I have setup a website for a friend under a sub-domain (ex1.example.com). He want's that sub-domain to link to his about.me page. So going to that URL will immediately send users to his about.me page and not trigger tracking.
On his about.me page, he links to (ex1.example.com/portfolio). This page has tracking along with all other pages on the site. BUT, Google Analytics (and Webmaster Tools meta tag) can't seem to sense the tracking code since the root domain URL isn't a webpage and doesn't have tracking.
Short of setting up a redirect on the domain, pausing to trigger tracking, and sending the person on, is there a way GA can look at subpages for the tracking code? His ways are convoluted but I have to respect his wishes.
Thanks for any suggestions.
Question to this community: Has anyone had experience running CouchDB on a Raspberry Pi?
I assume it should work flawlessly (Apache and all), but I just wanted to see if others had any experience. The reason I chose the Raspberry Pi is because I have one lying around I haven't found a good use for and my current web host doesn't really give me the freedom to install things such as CouchDB. I can use the Raspberry Pi at home and have it always on and plugged into my router.
Is this a problem with Tag Assistant and Universal Analytics? Visits are still being tracked and eCommerce is being applied to the first tracker (which is expected). But the GA developer docs described the multiple tracker method I have below. Am I missing something which is causing the errors?
Next is to add CouchDB integration so I can display all the moves people have been making and win/loss statistics.
So if I had moved = false at the start of the while loop. Then midway through moved was set to true, would the rest of the if statements not be called because moved !== false (= true)?
Basically, one problem I found when I didn't check for a move on each statement:
Two moves would be made because while the conditions were met early on, another condition was met later in the series. So 2+ squares were marked even though only 1 had the CSS class changed.
I should have checked if while statements will be stopped immediately when a condition is met.
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