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rcjohnson
tracking site statisics and page views
  • 2005/6/14 19:49

  • rcjohnson

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  • Since: 2004/7/23


I've been through every "statistics" mod and none of them can give me what Im looking for.

Is there a mod, or a free tool that will allow me to view which pages a user visited, how long, and the links they followed?

"Uservisit" seemed to be what I was looking for, but does not seem to work on my XOOPS install.

Thanks!
Ryan

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wcrwcr
Re: tracking site statisics and page views
  • 2005/6/14 20:24

  • wcrwcr

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  • Since: 2003/12/12


Hi

Just in case:

Do you know the service of http://www.statcounter.com/
They have a very complete statistics services.
Maybe could be useful to you

Regards

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pdajunkee
Re: tracking site statisics and page views
  • 2005/6/14 22:28

  • pdajunkee

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Here's one that works well for me, I think this is what you are looking for.

Xoops.org - Uservisit Module

"User visit 2.2 displays in the admin area, details of what pages your users have been looking at, how many times for each page, and how long each visit was."

There are other good stats programs that you can make available to all your members, e.g. XOOPS Site Stats. But I think this is different from what you want.

SourceForge - XOOPS Stats

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jdseymour
Re: tracking site statisics and page views

For my needs I use PHP-stats. It is a stand alone PHP program but has extensive stats for just about every possible category.

You can see an example Here. Check out the different menu entries. Lots of interesting stats to view.

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Watdehek
Re: tracking site statisics and page views
  • 2005/6/14 22:46

  • Watdehek

  • Friend of XOOPS

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  • Since: 2005/2/21


What problem do you have with UserVisit?

Did you add the code to footer.php?

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rcjohnson
Re: tracking site statisics and page views
  • 2005/6/15 22:18

  • rcjohnson

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 187

  • Since: 2004/7/23


The uservist is working now, I guess I just didn't give it enough time.

The problem with that though is that it only tracks logged in users. I need to primarly track anonymous visits.

Other than that, its an awsome mod.

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rcjohnson
Re: tracking site statisics and page views
  • 2005/6/15 22:23

  • rcjohnson

  • Not too shy to talk

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  • Since: 2004/7/23


Quote:

jdseymour wrote:
For my needs I use PHP-stats. It is a stand alone PHP program but has extensive stats for just about every possible category.

You can see an example Here. Check out the different menu entries. Lots of interesting stats to view.


thaks for that link jd. I downloaded the php-stats, and it was exactly what i was looking for, except it is in Italian.

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stefan88
Re: tracking site statisics and page views
  • 2005/6/15 22:33

  • stefan88

  • Community Support Member

  • Posts: 1086

  • Since: 2004/9/20


I use stand alone BBClone script. Free at http://bbclone.de

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wcrwcr
Re: tracking site statisics and page views
  • 2005/6/15 23:19

  • wcrwcr

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@jdseymour

What a nice stats script
Any warpig tutorial on how to using/installing it?

One first question...May i use the same XOOPS db to install it, or I need a separeted one?

Anyway, it?s already on my desktop
Thanks for the link

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jdseymour
Re: tracking site statisics and page views

No. Have not made a tutorial, yet.

I use the same database as XOOPS but a different prefix. Has worked flawlessly with no troubles.

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