I have an ASP.NET website set up, and I'm using Google Analytics for page tracking. The only thing I don't like is that I have to go away from my site (to the Google Analytics site) to see the report. Is there any way to show the Google Analytics data on my own site with all the AJAX that they have?
I have several pages, let's call them A, B and C. Each of these pages has a form where the user can type in some information and click a button to send those information to the server. This button click is performed in an UpdatePanel to prevent a full postback.
A customer of ours now wants to know how many % of the using visiting each site (A, B and C have different URLs) use this form. (Meaning I need seperate values for A, B and C) How to I track this in Google Analytics? It seems that I have to create a conversion(??) for each page. Is that correct?
How must I modify the existing web application to let Google Analytics know, that a user submitted the form. (without the need to redirect thank to xy amount of different thank you pages)
I want to integrate Google analytics in my asp.net mvc application. So im doing some R&D for it to find out which one is the better. I find out a Google Analytic Dashboard Controls which are available at
But they are server control and im not sure how to implement in asp.net mvc. Secondly can i implement asp.net charts in my asp.net mvc application?
What's the best way to get the Google Analytics ID from a database, and display it on a Master.Page? Maybe getting the page details (page title, etc) and displaying the GA code using a .net control? I am not sure what the best way to do it, as the GA ID would change for each of my clients.
I'm trying to track how many people are signed up and set up goal for Google Analytics. I use CreateUserWizard and I'm trying to set a goal when users reach coplete wizardstep section or when users finish createwizardstep1 (first signup page) CreateUserWizard has 3 steps. first sign up page, second optional page and finish page. I'm sure that I can separate optional info section and redirect different page after step1 but I would like to avoid that if possible.
I want to use Google Analytics on my asp.net website. My website have a masterpage that each page will use. So my idea is to put the GA code in the bottom of the masterpage and in that way get it included into all pages. Is that a good idea to get the tracking right? Or might there be any problems of using this way?
Another thing is that I need to track conversion for a goal that I have setup in GA. I need to see the funnel, the pages leading to the goal. The problem is that these pages are actually the steps of a asp.net wizard control. What is the best way to track each step of the wizard control as individual steps in GA to reach the goal?
I am using asp.net 3.5 with C#. I have registered my application in google analytics and it is successfully showing my statics. But I want to integrate that statics into my website, is their any way I can do it.
I want to find a place to put my Google Analytics code in my ASP.NET web application. I would like to place it somewhere once and not have to copy and paste the code into multiple files. Is there somewhere that I could inject it that I would only have to include it once and all pages would be effected? I am not using MasterPages unfortunately.
i have just register google/analytic. and it provide me a series of code to paste into my pages before the </body> tag. however, i am using masterpage for my webiste. therefore, may i know where should i paste the code to?
I have a simple intranet site. It has a role based authorization in the web.config file.
Any user's in a specific role called as "Apr-Sales-Writers" will be authorized to use those pages. If not, they will not be authorized. So far so good. Works fine. But we added additional functionality where a new active directory group (means new role) has to be added and user's belonging to this new AD group should be given access to only specific .aspx pages on the intranet site. I am using a web.sitemap and it looks like this.
If the user's belong to say AD group "Apr-Sales-Writers", they should access only default.aspx and salesData.aspx pages. User's belonging to new AD group (which I did not include in the web.config file below), should have access to other .aspx pages.
i am developing a site that composed of two parts. Admin and Web which way i must follow?
1- i will create a web site by MVC3 and create an area in it for admin.2- i will create two MVC project one of them will be Web other admin. and i will create two domain (mysite.com and admin.mysite.com)which way is professional.and i want to google must not index the admin site. how can i do this?
I want to implement web based chat as google , yahoo , msn , facebook implemented , can any one give idea about which path i have to start i have three ways to do the task which one i should go for is the confusion
1 . Web to Web using Asp.net Database driven approach (AJAX , jquery enabled)
I saw on the google when search "code project", some keywords and a text field and a button to search that google has generated for "code project" keyword also for "manchester university" in the same way.
How is it possible to show key words and text field/button for our website on google? As it shows for "code project" and "manchester university" etc.
visit google and search "manchester university" u'll see:
StudentNet Job Opportunities PostGraduate StaffNet etc.. and textfield/ and a button
I want this kind of result for my site from Google!!
My company uses Google Apps for our e-mail/business app provider. Every employee has an account here.I'm looking into creating an asp.net web app that would allow users to sign-in (using their Google Apps account) and then accomplish certain things (first goal: keep a current record of the employee's skillset).Before I get started, I wanted to find out if an OpenID login system using Google Apps is any more difficult than doing it the standard way, or if I need to be aware of any pitfalls.