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Django app to capture, track and display site analytics

Project description

django-analytics
================

Django app to capture, track and display site analytics

Install
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pip install dj-analytics

Add to django configuration
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* Add `djanalytics` to `INSTALLED_APPS` in settings.py file.
* Run `manage.py migrate djanalytics` to create database tables.
* Create and configure at least one Client and Domain.
* In urls.py, include djanalytics urls. For example:

urlpatterns += patterns(
'',
(r'', include('djanalytics.urls'))
)

Use middleware
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In settings.py, add 'djanalytics.middleware.AnalyticsMiddleware' to the MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES setting
for your django project.

Capture using HTML
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var img_html = '<img src="http://dja_server.example.com/capture/' +
'?dja_id=[client uuid]' +
'&pth=' + escape(window.location.pathname) +
'&qs=' + escape(window.location.search.substr(window.location.search.indexOf('?')+1)) +
'&rf=' + escape(document.referrer) +
'" style="position:absolute; left: -999px"></img>";
document.write(img_html);

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