Re: [CODE4LIB] Web analytics for POST data

2009-11-24 Thread Joel Marchesoni
To: CODE4LIB@LISTSERV.ND.EDU Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] Web analytics for POST data Alejandro Garza Gonzalez wrote: 1) You *can* use GA and some Javascript embedded in your III pages to log events (as they´re called in GA lingo). The javascript (depending on your coding wizardry level) could track

Re: [CODE4LIB] Web analytics for POST data

2009-11-24 Thread Alejandro Garza Gonzalez
To get around XSS you can use GET requests to your logging script, sending the data as arguments by one of two methods (maybe there are others?): * one way is to just get an Image by setting an image's SRC to your logging script. * another is to have an inline IFRAME where you also

Re: [CODE4LIB] Web analytics for POST data

2009-11-23 Thread Yitzchak Schaffer
Alejandro Garza Gonzalez wrote: 1) You *can* use GA and some Javascript embedded in your III pages to log events (as they´re called in GA lingo). The javascript (depending on your coding wizardry level) could track anything from hovers over elements, form submission, next page events, etc.

Re: [CODE4LIB] Web analytics for POST data

2009-11-20 Thread Alejandro Garza Gonzalez
I see two ways to do this: 1) You *can* use GA and some Javascript embedded in your III pages to log events (as they´re called in GA lingo). The javascript (depending on your coding wizardry level) could track anything from hovers over elements, form submission, next page events, etc. 2)

[CODE4LIB] Web analytics for POST data

2009-11-19 Thread Yitzchak Schaffer
Hello coders, I'm looking at tracking our III OPAC usage via a Google Analytics-like tool. As far as I can tell, GA itself doesn't track POST data for privacy reasons. Anyone here know of something for this? I found an open-source GA-like, on-your-own-server PHP project called Piwik