Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 April 2013 03:52 Written by Alex Ali Thursday, 25 April 2013 12:00
Google Checkout is known to not support multiple currencies. If you are a UK based seller selling in USD this can become a problem, though a little hidden feature in WHMCS can solve this by processing payments in your Google Checkout accounts currency.Learn More
Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 April 2013 10:36 Written by Gregg Hawkins Tuesday, 23 April 2013 09:39
Do you have a $100 Google voucher burning a hole in your pocket? Are you looking to advertise your business or website on Google for the first time? If your answer to either or both of those questions was a ‘yes’ then follow these simple steps on how to redeem your $100 voucher through Arvixe and get started with your first Google AdWords paid search campaign!
Redeem Your Google AdWords $100 Voucher
To redeem your Google AdWords $100 voucher code you’ll need to log into your Arvixe Billing Account. Once you’re logged in you’ll want to click the link at the bottom of the right sidebar that says Free Google AdWords Credit.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 February 2013 08:44 Written by David Bauernschmidt Saturday, 2 March 2013 12:00
If you are a developer that uses Google Analytics in your ASP.net web applications then you know that loading up the Google Analytics in your web page should not happen when you are building the application. In the past I have always just commented out the section for Google Analytics until publishing the site. Then I would go in and uncomment the lines. This works if you do not forget to uncomment the lines in production. (This happened to me).
I decided that there had to be a better way to automatically do this. After searching the internet and pulling together prior knowledge of how an asp.net web site works I decided to use the web.config to help me. First add the following lines to your web.config production transformation file. (See here if you do not understand the transformation idea).Learn More
Last Updated on Saturday, 23 February 2013 01:37 Written by David Bauernschmidt Wednesday, 27 February 2013 12:00
I currently build and manage a pro-bono site for Greenwood Christian Academy where they have a lot of PDF documents. The users click on documents for enrollment, calendars, educational forms, health documents, etc. Just recently they also announced an event that offers sponsorships. The question that has come up lately is how to use Google Analytics to track how many people view the pdf documents and how many people click on the sponsor links. This may sound simple but then I realized that Google does not track counts for links that go away from the site or to pdf views. Not accepting this as failure, I started looking around and came across a “cool” feature that Google offers called ‘_trackEvent’. You can use this for a multitude of things but I believe this is what I need. The key is to realize that you need to attach something to the <a href> before the actual redirect. Since I always use the pdf and external links with a target=’_blank’ I decided to attach an event handler to the <a href>. The problem is this could take a while, especially if you have a lot of links and pdf. Thank goodness for jquery. I attached the code below as close to the end of the page as possible (preferably right before the </body>). This script attaches a click event to every <a href> if there is a target=’_blank’. I then determine if it is a pdf or just a “plain” link.Learn More
Last Updated on Saturday, 16 February 2013 11:36 Written by Mscott Sunday, 17 February 2013 12:00
Hello and welcome! In today’s blog I’ll show you how to use the “Google Search” module with your Dolphin 7.1 website. Before we begin, we need to install the module. A step by step guide on installing the Dolphin 7.1 base modules can be found here.
Once we have the module installed, we can modify the settings by clicking “Google Site Search” under the “Modules” menu on the left side of the admin area. Several options can be modified to select how the results appear.Learn More