Archive for June, 2011
You want to hide a page in your website from the Search Engines ?
Today just building up a website doesn’t help until you know how you can manage it. So before your website is getting into limelight, just be sure that you know how to fight hackers and spammers.
PHP is a server-side scripting language whose primary purpose is to generate HTML content. Its creator, Rasmus Lerdorf defines it as “a cross-platform, HTML-embedded, server-side web scripting language”. With the current direction of the Web, it is easily being adapted to writing out all forms of XML content as well. The most recent version of PHP is PHP 4.
ga.js into the page. To use this on your pages, copy the code snippet below, replacing
UA-XXXXX-X with your web property ID. Paste this snippet into your website template page so that it appears before the closing
The snippet above represents the minimum configuration needed to track a page asynchronously. It uses _setAccount to set the page’s web property ID and then calls _trackPageview to send the tracking data back to the Google Analytics servers.
Blogs have become an integral part of online culture.
Practically everyone reads blogs now, whether they’re “official” news blogs associated with traditional news media, topic-based blogs related to one’s work or hobbies, or blogs purely for entertainment, just about anyone you ask has at least one favorite blog.
Google has finally announced that it has released a new version of google analytiscs, one of the most widely used tracking systems.
Google Analytics users still able to switch between the old and new versions of the product, see image below.
Google Analytics v5 features :
- Create an additional dashboard to focus on your important metrics.
- Set up an Event Goal to track interactions like downloads and video engagement.
- Graph and compare any two rows over time with Plot Rows.
- Check out your favorite report (Did it move? Our Report Finder can help).
- Flip between your different profiles and sites while staying focused on the same report.
Nobody in this Internet age is a fan of the word “slow.” Everything in today’s world is based on speed and turn-around time. We as human beings are becoming more and more accustomed to instant gratification.