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Note: This extension isn't currently turned on. The code needs to be modified to make it specific to OpenWetWare and not the private wikis.

         
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Google Analytics

Release status: stable

Implementation  User activity
Description Automatically inserts Google Analytics tracking code at the bottom of MediaWiki pages
Author(s)  Tim Laqua
Last Version  1.2 (08-26-2007)
MediaWiki  1.10+
License No license specified
Download MediaWiki SVN
Example  www.PoxWiki.com

This extension inserts Google Analytics tracking code in every MediaWiki page that is viewed. The extension excludes pages being viewed by users with 'protect' privileges (sysops) and users with 'bot' privileges (bots) to prevent pollution of the statistics.

Installation

  1. Create a new folder (directory) in the following location:
    wiki-install-folder/extensions/googleAnalytics
  2. Download the googleAnalytics.php file from SVN
  3. Copy googleAnalytics.php in to the new googleAnalytics folder
  4. Add the following code to your LocalSettings.php at the bottom
//Replace xxxxxxx-x with YOUR GoogleAnalytics UA number
$googleAnalytics = "UA-xxxxxxx-x";
 
//Set to true if you are using the Monobook skin (uses a Monobook-specific hook)
//This setting is ignored for MW 1.11+ (SkinAfterBottomScripts is used instead)
$googleAnalyticsMonobook = true;
 
require_once( "$IP/extensions/googleAnalytics/googleAnalytics.php" );

Usage

  1. Create a Google Analytics account
  2. Locate your UA number (found in the chunk of code that they provide you
    _uacct=UA-xxxxxxx-x
  3. Follow Installation Instructions
  4. Google Analytics stats should start populating within 24-48 hours.

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