Working With The Drupal Google Analytics Module. Google Analytics is the world's most popular tool to gain quality online insights.
Drupal offers a module to leverage its potential to the fullest. In this article, we will help you configure the Drupal Google Analytics module. The biggest advantage this module offers is that you don’t have to copy the tracking code to each page you wish to track. Pasting the Tracking ID in the module’s configuration page will be enough. The 2 screenshots below showcase the kind of data you can access once you are done aligning your Drupal site with Google Analytics. This article will help you configure Drupal Google Analytics to take you through such insights for your brand.
Creating a Google Analytics account and copying the Tracking ID 1. 2. 3. You will have to enter data for the following fields: Account Name: Type your company's name here.Website Name: You can either type in your website's URL (for example, mywebsite.com) or give it in plain words (MyWebsite). Display Inline Tooltips Using Taxonomy Tooltip Module In Drupal 7. Drupal Tutorial - Creating an embedded video or audio player for a link field. Link favicon formatter.
Overview adds a formatter to the link field that adds the host favicon to the front of the link.
It adds the favicon while still allowing you to choose, from the other formats, the format of the actual link. Features The module currently has 3 different ways of grabbing the favicons. Google shared service Getfavicon.appspot Builtin PHP scraper with local caching. The first 2 are web services while the built in scrapper is as the name suggests, a local PHP function that retrieves the favicon, stores it locally and keeps the file in it's original format which should not be a problem with modern browsers (as opposed to the web services that seem to convert to .png).
A use case of this module might be if users of your site are able to add links to their profiles on other sites, adding the favicon in front of each link makes each links destination more obvious. Requirements Link module Installation and usage: Link Click Count. Signup. Signup allows users to sign up (or register, as in register for a class) for nodes of any type.
Includes options for sending a notification email to a selected email address upon a new user signup (good for notifying event coordinators, etc.) and a confirmation email to users who sign up. Each of these options can be enabled and customized per node. When used on nodes that have a start time (with either a CCK date field or using the Event module), it can also send out reminder emails to all signups X days before the start of the event (per node setting) and auto-close event signups X hours before their start (general setting) providing that the site has properly configured regular cron runs. There are settings for restricting signups to selected roles and content types, and to place limits on the number of users that can signup for any given node.
Scheduler. Scheduler gives content editors the ability to schedule nodes to be published and unpublished at specified dates and times in the future.
Dates can be entered either as plain text or with calendar popups. In Drupal 6 and 7 to use calendar popups you need to install the Date Popup module, which is part of the Date module. In Drupal 8 this is built into Core. Scheduler for Drupal 8 We are actively developing the first 8.x release of Scheduler. Notes Please check if cron is running correctly if scheduler does not publish your scheduled nodes.Scheduler only does publishing and unpublishing of nodes. Credits Scheduler is the work of many people. Translations Translations to other languages than English can be found over there: Screencasts If you want a quick introduction to what Scheduler does, check out these nice screencasts: Online Appointment Scheduling. Skip to main content Signup/Login PurchasePath Appointments Online appointment scheduling from anywhere Schedule appointments through any channel—websites, email, phone, social media.
Online Appointment Scheduling Your customers can quickly Click-to-Schedule an appointment for an in-person meeting, phone consultation, or video teleconference. Schedule Appointments Through Any Channel Self-service scheduling is capable from any online touch point to convert a digital inquiry into a highly personalized in-person visit. Smart Matching Sophisticated algorithms provide intelligent matching, analyzing the unique requirements of each customer appointment request and assigning a sales associate with the skills and experience best suited to address the customer’s needs at the time of the customer visit or call.
Pooled Resource Management Maintain a dynamic inventory of associates, from a handful, to thousands across an entire enterprise. Schedule a Call With TimeTrade Configurable Business Rules. Drupal PM (Project Management) Drupal PM is the core package in a suite of project management tools, enabling tracking of work on each part of a project and/or task.
The tool is set up as a suite of modules, each providing a particular type of functionality: OrganizationsTeamsProjectsTasksTicketsTimetrackingsNotesExpenses Each module provides permissions to control the sharing of data with other Drupal users, and based on assignment of projects/tasks/tickets to particular users or teams. Drupal PM is fully integrated with core Drupal APIs, making it extensible using other modules such as views and token. Try a live demonstration of Drupal PM Resources Extensions System Requirements. Video 7.x-2.10 Video Series.