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Configure your server one time only Register the WebAnalyticsModule.
Add the following to the moduleProviders collection: Again, this can be added directly in the Web. NET, and therefore, if you have for i.
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Pretty standard classic pipeline stuff: Copyright statements, survey scripts, "Ted wuz here" alerts for every page Again, the fancy GUI stuff doesn't help you in classic pipeline scenarios other than an XML-encoding aid as described above.
Typically you want to register scripts as close to the end of your page as possible various technical performance and usability reasons.
However, Google Analytics' latest scripts have a "push" functionality making this a moot point: See the "Asynchronous Tracking Usage Guide" for more information. Different web analytics packages have different strengths and weaknesses, and it's only with multiple different perspectives on your site traffic that you even begin to get a clear picture of what is really happening with your site.
Using this web analytics module makes it even easier to add and maintain a page tagging solution on your site. Download I'd like to just directly link to my compiled DLL and schema file of the module, but unfortunately, it's not at all clear what licensing model is associated with the original module although it's clear from his article explaining the module, that Microsoft's Ruslan Yakushev intends for us to use it.
Therefore, I'll be requesting clarification on this issue, but in the meantime, just download the source code from the original article and make the quick modifications as described above. If you have problems doing so, or you want help deploying it for your site, drop us a line.As of webkandii.com there's now a redirectMode="ResponseRewrite" setting for your customErrors setting in your webkandii.com (yeah!).
Put it in and you're halfway there (the default is the aforementioned moronic "ResponseRedirect"). Thanks for the detailed post Morten, it really shouldn’t require this much work should it!?
I’ve setup a site as per your config, however, I still do not get my Umbraco page content I get the static HTML document. I have found out that if you use redirectMode="ResponseRewrite" then you need to add something in the rewrite area of the webkandii.com file.
Problem is when your site is broken! You can't URL rewrite as your site can't call the "webkandii.com" that handles your rewrite! Refresh the page and the application will redirect properly. Another option is to handle Application-Level errors in the webkandii.com file. This can be achieved as in any standard webkandii.com application and it is not specific to the Sitefinity project.
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