always can track them as different profiles (not the most convenient). But Google provide instructions for your situation, too: Please check here: http://www.google.com/support/analytics/bi...6915&topic=2953 I have some info into my Analytics account so I can be sure the tracking codes (basic and e-commerce) are working. The transactions were loged with all the details. The only problem is Google still has some delays updating tracked info into our accounts. Also, on the e-commerce info the products name is not displayed entirely while it is logged correctly when the name is considered too long. Our product names like: osCommerce Templated Store G00015 are displayed on google only osCommerce Templated S As you may see the distinctiv part into the name is at the end of title. So, we'll use some change of the code so we'll send to google only the last part of the product name if it exceeds a certain number of characters. Best regards, Clement
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    Google Analytics module

    Please try to make any html change into your checkout_success template as test (add some text or change some dimensions) and see if that changes are reflected into the source code.
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    Google Analytics module

    Hello David. No. Just one UA like the non-ssl version . I'll change it into the contribution package right away. Thank you, Clement
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    Google Analytics module

    The updated version of the contribution is uploaded now. http://www.oscommerce.com/community/contributions,3756 Thank you all for sharing your sugestions. Best regards, Clement
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    Google Analytics module

    Hello Mondos, Yes. You're right The onLoad command should be included into the <Body tag. This was missed by me when I transfered the contribution from our custom stores to the standard MS2. Thank you very much for telling us. I'll update the contribution in the next hour. Hello Brian, Thank you for your suggestion. It is a very good one. I was just unsure if Google will track the non-ssl pages using the non-ssl tracking if the profile url is set to https:// or vice-versa. As you know, Google is asking for the http or https on each url. Anyway, if you say everything is ok and good tracking info are returned then it is time to integrate it. I'll add it into the next release (in about 1 hour). Thank you again for your suggestion. Hello Mike, The reason I used 2 different files for ssl and non-ssl instead of explanations was to avoid any confusion :) It seams my way not the best one. Now, with the suggestions and information about the conditional logic the confusion will be out. You are right about the position of the tracking code. It should be between the head tags. It was placed in the wrong place because of some kind of hurry. This will be fixed into the next release. Thank you very much for suggestions!!! Best regards, Clement Hello Lyle, Yes you should see somethink like: <form style="display:none;" name="utmform"> <textarea id="utmtrans">UTM:T|34535|Main Store|143.05|3.05|10.00|San Diego|CA|USA UTM:I|34535|XF-1024|Urchin T-Shirt|Shirts|10.00|9 UTM:I|34535|CU-3424|Urchin Drink Holder|Accessories|20.00|2 </textarea> </form> Please note that the contribution will be updated in about 1 hour. Anyway, the fixes (you should insert anyway into your store) are not the cause of your problems. Best regards, Clement
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    Google Analytics module

    This doesn't suppose to happen if the code is there. It is possible that your browser is loading the page from its cache. Please close the browser window and open a new one and try it again.
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    Google Analytics module

    Hello, I am not able to provide exhaustive support for the Google Analytics or AdWords services as I am not part of it (talking about difference between "conversion target" and "conversion tracking"). However that contrib will cover only the Analytics service part as the code is used only by that service. 1. Yes. You right. If you added the general tracking code into your STS there is no reason to add it again into the checkout_success.php page as long as you don't have <head> </head> tags anymore in that page. Please NOTE we talk only about the regular tracking code. The include analytics.php still have to be added at the bottom of checkout_success.php 2. This should be ok. After Google made the exmple code (xxxx-x) thay had many more users and their ID numbers goes bigger having more digits. Regards, Clement
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    Google Analytics module

    Sure Lyle. No matter what kind of template system you use. If you place the code just above the </head> tag everything should be ok. And Yes. It takes a while till Google see your code (arount 24 hours). This is what Google asking for. To place the tracking code between head tags. It is a script should run into HTML head wich is not same think with what designers means with "header" of the page. Hello Jared, You may see the html page source code of the checkout_success.php page (in IE click "View" ---> "Source"). Now check in your html source if your page send the corect values to Google. Hello Fredrik, The final price the contribution send to Google is the grand total of the order which means it contain any tax you applied. Isn't in that way on your store?
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    Google Analytics module

    Hello David, Doesn't matter if your catalog is SSL or not. The code must be placed between < head > and < / head > tags which are not into the header.php file. If you use at least 1 SSL page (like the checkout ones are) my personal advice is to set-up your store as https:// ... into the Google profile. and use the https version of the tracking code over all your store. If you use the opposite way (the http:// tracking code into the https pages of your store) you will have a security pop-up warning each time you access the ssl pages. Regards, Clement
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    Google Analytics module

    The problem is fixed now and the new package uploaded. Thank you again! Clement
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    Google Analytics module

    Hello, Ups. This is a function I have into the custom store. I forgot it there. I'll fix the problem and upload the new package in one hour. Thank you, Clement
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