Support » Plugin: Shortcodes Ultimate » [Plugin: Shortcodes Ultimate] How to use eventtracking within accordeon

  • Resolved Toni Jonkers

    (@toni-jonkers)


    Hi Ultimate Shortcode lovers.

    Q:
    We use the accordeon to create a simple FAQ.
    We want to use event tracking to measure customer interest.

    Will the code below work?

    [spoiler title=”<h4>Question</h4>”]
    Answer
    [/spoiler]

    Or will it conflict with the JS of the Plugin?
    Currently we are not able to test, due to the fact that GA is still being implemented.

    Also we do not have the JS skills to foresee and troubleshoot possible conflicts.

    If someone has previous experience with this and would be so kind to help us. It would be much appreciated.

    Regards,
    Toni Jonkers

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/shortcodes-ultimate/

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  • I see that the code is displayed properly.
    The code is:

    [spoiler title="
    <h4><a href="javascript:void(0)" onClick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'FAQ', 'Advertise', 'eenmalige-maandkosten',, false]);">question</a></h4>
    "]
    answer
    [/spoiler]

    hi did you ever get this resolved? I am trying to achieve the same thing. Thanks

    Plugin Author Vladimir Anokhin

    (@gn_themes)

    Hi,

    you can just hire js-coder and he will write for you code like this:

    jQuery(document).ready(function($) {
       $('.su-spoiler-title').on('click',function() {
          var title = $(this).text();
          _gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'FAQ', title, 'eenmalige-maandkosten',, false]);
       });
    });

    No need to use ugly markup. Make it right.

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