[wp-hackers] Fresh Meat: Open Web Analytics for WordPress
speedboxer at gmail.com
Wed May 30 03:22:34 GMT 2007
What, you're using a cookie? Eek. :P
On 5/29/07, Peter Adams <peter at oncefuture.com> wrote:
> good question. I haven't tested OWA with WP-Cache.
> OWA for WordPress includes an IMG tag in the page footer for new
> visitors that is used to process their first hit to the web site.
> this eliminates the "one-hit" robot session over counting issue that
> FUBARs most web analytics. Without that IMG tag being present on the
> page new visitors will not get their sessions logged.
> Right now, that IMG tag is included conditionally if the persistent
> cookie is not found, but it doesn't need to work that way. I'll add a
> config option for that in the next release.
> On May 28, 2007, at 6:57 PM, John Keegan wrote:
> >> Thanks to help from folks on this list, I've recently released the
> >> Open Web Analytics (OWA) framework for WordPress. OWA is a generic
> >> web analytics framework that comes with tight integration for
> >> WordPress and MediaWiki (phpBB and Gallery2 are in the works).
> > Does OWA play nice with WP-Cache? I.e., does using WP-Cache alter the
> > OWA results in any way?
> > --
> > John Keegan
> > john at RackShare.com
> > http://RackShare.com
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