Last week Richardo Dacosta asked me a very interesting question: Your contribution prevents the spiders from reading the osCsid. Would I be able to use it to prevent spiders from seeing lets say: “ref=53&affiliate_banner_id=16” from my affiliates? if so, what do I have to do to make it work? In my last days to my […]
Yesterday I launched my quick and dirty proof of concept for the implementation of the “canonical urls” link tag. Now I gathered some more information, tidied up the code and released it as a contribution. Always a great moment. Grab the contribution here: Canonical URL link
Ok, I did it (well, sort of). Here is a beta (or better: proof of concept) for the new tag which tells the search engines Google, Yahoo! and Live which URL it should have for the current page. Matt Cutts (software engineer at Google) explains the new canonical tag: The syntax is pretty simple: An […]
To make it somewhat easier for your customers to complete an order, we skip one step straight to the registration form. With this very easy modification you will have your customers faster to the goal where you want them the most: a complete order from a new happy customer. With this modification you leave out […]
I want to say “obrigado” to Marcello Eduardo for translating the Google Analytics Beta Tracking contribution in Portugese. Thanks a lot! You can get the contribution here: Google Analytics Beta Transaction tracking Translations are welcome. Anyone prefer a Dutch translation? Off-topic: yes, I am gonna write some more posts in the near future. I promise.
Today, PhoenixMedien released some bug fixes for “Google Analytics (beta) with E-commerce” contribution. This allows you to track your transactions with Google Analytics Beta statistics. The following fixes are included: – add_slashes() to allow quotes in product and category name – number_format() don’t uses comma as thousands separator – simplified installation in footer.php for ecommerce […]
I wanted to do this a lot earlier. Back then I stumbled upon some programming issues. My customer said back then that he did not need it anyway (silly him!), so I never finished the job. Last month Google Analytics changed the tracking code. With this change of tracking, I received a lot of questions […]