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A simple app to add the Piwik JS tracking code to your template.

Project Description

A simple app to add the Piwik JS tracking code to your template.

Requirements

  • Django

Installation

Using PyPI you can simply type into a terminal:

pip install django-piwik

or

easy_install django-piwik

Configuration

Add piwik to the list of INSTALLED_APPS in your settings.py file.

Also PIWIK_SITE_ID (e.g. 1) and PIWIK_URL (e.g. 'http://piwik.example.com/', please don’t forget the trailing slash!) are required.

In the template, put {% load piwik_tags %} to the top and add {% tracking_code %} before the </body> tag.

That’s it. Happy tracking!

Author

Copyright 2013 Raphael Jasjukaitis <webmaster@raphaa.de>

Released under the BSD license.

Release History

Release History

This version
History Node

0.1

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