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  • i’ve been using extreme tracking for years and i like it, but recently i realized that its tracking code doesn’t conform to valid xhtml. i tried validating it and it messed up my tracking reports. does anyone else use their services? any ideas or recommendations on how to get around this, or is there another free tracking system out there that actually validates?
    thanks! 🙂

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  • Mark (podz)

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    Post your code here ?

    Mark (podz)

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    script type=”javascript1.2″
    Things like that need to look like this:
    <script type=”text/javascript”
    Check all your image tags end with />
    and also check that you have encoded values where the validator wants them it’s very picky at times…..
    If you post a link to the validator, it’s not too bad to work through the errors.

    that’s not the whole code. i don’t know why it’s not showing i already put everything in between backticks. anyway, the rest of my site is validated, i’m just stuck with that crap piece of code. i’ll give it another try at cleaning it up but if it messes up the tracker then i don’t know what to do. do you have any recommendations of good trackers out there?

    Mark (podz)

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    I can see the whole code remember 🙂
    And good trackers ? Depend what information you want. I’ve found DelyMyth’s stats plugin/hack to be very useful.
    http://wordpress.org/support/10/6092

    *smack* you’re a moderator!! haha.. 🙂
    my site validates now.. but like i predicted the tracker results got messed up.
    here’s the validated code:

    <!--validated-extremetracking-->
    <img src="http://t1.extreme-dm.com/i.gif" height="38" width="41" alt="" />
    <script type="text/javascript"><!--
    EXs=screen;EXw=EXs.width;navigator.appName!="Netscape"?
    EXb=EXs.colorDepth:EXb=EXs.pixelDepth;//-->
    </script>
    <script type="text/javascript"><!--
    EXd=document;EXw?"":EXw="na";EXb?"":EXb="na";
    EXd.write("<img src=\"http://u0.extreme-dm.com",
    "/0.gif?tag=kenbf&j=y&srw="+EXw+"&srb="+EXb+"&",
    "l="+escape(EXd.referrer)+"\" height=\"1\" width=\"1\">");//-->
    </script>
    <!--validated-extremetracking-->

    so there must be something internal with extreme tracker that requires that the code is intact.
    http://extreme-dm.com
    thanks for the lead, it’s nice, but actually i’m looking into whole site stats, not just wp.
    and thanks for the help! 🙂

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