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  1. In Topic: Tracking events using Google analytics

    Posted 26 Jan 2015

    I'm a bit confused on how to use Google analytics correctly, I followed a tutorial on how-to set it up and this is what it looks like

      (i[r].q=i[r].q||[]).push(arguments)},i[r].l=1*new Date();a=s.createElement(o),
      ga('create', 'UA-XXXXXX-1', '');
      ga('send', 'pageview');

    To track the links -

    <a href="" onclick="ga('send','event','Outgoing Links','')">
    <a href="/installer/files/Example.exe" onclick="ga('send', 'Downloads', 'Free', '/installer/files/Example.exe']);">

    Is this the correct formatting? I can't get the data on my analytics page for the link click :(
  2. In Topic: Custom theme in Wordpress or Already made theme customized?

    Posted 22 Jan 2015

    Hope an expert will correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the whole point of having a Wordpress powered website to add the necessary functionality you want without having to manually code it in? or having those extra features to use when you want to.
    So I don't know what exactly he means by "it will be lighter" , "will not have all the functions" because if he means that the "features" included in the theme you bought will add extra loading time to your page, I don't really see much of an issue since there are a whole variety of plugins that can be used to manage your website cache and "boost" loading time.
    As for "it will be easier for me to upload new information" this is just plain ignorant as even a child can add and delete content on a wordpress page using the dashboard.
    If your current theme has a mobile version or is a responsive design, this won't be a problem.
    I think you should go ahead with the theme you have, but of course I'm not an expert in this topic and you should wait for the other responses as well.
  3. In Topic: Re sizing all content within an iFrame

    Posted 21 Jan 2015

    View Postandrewsw, on 21 January 2015 - 09:55 AM, said:

    If you are writing the page(s) yourself then why does the table need to be in an iframe? It is the iframe that is the issue, not the table.

    What is the benefit you see in using the iframe? If it is to allow scrolling then a DIV (containing a table) can display scrollbars (overflow: auto). Added: Although, I see that you disabled scrolling anyway.

    Yes, this is because the styling of the website messes up the format of the table and I figured the easiest way out of making changes to the styling is to put the table inside an iframe.
    Made things more complicated by being lazy I guess.
  4. In Topic: Re sizing all content within an iFrame

    Posted 21 Jan 2015

    Ok got it, so using a table is probably not the right idea for this. Thanks
  5. In Topic: Re sizing all content within an iFrame

    Posted 20 Jan 2015

    Is this impossible?

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