Cómo configurar el seguimiento de comercio electrónico - Ayuda de Analytics La función de seguimiento de comercio electrónico está disponible tanto para las propiedades de sitios web como para las de aplicaciones, pero antes debe habilitar dicha función en el nivel de vista. Un programador cualificado debe seguir las instrucciones de la Guía para programadores correspondientes al entorno que utiliza (consúltelas a continuación) a fin de llevar a cabo la configuración técnica adicional. Para que sus informes muestren datos de comercio electrónico debe configurar el seguimiento de comercio electrónico. Cómo habilitar el seguimiento de comercio electrónico Haga clic en Administrador en la barra de menús situada en la parte superior de cualquier página de Analytics. Consideraciones adicionales referentes a propiedades web Antes de establecer el seguimiento de comercio electrónico de una propiedad web, determine en primer lugar si también necesita instalar el seguimiento entre dominios. Cómo agregar el código de seguimiento de comercio electrónico
Adding Analytics to your AMP pages | Analytics for AMP Pages | Google Developers AMP is a way to build web pages for static content that render fast. AMP includes an amp-analytics element that allows you to track user interactions with AMP pages and it has built-in support for Google Analytics. To learn more about analytics for AMP pages see the amp-analytics reference. For general information about AMP see What Is AMP? on the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project site. For requirements and capabilities of the Google Analytics built-in support for AMP pages see Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) in the Google Analytics Help Center. Supported user interactions for Google Analytics amp-analytics is an extended component and must be explicitly included into the document as a custom element to use it. Add the amp-analytics element to the body of your page. <amp-analytics type="googleanalytics" id="analytics1"> ... The following trigger request values are supported for the Google Analytics configuration: Page tracking Event tracking Social interactions Extending googleanalytics
How to Contribute AMP Issues Please file any feedback you have about the actual project at the amphtml issue tracker. Documentation Issues For bugs or inconsistencies on this website, file a bug at the docs issue tracker instead. Contribute source code Want to help fix bugs or make AMP even faster? Please see the CONTRIBUTING file for information on contributing to the AMP Project, the DEVELOPING file for documentation on the AMP library internals, and hints on how to get started. Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) - Analytics Help Accelerated Mobile Pages require a different Analytics tag. Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is an open source page format for the mobile web that makes it possible for your pages to render near instantly on mobile devices. AMP (.amp.html) pages are similar to HTML pages and load in any browser. However, you cannot use analytics.js on Accelerated Mobile Pages, so a different Analytics tag is provided specifically for AMP. Analytics data collection is implemented as a layer on top of the Measurement Protocol. AMP Analytics supports the Analytics opt-out. Requirements To use Analytics on .amp.html pages, you must: Disclose how Analytics collects and uses data and offer users the opportunity to opt-out of Analytics. Capabilities and limitations AMP Analytics allows you to collect the following data: Analytics for AMP currently has more limited capabilities than standard Analytics; AMP capabilities will be added over time. AMP Analytics API
Verify your web tracking setup - Analytics Help There are a few ways you can check to see if the Google Analytics tracking code on your website is working. If you don’t think it's working correctly, review your set up, or try to set up the web tracking code again. It can take up to 24 hours for the Google Analytics servers to update after you make a change to your tracking code, so if you’ve recently completed or changed your set up, wait before you check to see if it’s working. Check the Tracking Status in your property In every web property in your Google Analytics account, you can see the Tracking Status, which tells you if your tracking code is working or not. Sign in to your Analytics account. Check your Real-Time reports With the Real-Time reports, you can monitor user activity as it happens. Sign in to your Analytics account. If you don’t see any data in your reports, check the date range to make sure you’re looking at today’s date. Install and use the Google Analytics Debugger extension (only for Chrome)
How Loading Time Affects Your Bottom Line Page loading time is obviously an important part of any website’s user experience. And many times we’ll let it slide to accommodate better aesthetic design, new nifty functionality or to add more content to web pages. Unfortunately, website visitors tend to care more about speed than all the bells and whistles we want to add to our websites. Additionally, page loading time is becoming a more important factor when it comes to search engine rankings. Next week we’ll post our complementary article: “Speed Is A Killer – Why Decreasing Page Load Time Can Drastically Increase Conversions” to elaborate more on this topic. View an enlarged version of this Infographic » Click here to download a .pdf version of this infographic.
20+ Reasons Your Google Analytics Pageviews Are Wrong By Sayf Sharif / January 13, 2016 If you came here, you may be in a situation where your pageviews in Google Analytics aren’t matching your expectations. Why are my pageviews wrong in Google Analytics? Sometimes the entire site’s pageviews are wrong. The heart of Google Analytics is the Pageview. The most basic default hit that gets sent automatically on the load of a page is the pageview. Yet, there are so many ways that you can get incorrect information, and it’s usually not the fault of Google, but someone else’s. Ready? 0. This doesn’t even deserve a number, but it does deserve a mention. 1. There’s lots of old code out there. 2. Along with old code, there are also old ways of implementing the code. 3. Dorcas mentions this in her post 5 Common Mistakes in Your Google Analytics Tracking Code. 4. Sometimes the code is on the page but it’s just wrong. 5. Too much of a good thing? 6. Custom code itself isn’t bad, but you can easily do bad things to it. 7. This is just generally dumb. 8.
15. Expression-Based Access Control Method security is a bit more complicated than a simple allow or deny rule. Spring Security 3.0 introduced some new annotations in order to allow comprehensive support for the use of expressions. 15.3.1 @Pre and @Post Annotations There are four annotations which support expression attributes to allow pre and post-invocation authorization checks and also to support filtering of submitted collection arguments or return values. They are @PreAuthorize, @PreFilter, @PostAuthorize and @PostFilter. Access Control using @PreAuthorize and @PostAuthorize The most obviously useful annotation is @PreAuthorize which decides whether a method can actually be invoked or not. @PreAuthorize("hasRole('ROLE_USER')") public void create(Contact contact); which means that access will only be allowed for users with the role "ROLE_USER". @PreAuthorize("hasPermission(#contact, 'admin')") public void deletePermission(Contact contact, Sid recipient, Permission permission); Filtering using @PreFilter and @PostFilter