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Analyzer II

Description

AT Internet uses the tagging method. The tag, which is a few lines JavaScript code, must be placed on each page you want to audit.
This tagging allows to integrate the tags on a different server than the one which hosts your site.

Composition of the tag generated by Analyzer II:

  • a variable for the level in the tree structure (xtnv = document; by default).
  • a variable for the data collection server (xtsd).
  • a variable for the site number (xtsite).
  • a variable for the level 2 (xtn2 = “”; by default).
  • a variable for the page name (xtpage).
  • a variable for the degree of importance (xtdi = “”; by default).
  • optional: an additional line which allows to activate the ClickZoneŽ functionality on your site.

Automatic naming of pages:

  • Posts blogs.

    If a post blog belongs to a category: xtpage=”posts_blogs::category-name::blog-post-name”.

    Or else: xtpage=”posts_blogs::blog-post-name”.

  • Static pages.

    xtpage=”static_page::page_name”.

  • Homepage.

    xtpage=”homepage::homepage”.

Installation

  1. Download the file into the plug-in folder (./wp-content/plugins/).
  2. Activate the plug-in in the ‘Extensions’ menu in WordPress.
  3. Configure the plug-in in the sub-menu ‘Analyzer II’, in the ‘Tools’ section:

FAQ

Can I use the Analyzer II plug-in if I use the XiTi free solution for my website?

No. You can use the Analyzer II plug-in only if you have the Analyzer II solution. This plug-in is not available for XiTi Free users.

Can I use the ClickZoneŽ functionality with this plug-in?

Yes. Activate or deactivate the ClickZoneŽ analysis via the checkboxes (for the homepage, posts and static pages) during the configuration of the plug-in.

Contributors & Developers

“Analyzer II” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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